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Radiofrequencies in Cars
As shown in the diagram attached below, the trend toward incorporating wireless systems into all passenger cars suggests a growing risk for electrosensitive persons. In addition to controlling general operation, these stream an ever-increasing multitude of data back to the manufacturer, software providers and various Government agencies.
Practical alternatives include public transport (Wi-Fi free), an older model vehicle, a bicycle or lifestyle walking. Due to their relative simplicity, motorcycles and scooters might also be expected to produce less RF.
While the above precautions may reduce close range exposure, surrounding traffic remains a contributing factor. Additional to this, combustion engines have always emitted radiation from their high voltage ignition system. The orchestrated move to electric power will simply replace the latter with strong magnetic fields from the motor itself, and yet more electronic processing.
I wouldn't recommend public transport to anyone who is sensitive to mobile phone frequencies. You could find yourself trapped in a tin can with 100 mobile phones. Travelling by public transport takes a toll on my health and the wi-fi is probably the least of my concerns in that case. Another thing about public transport that concerns me is the card swipers on board. These can be near the doors of buses/trams and handheld by ticket inspectors.
Years ago I was reading about a number of people fainting on peak hour trains and the fainters were puzzled as to why they were suddenly fainting when they had no history of it. Hello? 100 mobile phones irradiating you!
Regarding EMR in cars, I had heard several years ago that hybrid cars emit high levels of EMR, I believe under the driver seat, ie cables or something running from the front to the rear of the vehicle. Also, steel radial tyres are a problem. Also, I believe the worst part of a train to sit in is over the wheels.
No wonder we need driverless cars. People are so brain-addled by RF inside the car that they can't focus on their driving. This isn't even taking into account the RF they are exposed to before getting into the car and its residual effects.
Some time ago I was talking to a truck driver who had been forced to go onto the dole because all of a sudden he was having near misses while driving, as well as insomnia and depression. At the time electricity smart meters were being rolled out in his area, and his symptoms were the classic smart meter/RF symptoms.
And this is all before the 5G storm, with 5G masts installed on road sides to enable driverless cars.
While walking and bike riding have got to be better than sitting next to a multitude of mobile phones, there is the exposure to mobile phone masts, electricity infrastructure and other sources of EMR to be considered. I have witnessed a series of people collapsing in a very small area because they had just walked over underground high voltage powerlines. Plus that area is probably a radiaion hot spot due to other wireless infrastructure.
Power companies are hiding electricity substations under schools and public parks, for crying out loud. What you don't know can't hurt you, can it? So why do they call it the nocebo effect when multiple people insist on passing out right where the invisible high voltage powerlines are located?
You are not alone. According to certain experts, over 35% of the world’s population feels some form of unwanted reaction to EMR exposure. Additionally, everyone is susceptible to induced biological abnormalities that may not manifest perceptibly for years or even decades.