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EMF protection for paupers
July 13, 2013
8:47 pm
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Kathryn
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Perhaps not quite that blunt, but I can’t be the only one who’s learning about this after giving all they had to doctors.

July 13, 2013
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I just used an EMF detector app on my android phone (laughable to most of you, no doubt, but I must use what I have available) that, while I’ve no idea whatsoever what a uT is, gave me a reading of 50-something for a surge protector near the head of my bed. I tried wrapping it in heavy aluminum foil and the reading went down into the 30s. This did motivate me to remove another that was nearby and also to remove the phone charger cord that was running along the back of the headboard which registered in the 50s range when I touched the phone to it.

I also tried to use the same app to check the difference between the router shielded or not shielded by my little cardboard and aluminum foil barrier, but saw no appreciable difference…so I’m very possibly just wasting my time?

Are there any on-the-cheap methods to help myself???

July 14, 2013
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Hi Kathryn
I’ve experimented with the EMF detector App on an iPhone…I even contacted the App creator because I couldn’t make sense of the readings…..it seems its so inaccurate (compared to a ‘proper’ EMF meter) its basically worthless. The best value meters I have found are the Cornet meters…the new ED78S is very good for the money.

July 14, 2013
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Lloyd said
The best value meters I have found are the Cornet meters…the new ED78S is very good for the money.

Amazon didn’t have it. On eBay it’s $170. I’m afraid that’s only going to be possible if something unforeseeably extraordinary happens. I’m just going to have to follow the shielding suggestions as best I can with what I can lay my hands on and hope for the best. My main concern on that count is that I not make things worse.

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