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Hello from new member

bluebonnet
Hello everyone,

I just joined the group and have already learned a lot from reviewing
the archives.

Like many list members, I developed ES after years of working on a
computer all day. My ES has spread to power lines, phones, most cars,
etc., and to chemical sensitivity.

I now use an LCD monitor specially shileded for ES by
wwww.milligauss.com.

I'm looking forward to participating in group discussion

bluebonnet

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Re: zero radiation LCD monitors

Marc Martin
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>I now use an LCD monitor specially shileded for ES by
>wwww.milligauss.com.

I'm curious -- are the monitors sold at this company really any better than
an LCD monitor you would buy at the local computer store? By "better", I
mean less problematic for someone with ES?

I remember several years ago this company was selling LCD monitors that
were 13", monochrome, and didn't have any LCD backlight. Looks like times
have changed....

Marc

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Re: zero radiation LCD monitors

bluebonnet
Marc,

the short answer to your question is--I don't know if it's better. I
wasn't in a position to do trial and error, so I bought what another
ES was able to use. I've had no problem with its EMFs (chemical
fumes were a problem). Of the four other LCD monitors I've used, all
of them ordinary off-the-shelf, I could tolerate three of them, at
least for a short time.

Mine is 14-1/2", color, with speakers, bought five years ago.

bluebonnet



--- In [hidden email], Marc Martin <marc@u...> wrote:
> >I now use an LCD monitor specially shileded for ES by
> >wwww.milligauss.com.
>
> I'm curious -- are the monitors sold at this company really any
better than
> an LCD monitor you would buy at the local computer store?
By "better", I
> mean less problematic for someone with ES?
>
> I remember several years ago this company was selling LCD monitors
that
> were 13", monochrome, and didn't have any LCD backlight. Looks
like times
> have changed....
>
> Marc

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