a reply to: anglodemonicmatrix
I'm reviving this thread to discuss a relevant and related issue: How to block unwanted WiFi and mobile signals.
I live in an apartment complex just across from a condo complex that has been sprouting satellite dishes on their roofs, pointed in all directions.
(I thought all/most entertainment satellites were in an equatorial orbit ONLY?) And I spend my days now with constant headaches, varying to one
degree or another.
Whether this is deliberate psychotronic-weaponry, or (most likely) just more more people abandoning cable for satellite programming, there are some of
us who seem to be more sensitive to electronic signals than others. So what can we do?
72 YEAR OLD GRANDMA BLOCKS WIFI AND MOBILE SIGNALS FROM HER HOUSE WITH SPECIAL PAINT
"Up to this day, evidence is not clear as to whether serious health issues stem from the signals wireless devices send out. However, 72-year-old
grandmother Stefanie Russell isn’t taking any chances. She paid out £4,000 ($6,412) to specialists to paint her home in anti-radiation paint, in
hopes of blocking harmful WiFi and mobile phone signals, reports the Brighton Argus.
"According to Russell, who resides in the UK, she suffers from electro-sensitivity, a medical impairment that causes headaches. The pain is so harsh
that she can’t take the bus due to the sheer number of mobile devices used onboard.
(2011) WEST VIRGINIA BECOMES HAVEN TO PEOPLE SENSITIVE TO WIRELESS CELL SIGNALS
"According to a story covered by the BBC earlier this week, an estimated five percent of Americans are suffering from EHS (Electromagnetic
Hypersensitivity) and suffer from symptoms like headaches, muscle twitching, skin burning and constant pain due to electromagnetic fields created by
devices such as computers and mobile phones.
"While the medical community is still debating the validity of EHS, this hasn’t stopped people from flocking to Green Bank, West Virginia, an
extremely small town located in the Allegheny Mountains. Green Bank is safe to live within for EHS victims as it is located within US Radio Quiet
Zone, an area that bans wireless signals to prevent interference with several radio telescopes in the vicinity. The radio telescopes are owned by the
National Radio Astronomy Observatory as well as the U.S. military for use in the spy network."
(2012) FRENCH COMPANY DEVELOPING WALLPAPER THAT BLOCKS WIFI AND MOBILE SIGNALS
"Developed by Grenoble INP Phd student Fabien De Barros and the Centre Technique du Papier, it uses a printed pattern of conductive silver ink that
filters out specific frequencies such as the 0.9, 1.8 and 2.1 GHz of mobile phone signals or the 2.45 and 5.5 GHz of Wifi.
"However, the filters allow other waves such as FM radio or TV to pass through.
"The researchers said it could also help improve sound-proofing and would be used either as backing paper or as wallpaper but could also be used as
part of floor-coverings or plasterboard."
(2010) CHICKEN WIRE BLOCKS WIFI
"The Wall Street Journal reports that chicken wire can act as a “Faraday cage” and block wireless signals from entering a room."
(NOTE: I'm not to the chicken-wire stage just yet, but inexpensive paint or wallpaper may be do-able.)