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Hi Marko! An interesting question, but I'm like a wary fish - I'm not going to take the bait unless I know more about it, and know there's no hook buried inside the worm! Seriously, while your question is a good one and I am tempted to answer it now, I would have to make many assumptions; which may be right or totally wrong. So, rather than do that, I'll ask you some pertinent questions: 1. What is the transmission medium - is it copper wire, fibre optic cable, R.F., microwave, or what? 2. What is the nature of the electromagnetic field - is it static Gaussian, dynamic Gaussian, light, R.F., x-ray, or what? 3. What is the relationship of the frequency(ies) of the data and the EMF - for example: is the data being transmitted at 1MBPS and the EMF occuring at only 100 Hz?. 4. What is the relative strength of the data as compared to the EMF - for example: data is +5V to 0V, and the EMF is .006W/cm2? If you would like to e-submit your question with the answers to these questions, I'm sure they will route it back to me, or you could contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org . Looking forward to hearing back from you, Your not-so-mad (or gullible!) scientist, Karl Kolbus
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