I thought to by a Blueshield protector. Apparently they work?
They come under neutralizers.
The bluesheild does supposedly stop the blood composition changes observed when exposed to high frequency radio waves. I think it changes the way the body reacts to the radiation rather than actually put up any kind of barrier which makes sense.
I had the portable one as I did a lot of work with large electronics/high power sources but I gave it to my mother in law when my girlfriend (In Sweden) decided she needed it more than me, as you do...she is still alive too...
Went to buy some stick on LED lights for the pantry in my new house yesterday and found one that looked ok at Mitre 10. Was looking to see if it mentioned how long the batteries last and all it said was "6 months on standby", I thought that was a strange way to put it as it would either be on or off?
Then I saw another package with two of them and a remote. Ahh! It all made sense. I enquired further and found out that yes, the bloody thing puts out a constant blue tooth type radiation as soon as you put in the batteries!
Perfect, if you sell batteries and convenience but don't understand radiation...I put it back and learned a lesson: You now need to study labels on EVERYTHING, not just food, if you don't want to be part of the experiment.
Thanks Gerry, that's interesting.
Thanks for the tip - was quiet keen to look at led strip lighting for the veranda, over it now. Just the mention of a Bluetooth type frequency was enough to stop that dead in it's tracks.
I'm not sure how blue shield works even though I have one and did the research - I know when I measure the incoming microwave frequency with the acoustimeter, it shows no electronic change. If or how or it works in the aether isn't something I've figured out yet.
Much of the stuff out there available for EMR/F is placebo. I don't doubt placebo is a powerful healing mechanism (Biology of Belief) and if peeps want to pay $300+ for their plug in placebo, it's safer than the quick fixes and poisons big pharma sell us.
Reality - it takes a lot of research and work to protect your families and friends in this arena. Not to be taken lightly but well worth the effort - and this is one of those subjects that deserve that effort. Many of the solutions are actually quiet easy.
This does not apply to all LED Rose, they don't put out any rads of this type per se.
Its just this one was sold singly but also designed to be able to be used in a "smart lighting" type situation where an ordinary remote (which these stick on ones don't normally do) might not be enough, like maybe you could change the color temp (blue level) also.
So like a smart phone it would be constantly looking for a connection and thats why the batteries had a finite life. I don't know for a fact that the rads from it are harmful, just that it would add up if you have a lot of things enabled like this.
You do in this new IToT age have to check this on all appliances and that this function can be switched off, I was just surprised that even a $5 stick on light has this in it, and the fact that it was so enabled was not clearly stated on the packet.
Since there was no provision to switch it off, with the only thing stated on the packet being a finite batt life of 6 months (With NO use at all, on something that with infrequent short use would otherwise last years) it must be transmitting continuously.
Thanks - understood