The volt defines the tension of an electric line.
The tension in the power line (copper) defines the number of amperes that can be transported and almost builds the framework for transmission. The higher the tension, the further the current can be transported. A comparison with a water hose: volts here are the water pressure or flow speed, and the amperes here are the amount of water that is being transported.
Like amperes, volts belong to the electromagnetic field that always arises as long as a line transports current. These fields are categorized as low-frequency.
Volt in geobiology and in practice
Geobiology deals with the power situation when analyzing electrosmog, and consequently, with volts. Tension fields that are in the walls, boxes, and on the bed because of existing power lines are measured in volts per meter. These tension fields affect people and interrupt the communication between the brain and the cells, which disturbs recovery that is so important to the body. The consequences of this are health problems.
You can very easily get protection from existing tension fields with the Vitalklick mains disconnector or with grounding from the T98 Alpha shielding paint or GPA shielding mesh.
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