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In response to the comments of Swicord et al., the use of high intensity external electromagnetic fields in the original paper is justified to allow the study of dynamical system response for a reasonable “signal to noise” ratio within the limited time scales amenable to molecular simulation. It is also stated that it is not our intention to correlate our work directly with lower-field intensities available either experimentally, industrially, or in communication devices: rather, our intention was that it may be reasonable to postulate that lower-field intensities could have biological impacts, when acting over much longer time scales.


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