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I don't know what you are up to with the fluorescent lamps. Have you tried this around anything but a Tesla generator?
Here's one interesting paper from the BMJhttp://www.bmj.com/content/330/7503/1290.full.pdf?sid=5171d683-8c79-428a-b686-2ee1a96572e2
To your point Clifford, I read the other day that 90% of the World's human population live within range of a cell phone tower. I was quite surprised to learn that.
I thought I'd see what happened when I walked towards the nearby power lines holding my compass. I couldn't really observe anything. Perhaps because the lines were carrying 3 phase AC Current, 60hz, so the field should always be shifting.Either that, or the far greater magnetic field is that exerted by the earth. Should we plan on moving to Venus to get away from Earth's magnetic field?
You wouldn't happen to have a daughter would you?
In addition to "Quit yakking, and get off the damn phone!" I would add, if you are concerned quit griping and get a wired head set so you can keep the phone away from your body. I don't think that this is necessary, but the inverse square law should allay the fears of anyone who disagrees. Steve
Quote from: SteveFish on 02/01/2011 17:58:22In addition to "Quit yakking, and get off the damn phone!" I would add, if you are concerned quit griping and get a wired head set so you can keep the phone away from your body. I don't think that this is necessary, but the inverse square law should allay the fears of anyone who disagrees. Steve Someone checked into that idea and found that the wires acted like wave-guides and channelled more of the RF straight into your head.
Lee,I am not claiming an undisputed fact. My position is simply "there is no known scientific evidence that connects cancer with power lines". That does not say there never will be, it's just the current state of understanding.You have said EMR (btw - more correctly we are discussing the effects of ELF) "can" cause cancer. If that's true, I'd like to see the evidence and an explanation for the mechanism.According to Edward W. Campion, M.D. (New England Journal of Medicine, 337:44, July 3, 1997): "there is no convincing evidence that high-voltage power lines are a health hazard or a cause of cancer...18 years of research have produced considerable paranoia, but little insight and no prevention. It is time to stop wasting our research resources. We should redirect them to research that will be able to discover the true biologic causes of the leukemic clones that threaten the lives of children."
YES, risk to live near power lines, because of high-voltage wires can lead to many health issues like leukemia and cancer. Electromagnetic censor is responsible for creating negative value on your body.