Lisa Tully, PhD.

Energy Medicine Research Institute (EMRI)

Aulterra Reverses Slow Cortical Potential Variability Induced by a Cell Phone

Principal Investigator: Lisa Tully, PhD, Energy Medicine Research Institute (EMRI)
Boulder, CO, 80304. Co-investigators: Berney Williams, PhD, Professor of Holos
University Graduate Seminary in Fairgrove, MS and Dean of Graduate Studies at the
Energy Medicine University, Sausalito, CA., Director of development at the College of
Integrative Medicine, Eudora, KS and President of the Center for Environmental Energy
Medicine Studies, Lawrence, KS and Ann Trechak, BSc., Designs for Health

Introduction

Recent media coverage of the link between cell phone use and brain cancer and other
scientific literature indicates that health concerns over cell phone use need to be
addressed. Of note is the recent statement from the Director of the University of
Pittsburg Cancer Institute, who issued a warning to 3000 faculty and staff about the
possible health risks associated with cell phone use. The advisory recommends measures
to limit exposure and warns that children are likely to be more sensitive and should not
use cell phones except for emergencies.

Products that claim to protect cell phone users from harm are proliferating. Only a few of
these products have undergone testing to determine their efficacy and the testing that has
been done is minimal and not convincing. Considering the potential implications on
health, products that shield individuals from damaging effects of cell phones need to be
identified. This is especially important since we have almost 200 million cell phone
users in the United States and a growing percentage of these are children who are likely
to be much more sensitive to the radiation.

The purpose of this study was to assess the effectiveness of Aulterra in reducing negative
effects of cell phone use on brain wave activity. The SCP has been called the startle
response of the brain and it is involved in epilepsy and migraines. Slow cortical
potentials (SCP) are slow event-related direct-current shifts of the EEG and changes in
SCP reflect cortical brain cell excitation threshold, which is why SCP variance was
chosen to test the effectiveness of Aulterra. In a project by the EMRI to evaluate the
effectiveness of various cell phone protectors, variance of the SCP has been identified as
an accurate test for deleterious affects of cell phones on the body. The Sanyo cell phone
used in this study produced an increase in the variance of the slow cortical potential
(SCP), which was reversed by Aulterra. These results demonstrate that Aulterra inhibits
the harmful effects on brain wave activity induced by cell phones.

Methods
Electroencephalogram (EEG) measurements were recorded with two channels, one each
on the parietal and occipital lobes and the variance of the slow cortical potentials (SCP)
was used to determine the effectiveness of Aulterra. Data was collected on healthy
subjects not on medications. All data was collected using the Nexus-10
Psychophysiological Monitoring System (research grade), Stens Corporation. All testing
and data analysis was performed by the Energy Medicine Research Institute, founder Lisa
Tully, PhD. Preliminary testing was performed to establish testing parameters. For each
test, a baseline measurement was taken, followed by a measurement after the subject used
a Sanyo cell phone (model SCP6200, SAR rating 1.459) for five minutes. A
measurement was taken 15 minutes later to reestablish a baseline before a measurement
was taken after the subject used the cell phone for five minutes with Aulterra attached.

Results

Interestingly, there was a pattern of non-responders and responders to the effects of the
cell phone on SCP variance. For the responders, the results with Aulterra on the SCP
variance were significant. The cell phone caused a large increase in variance, which was
reduced by Aulterra. Figures 1 and 2 show the results of testing.

Figure 1. Aulterra Reduces Slow Cortical Potential Variability Changes Induced by a
Cell Phone.

The variance of the slow cortical potential, measured by an EEG, is significantly
increased from the baseline measurement by using a cell phone and this increase is
reversed after using a cell phone with the Aulterra attached.

Figure 2. Aulterra Reduces Slow Cortical Potential Variability Changes Induced by a
Cell Phone (second subject).

The variance of the slow cortical potential, measured by an EEG, is significantly
increased from the baseline measurement by using a cell phone and this increase is
reversed after using a cell phone with the Aulterra attached.

Discussion

Based on the results of this study, variance of SCP can be a useful test for the
effectiveness of cell phone protectors. The results demonstrate that Aulterra completely
reverses the effects on brain wave activity induced by cell phones. These results are quite
dramatic and show the complete effectiveness of Aulterra in preventing deleterious
effects of cell phones on the brain.

Lisa Tully, PhD.

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