"Electromagnetic compatibility" on wikipedia

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"Electromagnetic compatibility" on wikipedia

Plop Plop
I tried to update wikipedia  a number of times to include EHS issues but they would not let me.

Check out         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_compatibility

This gives a surprising number of ringing bells to my mind with what we are struggling with.

It seems gadgets get space for understanding on wikipedia when humans do not. Well its money is not it!
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Karl
Plop Plop wrote
It seems gadgets get space for understanding on wikipedia when humans do not.
Something like that happened with tobacco years ago. I'm not old enough to remember it, but I've heard that it was common for the mainframe room at big companies to be the only non-smoking room.
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Plop Plop
So many parallels.  Its a shame we cannot convince the wiki establishment that humans are bio-electrical. Half our food goes to making electricity.  We suffer the same problems as all other electrical devices. Its a shame doctors are not better educated. Or that the definition of electrical pollutions cannot be allowed to be applied to the human experience.  I think we should apply to have this updated to include us too.
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Plop Plop
I do not think of EHS as an illness but rather a response to pollution. The law and doctors should be responding to this fact appropriately but are clearly corrupt or incompetent. This truth may be unfortunate for share prices but not as unfortunate as it is for its sufferers. Where is the independence and objectivity of science? Equally so with wikipedia that refuses to include facts for corrupted reasons.