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||Posted - 02/12/2018 : 12:42:46
70-80mG @ 60-120 Hz level for long periods of time?
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||Posted - 01/07/2021 : 16:15:13
I fully agree with you.
and government limits are often taken as a precaution.
there are a lot of dreadful conspiracy theorists who don't mind reversing everything and saying anything using what we call stupid retoriques in order to be able to put water to their mills and sell books .
it would be nice if GQ could do moron detectors.
perhaps they think they want to save the world, but they poison it.
intelligence can only be collective and therefore necessarily accompanied by rules and respect, intelligence is not in fear and intimidation, this is more the business of sect gurus or riot leader
||Posted - 01/05/2021 : 14:56:04
Well, I have looked at some of the links you folks provided and some are just misinformed articles with no evidence at all. The first bogus site is this https://www.electricsense.com/5029/fcc-safety-limits-for-electric-fields-magnetic-fields-rf-radiation/
Any non-government and non-scientific evidence-based information should be taken with extreme caution. I'm still looking for official scientific papers to backup the claims I read. Sure, too much EF for too long isn't something anyone would want to live in, but what are the safe limits amd the exposure time to trigger an alert is the fundamental question. I don't like those conspiracy theorists and prefer a scientific paper with data samples and empirical evidence.
My 2 cents
||Posted - 07/15/2020 : 09:30:46
Here is the latest IARC monograph on Non-ionizing Radiation (2013): h**ps://publications.iarc.fr/126
Conclusion (419): There is limited evidence that RF radiation is carcinogenic. RF fields are classified as possibly carcinogenic.
Excellent British site with detailed information on EMF, especially power lines. h**p://www.emfs.info/sources/overhead/summaries/
||Posted - 05/11/2019 : 22:41:52
Here's a link to over 149 pages of references to scientific studies!
There's loads of evidence for the harm this stuff causes.
||Posted - 05/18/2018 : 09:40:29
I found a link that exactly says the safety limit exposure.
it says limit for general public is 27.5 for 30-300 MHz.
||Posted - 04/26/2018 : 17:06:33
The char from EPA:
EPA EMF Information:
From US Government National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS),near a power line?
The example of measurement:
||Posted - 04/26/2018 : 17:04:04
For some information from government site:
||Posted - 02/14/2018 : 07:42:37
A possible source document.
There is limited evidence in humans for the carcinogenicity of extremely lowfrequency
magnetic fields in relation to childhood leukaemia.
There is inadequate evidence in humans for the carcinogenicity of extremely lowfrequency
magnetic fields in relation to all other cancers.
There is inadequate evidence in humans for the carcinogenicity of static electric
or magnetic fields and extremely low-frequency electric fields.
There is inadequate evidence in experimental animals for the carcinogenicity of
extremely low-frequency magnetic fields.
No data relevant to the carcinogenicity of static electric or magnetic fields and
extremely low-frequency electric fields in experimental animals were available.
Extremely low-frequency magnetic fields are possibly carcinogenic to humans
Static electric and magnetic fields and extremely low-frequency electric fields are
not classifiable as to their carcinogenicity to humans (Group 3).