What do Foxes and Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Have in Common?
What Foxes Can Tell us about Electromagnetic Fields
Imagine acres of frozen white, and suddenly a fox diving headlong into a blanket of snow. Hidden under the 3 feet of snow, a field mouse snuggles warm and cozy, safe and protected. Unless the fox is diving using the magnetic compass that all animals use for navigation. It turns out that the red fox is most successful in hunting when using the earth’s magnetic field.
Researchers recorded 592 jumps, and found that when the fox used the North-South axis, jumping from the north, they were successful in 3 out6 of 4 jumps! When they pointed in any other direction, they came up with no mouse in their mouth more than 80% of the time.
At Bioelectric Shield, we know The dangers of electromagnetic fields (EMF) which can come from a variety of sources. Things like laptop radiation effects, microwave ovens, and, of course, the ever-increasing prevalence of cordless and cell phone radiation. In fact, more than 190 scientists from 40 countries called on the U.N. and the World Health Organization (WHO) for greater protection against non-ionizing radiation just last May. Continue reading
For some reason, people only ever think about the dangers of radiation when there is a large nuclear disaster. In the panic that surrounds those tragedies, however, we often forget about the radiation surrounding and harming us every single day in the form of electromagnetic fields. This is radiation emitted from laptops, cell phones, TVs, microwaves, and any other type of technology sending or receiving a signal.
In recent years, a new illness called electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) had been making headlines. With more people suffering from the condition every year, the fight to have it recognized by the World Health Organization is getting more hopeful. Recent court cases decided around the world in favor of those suffering from EHS has given the condition more recognition and legitimacy. Read on for what you need to know about EHS. Continue reading
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity is becoming common enough that court battles are being won by the claimant instead of being tossed out as “all in your head” scenarios. On August 27, 2015, a French court in Toulouse awarded Marine Richard, a disability payment of approximately $900 a month for 3 years because she cannot be around any form of electromagnetic radiation without becoming ill. She now lives in a remote area of SW France in a barn with no electricity.