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Nikolaj Holtermann
Dear Marc,

What a pleasant surprise, to find this new list.
I have been searching for one as well, but agree with you, that
electrosensitive persons computer problems is an obstacle.

I am EHS (Electrohypersensitive) and heavy metal/amalgam poisoned
also. I am heavily copper- besides the mercury-poisoning, and copper
is interesting, when considering EHS and EMF-EMR (Electromagnetic
Fields and Radiation) due to the very high conductivity of this
metal. This causes the electrons to move readily when exposed to
external fields, and internal fields and currents will be produced.
Increased free radical activity is associated with this leading to
degenerative conditions.


Best wishes,

Nikolaj Holtermann in Copenhagen, Denmark

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Marc Martin
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>I am EHS (Electrohypersensitive) and heavy metal/amalgam poisoned
>also. I am heavily copper- besides the mercury-poisoning, and copper
>is interesting, when considering EHS and EMF-EMR (Electromagnetic
>Fields and Radiation) due to the very high conductivity of this
>metal.

Actually, copper is interesting to me as well. I had a naturapath
do a hair mineral analysis on me several years ago. My mercury
readings were high, but not terribly so. My copper readings
however were off the scale -- like 100 times above normal! Of
course, the doctor concluded that the test results must be wrong,
but I always wondered... maybe the test results were right,
as indeed copper would make me a great conductor of electricity!

Of course, if you read books on mercury poisoning, you will find
something called mercury-induced copper toxicity. So it all
could be related -- or not!

Marc

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Re: Copper

Nikolaj Holtermann
I believe most copper poisonings from amalgam is caused by the high copper-amalgam fillings used for many years, at least in Northern Europe. So, it doesn't have to be mercury-induced. There is plenty copper in amalgam, whichis very readily moveable - being many times more conductive than mercury.

Nikolaj

> Of course, if you read books on mercury poisoning, you will find
something called mercury-induced copper toxicity. So it all
could be related -- or not!

> Marc

 
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Marc Martin
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Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 8:52 PM
Subject: [eSens] Re: Copper


>I am EHS (Electrohypersensitive) and heavy metal/amalgam poisoned
>also. I am heavily copper- besides the mercury-poisoning, and copper
>is interesting, when considering EHS and EMF-EMR (Electromagnetic
>Fields and Radiation) due to the very high conductivity of this
>metal.

Actually, copper is interesting to me as well. I had a naturapath
do a hair mineral analysis on me several years ago. My mercury
readings were high, but not terribly so. My copper readings
however were off the scale -- like 100 times above normal! Of
course, the doctor concluded that the test results must be wrong,
but I always wondered... maybe the test results were right,
as indeed copper would make me a great conductor of electricity!

Of course, if you read books on mercury poisoning, you will find
something called mercury-induced copper toxicity. So it all
could be related -- or not!

Marc

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