EMF Exposure

neonix

Jedi Master
The Dangers of 5G Wireless -Dr Tom O'Bryan
www.youtube.com/watch?v=80uoRWMkz7g
Special Facebook Live - 5G
See also: Patrick Wood on 5G, global control and freedom

Here I would like repost some links that I posted in different threads in this forum. I put them here for the people who follow only this thread.

Long term, low level Wi-Fi exposure a concern: expert
www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Hi4NmQEsdg
Does WiFi pose a danger to some people?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSEfzmLrZmw
Wi-Fi - Safe or Harmful?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdakRuj_5_I
16x9 - Crossed Signals: Dangers of Wifi
www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ29PMJa6hw
Health Dangers of WiFi in Schools
www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKyL_brkY5U
Fox 5 News on WiFi Health Concerns in MCPS Schools 2/15/2016
www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMkuR4FV-B0
 

neonix

Jedi Master
Mysterious 5G towers raise concerns
www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0eu-03udkQ
Residents share their anxiety with Consumer Reporter John Matarese.
British cows wear new tech 5G collars
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q74ufAdQUE
This herd's 180 cows are fitted with wireless monitoring collars that work like fitness trackers and record their activity, sending it to the cloud using 5G mobile network signals.
From there, an algorithm analyzes the data, notifying farmers and veterinarians, through a smartphone app, if there are any fluctuations that could indicate an illness or other health condition that needs more attention. 5G technology helps the farm boost productivity and save manpower by allowing farmers to keep an eye on their herds remotely.
British cows moo-ve into new tech with 5G collars
www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mRlsiGNEI0
On the dairy farm of the future, the cows are going wireless.
The bovine residents of a British agricultural technology research center are testing next generation mobile technology aimed at helping make dairy farming more efficient.
SACRAMENTO DEBATING 5G HEALTH EFFECTS
www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfcHrSk_zdk
Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt | AFP
www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdRRZKD7lsk
Switzerland was among the first countries to begin deploying 5G, but health fears over radiation from the antennas that carry the next-generation mobile technology has sparked a nationwide revolt. Demonstrators against the technology are due to fill the streets of Bern later this month, but already a number of cantons have been pressured to put planned constructions of 5G-compatible antennae on ice.
Dirty Electricity from Solar Systems and CFL's and how to remove
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DclVJD8Ui-0
Solar City Inverter creates dirty electricity Chico Ca, 9/16/16 3 pm
www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWYOHz__bc8
Solar City Solar System creates dirty electricity due to the Power One inverter used here. Other solar inverters I have measured do not cause this problem. Eric Windheim is a certified Building Biologist and Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist
 

neonix

Jedi Master
EPISODE #19 – DE-ELECTRIFY YOUR INSIDES (DR. MAGDA HAVAS)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLDYEZZJIvU
Dr. Havas has spent decades researching, legislating, teaching, and writing on pollution, electromagnetic toxicity and chronic illness. She has provided over 360 presentations in more than 30 countries and at more than 24 universities/colleges on her research.
Full Measure September 8th, 2019 Full Measure 5G Martin Pall
www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoNJQNekNkM
Martin Pall interviewed by Sharryl Attkisson on conspiracy between US government and Telecoms presenting the lie that radiation emitted by wireless devices is safe.
See also:
5G - Lack of risk assessment, Prof. Martin Pall
Prof Martin L Pall / Tallinn-03-06-2019- evidence of wireless frequency chaos technology
 

neonix

Jedi Master
5G Crisis Summit is again for free.
For old and new subscribers, now you can watch or listen all the lectures for 7 day. You need only register on the the5gsummit_com site, then you get an e-mail that redirect you to healthmeans_com and you will have to register there to get access to all 5G Crisis Summit lectures.
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I already have the coaxial connectors wired in the house we bought so I think it would at least be faster than my current wi-fi and I wouldn't have to crawl around in the attic.

Here is one on amazon which is pricey ($90) but I guess it may beat drilling holes or running around baseboards.

It probably will take some testing to figure out the whole setup so I will have to think about what might be needed more.
Just to follow up on my previous post and maybe give some useful information I am expanding on the MOCA system.

@neonix posting has done a great job in motivating me to do something about the wireless pollution even if it is just a partial solution.

I found a more inexpensive (although not cheap) MOCA adapter that is faster than the Actiontec ones.

goCoax has MOCA adapters for $59.99. It requires 2 adapters to create a network.

