a reply to: NoConspiracy
Oh.. Theres no "probably" about it! I am definitely sensitive to EMF. When I was much younger, I thought I was super psychic until I started to reach
that questioning age (preteen/teen). When I actually explored it though, I found the vast majority of experiences were traced back to an EMF source
like a malfunctioning breaker box or even some VLF standing waves (not exactly EM..).
The tiny little percentage that couldnt be explained away still interest me to this day though.
I struggle to explain the feeling. Ive never felt anything more than low level anxiety in my life. After my first "seizure," where I was unconscious
for days, had a severed femoral head, broken ribs, etc.. I woke up, dragged myself to my phone (took hours and hours..), and called my dad to ask him
what day it was. I then proceeded to argue with him that I was fine, and absolutely did not need to go to the ER. I wasnt thinking clearly, obviously,
but during it all I never felt much more anxiety than "damn, this aint fun."
Due to this, as well as some of the stuff I used to work on (VERY sensitive electronics), I live in a faraday cage
The vague feeling Im describing didnt necessarily align with my mobile use either, other than when I actually set the phone in another room for a
while. Before that, it was just spikes and troughs.
And yes, now that you mention it.. The hand dust thing has indeed cleared up. Good catch on that NC. Perhaps noteworthy is that I still shock
I touch. Its been years of that, and to be honest, it made some of my work a huge, huge PITA. Every dog I know winces as they walk
up to me to get their scritches lol.. I give the best scritches on the planet though, so we deal with it.
@hopenot: Thats kinda where Im at. A lot of this isnt new for me, but that anxiety certainly is (well.. was). I could see the mass amounts of EM soup
we live in having negative effects. If thats the case though.. Then what? Most I could ever see happening is a move to wired over wireless, myself
@ManyMasks: Something like SPS fits in a lot of ways, though some.. not so much. I have no issues with loud noises, have an exceedingly high pain
threshold, etc. Actually, a lot of the descriptions are very, very much the opposite than how I am.
I think I know that "eeeeeee" noise you are talking about though. Cant say Ive noticed it get worse, but CRT TVs were always the worst for me.
Ive been pretty stringent about phone use lately, as well as turning off all wireless technology at night. Frankly, its made a huge difference. That
anxiety was part of it, but there were a lot of other things too. Tough to go into all of them, but its been a staggeringly positive change.
As someone who has worked directly with electronics A LOT (mostly low voltage), both as an end user and a creator, its been a bit tough to break
habits.. But worth it.