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Recent EMF findings since 2011. Update.

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  2. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Isn't conclusive proof a bit like having the expert testimony for the defense and the prosecution at a court trial....agree with each other? Ain't gonna happen.
    Independent scientists (for the prosecution) say cell phone pose health risks, while industry scientists (for the defense) say there are no health risks. You have to wait for the time when there are no such trials to get any sort of agreement.
     
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  3. Josh

    Josh Gold

  4. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Olle is just amazing.

    We need to do more. I am doing way too little to help any of this mess :(
    I am ashamed.
     
    Last edited: Jan 26, 2015
  5. Don't be ashamed you are a hero too
     
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  6. Great find! Olle is a Hero .

    May be he is a little too optimistic about our profession though:(

    When we have a pill or band aid to provide, and a “diagnosis” to stick on, we tend not to bother too much with etiology. Especially when it doesn’t fit our paradigm.

    To illustrate: When I went to see the fertility doc and told him apple and co may have zapped my seeds, he was in disbelief. I told him there was enough scientific evidence and hand him over some literature (including the bioinitiative report) he said he would consider it...The next appointment he had forgotten about it, chuckled, and proposed IVF again. Test tubes may soon become the norm but I want to father a child the way Nature intended. It is not only my balls… a recovery might serve other 21st century couples too.
     
  7. Terminator

    Terminator New Member

    The wireless industry appears to be free to do whatever they want Per Microwave Journal magazine. They project massive amouts of wireless systems to be deployed.
     
  8. WereBear

    WereBear New Member


    Thanks for the reminder!
     
  9. digital

    digital Gold

    Just FYI -- the GPS on most mobile devices are just "receivers". They do not transmit GPS signals.

     
  10. WereBear

    WereBear New Member

    There's must be come back and forth with the "Location Services" no? They want to map-stamp my every move.
     
  11. I can attest that these do cause brain tumors... I had a golfball sized Glioma removed from my head in 2011 and have been on a quest to bio-hack myself back to health ever since.

    I'm positive that cell phones had something to do with it, and I can add to this also.

    The cordless phones in your house use the same frequency range (just with a lower energy output) so use a corded phone if you can, and don't use wireless headsets either if you work in an office that provides them, you can opt-out and use a corded headset too (I do).

    Also if you have a cordless home phone, don't keep the base by your bedside, the EMF's will fry you in your sleep.

    Once again it's refreshing to see that Dr. Kruse is once again on top of all of this, I hope this little bit of extra info helps someone else here.

    I wouldn't want anyone else to experience what I went through... brain surgery is something you are awake for! I had to talk to the doctors while they were drilling around in my head, it's not a pleasant experience.

    Edit: Also my best recommendation is to use speaker phone or earbuds for your calls to keep the radiation away from your head.
     
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2015
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  12. By the way I downloaded a magnetic field detector app on both mine and my wife's iPhone's to test a few things around the house with regards to EMF fields, and I was SHOCKED to find out that airplane mode does not turn off the antennae, it's just as active EMF-wise as when the phone is in normal mode!

    In fact I was so surprised at the EMF output on my iPhone 5 that I ran to the Verizon store immediately and upgrades mine to the iPhone 6 which was MUCH lower output then the 5 was...

    I was actually about to write a post on this just now when I saw a notification on this thread, so I came here first.

    It's extremely enlightening to play with these iPhone apps and measure the actual EMF fields in your home... I will definitely now stay at a safe distance from all electronics... a few feet should do it in most cases... another good tip I found recently was to move your bed by just a few feet can really help eliminate the risks of EMF's while you sleep.

    The App we use is called "Magnetic Detector!" by Daniel J. Perez, it's free on iTunes, I didn't see it on Android but a quick search just now came up with a few alternative options on Google Play.
     
  13. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5021254/
    Radiofrequency radiation at Stockholm Central Railway Station in Sweden and some medical aspects on public exposure to RF fields
    "In total 1,669 data points were recorded. The median value for total exposure was 921 μW/m2 (or 0.092 μW/cm2; 1 μW/m2=0.0001 μW/cm2) with some outliers over 95,544 μW/m2 (6 V/m, upper detection limit). The mean total RF radiation level varied between 2,817 to 4,891 μW/m2 for each walking round. High mean measurements were obtained for GSM + UMTS 900 downlink varying between 1,165 and 2,075 μW/m2. High levels were also obtained for UMTS 2100 downlink; 442 to 1,632 μW/m2. Also LTE 800 downlink, GSM 1800 downlink, and LTE 2600 downlink were in the higher range of measurements. Hot spots were identified, for example close to a wall mounted base station yielding over 95,544 μW/m2 and thus exceeding the exposimeter's detection limit. Almost all of the total measured levels were above the precautionary target level of 3–6 μW/m2 as proposed "

    "Buchner and Eger (30) performed a study with 60 participants out of the 2,000 inhabitants, who lived in the village Rimbach in Germany, when a GSM mobile base station was built in the spring of 2004. The neurotransmitters adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine and phenyletylamine (PEA) were measured in second morning urine samples before the base station was activated and 6, 12 and 18 months after. The RF radiation was measured outside each participant's house in peak value of the power density after the activation of the base station. The 60 study participants were divided into three exposure groups, <60, 60–100 and >100 μW/m2."
     
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  14. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    Wow, those are insane radiation readings, and this study was published in Aug 2016! It has turned for the worse since then.

    I go rarely to these places where people congregate (airports, train terminals, stadiums, etc) but I have a feeling they are saturated with microwaves at high frequencies and power densities. This is so they can just conveniently watch cat videos and perform other data intensive downloads with smart phones and laptops.

    Anyone out there want to take their RF meters to these venues and capture some horror readings appropriate for Halloween time ?
     
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  15. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    No.
    unless it is $100000.00 meter

    Using trimeters or similar is so yesterday's.
     
  16. drezy

    drezy Gold

    You and @ElectricUniverse may be happy to know that capable chipsets exist now:

    RF Detector 100MHz to 40GHz Linear-in-dB RMS Power Detector with 35dB Dynamic Range : https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetai...VT9rOewUjy8HLRC%2bWziBSTxemdiR1ATJGv/B5jn5A==

    ^^$92/chip

    Antenna and decent attenuation tuning would hike the price.

    Consumer grade meters needn't be as spot on as pro-grade equipment. I don't think it will be too long before this could be integrated into a sub $1k unit.
     
  17. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    Drezy,

    That's good to know. An entrepreneur could probably take this microchip device and, as you said, develop a RF meter within financial reach of some, perhaps many, consumers.

    For the rest of us, we will have to rely on services EMF specialists and Building Biologists (when they are supplied with 5G-ready meters), or rent out these specialist devices. Oh well.
     
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  18. gscottyg

    gscottyg New Member

  19. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    As Dr Kruse mentioned about his Swans keeping an eagle eye out for new changes in a 5G world: it will be interesting to see if new 5G+ type RF signals interact with tropical storms (including hurricanes) that routinely batter Florida and Gulf coast. It is not out of the question that these radiation beams might be an unintended steering mechanism to shepherd these storms ashore. Stay tuned.
     
  20. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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