Recently, I heard a podcast interview where the self-proclaimed expert advised clients to add metallic objects to their environment because they will help with electro-sensitivity symptoms. He based this on a test which he did not describe, to lay out the "science" for another new material claiming to adsorb RFR and miraculously keep it from getting to people. I do not make any claims on whether or not this material absorbs radio frequencies, since all materials, to my knowledge, absorb radio frequencies to one degree or another.
Here is what I do know, regarding this:
1) There are so many ways to interpret physical phenomena, experiments, and data.
2) If you are standing between a radio signal and an EMF absorbent material, the signal has to pass through you before it can get to the shield behind you. In NYC, RFR come from every direction.
3) Even the most intelligent PhD's make fundamental mistakes, especially when operating outside their field of expertise.
The concept of metal and electromagnetism has been an area of personal interest and is one that I see as being confusing for most. When it comes to my own mitigation practices, the bottom line is does this make sound scientific sense and how are clients and I feeling after we mitigate.
Yes. Metallic objects act as antenna for radio frequencies. An antenna also absorbs EMF. What is incorrect is that it makes it "better" for a person to have more metal in their environment.
1) A metal object won't emit RF, but will reflect RF.
2) Because RF is electromagnetism, metal objects, iron in particular, will fill the core of the solenoid effect of RFR and amplify the intensity. This is how and why electromagnets become up to hundreds of times more powerful when an iron core is inserted inside a solenoid coil. This proprietary diagram spells this out: Iron Core Solenoid
3) Iron Core transformers can also exponentially increase voltage.
As long as we have EMF in our world, we will always have guys showing up looking and sounding like experts telling us they have the newest and best material that can shield us from the harmful effects of EMF.
But, it's not the material. Many materials block out RFR. It's the application and the fundamental problems with the application that are the problem. For example: grounding pads or RFR-blocking clothing.
The bottom line is that before you go out and spend your hard-earned money on the latest "thing," be sure that it has been checked out by a reputable EMF expert and try to learn more about the shielding differences between different frequencies...or, just ask ELEXANA LLC.
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