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is living near 4 cell towers less than a km away worse than living near neighbours that have wifi?
January 9, 2014
3:24 am
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dayna
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can anyone help me out with this? we currently live in an area where there are 4 cell towers, most are less than a km away…2 are 400m away. We are moving into a rental property we purchased in about 2 weeks..what we are wondering is if the wifi in the neighbours house is worse than living near towers? or the wifi in the neighbourhood is worse than living so close to the towers…does anyone know which is worse?

my husband is electrosensitive…just found out and is dealing with it right now..but he is wondering if the move is good or not? can anyone clarify this for me? the house we will be moving into is a semi detached so the neighbour will be closer…not to mention other people in the area that may be using wifi..please help!

February 18, 2014
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YES – living near WiFi is definitely as bad as being near a tower. No doubt about it. Same for any microwave/RF emitting utility meter on the house. Studies show that microwave exposure from all of those devices cause serious biologic harm immediately upon exposure, & definitely over long term exposure, whether the people exposed “feel it” or not. Living cell membranes sustain damage & become stressed & eventually flooded with Calcium Ions immediately upon being microwaved…thus fatigue, headaches, insomnia, memory loss, ADHD, weight gain, hormone imbalance, etc etc etc. My recommendation is to start making some noise – & by that, I mean start making phone calls & emails to every authority imaginable. Even if you do not get an immediate result, there is great power in making them aware that someone is really suffering from this insane wireless war on humanity. Millions are suffering! But not enough make phone calls to complain or voice concern. It’s time to wake up World! If your husband would like to share his EHS experiences on the Radio & have his voice heard, go to http://Boilthefrogradio.com & contact us! Sincerely, Sebastian

August 17, 2014
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Dayna, I think the only way to be sure is to measure the signals with an RF/microwave meter. The output from a domestic wifi router will be much less than a cell tower, but because it’s so close it may result in a stronger signal within the house. I’ve seen situations where the signals from outside (masts) were stronger than a wifi router, and also the opposite (eg my own home) where the signal from the wifi router is much stronger than any signals from outside (and we make minimal use of the router!). The signal level walking down the local high street is higher than we get sitting in the same room as the router. So it depends on the situation, and I think the only way to be sure is to take measurements, ideally before committing to a new property. Burt there are plenty of good tips on this site if you do find you still have a problem.
The worst ‘neighbour’ problems I’ve ever encountered were cordless (DECT) phones, rather than routers, but again, all situations are different. Many meters have an audio output which is a big help in identifying the type of device which is causing the problem.

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