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For those owning older homes with coax cable this proves to be a great advantage wiring between floors. I still had to install one ethernet 50 foot cable in the attic but trying to go between floors was a huge obstacle.

Some homes have different room configurations on the different levels that make it almost impossible to find a matching vertical wall between levels as was my case. Even the cold air returns did not line up to feed wires. I finally decided to try the coax to ethernet system.

One consideration was how my wife would accept having to hook up to the system using a wired system. Her computer and iPad are well used so I wanted to at least make the set-up attractive or unobtrusive. This made my plan a little more time consuming and expensive but so far I have had no complaints.

I chose CAT 7 ethernet cables since the price has come down. I like the flat cables for maneuverability, ease of installation and appearance.

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The above picture is the starting point of the system where my DSL router/modem is connected.

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The above wiring is the 50 foot cable from the attic to the bedroom. I made a smudge mark on the wall installing the wall grommet (opps).

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Above is the kitchen island where I used a desktop grommet that was less expensive and matches the room better. Inside the island is a 5 port switch attached by ethernet. The wire is a 3 foot ethernet to iPad adapter attached to the switch box by another short ethernet cable.

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Above is the other side of the kitchen island with the switch box power cord and another ethernet to iPad cord attached to my wife's iPad.

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Above is the other goCoax adapter connected to the coax in the basement fed by the upstairs router/modem.

006_goCoax to switch basement.jpg

Above is a switch box attached to the goCoax adapter by ethernet. This has two separate ethernet cords going to the kitchen island switch box and another switch box in the living room area. I used a total of 4 switch boxes.

It has been a learning experience and a bit of work drilling some holes that were not so easy to get to in spite of being done from the attic and an unfinished basement.

Some links you might find helpful:

MoCA 101: Part 1, Overview - YouTube

MoCA 101: Part 2, Passives - YouTube

MoCA Setup and Testing - YouTube

How do I disable the WiFi on my existing router? – eero Help Center

If I can help I'll try to answer questions. The system is working for me so I didn't have to understand the complexity so much. I think it is one possible way to go "Wired" depending on the situation.

Now, I would like to try to lessen the damage from 2 smart meters. One is for the water and the other one for the electric meter.

I do think I can feel a difference after turning off the wireless on the DSL router/modem but I suppose without having any test meters I don't know the specific differences.
 

neonix

Jedi Master


Devra Davis : protect children from wireless radiation
www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfMZlA5liK4
Devra Davis is a Professor of Medicine, President and Founder of the Environmental Health Trust (ehtrust.org), a virtual think tank and public education institution that notably conducts cutting-edge research showing the need for improved safety standards for sources of pollution, including wireless devices that emit microwave radiation.
 

Laurs

Padawan Learner
Thanks neonix for that short video on youtube of Devra Davis, i just shared it with family members that just got a baby. I really hope they will heed her advice
 

neonix

Jedi Master
Daniel Ott interviews Dr. Magda Havas
www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ_TERyxMQw
Dr. Magda Havas is Professor Emerita at Trent University in Peterborough, Canada. She does research on the biological effects of electromagnetic pollution and the beneficial effects of electrotherapies. Is 5g, cellphones, WIFI, smart meters, power lines frying our brains? Dr. Havas works with diabetics, people with multiple sclerosis, tinnitus, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, heart palpitations and those who are electrically hypersensitive. Dr. Havas serves as a science advisor to various government and non-government organizations in Canada, U.S., Europe, U.K., South Africa, Nepal and Australia. She is co-author of Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution and has authored more than 190 publications. Since 2000, Dr. Havas has given hundreds of invited lectures in more than 30 countries on the health effects of electrosmog. Her passion is to help those with electrohypersensitivity and to help educate health care providers about the perils of electromagnetic pollution.
Connecting Anywhere, Sickness Everywhere—Dr. Martin Pall—Washington State University
www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVA_Usp2KC0
Some of the most common complaints you here nowadays are based on a set of symptoms many people blame simply on the busyness of their lives—headaches, tiredness, poor memory, poor sleep, the inability to concentrate…the list goes on. But what if you were to learn that these are not temporary experiences that are merely inconvenient? What if you were to learn that these symptoms are only going to worsen over time until they produce irreversible damage to the body?Essentially, that’s the message that Professor Dr. Martin Pall from Washington State University and numerous studies are sending. He explains the powerful albeit continually ignored effect of electromagnetic radiation on our bodies—on the voltage-gated calcium channels present within every membrane of every cell in the body. These channels are particularly integral to electrically charged tissues, such as the nervous system and heart, and they also play a significant role in the release of neurotransmitters and hormones in the body. With a force that’s 7.2 million times stronger than the force imposed by cells in our body, it would be surprising to find that EMFs don’t significantly impact health. So, what’s being done about this, and why isn’t this information more frequently covered by mainstream news media? Tune in to hear Dr. Pall’s answer to that question and to find the best resources for research in this field.
 

