July 21, 2017
Thank you Lloyd for your incredible service to us all! I’m a big fan of your podcast interviews!
I’m a newbie but am learning as much as I can from this great site.
In a nutshell, I installed 3 Eero routers in my home about 6 months ago and shortly afterwards began reading about EMFs. Picked up a Cornet ED88-T and my eyes were permanently opened. Now working on minimizing exposure to household RF, mag, and elec fields.
Not sure if I’m electric-sensitive but I did a big no-no which proved to me that we shouldn’t be exposed to this stuff. I was using a wireless connection while sitting at my iMac on a video conference and the video/audio kept dropping out. Like an idiot I moved the router to 5 feet behind me on the floor, right in the signal stream! I began to feel very warm, my hands tingled and my breathing was labored.I felt fatigued with foggy thinking and a sense of pressure in my head. It was a great test and crystal clear to me that I need to get rid of these routers and use power line ethernet connections instead. It’ll be a challenge with 4 kids with phone/ipods but they need to learn how to use them in a healthy way, if at all.
I’m working on having a solar system installed but am stalling until I figure out how to deal with the high mag field and dirty electricity from the supplied inverter.
If anyone has experience with this I would greatly appreciate any advice and suggestions that you have. Are there “cleaner” inverters that you could recommend for solar systems?
February 12, 2016
Hi Warren, Welcome to the forum. As far as solar inverters go, I believe the thing to look out for is a ‘pure sine wave’ inverter, which should have minimal electrical noise (dirty electricity). One of the building biologists interviewed by Lloyd mentioned that there is an enormous difference in quality between different types of inverters, but I can’t remember the brands in question. Power frequency electric and magnetic fields would have to be checked with an appropriate meter. I think there’s a thread somewhere on this forum looking at this topic in more depth.
For the rest, I expect you’ve discovered the comprehensive information on the main site here covering protection and minimising exposure. Many wireless devices can now be connected to a router via ethernet, provided they have a USB port. There are various videos and articles online. Here’s one example https://9to5mac.com/2017/03/01/ios-10-2-ethernet-adapter-ui-settings-app/
If you discover anything which might be helpful for others perhaps you could post it here or elsewhere on the forum?
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