The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs: How to Fix Our Stupid Use of Technology

January 5, 2020 - Comment

Can you really feel years younger & make unexplained symptoms vanish with the click of a button — the “Airplane Mode” on your cell phone? Investigative Health Journalist Nicolas Pineault used to think this all sounded like something only crazy people wearing tinfoil hats would say. But the overwhelming amount of independent scientific evidence linking

Can you really feel years younger & make unexplained symptoms vanish with the click of a button — the “Airplane Mode” on your cell phone?

Investigative Health Journalist Nicolas Pineault used to think this all sounded like something only crazy people wearing tinfoil hats would say.

But the overwhelming amount of independent scientific evidence linking electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from wireless technologies with increased risks of cancer, infertility, insomnia, and depression sure has the uncanny ability to change a man’s mind.

The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs is a simple and unconventional book that will teach you exactly how to reduce your exposure to this brand new 21st-century pollution without going back to the Stone Age.

You will learn:

What your smartphone, your wifi router and your microwave oven have in common (page 9) Why policy makers and scientists all worldwide don’t agree about whether EMFs are dangerous or not (page 21) Is Electro-Hypersensitivity as popularized in the TV show “Better Call Saul” real? Or is it all psychological? (page 62) Why carrying a cell phone in your pocket can harm your fertility (201 studies prove it) (page 72) The 1-click fix to reduce cellphone EMFs by 84% (page 142) What is safer? Speakerphone, earbuds or a Bluetooth ear piece? (page 155) The #1 worst source of EMF radiation at home (page 160) Why baby monitors are worse than smartphones, and better alternatives (page 208)

It’s true. The jury is still out about whether cellphone radiation is the new smoking or just a temporary scare. But why take chances?

Instead, read The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs — the technological seat belt you might just need to use your new gadgets safely.

Comments

Anonymous says:

NOT your typical EMFs book This book is not what I expected.I have read hundreds of articles and several books on EMFs, and virtually everything I’ve read has one (or more) of several problems:1. It cherry picks the science (i.e. only takes the studies that support one’s views and leaves out the rest)2. It is infused with fear mongering and conspiracy-type stuff3. It’s based on anecdotes and speculation, with very little real scienceThis is the first truly…

Anonymous says:

one of the few books which will both ruin and save your life This book is way ahead of it’s time. WARNING: have your spouse read it before or you will have serious conflicts. I tried implementing some of the simple methods like switching off wifi when not in use, not having an ungrounded lamp a foot from our sleeping infant, etc. Now my wife thinks I am batsh*t crazy.Making changes to a lifestyle centered around electronics is really hard for most people to accept. Everything in this book is correct, just not what people want to hear right now.

Anonymous says:

Inaccurate with lazy, terrible use of citations As someone with a degree in Electrical Engineering who specializes in Electromagnetic radiation, I can say that there are some fundamental flaws with this book. For one, his presentation of electromagnetic waves is inaccurate. More alarming is his terrible use of footnotes, throwing in baseless claims which he passes off as citations, and then citing them with broken links or the home page of a blog with hundreds of pages.He seperates EM waves into “RF”, “Magnetic”, “Electric”,…

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