reply to post by Dystopiaphiliac
Actually i choose to drive a car with a 5 star ncap safety rating, i dont drink and drive or drive tired or drug drive or smoke and drive or drive
using a mobile phone or eat or drink while driving.
When it comes to managing the risk of getting from a to b its very different from managing the risk from ingesting toxic carcinogens on a regular
basis, one is dangerous and it is possible to have pretty much all the unadulterated facts with which to make a decision, and the other with no loss
of "quality" of life i can live without.
And of course, if you trust your microwave so much, put wheels on it and drive that to work.
And why does my belief that reducing my toxic risk by not using a microwave, have anything to do with the altogether different risk of driving a
Prove to me that i as an individual with my particular genetic make up, reaction times, abilities. have more risk from dying in a car accident than
from the compound effects of long term continual exposure to toxins and irreparably damaged DNA (which will be making expressions of itself,
regularly) in the average lifetime.
Driving is a calculated risk based on a large number of factors, some of which are beyond your control and you accept that because it is beyond your
control and an act of fate in waiting, for instance as a learner driver with my parents in the car i came round a bend to find someone coming head on
at me doing 60+ mph overtaking on the wrong side of the road, i was doing around 45mph, closure rate of 100+mph distance to collision around
150-180feet, i sped up slightly and managed to get to a bus stop that i swung the car into and braked hard, and pulled back onto the road. closest we
came was around 5-8 feet away head on, im a learner driver and the first thing my mum said was "Thank god you were driving i would have panicked". i
also had checked my rear view mirror i dont know what i would have done if another car was right behind me, could you move out of an oncoming cars way
to let the car behind you get hit?. (that's another story)
Calculated risks based on all the information you have available, i feel i do not have all the information required for me to make a safe informed
decision, i do not have a mobile phone either and i use the electrical circuitry in my house for Ethernet to my router, rather than the N band dongle
and wireless capability because i do not trust the information available as being unbiased, based on personal experience.
It will be a number of years before the incidences of brain cancer can be qualified to see whether there are negative health affects involved with
To be honest here are some things i noticed before when i was using a mobile phone for extended periods, the side of the head that you naturally
favour after a while had a numb/dull feeling around the ear that extended into the skull sometimes this was coupled with an elevated/excitable state
for no good reason.
When using wi-fi and being close to a Microwave EM transmitter for long periods after a few days i would experience a brain fog, joint aches and
pains, headaches, disturbed sleep, a feeling of being very thirsty during the night so much so that it would wake me up, this also caused a listless
and disturbed nights sleep that was not recuperative or restful.
This was those nights when the WIFi had been left on all night and forgotten to be switched off.
Sometimes flu like symptoms, runny eyes, bunged up head, a lack of motivation, irritability.
They were the symptoms that followed me around day into day varying in intensity, the headaches were the worst and often left you wondering why you
were experiencing so many of them.
I am not kidding when i say that almost immediately after stopping using WiFi i noticed improvements, not just in myself but also those around me, i
have had maybe two or three headaches in the last six weeks whereas i would suffer that many a week that would require some sort of treatment.
My mum for as long as i can remember had the "Tuesday" headache, she put it down to a drug called humira that she takes, but after turning off the
wifi the tuesday headache no longer occurs.
I noticed that the members of my family did improve in mental functioning and their mood improved due to better health, im very good at noticing
things, a lot of the time its things others do not see, trust me when i say if you are suffering any of the symptoms i outlined above, try to
rearrange your equipment to turn off the wifi, even as a test for a few days/week.
The plug socket ethernet adapters are great and not expensive and well worth the health benefits you achieve as a return.
I think we all develop an EM sensitivity over time that only limiting your exposure to can make better, do our cells begin to hold a higher charge or
have a lower inductance threshold? something changes.