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Jonnyloosegain
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# Posted: 17 Jan 2017 18:21 - Edited by: Jonnyloosegain
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What if the public doesn't know what normal life feels like? Because normal level benchmarks are becoming rare to experience because everywhere is blanketed with an immense electric smog that pertains even over once thought peaceful areas.
This immense electric blanket is said to be 98%-100% coverage of the UK alone thanks to telecom industry targets for reception coverage.
How do we contrast normality when there is no where to contrast the electro smog against?
How does the public grow aware of the issue?
The public might accept that this stress is normal, with culture adapting to it - by it being worse. It grows mildly psychotic and this becomes a common theme in our culture.

From experience even the slightest added artificial EMF is not safe/not wanted. Numerically speaking roughly what we want is 0.00000001 something but all of us are millions times higher or billions times this.
Normalcy is starting to feel hard to imagine.
With our desire to live we carry on with our tiring bodies forcing a personality change in all of us in order to change efficiency patterns to relief stress.

I went for a long walk today with a major phone mast installation in sight the whole way except for a portion where it becomes hid by big mounds of sand.
I felt relieved and reminded of what Earth feels like (nice) but the air above me still felt threatening.
Its just too hard to find a feeling of normalcy for people and even harder to find a home in normal radiation levels.

The UK has become a case of, what is normal if normal doesn't exist?

Normal radiation levels does exist in the UK but there is probably only very few areas best preserved.
When you throw a rock in a big still body of water its ripples extend for way beyond the impact zone. This is what a phone mast is like. The ripples keep on going, just like radio waves from stars and how they still reach Earth even though they are billions of miles away.

ann
# Posted: 2 Apr 2017 16:20
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You are so right. People no longer know what is normal feeling of contentment. I think that is why the connection is not being made between the EMFs and their 'feelings' of stress. They don't remember a time when they were not under the 'influence'. They don't remember a time when their nervous illness started because they had it from an early age. Depression, mental illness have become a way of life. And any celebrity who opens up about their mental condition confirms the new norm!
I often think about this because there is always something about stress and mental illness in 'The Times' on Saturday and then the person often says that they are better. Then I think how are they better without realising that it is the microwaves emitted from their wireless gadgets that are the cause and removing these? But some admit it is the tablets that are making them better. Good luck to them but a lifetime of medication is not good. Sadly, if they reduced their use of wireless gadgets they will probably feel better!
And I feel totally disenfranchised about this.
(I only read The Times on Saturday and takes me most of the week!)

Jonnyloosegain
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# Posted: 7 Apr 2017 11:16 - Edited by: Jonnyloosegain
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You are so right. People no longer know what is normal feeling of contentment. I think that is why the connection is not being made between the EMFs and their 'feelings' of stress. They don't remember a time when they were not under the 'influence'. They don't remember a time when their nervous illness started because they had it from an early age. Depression, mental illness have become a way of life. And any celebrity who opens up about their mental condition confirms the new norm!I often think about this because there is always something about stress and mental illness in 'The Times' on Saturday and then the person often says that they are better. Then I think how are they better without realising that it is the microwaves emitted from their wireless gadgets that are the cause and removing these? But some admit it is the tablets that are making them better. Good luck to them but a lifetime of medication is not good. Sadly, if they reduced their use of wireless gadgets they will probably feel better! And I feel totally disenfranchised about this. (I only read The Times on Saturday and takes me most of the week!)
The level of mistakes and misdiagnosis's being made out of the use of invisible microwave technology must be in the millions daily.
I am on medication for 'drug induced psychosis'. The scariest fact is, when I use microwave shield technology the feeling of being 'watched' is gone.
Yes that is how scary this society is now, wrong treatments are being made with very ill snowball effects.
When I used to go for a walk in the moors, in the valleys (no phone mast) during the height of my psychosis I swore that my ''illness'' was gone! I actually said to myself am cured, let go back home and be happy like I am feeling now. Only to be met with a fuzzy feeling that was tiring, my mood soured and my psychosis pertained ever more.

Here I am today with a anti-psychotic, when I am met with 0.0000001 v/m2 I am happy ole jonny, innocent and sweet with vigor of a mountain, put me in chronic exposure to 2.020 v/m2 and you got a depressed, lowly, soured man.

We got monkeys running the show and poo being flung everywhere in the authorities. They invent microwave technology, get excited and stick it everywhere and blame nothing on it.
Instead we have no accurate treatment plans and no accurate blame games for any arguments.

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 8 Apr 2017 02:36
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They invent microwave technology, get excited and stick it everywhere and blame nothing on it. Instead we have no accurate treatment plans and no accurate blame games for any arguments.

Succinctly put, as ever Jonny.

Jonnyloosegain
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# Posted: 9 Apr 2017 13:40
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Thank you Ericgeneric.

plopplop
# Posted: 19 May 2017 10:47
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I was very ill for 25 years in London and then moved to the middle of nowhere in France and got very much better. I think just cos there are virtually no signals here. I met a french hippy ex electrician who told me to stay away from the lecky and not to sleep in it, and my life was 1000% better for this advice. I turn off the mains every night and life is the best ever but I still cannot go into the towns or on big roads without feelin shite after.
I went back to the UK last year with my meter and it was on the opposite side of the log scale while I was there. It was like a giant jamming signal. I have a hope it was just cos it stopped working only while I was there. Normal again when I got back. I am going back to the UK soon and am bricking it about how sick it will make me. Leaving the EU is probably the worst thing ever for the ES as the EU was your last escape. They all have zone blancs but the UK does not. It takes a year out of the radiations to see how much you can recover and how much permanent damage has been done. Or so say the french doctors. Permanent exposure causes irreversible brain damage. YOU MUST GET OUT OF THE RADIATION OR ELSE!

wokinglad
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# Posted: 24 May 2017 13:03
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plopplop, im sure most of that was other factors, when you moved to france did you have less stress, less work, more sun, exercise, better food, etc etc etc

plopplop
# Posted: 27 May 2017 18:33
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Believe me finding your self ill as stranger in a strange land is not stress free. Nor is dealing with the French. I got ME every time I went back to the UK cos of a neighbor with a PLASMA TV and then got it again when my neighbor got a PLASMA TV here. Now I sleep in my cave or Faraday box truck and I have never been better until I go back to the electro smog swamp that is the UK. There is more outside here that helps getting away from dirty electricity in house wiring. I still live on tin curry here as they don't have curry here. Or digestive biscuits. No tea for dunking.

plopplop
# Posted: 27 May 2017 19:20
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When I was a NHS Auditor we used to say "Pay peanuts and you get monkeys". Sadly these monkeys determine our lives and they have their hands out to industry obviously. The BMA roached the ethics rule book and now 30+% of pensions are in microwaves. We have been sold out cheap. What do you think caused this post 2008 recession? Its electro pollutions. None of the economic tricks work any more cos the cause is a massive loss of functional capacity of humans cos there being microwaved. You cant even trick us into stepping up a gear any more.

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