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Should we be concerned about the invisible Electromagnetic fields in our homes & offices?

Scientific studies have shown beyond a doubt that EMF are of great concern.

The words electromagnetic field (EMF) describe the effects of electrical and magnetic forces on our physical world. 198 more words

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Housecheck  … EMF Home Inspections and remediation

You’re serious about protecting your family.  An EMF Inspection will help you understand the risks and give you a plan to reduce your family’s in-home EMF exposure by 60 to 90%. 682 more words

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Electromagnetic Fields

(idea.travel)  While visiting Toronto to speak at the 10th World Congress on Design & Health, I felt an electromagnetic pull toward a power transmission corridor outside the central city. 209 more words

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Engineers create the world's darkest material

Never mind pink – ‘super black’ is the new, well, black.

Engineers at Surrey Nanosystems have created a new ‘super black’ coating. Originally developed for applications in space due to its low mass, ability to withstand a range of temperatures and an incredible absorption rate of 99.96% of incident radiation, it’s found a large number of other applications a bit closer to home. 51 more words

News

Unfortunate News

This whole reversal of the poles is called magnetic deviation. I don’t know why this term is not used in the article. Regardless, however suddenly this magnetic deviation happens, it’s going to play hell with Global Positioning Systems, satellite communications, and anything with a computer chip. 135 more words

Commentary

I RECEIVED THIS AS A COMMENT ON THE KY BLOG FROM SOMEONE NAMED "J" WHO SHALL REMAIN ANONYMOUS HERE:

I RECEIVED THIS AS A COMMENT ON THE KY BLOG FROM SOMEONE NAMED “J” WHO SHALL REMAIN ANONYMOUS HERE:

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ARTICLE ON THE BLOG … 7,794 more words

Government Issues

The relationship between radiation and radioactivity

The main intent behind a dirty bomb is to induce a sense of terror and panic in the local populace. Any bombing is almost certain to achieve this because of the perception of its defining radioactive payload. 135 more words