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Scompy's Journal

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by Scompy, Jul 29, 2015.

  1. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver

    Interesting on your mini cooper hack. I will pay attention to your progress as my husband drives one too.
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  2. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Thanks, hopefully I'll know more this week.
  3. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept 8th, 2015. With Knowledge Comes Morality
    In my pursuit of fixing my Mini Cooper's magnetic EMF issues and also thinking about back-reflecting my Smart Meter on the side of the house, I'm now in a place of 'thinking of others' about whether we have a moral obligation to let others know about the invisible damage. A great example would be WiFi in your neighborhood. By hardwiring, you're actually helping your neighbors. But by back-reflecting a Smart Meter toward a neighbor's home, maybe they are getting more EMF pollution? It's hard to know where the microwaves and EMFs are bouncing.

    It's really about the elimination of the EMF in the first place that were put there by stealth ninjas. Luckily in my neighborhood, there is very little EMF and microwave pollution I've detected over the past 3 months now. But when I've gone into other living spaces and especially white-collar work-related areas, I'm shocked at what I find happening 24/7. And even driving through certain outdoor, inviting spaces like sidewalk restaurants or coffee shops, they have no idea up on the building above them are 3 Cell Towers from different companies pulsing for an average of 20 to 100 milliWatts/sq. meter continually.

    No one is aware. And if they are aware, they don't see the harm. Invisibility is part of the problem. If EMF gave off a color, let's say a banana-colored yellow, everyone would complain about it for visuals alone. Or if RF-EMF gave off a very strong ringing in the ears of everyone, people would use local laws already on the books about noise pollution. Maybe that's one tactic no one has thought about. I can hear the ringing when it's higher than 1 milliWatt/Sq.m, so do I get the right to complain if my neighbors are making an EMF ruckus? Can I call the police to tell them to turn down their EMF?
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2015
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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  5. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept 8th continued (The Mini Cooper Story Gets Complicated)

    I'm thinking this is a must read posting for all members.

    First, I think I've hit a Holy Grail come to Jesus moment here. Posting some backup reference for what I'm about to post:
    http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a493663.pdf "For the microwave plasma ignition to be practical, a reasonably robust microwave supply capable of operating in an engine environment is needed."

    Nutshell version I'll post now... (more details coming later). I had a 25 minute conversation with a tech-specialist at an after-market automotive center (withholding the name for protection). After asking the right questions, he told me about how the ignition of my Mini Cooper functions. It uses a microwave pulsing system. It looks for the key even if the battery inside of the key is dead so the ignition can start. He told me there is no after-market switching it. The entire computer control works with the ignition specifically so that there's nothing he believes that can be done beyond selling the car due to the way the computer, ignition and the lock systems are all wired to get the engine to run. Trying to modify that is basically like building a new car from scratch.

    Microwave Smog: I'm being pulsed with it as well as the magnetic EMF. Double-hit! WTF. I'm gonna have to take Microwave readings now, not even realizing it's NOT JUST THE MAGNETIC EMF alone!

    Magnetic EMF Smog: I notice that when the key is inside of the ignition and the car is idling, I get 25+ milligauss pulses on the magnetic EMF side. As the engine speeds up a bit, the magnetic pulsing is not as intense (more like 5 - 20 milligauss). This is counter-intuitive for most car owners because the magnetic EMF usually increases with an engine, but it's because of the electronics--they are strong enough that the higher RPMs actually decreases the magnetic EMF because it causes the pulsing to decrease. It's my current hypothesis that the ONBOARD COMPUTER reduces the EMF in the cabin because there is no longer a need to look to see if the car is on when it is not idling. The reduction of the EMF is probably not even 'by design' because I doubt designers would care about EMF smog.

    Now here is the KICKER. After calling and talking with the service dept. at Mini cooper about the problem, they said, "They have never heard of this issue before and there is nothing that can be done about it the way you're describing it."

    So, now I'm thinking this: Is my son taking in microwave as he plays and sleeps in his room? His room is above the garage. Is he getting extra Microwave radiation as my mini is always looking for the key? CRAP! I'm gonna have to measure it while on/off and if I find it's a microwave oven while it's turned off, I'm gonna have to park the car in the driveway instead of in the garage.
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2015
  6. Jude

    Jude Gold

    Scompy great journalling thanks.
    Would you mind posting the links to the meters you are using ? JK's suggestion to move seems like a good suggestion! Maybe your son needs it!
  7. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Last edited: Sep 8, 2015
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  8. Shijin13

    Shijin13 Guest


    I would bet that every single keyless vehicle has a similar issue with their starters. I actually looked for a car that I could have a "valet" key made for the vehicle at any lock/key smith and still work, without having to go back to the delear to get the damn thing re-programmed. Add to this, you've got the internet of things (IOT) which opens you up for hacks, as demostrated by several Tech media - on these vehicles. GMC, Jeep/Chrysler, Tesla. and its going to get worse with people adding shit like NEST and other HOME management systems... all b/c we're too fucking lazy to get off the couch to turn up/down the thermostat b/c we're not connected to nature..
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  9. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver

    You know, DH's has had this car (Mini Cooper) for 2-3 of years now.

