mandated radar in all new cars in the U.S.

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mandated radar in all new cars in the U.S.

ekpyrotic
http://emfsafetynetwork.org/stop-radar-in-cars/

A couple of things occurred to me as I read this:

The proposed frequency of transmission of these things is MUCH HIGHER than that of a smart meter.  According to most estimates I am familiar with, smart meters pulse every 20-30 seconds.  In order to serve the purposes for which they are designed (i.e., preventing high speed collisions between automobiles) these things will be pulsing 10 times per second.  So if you are sitting in a car with one of these things you are in a death zone....  I was only mildly EHS until a smart meter was installed downstairs from my bedroom in 2003, at which point I experienced a host of negative symptoms, many of which persisted for a year, and I still retain a relatively significant degree of EHS to this day which all traces back to that smart meter exposure.  
Additionally, it seems to me that even eschewing a vehicle with the radar transmitter installed would not really be a satisfactory option since you will be constantly bombarded by the transmissions from virtually every other car on the road every time you travel as this technology is implemented on a wide scale.

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Lynnezhu
time to look into assisted suicide  for those with EHS, if by then we have no place designated by the government in which to live without emr.

wonder if such would be allowed near Green Bank... Possibly not...so may be really do need to congregate there
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JDark
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GB is great if you are "military healthy and fit". I am frail, almost bedridden and homebound.  I can't drive the icy roads.  There is no organic food there. So it would be a 2 hr. road trip to get food.  1 1/2 hours to conventional grocery store. Then the stores once you get there are full of wifi. So getting home in one piece and not crashing is NOT doable, at least for me. I can't chop and load wood either and am cold sensitive.

There has to be another place to go for those that are not so hardy!  Something we need to come together on, which the ES community has failed so miserably at.
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sake
This is just the beginning. Wirh ToI - things of internet it may go crazy with every device in society connected with wifi.
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