AT&T is the primary provider of internet service for many communities in the United States. Unfortunately, their gateway modem is a very powerful emitter of microwave radiation and they do not allow non-AT&T modems to be used in their system. With other internet companies, such as Comcast, you can purchase your own wired modem that… Read More
I enjoy sharing stories of businesses that are thriving while bucking the current wireless trend. Once such business is Equator Coffee in Mill Valley, California: Recently, I had the opportunity to spend some time in Mill Valley and noticed that hardly anyone in this very popular cafe was on a laptop. How could this be?… Read More
I had the opportunity to write about creating a healthy home for Common Ground Magazine this month. I focused on the four types of electromagnetic fields that you want to check for in your home. I have included a short video below that shows you how to measure EMFs. Hopefully this will help you create a healthier home… Read More
This week the New York Times published an article questioning the safety of wearable wireless devices such as the new Apple Watch. I thought the tech writer, Nick Bilton, wrote a thoughtful piece that pointed out some issues with wireless technology. Namely, that we probably shouldn’t be wearing microwave radiation transmitters on our bodies all day…. Read More
Bluetooth headsets have become quiet popular the past year due to the obvious convenience and “cool factor” that wireless companies are promoting. However, the question so many people are asking is whether they are safe? That is what this article explores. To begin, the following two videos will help you see what Bluetooth radiation (next… Read More
This is certainly a positive development. . . The future of hotels is here, and there is much less WiFi. A front page article in the Financial Times this week reported that Villa Stephanie, a German luxury hotel, has introduced a WiFi kill switch that can block all microwave radiation from entering a guest’s room. The hotel has put a copper… Read More
There are simple, effective steps that you can take to reduce your EMF exposure while on a laptop computer. The following are the steps you can take: Image 1: The typical way that laptop computers are used. There are a few things that are wrong with this picture: The laptop is connected to the internet… Read More
Most appliances are now considered “smart” because they can be connected to the internet. This article explains how you can disable this function in your home. Coming soon. . . but here are some videos to get you started.