The ampere is the base unit of electrical current. The electric current indicates how many electrical loads are moved in a certain amount of time.
Fault rocks are breaks that can arise from movements in the ground. Earth and rock layers are moved from their original position by fault rocks, which in turn moves minerals and metals.
Electrosmog is a colloquial term for all emissions from electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields.
The faraday cage is an enclosure made out of a conductive material that acts as an electric shield.
A fault is a tear or fracture in rocks that moves two rocks or crusts by distances of a few centimeters to a few dozen or even a hundred kilometers.
Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time. It is a physical measurement that is important for describing periodic processes, such as vibrations.
Geobiology deals with cause studies and shielding technology for restoring and maintaining health.
A geopathy is a type of allergy or irritation when the body enters contact with a fault zone and vibrations.
Grids of energy-filled lines that encompass our Earth like longitudes and latitudes.
Grounding is an electrically conductive connection with the electric potential of the ground.