Power lines are dangerous to be near. They emit EMR
Electro Magnetic Radiation is not a good things to be around.
Recently I talked about not being able to see things but this does not make them not exist. I mentioned the wind that we cannot see yet we know it exists.
We cannot see electricity yet we know it exists. We cannot see electro magnetic radiation yet we know it exists.
Electro magnetic radiation or EMR for short is emitted from many electrical things for example
electricity meter box in your house
transformer boxes in electrical equipment eg in the power cord of your laptop
and the list goes on
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
If you have CFS, ME, CFIDS or any related illness, be extra careful around electrical equipment. Your body is sensitive and can be further exhausted by the radiation of everyday electrical equipment.
For Your Safety
Stay away from these things as much as possible. The further you are from them the more their energy dissipates.
When your microwave is going, EMR is emitted from it to a range of about one metre.
I have used a special meter to check all the electrical equipment in our house.
You can read more about it in my book Allergies and Chronic Fatigue A Natural Approach.
Living near power lines is not good for you. I hope for your sake that you do not live near lines like you see in the picture.
Child Care Centres
When choosing a Child Care Centre for your child, do not choose one directly beneath large powerlines. I have seen these centres built there. Do you really want your delicate little child being subjected to radiation for 8 or 10 hours a day? Would you like to be subjected to radiation for this time each day?
I am a trained Natural Therapist, Teacher, published Author and Artist who lives on the south eastern coast of Australia.
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