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Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity from Microwave Technology Finally Medically Proven

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Finally, there’s documented medical proof that electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a real-time health issue that actually can be verified using standard medical procedures and testing capabilities.

An international group of researchers aced it when they published their findings from the clinical study “Metabolic and Genetic Screening of Electromagnetic Hypersensitive Subjects as a Feasible Tool for Diagnostics and Intervention” in the November 2014 issue of Mediators of Inflammation.

So, the million-dollar-question has to be, “When will utility companies get up to speed on the latest in microwave technology damage to the human body?” Also, “When will public utility commissions nationwide institute proper procedures to protect consumers from such damage?”

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, or electrosensitivity (EHS), is a condition affecting more and more individuals who are exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and radiofrequencies (RFs) from radios, televisions, Wi-Fi, “dirty electricity” coming over household wires from utility companies smart meters (SMs), microwaves, photocopiers, plus cell phones and towers. Worldwide, the numbers of people affected by EMFs and RFs increase exponentially, and add to other environmentally sensitivity-related illnesses such as multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), sick building syndrome, Persian Gulf War veteran syndrome, and amalgam disease.

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They have been denying this for a loooong time but there now seems to be growing proof.
 
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http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/28/9811910/augmented-reality-app-lets-you-see-wireless-signals

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The human eye is remarkable, but it only lets us see a very small sliver of electromagnetic waves. It's nearly impossible to imagine what our world would look like if we could see beyond the visible spectrum, but a new app called Architecture of Radio does give us a taste.

The app offers an augmented-reality experience: spin your iPhone or iPad around you, and your device will act like a window into a previously invisible world. Spherical wavefronts emanate from wireless routers and distant cell towers. You might even spot a satellite passing overhead.

Those sources and more are all featured in the app — they're compiled from several public databases. The waves that come from these sources are just estimates based on distance, not actual measurements taken by your device. That means that the visualization is more of an artistic experience than a precise tool for analyzing the electromagnetic radiation around you. But it's very cool nonetheless.
 
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This allergy must have just developed or became much worse shortly before she died. The world has had WiFi her entire 15 years.
I thought of that as well. 15 is a bad age for these kind of things to begin with.
 

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http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/28/9811910/augmented-reality-app-lets-you-see-wireless-signals

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The human eye is remarkable, but it only lets us see a very small sliver of electromagnetic waves. It's nearly impossible to imagine what our world would look like if we could see beyond the visible spectrum, but a new app called Architecture of Radio does give us a taste.

The app offers an augmented-reality experience: spin your iPhone or iPad around you, and your device will act like a window into a previously invisible world. Spherical wavefronts emanate from wireless routers and distant cell towers. You might even spot a satellite passing overhead.

Those sources and more are all featured in the app — they're compiled from several public databases. The waves that come from these sources are just estimates based on distance, not actual measurements taken by your device. That means that the visualization is more of an artistic experience than a precise tool for analyzing the electromagnetic radiation around you. But it's very cool nonetheless.
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I suppose it would be cool to use the app. I wonder if it provides any practical information to a user. I have two apps on my cell phone which tell me wireless routers nearby and all of the details (name, ip address, secured or not, signal strength to me, MAC, signal encryption used, etc) associated with the router. I don't have pretty pictures like above, however.
 
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New toy, Christie! If you try it out, let us know.