|MadSci Network: Biophysics|
Dear Chris Figueredo, I'm sorry for not responding to your question until now. My work schedule has been rather hectic. Your inquiry into the body's electromagnetic signature is intriguing. To my knowledge no one has attempted to measure the "whole body." There's a huge amount of information on mapping the electrical potentials in the body from single nucleoli to large structures in the brain. To be perfectly honest, this is not exactly my area of expertise, but I can point you in the right direction. Go to your local medical school library and look in the Radiology Section for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) or PTSCAN (positronic topography scanning). These topics deal with shooting radiowaves through your body and looking at structures internally with high resolution. I'm sure someone has investigated whole body electromagnetic signals in some respect. Good luck. Fred Moore.
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