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Underground power lines as bad as above?

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Hope, Feb 15, 2014.

  1. Hope

    Hope Gold

    Does anyone here know anything about underground power lines? I ask bc we are looking for places to live and my fav area has no above ground lines as far as I can tell, and it must come from somewhere.

    While it's nice not to see some of the ugly towers that seem ubiquitous here, I am not sure if this is worse, better or the same. Anyone know anything or have a source? I can't seem to figure it out and my brain is feeling fried. :(
  2. SeaHorse

    SeaHorse Gold

    I spoke to Michael (the EMF guy) about power lines as we could bury ours...we are the end of the line on a back road. This turns out to be a good reason not to bother...we are not getting a lot of crap from surrounding houses AND there is a risk that the magnetic part of the EMF package actually comes closer to you by being in the ground. If you do it with super shielded cables etc. it can diminish the electric field, but not the magnetic one. Dr. K mentioned the same thing in a webinar when I asked him a question about it.....there isn't a lot of specific advise out there about burying cables. The best thing to do is to measure with a good devise. If they are already in the ground, then don't worry about it and keep away from the area if it registers a high field.
  3. Hope

    Hope Gold

    SeaHorse, thank you SO much. Great thought. They would have to be in-ground already...and we couldn't change a thing as it's an established townhouse community.....

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