venerdì 21 luglio 2017

Un nuovo firm americano sulla elettrosensibilità


Oggi disponibile un docu-film della RT America di 52 min che parla del Wifi degli effetti sul nostro corpo e sul pianeta e degli elettrosensibili, intervistando diversi cittadini americani.




https://rtd.rt.com/films/wi-fi-refugees/


giovedì 6 luglio 2017

Un elettrosensibile inglese vive in un palazzo abbandonato e trattato come 'pazzo' dalle autorità


Qui http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-40497411
il link ad un articolo su BBC.

Questo povero ES è in condizione tali da riuscire a vivere in un palazzo senza acqua, luce, bagni ...

Pur non riconoscendo la EHS il 'Council' (quindi gli assistenti sociali del comune) gli hanno riconosciuto 12000£ anno come supporto , ma non lo ritengono in grado di gestire questa somma.

 Gli hanno offerto altre collocazioni , rifiutate (non spiegano il perché ma immaginiamo noi il perché !).

Brutta storia

martedì 31 gennaio 2017

Da ricercatore e manager di grandi società informatiche a .... elettrosensibile

http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2016/12/silicon-valley-cellphones-wifi-sickness-emf-hypersensitivity

qui un articolo che parla di un personaggio americano che è vissuto e fatto carriera nel mondo di ... Excite, Silicon Graphics, Netfix, Google e che quindi aveva sempre preso per idiota chi pensasse ai danni provenienti dalle  radiofrequenze a ... scoprirsi elettrosensibile !

che brutti scherzi ti fa la vita !!!

giovedì 29 dicembre 2016

Un lucano elettrosensibile

Un articolo su giornale locale che riporta la esperienza di vita di un elettrosensibile della provincia di Potenza

Ex.infermiera inglese costretta a fuggire



https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2448817/ex-nurse-claims-shes-unable-to-leave-the-house-due-to-her-painful-allergy-to-tv-phone-and-internet-signals/

Un ex-infermiera è stata costretta a fuggire in campagna nel Somerset (UK) perché telefoni, wifi, TV le provocano emicrania, stanchezza.

La condizione che il giornale chiama come 'bizzarra' l'ha portata a cambiare due volte la casa dopo che un'antenna è stata eretta vicino al prima casa.
Lei ricorda che aveva problemi anche quando aveva 16 anni se vicino al TV.  Ovviamente amplificano negli anni successivi.




AN EX-NURSE has been forced to live in Somerset because wifi signals “feel like a laser” in her brain.
Kim De’Atta says TV, phone and wifi electromagnetic waves give her migraines and leave her tired and sick.
The bizarre condition has forced her to flee two homes after mobile phone masts were erected nearby.
Kim claims her problems started when she was 16 and living in south London and she started to become ill when she was near TVs.
It got worse a few years later when she was working as a staff nurse in intensive care and she bought a mobile phone so she could be contacted in an emergency.

She said: “The first time I put it up to my head it was like a laser going into my brain.
“Every time I put it up to my head I got the pain.”
After learning more about electrosensitivity, she realised her problems were being caused by waves emitted from mobile phones, televisions, Wi-Fi and electronic devices.
Nowadays, Kim sleeps under a special shielded net and wears it over her head on the rare times she leaves home.

lunedì 17 ottobre 2016

la storia di una giornalista americana diventata elettrosensibile

Wed., Oct. 12, 2016
EMF Victim Suffers “Electrified Torture”
By 
 
Alison Main, editor-in-chief of the Notre Dame yearbook in 2000, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, found herself “electrified” by radiation three years ago.
Alison MainAlison Main
Main, who is a freelance creative director in New York, became hyper-sensitive to sources of radiation in her apartment including her computer, Wi-Fi, cordless phone and a “microfiber electrically-charged, chemically-infused synthetic” loveseat that she had just purchased.
She began to experience “debilitating neurological and immunological symptoms in the presence of radiofrequency transmissions [such as] wireless routers, cellphones, Bluetooth devices, tablets, game consoles, smart tech and cell towers, low frequency fields from computers, televisions, engines, wiring and power lines, and dirty electricity—the high-frequency micro-surges that ride on top of our otherwise clean electric current, such as our power grid, LED lights (light-emitting diode, a two-lead semiconductor light source) variable speed air conditioning units, and other seemingly innocuous items.”
She wrote about her experience for the June 23, 2016 Notre Dame Magazine. The essay has been picked up by Facebook and other social media.
Radiation health advocates who have studied Main’s affliction with EHS (electro-magnetic hyper-sensitivity) say there many sources of EMF including the metal springs in bed mattresses and couches that  “act as antennas."
Fled to Upstate Farm, Other Locations
The flight from symptoms that included “numbness, tingling, muscle twitching, vertigo, loss of balance, pressurized headaches, spinal pain, rashes, insomnia, memory lapses, cognitive dysfunction, altered heart rate, tinnitus, fatigue, gastrointestinal distress and urological spasms—for starters” included spending time in “safe places” such as a shed on an upstate New York farm, a remote cottage in Rhode Island, a friend’s car in her driveway, or a pew in a church.
She has discovered a network of “EHS comrades around the globe” including former designers, lawyers, bankers, pilots, teachers and students. They have been forced to leave their careers, schools, homes, family, friends and community and their financial worth, she says.
They have to “go off the grid in order to heal, to seek peace within their bodies, to make the pain stop, to be able to breathe again, think again, sleep again, exist again…they’ve slept in their own cars and in shacks and tents in the wilderness.”
A “trick” they have given her is to have a computer with a solid state drive that is used with a wired external keyboard and wired mouse.
She holds a B.A. in English and economics from Notre Dame and a Certification in Graphic and Digital Design from the Parsons School of Design, New York.