EHS (Electronic Hypersensitivity Syndrome) and its connection to Electrosmog is the main subject in this extensive film (Wifi Refugees) by RT Documentaries.
We have been asked many times if there was any scientific explanation that our technology and products work. Alongside years of happy clients and a satisfaction rate of over 95% we have now had the privilege of being scientifically explained by the German Research Institute for Resonance Phenomena.
There has been much debate about why some people can feel Electrosmog/EMFs/HF etc. and why some others cannot. It has led to many people being ridiculed and belittled because their ability to feel the influences has not been reciprocated. Here is some exciting new research that shows that everyone who can feel the electric fields are truthfully sensing them:
There is a new technology that is about to hit our shelves. uBeam claims that it has found a way to wirelessly charge devices. It is regarded as being the holy grail of consumer electronics since Nikola Tesla discovered wireless power transfer.
On the same day that the EC's SCENIHR released their long-awaited report  that concluded that we should not worry about any adverse health effects of EMF/RF fields, a new well conducted replication study  shows that long-term 3G/UMTS microwave exposure can act as a co-carcinogen and statistically significantly increase cancer growth at very low [...]
This is the New England Pagoda. The supporting buildings of the Pagoda are harmonized by Swiss Harmony. On February 1st we got a request to harmonize the Peace Pagoda near Leverett, MA. It is the New England's Buddhist monastery & active peace movement center that has many visitors a year. The Buddhist monks of the Nipponzan [...]
The CarTuner was initially developed to neutralise electro-smog in the car and to counteract symptoms like drowsiness, road rage, micro-sleep and irritability. After getting reports that the fuel consumption is also reduced, we decided to undertake a challenge to get some answers. We planned a trip from London to Edinburgh and back to test how [...]
Original Post on: Natural Society by Anthony Gucciardi on October 27th, 2013 The average phone per person ratio inside of the United States is around 1.57, meaning that there are more cellphones in the nation than there are people — and the numbers are climbing. In the past, we have seen a number of alarming studies regarding the [...]