Are you being electrified?

  • 1 Jul 2014
  • Reading time 19 mins
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We are unwittingly living in an increasingly “noisy” world, full of powerful electromagnetic radiation (EMR) fields, generated by mobile and cordless phones, wireless technology, personal digital assistants (PDAs), computers, power lines, mobile phone base stations and other transmitting masts, and microwave ovens – all of which release a constant bombardment of EMR.

Don’t get me wrong, I love technology. Having been brought up on Star Trek, I believe that any technology that can make living and communicating easier is to be welcomed – but not at the expense of health. So when microwave ovens, cordless phones, and mobiles came on the market, I bought them all with barely a thought to the background noise of concern. But in the past several years, I’ve read several worrying reports on the potential hazards of EMR.

I grew so concerned with what I was reading that I did two things. First, I bought a device called a Cornet ED 78S, available from, which turns EMR into sound. The louder and dirtier the sound, the more aggressive the EMR signal. I turned on my microwave oven and the Cornet ED 786 howled, and only stopped howling 15 feet away, even if I stood behind a solid brick wall. Before I entered the room where my cordless phone base is located, the signal was strong. And close up, it was as strong as the microwave oven. My mobile phone howled when I turned it on and it found its signal, and howled every time I made or received a call – even from several feet away. It was just as bad when I attached my earpiece and held it close up. Turning this invisible energy into sound made a huge difference to me.

Next, I did additional research. I read well respected medical journals. I looked into safety regulations in a wide variety of countries, including the UK, the United States, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and New Zealand. I also delved into the technological and biotech publications.

In this report, I’d like to share with you the evidence I have found for the potentially harmful effects of EMR. Though there is conflicting evidence on the subject – and there is still much that we don’t know – I’m concerned about the situation enough to let you know what you can do to reduce your risk.

Fortunately, there are some simple precautions you can take to radically reduce your EMR exposure, without substantially altering your lifestyle.

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