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  1. The invention of television or a succession of discoveries
    1. The discoveries that introduced the invention of television
    2. The birth of the term "television"
    3. From the mechanical television (1925-1931) to the electric television (1932-1945)
  2. Television in the footsteps of players like the radio
    1. The FCC and Congress: state control
    2. The networks: diffusion
    3. U.S. companies: financing
  3. Television and the American public
    1. Television proved to the Americans
    2. The placing of television sets on the market
    3. Programs
  4. Conclusion

Today, the growth of technological innovations in tele-communication networks has enhanced the information exchange and these networks have become increasingly "wireless". The development of these new networks exposes us to radiation and artificially created fields from televisions, radios, mobiles and wireless internet.

Some users find this phenomenon worrisome and question the impact of electromagnetic waves on their health. There is evidence that electromagnetic waves have a biological effect on our body. By 'biological effect' we mean a noticeable change on the electrically charged particles of the human body. These changes are based on the frequency of the electromagnetic field which we are subject to.

In this paper we will explore these biological consequences. A College of Experts have studied the issue in order to determine potential risks. Furthermore, the European authorities have established legislations on this subject in order to limit the risks and hazards.

Today, the growth of technological innovations intele communication networks has enhanced the information exchange and these networks have become increasingly "wireless". The development of these new networks exposes us to radiation and artificially created fields from televisions, radios, mobiles and wireless internet.
Some users find this phenomenon worrisome and question the impact of electromagnetic waves on their health. There is evidence that electromagnetic waves have a biological effect on our body. By a biological effect we mean a noticeable change on the electrically charged particles of the human body. These changes are based on the frequency of the electromagnetic field which we are subject to.
In this paper we explore these biological consequences. A College of Experts have studied the issue in order to determine potential risks. Furthermore, the European authorities have established legislations on this subject in order to limit the risks and hazards.
We are thus led to ask the question of whether the regulations set up by the EU to protect health is satisfactory?

This paper begins by presenting the conclusions of experts on the dangers associated with exposure to electromagnetic waves. At what percentage do they have a significant impact on health? It looks at the current legislations set up by the EU to minimize these risks.
Studies have proven that most of the electromagnetic waves are very weak and therefore cannot penetrate the body. But the waves from a microwave oven can be conveyed can penetrate the body.

The antennas are also a source of problems such as fatigue and insomnia. Some people even have difficulty in concentrating. According to a German doctor Gert Oberfeld cancer risks are multiplied if one is in a radius of 200 meters of these around these antennas.
WiFi internet uses the same frequency as a microwave does but these are much less powerful. It has been scientifically proven that if one is in close contact with a wireless access point for one year, we will absorb the same amount of electromagnetic waves as we would if we were on a phone for twenty minutes.

Many countries all over the world are trying to emulate the European Union's legislations on the restrictions on electromagnetic waves.

Thus, we are led to ask the question of whether the regulations set up by the EU to protect health are satisfactory?
This paper begins by presenting the conclusions of experts on the dangers associated with exposure to electromagnetic waves. At what percentage do they have a significant impact on health? Then we also take a look at the current legislations that have been set up by the EU to minimize these risks.

Studies have proven that most of the electromagnetic waves are very weak and therefore, cannot penetrate the body. But the waves from a microwave oven can be conveyed can penetrate the body.

The antennas also cause effects like fatigue and insomnia. Some people even have difficulty in concentrating. According to a German doctor Gert Oberfeld cancer risks are multiplied if one is in a 200 meter radius of these antennas.
WiFi internet uses the same frequency as a microwave does but these are much less powerful. It has been scientifically proven that if one is in close contact with a wireless access point for one year, we will absorb the same amount of electromagnetic waves as we would if we were on a phone for twenty minutes.

Many countries all over the world are trying to emulate the European Union's legislations on the restrictions to lessen the effects of these electromagnetic waves.

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