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Resources for Individuals Sensitive to EMF’s May 23, 2007

Posted by healthyself in Dental Fillings, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, EMF Exposure, EMF Research, EMF's, Mercury, Resources, Toxic, Toxic Interactions, toxicity, Toxin.
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Chemical injury Information Network
Cynthia Wilson, Director,

PO Box 301,

White Sulphur Springs MT 59645.

The  Electromagnetic Research Foundation,

c/o Dr. Duane Dahlberg, 1317 Sixth Ave. N.,

Moorhead MN 56560.

Disability Council of the White Mountains
,

c/o Susan Molloy,

PO Box 483,

Snowflake AZ 85937.

EMR Network,

Janet Newton,President,

PO Box 221,

Marshfield VT 05658.

Heavy Metal Bulletin:
international forum focusing on immunotoxic effects of dental fillings and related disorders,

Monica Kauppi, Editor,

Lilla Aspuddsv. 10, S-12649
Hagersten, Sweden
.

Electromagnetic Radiation Task Force Canada,

Milt Bowling, Director,

3570 Corsica Way, Vancouver BC,

V5S 4J3, Canada.

Council on Wireless Technology Impact,

Libby Kelley, Executive Director, PMB 206,
936-B 7th St., Novato CA 94945. –


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1. Brian - February 15, 2011

With a key chain remote that can promote a minor to moderate dump to an individuals sensory information, I can only wonder how far commercial products can evolve. Okay, I could build a devise to detect incoming frequencies, but the sensors alone are harder to find. So…where can I find a portable devise that can detect telepathic frequencies whether they derive from natural or artificial projections ?


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