Our exposure to various forms of electromagnetic pollution (electrosmog) is increasing and many believe that it is virtually impossible to live in a low electrosmog environment. Most people are concerned about living near cell phone towers without realizing that much of their exposure may be coming from wireless technology inside their home. We can do much to reduce our own exposure.
Marianna Hartsong recounts what happened to her after the utility in Sedona Arizona (APS) installed six “smart” meters on neighbors homes. Within a half hour after smart meters were installed her normally docile bees swarmed and dive bombed at her.
An epidemiological study comparing children in Denver who died of cancer from 1950 to 1973 with a control group of other children found that those who lived near electrical distribution lines were twice as likely to develop cancer as those who did not. A subsequent study, by other scientists who sought to eliminate what were seen as flaws in the first study, had nearly identical conclusions.
The downside of Wi-Fi in schools is showing up more and more in the press. Most of the children are affected biologically by the microwave radiation from the Wi-Fi routers, but only a few show symptoms right away.
Results from the Stetzerizer Filter Survey have been published! We are excited to bring you the results from a real life survey conducted earlier this year. Thank you to everyone who participated and shared your experience with the world!
Margie Rothwell was having serious problems with the electricity in her home. The power turned on and off for no apparent reason. The house fire alarm kept going off and the noises were scaring her dog.
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