    I know there are MANY of factors that could contribute to his seizures, but I find it interesting that they started in the last two years AND that he had the last one while driving his car (early June). He was fortunate that he wasn't on Beltway 8 or I-45 and that he didn't hit another vehicle or a pedestrian.
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  10. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Yeah... it's all occurred to me. Same with the SmartMeters: open fodder for sure. All of the Smart(dumb) devices are opening doors for hackers and forcing the rest of us to be biohackers. That's gonna be my quote for the day. :) I'm believing more and more that someone coined the term 'Smart<add device>' knowing it's an illusion: they contribute to the dumbing down of the general populace.
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  11. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    By the way, I have direct correlations with my past migraines and retinal capillary seepage when being around electronics or driving in my car for too long: having lower Redox at that time and more calcium efflux. Biohacking my environment and life has put me normal again: because I'm drinking a ton more good-water every day, grounding every day, lotta DHA, cysteine loaded veges, getting as much morning light as possible, blocking blue at night and other biohacks. But I don't think I'm out of the woods... because of my visual capillary seepage, I have a built-in monitoring system. I am one anctidotal case of making a correlation, but because there are so many factors, it all adds up in a person that is more electrosensitive. Hopefully electrosensitivity can be diminished over time when good redox is built.
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  12. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept. 10th, 2015.
    Stayed home today because my wife and kid are sick. It's my son's 2nd school week, and right on schedule, he gets sick a week later. As I've mentioned in the past, the school has fluorescent lights in the classrooms and I've measured RF of 0.2 to 2.0 milliWatts/Meter Squared on average in his classroom. Pretty sure I saw the WiFi router in his classroom as to the cause. Plus, they've got microwaves for heating lunches in the rooms.

    At home, I've found this weird pulsing sound coming out of my Cornet's sound-RF filter. I want everyone to watch my vids below and speculate.

    Is this a neighbor's WiFI, or something else than the Smart Meter on the side of my house? Has anyone heard this type of pulsing before? I' I'm about 75% thinking it's Smart Meter microwave transmissions, but it's hard to know for sure; it seems like the most likely candidate. I recorded 3 videos about RF I'm getting in my son's room.




    Thanks all!
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2015
  13. This is great. Thank you so much for doing all this great research. I am following!!!! :)
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  14. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept. 11th, 2015
    Here's a great comparison between 3G and 4G data modes. Huston, we have a big problem in the near future: the cell phone voice is riding along with the data.

    Earlier in this journal, I had a conversation with a tech and documented this.
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  15. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept. 12th, 2015
    Found out from others that have dealt with my pulsing-oscillation possible Smart Meter issue: There is a strong possibility that the Smart Meter on the side of my house is interfering with my electrical coming in from the street to my house. The Smart Meters sit within a few feet of my circuit breaker box, and Smart Meters have been known to cause nearby wiring to emit RF. So I purchased several of these for mitigation tests: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JM8POXE?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00

    I'm going to plug them in to see if they make any difference with the 1-second pulsing I'm getting. I'm also planning on running a few more tests today with Mylar blocking the entire side of my son's room to see if I can get the oscillations to subside in the meantime.

    School Update: The administrators still have not contacted me back about meeting with them. Now I'm thinking they are purposely avoiding me. I'll have to walk in on their offices next week at some point when I know they are around.

    MiniCooper Update: I'll most likely be selling it in the near future. Although I'm not detecting microwaves coming off of it from my meter when I'm scanning around for them, I know this is how the key-function works in it. Regardless, I'm getting crazy-high magnetic fields when I sit in the cabin due to the key-pulsing and just the background alone. It's unhealthy to be driving in it or for passengers to be with me in it. Even in the back seat, there's moderate milliGauss coming from the front of the car. That tells you the magnetic field falloff.
  16. Terminator

    Terminator New Member

    The way I covered the meters on my neighbors houses is ;

    I cut 2 round aluminum mesh sheets about 2 inches larger than radius of meter face then rotated one of the sheets at 45 degrees and stapled the perimeter. Then took a pot with a diameter just slightly alrger than tha face of meter and folded edges of mesh to form it into a cup shape. Then took the mesh cup and placed it on the face of meter leaving about 1.5inches of space between mesh and meter face and used aluminul tape to secure the mesh to meter. Than I cut aluminum foil at same width as the meter face+ mesh to meter metal box and put 3 layers of aluminum all around the meter and secured it with aluminum tape including all arouns base of meter to box.

