ELECTROSMOG Research has established that our bodies communicate first bio-electrically and then bio-chemically (Lipton, 2008).In nature there are many electromagnetic fields that have no adverse effect on our bodies, That is because natural fields are either temporally constant (same frequency) or spatially constant (same shape), but not both. On the other hand, manmade signals by necessity for communication are both temporally and spatially constant. According to Dr. Carlo, with prolonged exposure, these constant signals can cause the protein vibratory receptors located on our cell membranes to go into resonance (Carlo, George, 2009).Once in resonance, the cell must determine whether the “signal” is a biological communication or a foreign invader. If the latter, as is the case with all man-made signals, then the cell will react by going into sympathetic lock in order to protect the cell from this perceived invasion. Sympathetic lock prevents the cell from taking in nutrition and releasing toxins.It is well-established that exposure to any abnormal electromagnetic field produces a stress response. If the exposure is prolonged, the stress-response system becomes exhausted, and the competency of the immune system declines to below normal. In such a state, animals and humans are more susceptible to cancer and infectious diseases (Becker, 1990).Electromagnetic smog literally covers humanity with an invisible electromagnetic cap , which becomes denser and more dangerous.Note that though the discussion here is about healthy cells, other cells within our bodies, such as viruses and bacteria, will also respond as if under attack and proliferate in order to survive.