A leisurely scroll through Twitter led me to an intriguing Defense Intelligence Agency document, titled “Anomalous Acute and Subacute Field Effects on Human Biological Tissues.” Dated back to 2010, this engaging piece of research brought to light some fascinating insights about electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and their potential impacts on human health.

First off, let’s demystify what EMFs are. These energy forms are emitted by a wide range of sources – think cell phones, power lines, microwave ovens – things that form a routine part of our lives. What’s fascinating is how these EMFs interact with our bodies. They can cause a variety of effects, like generating heat in tissues, altering electrical charges, and interfering with the communication between our cells.

Despite our daily exposure to these fields, our grasp on their long-term effects on human health is still somewhat foggy. The document I found sheds some light on this aspect. It talks about exposure to EMFs leading to various immediate health effects, such as nausea, vomiting, headaches, and a sense of fatigue. These symptoms are typically fleeting and tend to dissipate once the exposure is halted.

However, there’s more. The report points out the existence of longer-lasting effects, something they term as ‘subacute.’ These impacts include memory loss, mood changes, and learning difficulties, which can persist even after the EMF exposure ends.

While delving into this report, two famous UFO encounters sprung to mind, primarily due to the striking similarity in health effects reported by the witnesses. Let’s dive into them.

The first is the Cash-Landrum Incident from 1980 in Texas. Betty Cash, Vickie Landrum, and Colby Landrum reported seeing an intensely bright and heated diamond-shaped object. Following this encounter, they complained of immediate health problems like nausea and generalized weakness – sounds familiar to what the report suggests, right? What’s even more concerning is that Betty Cash experienced lingering health issues, much like the ‘subacute’ effects the document mentions.

Another intriguing case is the Rendlesham Forest incident in the United Kingdom, involving several US Air Force personnel. These individuals reported a close encounter with a brilliantly lit, unidentified object. Similar to the Cash-Landrum Incident, they experienced immediate health issues synonymous with those linked to EMFs. Furthermore, some even reported persistent health problems that mirrored the long-lasting effects of EMF exposure.


The parallels between these UFO incidents and the reported effects of EMF exposure outlined in the Defense Intelligence Agency’s document are too conspicuous to ignore. Such a correlation paves the way for further investigation and a more comprehensive understanding of the full range of impacts EMFs can have on human health.

In the document’s concluding remarks, it stresses that the potential long-term health risks of EMF exposure, including a possible increase in cancer risks, are yet to be fully fathomed. It highlights the need for more exhaustive studies, longer observational periods, and stringent controls for other potentially influential factors.

When it comes to understanding the potential health risks associated with UFO encounters, such as those experienced in the Cash-Landrum and Rendlesham Forest incidents, it becomes crucial to understand the dynamics of EMFs and their impacts on our bodies.

In this constantly changing and mysterious universe, our mission at Breaking News Streams is to keep probing, keep questioning, and keep you informed. Our aim is to understand and share what’s hidden, what’s not understood, and what’s yet to be discovered, just as we did today, connecting EMFs, health effects, and historical UFO incidents.


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