The cytoskeleton is an active evolving cell scaffolding that allows mechanical adaptation and electromagnetic communication, as well as a highway for transporting proteins.

Many textbooks still describe it as a nonresponsive dull scaffolding, but it is amazingly active.

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Human Electromagnetic Field III

Human Electromagnetism: Frontiers and Theories

A brief selection and description of missing parts of the puzzle regarding human electromagnetism theories.

The Human Electromagnetic Field – II

Revision of the main organs and systems of the human body that create electromagnetic forces, such as the heart, the brain, and the gut.
Living Matrix

The Living Matrix

Cells communicate and send signals along the cytoskeleton, crossing the cell membrane and reaching any part of the body through the connective tissue.
Electromagnetic Human Field Feature

The Human Electromagnetic Field – I

Basic principles of how the human body creates electricity, communicates with it, and emits a corresponding magnetic field.