A new report from a group of radiation experts are presenting results the cell phone companies will not like.
Rat Research Proves Cell phones cause tumors
Why were rats used to research cell phone effects?
The 2-year life span of a rat is equivalent to about a 70-year life span of a human, so by studying the biological response of a rat, we can cautiously predict how cell phone use for a lifetime may impact humans.
Why holding 900 million hertz frequencies to your brain may not be a great idea!
Dirty Electricity produces Electromagnetic Radiation. When you reduce or eliminate dirty electricity, you’re also reducing or eliminating electromagnetic radiation in your environment. You can lower EMF in 5 different ways. Continue reading →
Valentine’s Day – Oh the anticipation! We decorated boxes with hearts, ribbons, glitter and other beautiful things, and put them on our desks, awaiting the delivery, hopefully, of valentines from our friends and admirers. Even as adults we often feel lonely and isolated because we either don’t have a sweetheart, or the one we do have doesn’t show their love the way we’d like.
Instead of thinking about all the unmet expectations and sense of isolation this holiday often brings about, you can use this as an opportunity to spread love. How can you make this day not just romantic love, but actual heartfelt compassion for others and yourself? Continue reading →
If you have called your utility company about your Smart Meter, they will reassure you that data is only collected a few times per day. When asked if Smart Meters transmit RF (radio frequency) signals constantly, PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric) told customers that they just transmit intermittently. In fact, in their FAQ’s, they stated the signal only lasted 2 to 20 milliseconds, totaling only 45 seconds a day for each meter. The rest of the time the meter is silent.
Is that really true? 45 seconds isn’t much. And is the meter really just sitting there doing nothing, right? Continue reading →
Forbes Magazine recently published an article detailing the plan for using your smart meter as part of a supercomputer platform. Eric Frazier, co-founder of Hive Computing, Inc. has the idea that their technology could connect your smart meter to thousands of other smart meters for use as a supercomputer.
Your smart meter is essentially a cellphone that is only active about 1% of the time. Mr. Frazier proposes that the central processing unit in your meter could work as one cog in a supercomputer network that would out perform Amazon or Google by being used up to 12 hours each day.
Research on EMF and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity is a Game Changer
EHS Sufferers – Rejoice! Let us give thanks to an international team of researchers who have spent untold hours and thoughtful detective work to identify specific biomarkers in the blood that define and separate out 3 disabling conditions:
MCS (multiple chemical sensitivity)
EHS (electromagnetic sensitivity)
SRI (sensitivity-related illnesses).
The game has changed! It may be too soon to celebrate this awakening, but this puts EHS and MCS into the realm of hard science.
Growing numbers of people worldwide are reporting extremely disabling, multiorgan, non-specific symptoms after even small doses of electromagnetic radiation. How did the researchers unravel this mystery…. Continue reading →
Imagine driving on a country road at 6 in the morning, texting a friend, and wham, the next thing you know, you’ve sideswiped another car. When you look in your rear view mirror you are horrified to see that this car was T-boned by a truck, and now 2 people are dead. You’re not sure it’s your fault. It was a drizzly morning, and maybe the other guy just drifted over to your lane. What the heck happened? You don’t really remember a thing. Continue reading →