EMR Science Archive

The Impact of 4G LTE Radiation on Brain Activity

Clinical Neurophysiology, a peer-reviewed journal has revealed that an exposure of 30 minutes to LTE (Long Term Evolution) cellphone radiation affects activity in both sides of the brain. For experimentation, 18 participants were exposed to LTE radio frequency waves for 30 minutes to see the effects on their right ear. A distance of 1cm was maintained between the ear and …

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Wireless Industry fails to reduce harm from wireless radiation

In 2003, a major telecommunications provider in Switzerland, Swisscom AG, in an attempt to reduce electrosmog from wireless devices like Wifi, filed US and international patent applications for an innovative system. The danger of developing cancer because of the wireless radiation was recognized in the patent application long before the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer announced that just …

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LED Bulbs can cause Hazardous Levels of Dirty Electricity

LED lights are probably the most economical and green light bulbs in the market today. But they too have their disadvantages. We ran a simple experiment using a Stetzerizer microsurge meter, and measured the impact of individual electronic devices on the dirty electricity level in the house. Unfortunately for us, our newly bought LED bulbs boosted the base reading above …

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Dangers of Laptops With Hidden Dirty Electricity

Dirty electricity is fast becoming a major health hazard due to the large no of electrical items used, and also because of the modern way of living close together, in apartments and attached houses. People are trapped in a web of radiation that is slowly killing them. Fortunately, the dirty electricity levels in your home can be easily detected using …

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How harmful is Electrosmog?

A new middle school was opened in the city of La Quinta, CA, in 1990. It was an exhilarating experience for everyone, especially for a sixth grade teacher, Gayle Cohen, who showed her excitement in the following words, “For 2 years, we have been a part of temporary faculty, but this change is very exciting for all of us.” However, …

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