    I did this to 4 homes and did not have complains from utilities. I don't have an RF meter to measure before and after but will get one one day.

    Scompy, you should cover your meter same as I did. I did it to regain my yard space so my kids can ground on grass and play there !
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  17. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept 12th Continued! (EMF Answers: Ain't It Great to be pulsed with Microwaves?!)

    So upon doing some analysis around all areas of my yard and taking some detailed RF measurements, I can say almost 99% now that the RF oscillations I'm getting is coming off of my neighbor's Smart Meter. When I moved away from my Smart Meter in the exact line toward my neighbor's Smart Meter, the RF slowly increased. The increase went about 5-fold higher the closer I got to my neighbor's Smart Meter. Both of our Smart Meters are about the same level with each other, about 100 yards away from each other too. The measurements closer to my house while outside ranged from about 15 to 50 microWatts/Sq. M, and as I approached my neighbor's home (on my property), I got readings averaging around 50 to 150 microWatts/Sq. M. Like I said above, I am getting around 10 to 20 microWatt/Sq. M inside of my home on average when focusing certain locations as shown in the video.

    So the cool thing is that my neighbor is really reasonable. I think she would want to know the info I collected. Also, I'm pretty darn sure too that it's not WiFi from their home (if they have WiFi), but the Smart Meter because of the height band where I get the oscillations and how I turn my EMF detector to get the pulsing from the antenna on it. My neighbor's home happens to be very close to the 'middle' of the entire block I live on. I'm making an educated guess that it's my neighbor's home acts as THE HUB that collects data from the neighborhood and sends it to the company. As a video game designer for the past 20 years (having a huge knowledge-base with all of the latest tech and understanding what they are doing to transmit data packets, etc.) AND being a past biotech working at Stanford Environmental Health and Safety labs and understanding the details of the biophysics on EMF, I've already convinced a few specialists over the phone at my electric company about how they are potentially damaging themselves over time with their bluetooth devices, etc. Really, it's about presenting knowledge to people in a way they 'get it' and being very matter of fact about things and diving into the details when appropriate.

    Anyway I digressed. This leaves me a few options if my neighbor doesn't care about the RF to mitigate it. I think because of the laws though, the electric company falls within the limits of RF emissions being under 1 milliWatt/Sq. m, unless my neighbor invites me over with my detectors so I can get a reading very close to the meter and see if I can capture a reading over 1 milliWatt/Sq. M. Also, it brings up the next question of *when* they pulse their Smart Meters for readings and how many times per day to know if they are exceeding limits.

    Here is my opinion: The first Electric Company that sets an internal standard to reduce RF down a ton or even to zero RF will become the favorite among the people in the coming years when more people are aware of the biophysics. All a company has to do is hardwire their Smart Meters, just like we can hard wire our cables and not have WiFi. It's pretty simple. Or at least put some dampeners on their Smart Meters to reduce RF pollution.
  18. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept 13th, 2015. "The Minigated"

    One of the best days all year!

    1. I will be meeting with my son's school admin on Wednesday morning!
    2. I figured out the oscillations in my son's room. Upper corner coming in for the most part. Thinking the Smart meter or WiFi from neighbor's home. Also mostly mitigated.
    3. I have successfully mitigated the Mini-cooper Clubman: It's been MINIGATED! It was a trade for this 2003 Ford Ranger with zero RF and about 1/10th the magnetic EMF. BAM!

    Attached Files:

  19. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept. 15th, 2015
    Came across this typically phrased health info on the Artifical Pacemaker. Logging it here for reference, but it's very enlightening to say the least (who cares about these influencs on the natural human heart, right?)

    AHA Recommendation

    If you have an artificial pacemaker, be aware of your surroundings and the devices that may interfere with pulse generators:

    Home appliances

    • CB radios, electric drills, electric blankets, electric shavers, ham radios, heating pads, metal detectors, microwave ovens, TV transmitters and remote control TV changers, in general, have not been shown to damage pacemaker pulse generators, change pacing rates or totally inhibit pacemaker output.
    • Several of these devices have a remote potential to cause interference by occasionally inhibiting a single beat. However, most people can continue to use these devices without significant worry about damage or interference with their pacemakers.
    • Power-generating equipment, arc welding equipment and powerful magnets (as in medical devices, heavy equipment or motors) can inhibit pulse generators. Patients who work with or near such equipment should know that their pacemakers may not work properly in those conditions.

