posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 10:43 PM
I have read about a half dozen studies of the interaction of WIFI signals with sleep. All show it has some effect if the Wifi source is halfway close
by. The way people responded to the Wifi was different, but there was usually some differences. Also transformers interact with sleep. Most things
nowadays have transformers to reduce the voltage. Even wiring in the walls can effect sleep, especially if there is a draw on the line.
There is no study that showed there was no effect. Every one showed that the signals interacted with the brain. The only thing that was in question
is whether it was harmful in anyway. Most studies concluded it was not that harmful.
There have already been many studies on this so getting someone to fund a study would be pretty hard. You would have to show that it actually hurt
someone and that is pretty hard to do.
Good job doing the experiment, more people should test things on themselves to find out how stuff effects them. Evaluating the results can be a
little more complicated than people think though, I have been testing on myself for a long time now, since I got the Alchemy books around seven or
eight years ago. Unless you do this, you cannot even comprehend the difference. My tinnitis I acquired from the TLE is nonexistant in the woods
where it is quiet. None of the noises out there trigger it, not even the chainsaw running or people talking. I also do not have it in the car as
much as in the houses, businesses, and the garage meaning the sound is being heard from something. It is really bad around flourescent
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