Difficulty finding out if we're reacting to EMF or chemicals.
I'm going to try to succinct a very long story,
but my wife and I are moving onto an 11 acre plot of land. I've been noticing the property makes me very sick, and it's the first time I've actually been able to notice outdoors bothering me. Normally I'm bothered by anything chemical or mold related, but I've been unable to verify if I'm sensitive to EMF or not.
I bought the Cornet ED-78s last year, and the RF00, LF 30 and LF 600 levels all are at the lowest levels they can read.
There is no industry for 15+ miles, it's a very rural piece of property, there is a cell tower 0.4 miles away (Alltel), there is nothing that creates pollutants that I can see, there is a soybean crop and a pond directly next to the property.
So... is there another type of EMF that could be making us ill that the Cornet isn't capable of reading?
I start reacting within seconds of being at the property, my mind goes blank, can't even add simple numbers, later my face will burn and appear mildly sunburnt, my digestion will start failing, my breathing will start going into apnea and my oxygen levels drop... tons more symptoms as well...
But we're at a loss. I can't imagine what toxin could be outdoors, and at such a strong level that it causes me to react within seconds, but... what do I know.
Re: Difficulty finding out if we're reacting to EMF or chemicals.
Might it have been used as an illegal dumping ground for some thing? It may be pesticide. Some times they get the mix wrong. Can you get a soil sample analysed? When you bought it did they have to give any surveys or guarantees? It sound pretty serious. If you look in Spectrum Analyzers? by Romana I tell you how to make a cheap spectrum analyser but it is slow but very specific to frequencies like TETRA.
My Cornet says nothing and I am still ill because I am more sensitive than it is. I like my Tenmars-195 but the project above is more sensitive cheaper and more specific. Try EMR shielding. If it works its EMR. If not its something else. Simples. I have found proper thick Ali bubble wrap very protecting. I have a sack to sleep in during EMR storms. They cost very little to make. They stop all radio and MWs.
Any sound from the ED78S with the sound on? 0.4 miles is too close, I am surprised you are saying it's not picking up anything. Maybe it's broken? What is RF00?
Symptoms you are describing sound to me like RF. You can get a ESmog Spion from eBay but it's expensive, it finds things that Cornet does not.
Or just hire somebody.. I'd be testing into the 0-20GHZ range to be sure, which is not easily tested unless you spend a lot of $$ on equipment, but pros would have the equipment.
Also I'd get a geiger counter and run it for a few days continuously to make sure there is no radiation coming out of the soil or blowing toward you from who knows where...
You could have high radon also, but the geiger will catch that too.
If that was farmland, then it was sprayed with chemicals for sure.. so that could be it as well, the pesticides they use are very bad. If you feel like that on every corner of the land, then the cell tower can be eliminated as the cause and it means it's very likely the soil making you sick. Also, since you don't have this happen elsewhere, it further makes me think it's not the tower and more to do with the soil or gasses coming out of the soil..
If you want to test EMF sensitivity, you can go stand next to a cell tower 100-600ft is good, for 30min-1hour..
Can you stand there an hour with no problems? Can you sleep that night properly?..
That's the most noticeable/easy test in my opinion.. although if you really are EMF sensitive, it might take a few days to recover. I've done this "test" unknowingly, and it's not fun.
But, you will know just how sensitive you are, at least to cellular frequencies.
Maybe go on your property and make a video of the ED78 with sound turned on so we can see your level and hear it. You can have a very low level, like 0.0200 and have problems.. these meters are more reliable by noise than number displayed.
Re: Difficulty finding out if we're reacting to EMF or chemicals.
I think people above gave you some good hints.
Another hint is chemtrails, full of aluminum, barium, strontium. Full, dr. Klinghardt is showing analysis of heavy metals of his patients recently, and he finds these 3 metals in extreme high concentration in most people.
where are they coming? He sent soil and water analysis to some labs and they do find high amounts of such heavy metals in many places. How did they get there?
There are a few PubMed papers on chemtrails. It's not anymore 'conspiration theory' or whatever imagined story.
Breathing them = they go directly to the brain.
Have you also looked into glyphosate + Dicamba? Dicamba is said to be easily spread through air, and kill most plants in the neighboring areas. In the US, some farmers are suing neighbors due to Dicamba (another very potent herbicide).
One study said that it can be up to 400 times more toxic to plants than Round Up (glyphosate), that already cause a lot of damage.
I think Dicamba is something like Agent Orange + Glyphosate...
I was thinking that your reaction is way too fast, so it looks like poisoning (extreme allergy / intolerance to substances like I mention above) or something more electrical (but a strong Esmog, like others suggest).
In my experience, once your body gets to know the harm of a certain frequency (a certain car e-smog, your bedroom e-smog, your computer e-smog, whatever your body got used to), the reaction may happen very fast.
New E-smog frequencies can take time for the body to feel sick, but I react very fast to frequencies my body recognizes as harmful.
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