@cupofcoffey I just watched your video from a few years ago where you and Bob discuss your hypotheses about PEMF mechanisms. I found it very interesting. I’ve had similar thoughts myself about PEMF and also previously about acupuncture, which I began to practice in the early 1990s.
Are you familiar with Michael Levin’s work on bioelectricity. He’s been doing some really interesting work at Tufts University for the past 20 years. He has dual backgrounds in both computer science and biology.
In this article, he discusses the electrodynamic theory of life that was developed by Harold Burr and his colleagues during the early to mid 20th century. After hearing your thought process, I thought this might be another piece of the puzzle.
Here’s a complete list of his published papers. He also does a lot of podcast episodes, because he likes having discussions with other scientists and thoughtful people that he would not normally interact with. You can just search for him and the keyword bioelectricity on your favorite podcast platform.