Resources

RISKS OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY

SMART METERS

EHS – ELECTRO-HYPER-SENSITIVITY

SHIELDING & RADIATION METERS

8 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Marjorie Salmeron

    Hi there. I’m writing in regards to the video about mold & mycotoxin production in relation to EMF exposure. I am myself a mold patient with EMF sensitivities, & I was wondering if you could give me more information about the person who made the video & the experiment that was done? In particular, if you, s/he has any studies regarding this subject?

    Thank you so much for your time & sharing the video! It was very interesting and correlates well with what I’ve been experiencing…

    Sincerely,

    Marjorie Salmeron

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    1. Kim Goldberg Post author

      Hi Marjorie. I am afraid I don’t know any more info at this stage about the scientist in Switzerland who actually performed this mold experiment discussed in the video I posted (“Mold Toxins Skyrocket with EMR Exposure” – https://electroplague.com/2013/06/03/video-mold-toxins-skyrocket-with-emr-exposure/). However the person narrating it is Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, who has done a great deal of work treating and helping electrosensitive people. Perhaps he would have more info about the actual experiment itself.

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  2. Katie Pollock

    I am looking for a chemical free place to stay for two nights in or near Zürich October 24 and 25th. My daughter and I are traveling together. I have MCS and really need a place with no fragrance chemicals.
    Katie

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  3. Jessica Bryan

    Kim, Do you know of anywhere in the U.S. without smart meters and limited cell towers? Smart meters are coming to Southern Oregon very soon and I need to move somewhere, other than Green Bank (too far away) and Snowflake (too high in elevation). I hear lots of talk about refuges, but most of it seems to be wishful thinking. Note radiation refuge.com is mostly about Australia.

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    1. Kim Goldberg Post author

      Hi Jessica. I agree most of the talk of refuges and sanctuaries is in the preliminary planning stages. That is the problem for everyone. I don’t actually know of existing communities besides Green Bank and Snowflake. I wonder about eastern Oregon for no smart meters? Some very rural low-population communities in parts of eastern Oregon. (I am from Oregon originally.)

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