neonix

Jedi Master
If I can help I'll try to answer questions. The system is working for me so I didn't have to understand the complexity so much. I think it is one possible way to go "Wired" depending on the situation.

Now, I would like to try to lessen the damage from 2 smart meters. One is for the water and the other one for the electric meter.

I do think I can feel a difference after turning off the wireless on the DSL router/modem but I suppose without having any test meters I don't know the specific differences.
I have 3 questions. 1. What is the voltage in this coaxial MOCA TV system, because it may have some advantage over CAT Ethernet cable. Coaxial is shielded, sometimes by aluminium foil, sometimes by copper. CAT Ethernet cable is not shielded. Someone with electromagnetic meter should measure it.

2a. About smart meters. I don't understand this idea about punting shielding cage on smart meter. If smart meter don't communicate with cell tower, someone form power supply company could come and complain.

Maybe you could use 2 shielding material at once. Silk (or cheaper wool) and aluminium foil (as mirror) to shield only one side of smart meter, that it could communicate with cell tower.

2b. Does your water meter is passive mater that emits radiation only when someone come with specific device or is it plugged to electricity 24/7? If so maybe you should consider to not drink water from this smart meter and take it form creek or local water intake.

3. You could probably feel the difference when your body is overweight by sickness, stress or electrosensibility. If someone can't turn of its WiFi, it can use 20 layers or more of cheap aluminum foil. But have to be aware to not overheat the router in summer heat wave.
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I have 3 questions. 1. What is the voltage in this coaxial MOCA TV system, because it may have some advantage over CAT Ethernet cable. Coaxial is shielded, sometimes by aluminium foil, sometimes by copper. CAT Ethernet cable is not shielded. Someone with electromagnetic meter should measure it.
1. I am not an electrical engineer or an expert on the technology I just found it to be a practical solution. The voltage of a MOCA system is very low since the adapters that have a very small 12V input/ouput 500MA power supply plug. Some CAT Ethernet is shielded (which is what I used). Why should someone measure the volatage of coax when it is the wireless signal we are trying to abate?

Wikipedia:
Description

Coaxial cable cutaway (not to scale)
Coaxial cable conducts electrical signal using an inner conductor (usually a solid copper, stranded copper or copper plated steel wire) surrounded by an insulating layer and all enclosed by a shield, typically one to four layers of woven metallic braid and metallic tape. The cable is protected by an outer insulating jacket. Normally, the shield is kept at ground potential and a signal carrying voltage is applied to the center conductor. The advantage of coaxial design is that electric and magnetic fields are restricted to the dielectric with little leakage outside the shield. Further, electric and magnetic fields outside the cable are largely kept from interfering with signals inside the cable. Larger diameter cables and cables with multiple shields have less leakage. This property makes coaxial cable a good choice for carrying weak signals that cannot tolerate interference from the environment or for stronger electrical signals that must not be allowed to radiate or couple into adjacent structures or circuits.[2]
Common applications of coaxial cable include video and CATV distribution, RF and microwave transmission, and computer and instrumentation data connections.[3]
The characteristic impedance of the cable (
Z_{0}
) is determined by the dielectric constant of the inner insulator and the radii of the inner and outer conductors. In radio frequency systems, where the cable length is comparable to the wavelength of the signals transmitted, a uniform cable characteristic impedance is important to minimize loss. The source and load impedances are chosen to match the impedance of the cable to ensure maximum power transfer and minimum standing wave ratio. Other important properties of coaxial cable include attenuation as a function of frequency, voltage handling capability, and shield quality.[2]
2a. About smart meters. I don't understand this idea about punting shielding cage on smart meter. If smart meter don't communicate with cell tower, someone form power supply company could come and complain.
The cage idea was from other posts here suggestions, here etc. I really don't know why the meters need to be constantly checked anyway. Why don't they just turn the wireless feature of the meters on when needed.

