My first encounter with dirty electricity was about 7 or 8 years ago.
I attended a talk on electrical sensitivity in the UK, next to the room where the presentations were being held was another room with stalls.
One of these stalls had a guy selling these EMF meters I’d never seen before.
I was skeptical.
He told me that if I plugged it in my wall socket it would tell me what my dirty electricity levels were.
Dirty electricity? I felt as though I’d got enough on my plate dealing with cell phone radiation and the like without having to worry about anything else.
Then I did my homework. Perhaps there was something to this.
Dirty electricity is a form of electromagnetic field pollution that can be found on your home wiring. It can be found on any wiring in fact.
The technical term for it is harmonics and transients.
One of the world’s foremost authorities on this subject is a gentleman called Dave Stetzer.
Who Is Dave Stetzer?
He’s the man behind the dirty electricity meter, or Microsurge meter, that I first encountered in the UK.
He also developed the Graham Stetzer filter (GS filter), more commonly known as the STETZERiZER filter. He developed these devices based on research carried out with Dr. Martin Graham, Professor Emeritus at UC Berkeley.
For those of you that have been following my blog for a while you might recall that I had Dr. Samuel Milham as a guest on my interview series last year. Dr Milham has also done a lot of research in this field. He wrote a terrific book on this subject – you can read my review here.
Thursday, 8th October at 1:00 p.m. EST (10 AM PST or 5 PM GMT) I’m interviewing Dave Stetzer. The interview will last approximately one hour.
Dave Stetzer is the founder of Stetzer Electric based in Blair, Wisconsin and Stetzer Consulting, which handles all aspects of the STETZERiZER® product line from research and development to field testing.
I will be asking Dave about:
– his personal journey that led him to recognize how potentially dangerous this form of EMF pollution is
– what dirty electricity is
– how Stetzerizer filters work exactly
– how to measure and deal with dirty electricity in your home
– the potential dangers of using these filters
This interview has been broadcast.
The replay is also FREE but it’s only available for 24 hours after the event for those that signed up BEFORE the event.
To read my detailed review on dirty electricity click here.