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chupa38
Thanks so much!
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NoRadiationForYou
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I looked at the webpage, and it seems that the mining access point has a total power conception of 5W, the RF signal that it is emitting is much lower, probably around 0.1W.
SO the effect should be the same to one , or maybe several WIFI routers.
You need a better RF meter, and to start understanding what it going on, what RF sources around you, how much RF is coming from the below apartment, how much from the street and how much from your own equipment.
Only then you will be able to start understanding what is going on, and what to do.
Right now it seems to me that you are doing a lot of guessing and don't take into consideration all the possible factors.
Amir Borenstein
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chupa38
Thank-you! Your right about me guessing thats why ive come here for help. I have that meter on order and should get here soon. What about the 90mg emf weighted reading I got from neighbors window? The thing is these devices are powered by one wifi router to provide them the necessary internet to share up to 2 miles away via RF. So if he has 3 (something ive seen other helium miners mention as the typical amount they have in their home), then they could have 4 wifi router equivilent devices? That cant be good. Can you tell from that website if a user has 1, 2, 3, or 100 of those hotspots?
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chupa38
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Hello,

The Cornet ED88T Plus arrived. I took readings throughout the house. I took a video of the results and posted it on YouTube here (private url not monetized fwiw): https://youtu.be/G-xH77W30_Y

Incidentally I forgot to turn off the TV but the meter still reads high in this area for RF. Additionally I took the meter out to our utility room where the A/C Furnace unit is and got only low Green RF Readings. The bedroom where the larger bed is near the beginning of the video (not my room where I sleep) is where 8 smart meters are on the outside wall directly downstairs on the neighbors wall. The back bedroom is probably 30 feet from another 8 smart meters which are placed downstairs and on a corner of the building near nother neighbors unit. Ive noticed the readings fluxuate a lot. I think the living room is bad in general and I think its the new neighbors wifi but they could have the helium hotspot devices located here. I have no idea but I find it weird. The room that I sleep in with the computer (which is all wired, ethernet, wired keyboard, mouse, etc) seems to be low on RF. This is the room the neighbor works out of and is in their computing at the very least (from observations of him at a computer desk with his window open when I was returning to my unit). What I find odd is that with my room being low on RF why am I getting that pressure using a computer that is 6 feet away with a monitor 3 feet away. Everything is wired, no bluetooth and no wifi.

Additionally what do you think about ear wax and its effect on emf sensitivity? The last time I had this issue I was having an earwax build up problem. I removed it with one of those scoops you can buy at the pharmacy and within a couple weeks the emf sensitivity went away. The doctor I saw on Saturday did mention I had excessive earwax. I think I will go have it professionally removed and see what happens.

I was at a public park nearby (we have this system of parks called metro parks which are places for nature, picnicking, etc. They are rather large) and I was taking a photograph of a stick insect on a picnic table. I started to have pretty severe pressure. I looked around and there was a power line about 50 feet away but it could be I was reacting to my flash and camera. I have not had that issue since this whole fiasco started.

Anyway just wanna say thank-you in advance for all your advice and taking the time to read all my comments!
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Marc Martin
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I don't think I've ever heard of any connection between ear wax and this.  Although I have to wonder what is causing all that ear wax?

Also, reacting to a camera is pretty common I would think.  My latest camera upgrade was ridiculous... I think I went through at least 10 cameras until I found one that I did not react to.
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chupa38
This post was updated on .
As far as the ear wax could it be my age? Im 46 fwiw. Thanks for your interest and comments!

What xamera did you end up with? My camera is a Canon 6d and its never given me an issue before but I giess everything is out the window. Full panic mode now. Macro photography has been my greatest past time since 2010. You can see my work here: https://500px.com/p/racerx104?view=photos

Actually on second thought dont worry about checking that link out since its probably painful.

How do you do the internet with your condition incidently?
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NoRadiationForYou
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Congratulation on getting the CORNET meter, now you can see what actually is going on.
From the video it seems that the house still has some RF emitting devices and ELF sources that are too close to where people are at.
It seems that you need to learn the difference between RF and ELF magnetic and ELF electric fields and which source emit what.
For example, smart TV, routers, tablets, smartphones, and wireless laptops emit mostly RF radiation
Smart meters emit both RF and ELF electric and magnetic fields.
Power converters and electric devices (such as lamps) emit ELF electric and magnetic fields.
The Cornet can measure them all, RF mode for RF, LF600&LF30 for ELF magnetic, and EFIELD mode for ELF electric field.
Read the meter's user manual.
For basic EMF terms please see - https://www.norad4u.com/knowledge/
For EMF sources please see - https://www.norad4u.com/emf-sources/

After you read all the above, rescan the house with the meter. Repeat it in all modes.
Then you need to start the process of reducing exposure by wiring all the PC, laptops, routers, TV, and phones, and turning OFF all RF transmission in the house (including but not just the smartphones).
Please see my initial exposure reduction guide on my info site - https://www.norad4u.com/guides/no-rads-step-by-step-guide-for-emf-initial-exposure-reduction/

Then, and only then, after all RF transmission in your apartment are off, and after you keeps safety distance from all ELF sources, you can start figuring out how much RF is coming from outside or neighbors, and then use RF protection to stop it.