Maybe you could use 2 shielding material at once. Silk (or cheaper wool) and aluminium foil (as mirror) to shield only one side of smart meter, that it could communicate with cell tower.
While the Cs mentioned silk I don't know if that would work for these meters. I think the one side shielding might work and that may be what some have tried.

2b. Does your water meter is passive mater that emits radiation only when someone come with specific device or is it plugged to electricity 24/7? If so maybe you should consider to not drink water from this smart meter and take it form creek or local water intake.
I don't know how/when they monitor the water meter (another thing to learn more about). I don't drink the tap water. I use distilled water for drinking (don't want the fluoride).

3. You could probably feel the difference when your body is overweight by sickness, stress or electrosensibility. If someone can't turn of its WiFi, it can use 20 layers or more of cheap aluminum foil. But have to be aware to not overheat the router in summer heat wave.
You can turn off the wireless feature of the router if you go to a "wired" system.

How do I disable the WiFi on my existing router?

We do have some information and some options. After seeing so many posts here (many of them from you which are very alarming and informative), I just decided to DO something. It is at least a step in the right direction I think.
 

Woodsman

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Just to follow up on my previous post and maybe give some useful information I am expanding on the MOCA system.

@neonix posting has done a great job in motivating me to do something about the wireless pollution even if it is just a partial solution.

I found a more inexpensive (although not cheap) MOCA adapter that is faster than the Actiontec ones.

goCoax has MOCA adapters for $59.99. It requires 2 adapters to create a network.

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For those owning older homes with coax cable this proves to be a great advantage wiring between floors. I still had to install one ethernet 50 foot cable in the attic but trying to go between floors was a huge obstacle.

Some homes have different room configurations on the different levels that make it almost impossible to find a matching vertical wall between levels as was my case. Even the cold air returns did not line up to feed wires. I finally decided to try the coax to ethernet system.

One consideration was how my wife would accept having to hook up to the system using a wired system. Her computer and iPad are well used so I wanted to at least make the set-up attractive or unobtrusive. This made my plan a little more time consuming and expensive but so far I have had no complaints.

I chose CAT 7 ethernet cables since the price has come down. I like the flat cables for maneuverability, ease of installation and appearance.

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The above picture is the starting point of the system where my DSL router/modem is connected.

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The above wiring is the 50 foot cable from the attic to the bedroom. I made a smudge mark on the wall installing the wall grommet (opps).

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Above is the kitchen island where I used a desktop grommet that was less expensive and matches the room better. Inside the island is a 5 port switch attached by ethernet. The wire is a 3 foot ethernet to iPad adapter attached to the switch box by another short ethernet cable.

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Above is the other side of the kitchen island with the switch box power cord and another ethernet to iPad cord attached to my wife's iPad.

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Above is the other goCoax adapter connected to the coax in the basement fed by the upstairs router/modem.

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Above is a switch box attached to the goCoax adapter by ethernet. This has two separate ethernet cords going to the kitchen island switch box and another switch box in the living room area. I used a total of 4 switch boxes.

It has been a learning experience and a bit of work drilling some holes that were not so easy to get to in spite of being done from the attic and an unfinished basement.

Some links you might find helpful:

MoCA 101: Part 1, Overview - YouTube

MoCA 101: Part 2, Passives - YouTube

MoCA Setup and Testing - YouTube

How do I disable the WiFi on my existing router? – eero Help Center

If I can help I'll try to answer questions. The system is working for me so I didn't have to understand the complexity so much. I think it is one possible way to go "Wired" depending on the situation.

Now, I would like to try to lessen the damage from 2 smart meters. One is for the water and the other one for the electric meter.

I do think I can feel a difference after turning off the wireless on the DSL router/modem but I suppose without having any test meters I don't know the specific differences.
What a well-executed project! Definitely a step in the right direction.

The people with the lowest levels of cell phone/wifi exposure also seem to be the ones with the clearest minds. Much of the dumb-assery in the world today, the rapid decay of once-intelligent people into ideologically possessed drones, seems to track directly in line with the amount of brain damping devices present.
 

Scottie

Administrator
Administrator
Moderator
FOTCM Member
When you buy ethernet cable, just look for STP (shielded twisted pair) instead of UTP (unshielded twisted pair).

When I measure shielded and unshielded ethernet cables around here, the RF and magnetic fields are basically 0, and the E-field is 10V/m - but only within about 15cm / 6" from the cable.

I used both Cornet ED-88TPlus and SOEKS (Russian!) EMF meters.
 
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