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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

I would just like to share some info about some radiation that is emitted by a lot of products in our homes.

These include your wireless router for Wifi. cordless phones and mobile phones

Please have a look at this video

http://youtu.be/ICA19oKPi5I

Cordless phone shows radiation emitting without making a call, even while on the base:

http://youtu.be/2V4AmkMKg_0

Very High amounts coming from a mobile phone:

http://youtu.be/GOgo0z_98JQ?list=UUaLwcpzmAp9cYPmMdKmhb9g

From a laptop

http://youtu.be/fCp8itdHYxg

Please take the time to have a quick look at these videos, Its actually amazing that this amount of radiation is filling our homes, work places and schools day to day. I don't think this is good for health long term. This is rarely talked about at the moment, but I think these devices should be used with care to limit exposure.

There are some tips to reduce exposure:

  • Used wired internet access through an Ethernet cable and turn off your wifi capability from the router (you may need to go online to do this, its not as easy as just plugging in an Ethernet as it continues to transmit, please check it)
  • Keep mobile phone calls short or use a hands free kit, use speakerphone, text
  • Keep mobiles far from your body if possible, turn your device to airplane mode (or switch off if not using it)
  • Don't sleep with your mobile near your head or body (turn on to airplane mode or even better switch it off)
  • Use a corded phone, its safer
  • When sleeping turn off cordless phones, wifi and other electrics as much as you can. even alarm clock radios close to your head transmit
  • Use laptops on a table, try not to put them on your lap.
  • When using a laptop it transmits much more radiation when on charge rather than not on charge
  • Turn your laptop to airplane mode, (turn off the wireless function)

This is massive subject area that is virtually unknown but is people are gaining more knowledge,

Good youtube in depth talk

http://youtu.be/dYjAAqUfHtE

Mobile Phone Towers

There are numerous mobile phone towers or antennas on building around the UK, They are in residential areas, these towers emit frequencies constantly day and night and there may be 3 or 4 in one area. Many people have bad effects from living close to them

http://youtu.be/MvSTN5rMORM

There is a website which you can look at to see how far you live from one:

http://sitefinder.ofcom.org.uk/

This information is virtually unknown to most people plus there is not a lot of scientific research at the moment but if you are suffering from fatigue, headaches, etc please consider these solutions and see how you get on.

Please tell your friends and family about this if you find it helpful.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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