Please also see my guide for measuring EMF - https://www.norad4u.com/guides/step-by-step-emf-measurement-guide/

amirb
Amir Borenstein
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www.4EHSByEHS.com
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chupa38
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Thanks for your reply! So every one of those devices the TV the Roku has Wi-Fi turned off and is hardwired through Ethernet the TV isn't really a smart TV it has Smart TV capabilities but the feature is turned off. Every device in the house that uses internet is on ethernet and the Wi-Fi is turned off. I even have an ethernet cable hooked up to an OTC and have my phone in airplane mode and I use internet through my phones USB connection.
What I will do is I will cut the power to the condo and measure again.
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Marc Martin
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This post was updated on .
I've read that with some things, even turning off the wi-fi and "smart" functionality doesn't really get rid of the RF.  And that would possibly apply to your Roku and smart TV.  Might want to experiment with them unplugged!
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chupa38
Gotcha! Im going to try unplugging them and I'll get back to you with the results.
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chupa38
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Okay so here is a video with the power breakers completely off. Note I was still feeling the terrible pressure with everything off. I tried to cycle through all of the different measurements.

https://youtu.be/4D7Ad5l44Wk

The pressure seems to be intesifying. I think Im just going to become homeless this is fng awful man. Im almost in tears here.

Incidentally Ive lived in this condo for 15 years. The smart meters have been around for 10 according to my girl friend (she is on the associaton board of directors). We are in Michigan fwiw. She said a lady expressed concern over their installation so they had someone come out to talk about them. The gentlemen of course said they were perfectly safe and welp that was the end of that.
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NoRadiationForYou
wrong link
Amir Borenstein
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chupa38
Sorry fixed now thanks. Im kind of an idiot if you havent already been able to tell.
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chupa38
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Heres a video of a test near the smart meters near a bedroom:

https://youtu.be/tznIlq6i6ZU

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NoRadiationForYou
Few tips:
1. It is not being stupid or an idiot, it is called "Brain Fog" and it is one of the symptoms of EHS.
2. When measuring RF, hold the meter in Y axis.
3. Make sure your phone is in Airplane mode,with WIFI and BLUETOOTH turned OFF.
4. Make sure you hold the meter in such a way that will not block it's antenna (see back stamp for antenna location)  .
5. When taking a video of the meter, have the meter back light always ON.
6/ When measuring LF modes, find the axis with the strongest field and continue measuring in this axis.

Regarding the measurement
a. the pulses we see on 01:00 and 01:50, & 03:38, the frequency is around 1712MHz,  
Can it be your phone transmitting some data ?
Was the phone on airplane mode with all wireless turned OFF?
What is located below the floor, is it the smart meter's room , or the neighbours computer room?
b. around 4:47 the video show high LF levels, What is located below the floor, is it the smart meter's room , or the neighbours computer room?
c. at 7:40  I could see RF around 2.45 GHz, the source might be a laptop, or some other wireless bluetooth or WIFI devices on batteries

More tests:
1. after reading my tips, and following them, scan the house again.
See if you see something different, and if you get more clues
2. Try to find the "hot spots" in your house.
Make a video of at least 1 minute , when the meter is on the hotspots that you found (each 1 minute). I want to see the time intervals of the RF transmissions, It might be an other clue.
3. Let us know what were are those hot spots and what below them, above them on around them.
Amir Borenstein
www.norad4u.com
www.4EHSByEHS.com
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chupa38
No My phone was definitely in airplane mode that I made sure of. Additionally girlfriends phone was out of the house (she was on an errand). Thanks for the tips. Below the living room is their living room. I dont know what their living room has exactly. I happen to pass by our condos on a walk and was able to make out what looked like a normal living room. The only electronics I could make out was a TV and Computer with large monitor under our living room. Where the RF measurements got high was approximately where one of their computers is located. When I walk into our condo I can see on my way from the parking lot and into the house without staring the room under mind has a large computer monitor and a bed but could not make out anything else due to the blinds being partially open. Sorry I dont understand tip 6. We had absolutely no computer or tablet on batteries that was on. I was very careful and made sure my ipad was turned off. Even when its on it does not really give off much rf because if you noticed I use it with an ethernet adapter and have wifi and bluetooth turned off in the settings (I used to troubleshoot iphones, ipads, ipods for apple for several years for the company from home so im well aware of how to do it, i.e. if you hit the wifi and bluetooth button in the drop down menu its not really off, you have to go to the settings app and turn it off there).
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NoRadiationForYou
T×™hanks for all the info.
Regarding tip #6, please see the image3 Axis
and then
measuring in 3 axis

Try to scan the windows, walls, ceiling, floor and find the places where the RF pulses are the strongest. This should be done in order to verify that the RF is coming from below, and not from across the street or from above.

Try to find a pattern in the RF and ELF pulses,  for example, if we would know that they are both in sync with each other, and both appear for 10 seconds, then low levels for 20 seconds, then another 10 seconds cycle, it might help in identifying the source.

What building material are the walls and floor? is it concrete or blocks or wood?
Amir Borenstein
www.norad4u.com
www.4EHSByEHS.com
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chupa38
Thanks for Clarifying holding the meter on a Y axis. Im waiting to be able to shut the power off again (sorry for the delay), until my girlfriend is done for the day (she works out of her bedroom and has been for the last year all her equipment is ethernet).

The floor is made of duracrete im told fwiw.
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Miller
That's quite a conundrum with RFs being low in your office area and that is where you're feeling the most pressure in your head. Have you tried leaving the RF meter on in this area for a long duration--maybe an hour to see if there are any spikes?

Have you re-tested every room in LF mode after shutting down and restarting the power?

Last, but not least it could be a combination of RFs/LFs and posture at your workstation?
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chupa38
Actually the most pressure now, is in the living room sitting on the couch or in an office chair by the door wall. The most RF comes from here. Last night and today the weather turned nice, so we turned off the a/c. The RF is crazy high. I think the longfi device(s) is in the neighbors living room below us along with strong wifi. Im going to do another test with power off now. Agreed it is emf and rf in my room. The neighbor has a home office under my room and I believe they work in this room all night (they are from a country where it would be daytime when we have our night time and they are not adjusting or they have an insomniac as I hear loud slaming noises all hours 2am - 4am, like someone shuttting a loud filing cabinet).
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