Electromagnetic waves


The emergence of waves by scientists caused a new event in our lives.

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz was a 19th-century German scientist and discoverer of electromagnetic waves, known as the pioneer of the age of radio communication. From a scientific point of view, waves can be defined as: any disturbance that is created within an environment and moves from one place to another is called a wave. Waves are formed by the vibration of an object or substance that can transmit a wave. For example, you can make a wave with a vibration at the end of the rope with which you play.

Waves are around us in different forms: sound waves, rope waves, radio waves, visible light waves, water waves, microwaves, sine waves, periodic waves, earthquake waves, cosine waves, etc.

All waves appear from a turbulence in the environment. For example, when you throw a rock into the water or a boat moves on the water, waves form in the water.

Waves have had a significant impact on human life and advances in technology.

If it weren't for the waves, you wouldn't be able to use your radio, television and cell phone. At the same time, these waves also bring dangers to humans.

One of the most dangerous waves is the electromagnetic waves that have directly affected human life to this day. We all have cell phones, but we do not pay attention to the dangers and destructive effects that electromagnetic waves have on our bodies to connect to cellular internet.

Consequently, it should be said that a wide range of environmental impacts caused biological effects on humans, but these effects do not simply mean danger.



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