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So in September 2008, he bought the home on Barela Street, a few blocks from the newly redeveloped downtown rail yard here.
But last October, when a friend of his rented a house on the next block that backed up to Firstenberg's property, the familiar waves of nausea, vertigo, body aches, dizziness, heart arrhythmia and insomnia returned -- all, he says, because she was using an iPhone, a laptop computer, a wireless router and dimmer switches.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), also electrohypersensitivity or electrical sensitivity (ES) refers to claims of adverse medical symptoms purportedly caused by exposure to electromagnetic fields. Although effects of electromagnetic fields on the body are established, self-described sufferers of electromagnetic hypersensitivity report responding to non-ionizing electromagnetic fields (or electromagnetic radiation) at intensities well below the limits permitted by international radiation safety standards. The majority of provocation trials to date have found that self-described sufferers of electromagnetic hypersensitivity are unable to distinguish between exposure to real and sham electromagnetic fields, and it is not recognized as a medical condition by the medical or scientific communities.
The WHO and a number of other public health organizations have concluded that there is no significant evidence that exposure to EMF causes any of the symptoms associated with EHS. The following is a list of additional articles, web sites, and blogs which deal with the issue of electrohypersensitivity or EHS. The list includes a brief description of the materials that are referenced. All of these materials arrive at the same conclusion.
Originally posted by Mr. jack
reply to post by Firefly_
In the mean time, I think the best measure one can do now, and I am giving someone the idea to do this, is to make a personal RF jammer for people to use. Affecting an area confined to their person as to not affect anyone else. With the culprit frequencies jammed, they shouldn't have discomfort so long as that solution doesn't bring a new host of problems.
Which it likely would because many jammers run on that same EM Spectrum.. Thus the dilemma in our technology today.
WFi Jammers and Bluetooth Jammers–A Wifi Jammer is designed to block wireless land networks and bluetooth connections. The wifi/bluetooth jammer transmit electronic waves in 2.4~5.9GHz, and cut-off all Wireless network and bluetooth communications.
Originally posted by saturnine_sweet
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
.....Peer reviewed literature is not remotely objective, as the AGW scandal showed.....