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Published on Oct 14, 2006
Watch as light tubes glow in the dark without being plugged in. Great demonstration of how EMF's work and trasmit frequencies through the air. http://www.emfnews.org
Invisible electromagnetic radiation surrounds us each day, emanating from diverse sources such as power lines, home wiring, computers, televisions, microwave ovens, photocopy machines, and cell phones.
While undetectable to the eye, scientists have proposed that electromagnetic radiation may pose serious health effects, ranging from childhood leukemia to brain tumors.
As scientists continue to unravel the precise health dangers of electromagnetic radiation, it makes good sense to avoid these potentially dangerous frequencies as much as possible. A gauss meter is a useful tool you can use to measure electromagnetic radiation in your home and work environments.
Using the gauss meter at varied locations, you can easily detect electromagnetic radiation "hot spots" where exposure to these ominous frequencies is the greatest. Armed with this crucial information, you can then avoid these areas, re-arranging furniture or electronic devices as needed in order to avoid unnecessary exposure to electromagnetic radiation. http://www.CELLphoneLIES.com