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Metal Chairs

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Jeremy Fox, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Jeremy Fox

    Jeremy Fox Gold

    Can metal chairs and tables be attractors for EMFs? Should we replace with wooden chairs and tables?
     
  2. Caroline Vigneron

    Caroline Vigneron New Member

    I don't think they "attract" them but they are conductive materials and behave like antennas, receptors, amplifiers... I used to be a bit more electrohypersensitive than now and would feel tinglings in my back when holding a metal forck 30meters away from a power line (the fork would catch up the low frequency electric field).
    Even in a totally "clean" place, with zero artifical EMF, I wouldn't sit on metal, neither wear any (zip, jewels...), neither slip on any bed with metal parts... I tend to feel they mess up my own electromagnetic processes.
     
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Depends on the building.....or it they are outside and what land looks like. At Farm we looked all these risks.
     

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