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.
After years of listening to cellular phone companies assure us that WiFi and cell phone transmission is safe, why did Lloyds of London, a company who will take risks when other insurers won’t exclude EMF injuries? Are they expecting an avalanche of health claims related to EMF?
What Does Lloyd’s of London Know that We don’t know?
EMF is making changes inside your body and your DNA – even if you don’t feel a thing!
Your cells and DNA are constantly being bombarded by frequencies that run the gamut from low-level frequencies to microwaves. Yep, you read correctly, microwaves. Did you know that WiFi signals are actually microwaves? Electrical frequencies come from anything that plugs in or has a battery – including wiring, appliances, smartphones, laptops, tablets, computers, equipment, cell towers, power lines, even your baby monitor.
Have you ever wondered what all that electromagnetic radiation is really doing to your body?
What happens to your body that could cause you to suddenly find it intolerable to be around EMF, WiFi and other technologies?