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Fixed EMFs in House - Amazing Results

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Jeff Power, Apr 26, 2018.

  1. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    This thread prompted me to check out my five year old Honda Civic, forgot I had synced an old cell phone and was measuring about 300 micros from the dashboard before I removed the phone this morning.
     
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  2. Total EMFSolutions

    Total EMFSolutions New Member

    Measuring exposure from a Tesla, using mainstream science (NIEHS EMF Rapid Report 1999) would require a high quality battery operated oscilloscope in order to measure voltage drop across your body. Basically internal electric fields.
     
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  3. Total EMFSolutions

    Total EMFSolutions New Member

    Or 15 years of experience using bad science and measurement procedures is even worse.
     
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  4. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    I don't use the TriField meter, but I suppose it is okay for preliminary testing (a consumer meter that tries to do 3 things probably can't do any one thing excellently).

    Finding an electric field mitigation expert out in the sticks may be a challenge but persevere anyway. When we live far away from urban centers (by choice) we necessarily forego amazing conveniences urban living brings, like having an abundant selection of specialists and knowledgeable trades people.

    If you are living in a rural area by choice you probably know by now that you are going to have to be more self-reliant and self-sufficient. That may mean becoming a lay expert in a number of fields and acquiring skills and tools to get required stuff done (when urban service companies are over 100 miles away, for example).
     

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