    • Cellphones available in the United States (less than 3 watts) don't seem to damage pulse generators or affect how the pacemaker works.
    • Technology is rapidly changing as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is making new frequencies available. Newer cellphones using these new frequencies might make pacemakers less reliable. A group of cellphone companies is studying that possibility.
    Medical equipment

    • Carry a wallet Pacemaker I.D. card with you. Equipment used by doctors and dentists can affect your pacemaker, so tell them you have one.
    • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a powerful magnet to produce images of internal organs and functions. Metal objects are attracted to the magnet and are normally not allowed near MRI machines. The magnet can interrupt the pacing and inhibit the output of pacemakers. If MRI must be done, the pacemaker output in some models can be reprogrammed. Discuss with your doctor the possible risks and benefits before you undergo MRI scanning.
    • Extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is a noninvasive treatment that uses hydraulic shocks to dissolve kidney stones. This procedure is safe for most pacemaker patients, with some reprogramming of the pacing. You'll need careful follow-up after the procedure and for several months to be sure your unit is working properly. Patients with certain kinds of pacemakers implanted in the abdomen should avoid ESWL. Discuss your specific case with your doctor before and after the treatment.
    • Radiofrequency (RF) ablation uses radio waves to manage a wide variety of arrhythmias. Recent studies of patients with implanted pacing systems measured the units before, during and after RF catheter ablation. They showed that most permanent pacemakers aren't adversely affected by radio frequencies during catheter ablation. A variety of changes in your pacemaker can occur during and after the treatment. Your doctor should carefully evaluate your pacing system after the procedure.
    • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is used to relieve acute or chronic pain. Several electrodes are placed on the skin and connected to a pulse generator. Most studies have shown that TENS rarely inhibits bipolar pacing. It may sometimes briefly inhibit unipolar pacing. This can be treated by reprogramming the pulse generator.
    • Diagnostic radiation (such as screening X-ray) appears to have no effect on pacemaker pulse generators. However, therapeutic radiation (such as for treating cancerous tumors) may damage the pacemaker's circuits. The degree of damage is unpredictable and may vary with different systems. But the risk is significant and builds up as the radiation dose increases. The American Heart Association recommends that the pacemaker be shielded as much as possible, and moved if it lies directly in the radiation field. If you depend on your pacemaker for normal heart pacing, the electrocardiogram (ECG) should be monitored during the treatment, and your pulse generator should be tested often after and between radiation sessions.
    • Dental equipment doesn't appear to affect pacemakers adversely. Some patients may feel an increase in pacing rates during dental drilling.
    • Electroconvulsive therapy (such as for certain mental disorders) appears to be safely used in patients with pacemakers.
    • Short-wave or microwave diathermy uses high-frequency, high-intensity signals. These may bypass your pacemaker's noise protection and interfere with or permanently damage the pulse generator.
  20. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Sept. 16th, 2015.
    1. Son's School: This morning, I had a great conversation with the school's Principal. A half-hour later talking about RF-EMF and biological intersections, she undestands enough that she's pushing the issue forward. For her own benefit, I also showed her how her 'wired' setup on her laptop was still giving off 2 milliWatts/Sq.m because her WiFi wasn't turned off on the laptop. She was so pleased to get the information that now I'm going to be meeting with their IT-engineer soon. Fingers-crossed. One school at a time, right?

    2. My new pickup truck is amazing (image added on Sept 13th above). I love having a stick-shift again, but here's the real kicker--to and from work, I feel great and after getting home, I don't have a 'zapped feeling' like I did just a few days ago. I'm making some loose correlations, but another major one from the Mini Cooper was parking it in the garage. It so happens that both of the bedrooms were above the Mini-cooper, so assuming that car was pulsing EMF microwaves always looking for a key, the overall EMF load is reduced in the home.

    3. As another line of defense, I put up a Faraday wall on the west side of my home last night with grounding. Even though it doesn't look great, I've basically eliminated and mitigated the oscillation sounds coming into the sleeping areas of both my son's room and my bedroom too! Like I wrote above and showed in my videos, the intensity isn't that strong, but the fact the energy is happening all night long and at certain reflections at higher #s on my meter, it's still 5 - 50x higher than normal background radiation. For my son especially having a thinner cranium and less mylennation, any amount of mitigation helps.
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