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Here is an visual representation of the evil waves that envelope us.  They may look pretty but they are destroying health.

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By JONATHAN O’CALLAGHAN

A student has produced a series of vivid photographs that reveal what the networks that keep us connected to the web look like.

The images, created by Luis Hernan from Newcastle University, show spectres of Wi-Fi sweeping and swirling around in bright beams.

They were produced as part of Hernan’s Digital Ethereal project, which aims to bring the invisible world around us to life.

Newcastle University student Luis Hernan produced these photographs of the invisible wireless networks as part of his studies. Hernan, who is studying for a PhD in Architecture and Interactive Design, used self-designed equipment to create the images

Newcastle University student Luis Hernan produced these photographs of the invisible wireless networks as part of his studies. Hernan, who is studying for a PhD in Architecture and Interactive Design, used self-designed equipment to create the images

HOW THE PHOTOS WERE TAKEN

Student Luis Hernan created the photographs using a custom-made instrument designed to reveal them.

It scans continuously for…

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Biocides, drug resistance and microbial evolution

Volume 4, Issue 3, 1 June 2001, Pages 313–317

  • David G White
  • Patrick F McDermott
  • Office of Research, Center for Veterinary Medicine, US Food and Drug Administration, 8401 Muirkirk Road, Laurel, Maryland 20708, USA

Antimicrobial biocides are widely used in critical human health situations in which rigorous infection control is needed. Increasingly, biocidal agents are being marketed for home use, although there is little evidence that they significantly improve home hygiene. Biocide resistance mechanisms share many themes with antibiotic resistance mechanisms.

Read the Scientific Journal Full Text Here

David G White, Patrick F McDermott, Biocides, drug resistance and microbial evolution, Current Opinion in Microbiology, Volume 4, Issue 3, 1 June 2001, Pages 313-317, ISSN 1369-5274, 10.1016/S1369-5274(00)00209-5.
(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1369527400002095)
Keywords: biocide; efflux; antibiotic resistance; disinfectant; triclosan; evolution; dissemination

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