February 12, 2016
Fascinating presentation by Prof Trevor Marshall
‘Electromagnetic radiation is compromising immunity and could be contributing to chronic diseases.’
Interesting take-aways for me
1. He’s managed to estimate that around 97% of the population is immune-compromised because of electrosmog. This is the first time I’ve seen anyone put an actual number on the impact (other than the numbers associated with EHS, which I think is a different issue). Wandering around most towns with a meter and seeing the high levels of ambient radiation, that number seems entirely credible.
2. He’s found that stimulating the immune system often results in symptoms becoming worse before they become better – sometimes for several months. Removing EMF sources is one way of doing that. Could that explain some of the reported reactions to Stetzer filters or even switching off electric circuits at night?
3. He’s not an EMF specialist.
Unfortunately all his measurements are in Decibels – anyone know how to convert them to volts/meter or microwatts/sq meter?
EDIT: The statement above ‘He’s not an EMF specialist’ could easily be misinterpreted. What I meant was that his focus at present seems to be very much on the microbiome rather than on EMF’s per se. However he clearly has a lot of expertise in EMF issues. He was heavily involved in wifi in its early days, and he has several wifi-related patents. He has designed and built meters and wave generators to support his research on autoimmunity. Apologies to Prof Marshall if I have misrepresented him, and to any readers who may have been confused.
February 1, 2017
March 13, 2017
thanks for sharing! Electromagnetic radiation is everywhere. I read that even in tiny doses radiation can cause serious diseases. I think it’a big problem, nowadays there are huge variety of personnel monitoring devices https://ecotestgroup.com/produ…..onitoring/ that serve to measure radiation dose which is accumulated by a user. Some of them are specially designed for use by Civil Defence and can withstand significant temperature changes.