Silicon-valley engineer Jeromy Johnson turned technology health advocate after becoming electrohypersensitive himself. He discusses our attachment to technology and the health hazards such an addiction may hold.
On his website he shares his knowledge more detailed.
The BBC has put a health issue in the public eye that has been swept under the carpet for way too long: Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity. This episode of “Holby City” might help making the public aware, that even when test show a person is perfectly healthy, life changing symptoms can be experienced.
“Desperately Seeking White Zone” is a 58-minute documentary about electrosensitive people and their search for a place to live in:
Alerted by a friend who no longer saw herself able to perform all kinds of activities, director Marc Khanne toured France for over three years to portray people who had become electrosensitive. Due to various symptoms, they were forced to move, and therefore in some cases also to abandon work and family.
Faced with a phenomenon poorly-known and still a source of controversy, Marc Khanne opted for a simple, human approach: a series of portraits and stories of obvious suffering drawing the picture of a disturbing reality.
The DVD is available via http://www.electrosensitive-white-zone-ehs-film.com
A marketing campaign by Kit Kat: “Have a break, have no Wi-Fi”. The brand installed a couple of “Wi-Fi free” spots in Amsterdam to encourage people to have a real conversation instead of texting. Well, great message, but they replaced one devil with another: In a city like Amsterdam it’s a vain endeavour to create a REAL Wi-Fi free area in public places. Therefore they installed Wi-Fi jammers which blocked all signals within a radius of 5 metres. Result: no mobile connection due to an added microwave signal.
Latest research of David Carpenter of the University of Albany a> and several other scientists around the world have shown that 2-3 % of the population reacts hypersensitive to electromagnetic fields. Tendency: rising. This shows that it’s not just about a few “imaginary invalids”, but rather about a phenomenon which – apart from a conscious and reduced use of wireless technology in the home environment – should be addressed by the creation or the protection of microwave-free “white zones”:
A Yale Study Warns that cell phone use in pregnancy may cause behavioral disorders in offspring. Other studies prove that fetal exposure to microwave radiation causes cellular damage – and, in the case of ovarian damages, leads to a high percentage of miscarriage and deformities even in the next generation. This risk can be avoided by reducing the exposure to wi-fi radiation:
Conference organised by the INK – Institut for Neurobiology after Dr. Klinghardt, May 23-25, 2014 in Bad Krozingen (south of Freiburg). More details (flyer).