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Am I banging my head against a wall, with this?
October 18, 2018
9:08 pm
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I was showing a electronics friend a youtube with Dr. Samuel Milham who first alerted the world to dirty electricity and my friend kept stopping the program every few minutes and said “I dont agree with that” as he picked up small electronic mistakes, and I am thinking Dr. Samuel Milham is a qualified medical doctor, he is not a qualified electronics tutor. Get over it! I just took the health side of what Dr. Samuel Milham had to say.

I have asked a question here about a tri-field meter units and nobody has given me a answer as I write this.

Then there is a question on the mains wavelength, I objected to been so long, as I told the issue to a radio club in Auckland, one fellow member quickly told me it is close to some musical notes, a check on Internet agrees with some of the theory I had to learn for some of my qualifications. From one website says;
Speed of sound = 345 meters per second, 1130 feet per second or 770 miles per hour , and of course.
This is why when there is a electrical storm you can see how far away it is, after the flash, the thunder comes 4.7 seconds later for every mile, or 2.9 seconds for every kilometer.

The musical notes chart I have frequency ranges from 16.35 Hz to 7902.13 Hz and their wavelengths goes from 2109.89 cm to 4.37 cm in wavelengths.

And since 50 Hertz or 60 Hertz comes close to some musical notes as pointed out by another amateur radio operator, then there are errors in the system, due to the fact I have noticed from when going to school, if the electronic components in audio equipment fail then one can hear mains hum coming out of the speakers, or if one puts there finger on the audio input with the volume control turned up a bit too high.

I would like to make a comment to Peter, this forum moderator about blood thinners that needs to be cleared up after he replied to my earlier post, but I am so busy fighting a system where people like keeping their heads in the sand I have not got around to it. or getting a tee shirt printed for that matter that says “Kill WiFi in the bedroom before it kills your health”

I am only doing this because our health is getting wrecked by people who do not want to learn the dangers of modern technology, we do not need to take this modern technology to the local city dump, but if we can weed out the errors, then maybe more people will listen, and we can try and work around this cancer provoking technology to limit the effect.

October 18, 2018
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Yes, Eric, you’re banging your head against a wall with this. But we all are. I’m afraid that too much detail hurts my head, but it seems that we need to know a lot of detail to be able to communicate clearly to anyone with some power to do something about emf and related problems. So I’m on here to learn and get some answers too, but there aren’t so many knowledgeable people about it would seem – only one (Peter Williamson) who knows quite a lot and replies, but he can’t know everything.

Being a bit cynical, I’d say everyone else who knows really useful information is making money out of it, cashing in on the problems we all have by charging good sums for it. When I go to EMfields and look at their list of surveyors, there aren’t many, and some aren’t doing surveys any more (UK). America has more, but in UK or NZ with such a scarcity of experts I suppose it’s bound to attract money makers, just as in all areas of life. Your T-Shirt is a good idea, I can’t think of something a bit more succinct and catchy, except perhaps “Wi-fi is killing me” but people would probably just laugh or snigger, so perhaps I’ll get one that says “I love Peace and Reiki” and hope people investigate that. If we look for the negative in anything we will certainly find it, but if we look for the positive in anything we will also certainly find it. There’s a lot of wonderful things to get into and enjoy, and something really really loves us and is trying its best to show us unlimited love, but common sense also says we must also watch our backs at all times with emf.

October 19, 2018
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I think edjog is right – you are banging your head against a wall. I stopped some time ago and my head hurts a lot less Smile. If anyone expresses interest, asks for help or asks a question I will do what I can to help or inform them. The only reason I do occasionally drop a hint or suggestion is the damage that so many people might be doing to their children through their own ignorance or refusal to face the facts. OK, we don’t have ‘conclusive proof’ or know exactly who will be damaged and how, but there’s enough scientific and medical evidence around to at least justify precaution. And precaution does not have to be disruptive or expensive.
This problem is not new, and occurs in other fields. Back in the 1980’s the composer Robert Simpson commented on the same mindset (head in the sand) in relation to nuclear proliferation. I’m sure there are many other examples.
Eric’s comments on ‘small mistakes’ is interesting, although it’s not one I get from people I try to talk to – mostly they do not have a sufficient level of knowledge to spot them. I find the same with other experts, but the inaccuracies or misunderstandings are not sufficient to invalidate what they are saying.
Just for clarification – although I have Moderator access, I am not actually a moderator on the forum. My role is to answer questions to the best of my ability and encourage further discussion. I am self-taught, learning what I need to know to help and protect myself, from scientific papers, video presentations by and interviews with leading scientists, doctors, building biologists etc (Lloyds interviews with experts are a fantastic resource, as is the rest of the site). So I know there are big gaps in my knowledge, and I try to avoid comment in these areas, in the hope that someone with more knowledge will address them (and enlighten me).

October 20, 2018
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I just thought of a new shorter tee shirt
ITS Wi-Fi Verses GOOD HEALTH

Must make a reply later, waiting for some (good) news, from a email.

not to forget a URL printed below that, (some people are slow to catch on) possibly a tinyURL if that works out shorter

October 21, 2018
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“Ignorance of 21st century technology dangers seems to be one reason why cancer is going rampart”

October 23, 2018
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Good slogan IT’S WIFI Vs GOOD HEALTH

With an image of a cell phone or cell tower radiating waves, you know the sort, like this: )))) but have curved text in their place which says Cancer Cancer Cancer Cancer. Would need someone good with graphics but would make more of an impact than words alone.

It certainly needs the message getting out there because the media just don’t want to know. And for that matter the public don’t want to know either because we’ve become so dumbed-down that we’d rather stick our heads in the sand and hope someone will come and save us, than speak the truth and risk being labelled radical, loony or crazy.

October 25, 2018
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Like it – instead of just repeating Cancer on the waves you could do Cancer, Infertility, Neurological Problems [Need something shorter and more catchy for this] etc.
Maybe if you include a link to this site Lloyd would sell them…..

Just to lighten things up. Slightly related, some unintentional humour from Cancer Research – but most people would probably not ‘get it’.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C4WB3H2WcAIWRZ4.jpg

October 27, 2018
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Your Cancer Research photo, Peter! I don’t know whether to laugh or cry many a time these days. I went on a bus to Southport the other day, set off feeling great, got there feeling weary. It must have been all the on-board wifi and everybody on their phones. I recovered whilst I was there but again was drained on the way back. And today some findings were published that depression has now overtaken obesity and the no 1 problem seen by doctors. So they give em a pill and send them out into the world of wifi.Laugh Cry

October 28, 2018
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I had a similar bus experience a couple of years ago. I too a 15 minute bus trip into a local town. After about 10 minutes I started developing the headache I get when I’m being zapped. I found the explanation as I disembarked – a small notice saying that Wifi was available……. I was totally disoriented, but I did manage to find my destination, and spent the rest of the day recovering! But what is that kind of exposure doing to the driver, who is responsible for the safety of about 40 passengers? And this was a local bus with a total journey time of less than 30 mins – can people not unplug for such a short time? Needless to say I have not used a bus since.
We have heard about two suicides recently among our (not particularly close) acquaintances, and family members and friends who are having mental health problems, depression, anxiety…… They are all wireless addicts. Teenage suicide is on the rise as well but none of the ‘experts’ seem to be able to work out why. Maybe they should look a this (available as a free download) –
Pall, M.L.,Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression, Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy (2015), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jc…..015.08.001
Martin Pall has also produced a paper on wifi recently – doesn’t make good reading..

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