Tips to Cut Down Toxic Computer Exposure

Burn OutMy 9 Tips To Cut Down On Exposure To Computer Radiation
By Lloyd Burrell (2010)

Who doesn’t use a computer today? I happily live without a cell phones but I’d find it very hard to get by without using a computer – especially for writing this blog! But computers are not as harmless as they might seem.

Whether you are electro-sensitive or just eager to take protective measures to protect you and your family here are my (started off as 9 tips but has now grown) tips on how to best reduce radiation from your laptop or desktop PC. Continue reading


Torture and Peanuts

Complementary BraceletWant Some Torture with Your Peanuts?
Aviation Security

by Jeffrey Denning, Washington Times, 2008

Just when you thought you’ve heard it all…

A senior government official with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has expressed great interest in a so-called safety bracelet that would serve as a stun device, similar to that of a police Taser®. According to this promotional video found at the Lamperd Less Lethal, Inc. website, the bracelet would be worn by all airline passengers. Continue reading

Why Fry Your Brain

Cell Phone Brain DangerIs Wi-Fi frying our brains? Fears that cloud of ‘electrosmog’ could be harming humans
By Alasdair Philips (2010)

Research in the Netherlands suggested that outbreaks of bleeding bark and dying leaves which have blighted the country’s urban trees may be caused by radiation from the Wi-Fi ­networks now so integral to life in offices, schools and homes.

As a qualified electronics engineer, I am not surprised by such findings. I have long been concerned about the harmful effects of the ­electro-magnetic radiation emitted not only by Wi-Fi devices Continue reading

Scienthetic Telepathy

Synthetic Telepathy; The ESP of Espionage
by Tim Rifat
Extracted from Nexus Magazine, Feb/March 1997


An article in New Scientist has described how Japanese scientists are beginning to read P300 brainwaves electronically, with a view to developing computers to scan the brain for verbal content. At present, this research has been able to match up only a handful of words that pass through the subject’s brain.

There has been much anecdotal reference to a super-secret group in the US military which has developed the means of electronically scanning the brain to read the subvocalisation that passes through Continue reading