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have had three "analog meters" replacing an "analog meter with a stealth transmitter". all three analog meters have RF frequencies 30 times of the bioinitiatve report. body wants a non electrical meter. what is i the process. thank you.
How can one protect him/herself from dirty electricity in an RV or Campervan with solar on the rooftop powering a battery bank inside?
Ask yourself these questions:
- Is it measurable? Can I measure what this device is doing? Does it measurably affect fields or emissions put out by other devices? Does it reduce anything?
- Is there real (quality) science behind it? (eg. independent studies - not done by a paid company/consultants/lab; published in respected peer-reviewed publications; double-blind human studies OR studies done on animals; repeatable/repeated)
Examples of Highly Questionable "Protection" ProductsAn example of these products are things like Earth Calm or (Earthcalm). We have not seen any measurements that show Earthcalm does anything. We haven't seen any measurements that show it produces or puts anything out, or that it counteracts anything that is put out by other devices. We also have not seen any real science behind it. If you have - you are welcome to post it as a reply to this topic. Here is one video that opens up an Earthcalm device (we are not affiliated with the video or video maker):
Other examples are Q-Link or QLink, TotalShield or Total Shield or Total EMF Shield, Aulterra, BioPro, Orgone, Orgonite, Safe Space, and many others. In fact, there are so many things like this out there we cannot name them all. So please carefully apply the above questions when looking at EMF protection.
Sham EMF Products that Plug-InWhat's also interesting, is some of these companies now make a plug-in device that goes into outlets. No doubt they are taking advantage of the success of the Stetzerizer Filters - which actually measurably reduce high frequencies on the lines - and hope that people will think their product is somehow comparable. But they are not. They are not a filter - like in the video above they appear to be a complete scam.
Real EMF Protection - Measurable ImprovementAt ElectraHealth.com - our goal is to measurably reduce EMF exposure. We have had customers that say products like the ones listed above have helped. We have also had customers that say products like Earthcalm or TotalShield made them feel worse, that it definitely did "something" but they didn't like it. So, perhaps some of these products ARE doing something - but some could simply be cheap pieces of plastic sold to you at extremely high markup. It could also be purely psychosomatic. That is why we do NOT recommend or endorse any of these types of products.
What are other experts saying on this topic?
http://createhealthyhomes.com/cellphone_chips.php - Oram Miller, Certified Building Biologist
http://www.electricsense.com/6648/emf-protection-scams-chips-diodes-neutralizers-pendants-amulets/ Lloyd Burrell, Author - ElectricSense.com
Hello everyone. I have just been exposed to the world of and health concerns of EMF’s and RF signals.
Long story short, my wife has recent health issues that has revealed her diagnosis with RA. When have since discovered EMF issues in our home and RF issues at her work place.
This lead me to purchase my own Safe and Sound Pro 2 so I can monitor our environment more often.
My local contractors are not the most reliable people so I’d like to understand more about identifying and understanding how to read my meter before calling someone in.
Can someone point me to a solid resource to help me determine if my readings I’m getting are of concern or not.
The video from Safe Living Technology states that you should only pay attention to the peak and max numbers because the average numbers are diminished.
With that being said, if my peak number reads 1,000 uW/m2 but my average is 40 uW/m2, I should be alarmed?
Hello. My gas meter is not a smart meter, but it has a transponder built into it for remote reading. Is this as dangerous as a smart meter? It is outside my bedroom. I thought it was analog because it looks like an old analog meter. I recently called my gas company to see how it is read and was told about the transponder. I can see the battery in it when I look carefully. They can remove the transponder for a monthly fee. Is this the best course of action?
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