Ionization of the Air and Its Effect on the Living Organism
Hagemeyer, Henry Frederick, 1944-2016
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Much controversy has enveloped the research over the biological properties of air ions as the earlier investigators disagreed over whether or not these air ions could significantly influence life. Some of the earlier workers in the field performed poorly controlled experiments and often substituted observation and empiricism for their lack of scientific data. However, most researchers today generally agree that statistically significant variations in the physiological processes do occur when the organism lives in an ionized environment. This paper will attempt to correlate much of this work in the hope that future research in this field will be facilitated by such a comprehensive survey of the literature.