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Shaun Kranish 3 months ago 0

This great brochure/pamphlet was just released by the National Association for Children and Safe Technology (NACST).


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They just sent this email:



Shaun Kranish 11 months ago • updated 10 months ago 2

I just wanted to share a personal experience from this past weekend. I am sensitive, yes, but I don't normally react so badly that I notice it immediately. My EMF sensitivity is more of a dragging my health down sort of thing. But once in a great while I will have a severe reaction and notice it.


So this past weekend was one of those. I was riding with family in a Buick Enclave. I was in the back seat. Within a minute or two of getting into the car I felt sick - really bad waves of nausea - feeling flush on my face - and overall just feeling really really sick. We arrived at our destination shortly after, and then I felt fine again. In fact I forgot about it.


When we left and I got into the car, the same exact reaction occurred. Unfortunately in this car the Bluetooth cannot be disabled. I won't be riding in there anymore until that dashboard is taken apart and it's manually/physically disabled. What a terrible feeling it was!!!

Under review
Shaun Kranish 11 months ago • updated 11 months ago 2

My parents are looking at property outside of the city - they are thinking to retire a little ways out into the country.


My wife and I went with them to look at this one property - and it's very, very nice. Lots of acreage, a large springfed lake right on the property (the water was crystal clear, lots of nice big fish in it as well). Log cabin style home, lots of space, gosh what a nice property.


Knowing me I did an antennasearch.com search before even going out there and there's a big tower smack dab across the street. Luckily it's a long driveway, but the tower is still about 2600 feet from the house.


We went out there to look at the property and geez the tower is big. BIG tower with tons of antennas on it. Readings in front of the house were 100 microwatts/m2 or greater. Inside the house wasn't as bad - the house does a decent job of blocking. I'm going to take more measurements and actually use the frequency filters this time - but it was raining when I was out there last so I couldn't take many measurements outside.


So, what does everyone think? A BIG cell tower staring at you a half mile away - line of sight - no trees or anything in between. Ugh this property would be so ideal if it weren't for that. Would love to hear what others think.

Shaun Kranish 12 months ago 0

How can we avoid being forced by the power company to pay an "opt-out" extortion fee? One good way may be through legal notices - sending affidavits to the power company to change the terms of the contract we have with them and get rid of the opt-out fees.


We have posted an example of such an affidavit in our members section. Has anyone used this or something similar - what were your results? I will keep you posted of mine here as soon as my "opt-out" fee is straightened out.

Shaun Kranish 2 years ago • updated by Michele Chester 12 months ago 4
These messages are from our first members - the charter members - that helped get the IEHA going!
Shaun Kranish 2 years ago • updated 12 months ago 5
http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2011/pdfs/pr208_E.pdf
Date: May 31, 2011 Lyon, France

The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B) based on increase risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer associated with wireless phone use.

Stroll down memory lane
A page or two in the school WiFi book should be dedicated to reminding readers about past human misjudgments - things that affected health (such as "cigarettes are good for you" - "more doctors smoke Camels than anything else" and other examples of chemical/radiation exposure that caused real harm - like lead paint)