(examples: Is wifi safe? what is dirty electricity? cell phone protection tips, what is best emf meter? etc.)
Posted by Lloyd Burrell on August 18, 2011 under Videos | 6 Comments to Read
Eliza Hartin said,
How does using a set of earphones or headphones plugged into a cell phone influence radiation exposure? Is it better or equal to using the speaker phone option?
Earphones allow you to increase the distance between yourself and the source of radiation (in this case the cell phone). I recommend using an airtube headset, see http://electricsense.com/775/how-to-protect-yourself-from-cell-phone-radiation/
Cutcat.com is a good source of airtube headsets etc. Also, check out VibesUP.com for an intriguing and non-fear based protection and balancing site. Very worthwhile!
What about iPods and such that can receive a text but are unable to make phone calls.
Lloyd Burrell said,
iPods and similar devices that have a texting function also emit RF radiation…..usually when the device is switched on without even texting they emit radiation, see http://www.electricsense.com/3235/ipod-touch-radiation/
I’m okay with my old phone as long as I don’t speak on it for long periods of time its sar rating is 0.2 I want to get a new phone but the lowest I can see in modern phones is 0.38 which is a big jump and I can really feel, do you know if Tablets have a lower sar rating? or if sar shields really work, and who sells them? or would it be an internet purchase? many thanks.
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