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Cell signal jammers

Christine D.
Hello everyone!

I'm feeling great in the country, but still can't sleep, so have
narrowed down the culprit to cell towers (when a storm rolled in with
heavy clouds and we had no cell signal in the house, I got very sleepy,
but of course it didn't last).

I've also been experimenting with a Schumann Resonance audio file, which
again, made me feel so much better and slightly sleepy, but again could
not drop off.

I was wondering if anyone has tried a cell signal jammer -- would that
just add more EMF to my home, or do you think it might help? If you've
successfully used one, would you share the make/model and where you
purchased it?

Christine

P.S. Removing the GFI outlets and replacing them with standard 15 amp/20
amp outlets worked wonders. After they were replaced, I felt "normal" in
my new house. If you have GFIs, I highly recommend having them removed.


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Re: GFI outlets

Marc Martin
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On July  9, christinelrc <[hidden email]> wrote:
> P.S. Removing the GFI outlets and replacing them with standard 15 amp/20
> amp outlets worked wonders. After they were replaced, I felt "normal" in
> my new house. If you have GFIs, I highly recommend having them removed.

Interesting.  So you replaced them with normal outlets, and not the
recommended GFI replacement that you referenced before?  I don't think I'd
be comfortable not having GFI outlets where they are supposed to be, as you're
now risking being electrocuted if there are water problems.

Marc
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Re: Cell signal jammers

Marc Martin
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On July  9, christinelrc <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone has tried a cell signal jammer -- would that
> just add more EMF to my home, or do you think it might help?

I would think that a cell phone jammer in your house would make
things far worse!  I don't have any experience with these, and I
also think they are illegal to use...

Marc
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Re: GFI outlets

Patricia
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jeez, marc, i don't think GFI outlets are all that important.
i didn't even know what they were - and i haven't been
electrocuted from water problems.  i suspect it's one of
those 'one in a million' things that advertising companies
use to make their product sound important, to motivate
you to BUY NOW!  :)  i think i'll mention this to my friend
who owns this house.  i think there are only two in the
house... should check around the whole house... but if it
helped christine that much, it's something i'd be interested
in trying too.  
love, patricia


On Jul 9, 2013, at 12:33 PM, Marc Martin wrote:

> On July  9, christinelrc <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> P.S. Removing the GFI outlets and replacing them with standard 15 amp/20
>> amp outlets worked wonders. After they were replaced, I felt "normal" in
>> my new house. If you have GFIs, I highly recommend having them removed.
>
> Interesting.  So you replaced them with normal outlets, and not the
> recommended GFI replacement that you referenced before?  I don't think I'd
> be comfortable not having GFI outlets where they are supposed to be, as you're
> now risking being electrocuted if there are water problems.
>
> Marc
>


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Re: GFI outlets

Marc Martin
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On July  9, Patricia Robinett <[hidden email]> wrote:
> jeez, marc, i don't think GFI outlets are all that important.

Hmmm, well *some* people seem to think they are
important... :-)

  http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090603141013AAA40Sx

Marc
PUK
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Re: Cell signal jammers

PUK
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I promise you that you would not like it ! the jammer has to emit a strong  
signal to cancel out the ambient cell signals, they are still present but
the  signal is just scrambled. They do work though and in small bursts they
can be  quite satisfying/amusing etc.....
 
puk
 
 
In a message dated 7/9/2013 6:26:50 A.M. Dateline Standard Time,  
[hidden email] writes:

 
 
 
On July 9, christinelrc <_christinelrc@yahoo.com_
(mailto:[hidden email]) >  wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone has tried a cell signal jammer --  would that
> just add more EMF to my home, or do you think it might  help?

I would think that a cell phone jammer in your house would  make
things far worse! I don't have any experience with these, and  I
also think they are illegal to use...

Marc





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Re: GFI outlets

Patricia
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i see.  thanks for the link.
good for whirlpool baths, hot tubs, anywhere
water and electricity might be used in lethal
doses.  :)  i guess the hot tub here must have
one...  the ones i saw were in the bathroom
sink area, not really near the water.  that
might explain why the hot tub area, tho apart
from the house by a good distance - out on a
big deck, on a lower level - still measures quite
high in EMF.  that might be the reason.  hmm...
when people say that EMF doesn't make sense,
i think it's just because they aren't considering
all the factors.  and we, on esens, are really
teasing out all the elements that contribute to
the problem.  thanks for having this list, marc.
love, patricia



On Jul 9, 2013, at 4:08 PM, Marc Martin wrote:

> On July  9, Patricia Robinett <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> jeez, marc, i don't think GFI outlets are all that important.
>
> Hmmm, well *some* people seem to think they are
> important... :-)
>
>  http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090603141013AAA40Sx
>
> Marc


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Re: GFI outlets

Christine D.
In reply to this post by Marc Martin
Yes, Marc, the GFIs were not where you would think they would be. None on either side of the kitchen sink, but they were on either side of the stove and beside the back door (none behind the fridge either). In the master bathroom, they were above and to the sides of the sinks, but none for the jacuzzi tub.

I believe we have a GFCI breaker in the circuit panel because it is located on the outside of the house, so according to the home inspector, we are not required to have the GFI outlets. In any case, there are more pressing things to worry about than possible household accidents -- like the chemtrails thing and the fact that my smart meter could be used to transmit wifi against my will.

When I get around to creating my own anti-EMF website, I've decided I'll call it "Frogs in a Boiling Pot." They keep turning up the heat, and only a very few of us can leap out.

Christine

--- In [hidden email], Marc Martin <marc@...> wrote:

>
> On July  9, christinelrc <christinelrc@...> wrote:
> > P.S. Removing the GFI outlets and replacing them with standard 15 amp/20
> > amp outlets worked wonders. After they were replaced, I felt "normal" in
> > my new house. If you have GFIs, I highly recommend having them removed.
>
> Interesting.  So you replaced them with normal outlets, and not the
> recommended GFI replacement that you referenced before?  I don't think I'd
> be comfortable not having GFI outlets where they are supposed to be, as you're
> now risking being electrocuted if there are water problems.
>
> Marc
>


Sue
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Re: GFI outlets

Sue
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Interesting, glad you posted this. We might give these a try.  We tested ours by measuring body voltage.  When 10 feet away, the difference in the amount measured when one GFI is energized and when it isn't is small,  but that difference is palpable for me.    We normally keep ours de-energized.  

Sue  
--- In [hidden email], "sradv777" <sradv777@...> wrote:

>
> How about switching out the GFCI outlet for a low-EMF GCFI outlet?
>
> See this 2007 study which points you to the Cooper brand available at
> ACE Hardware Stores or can be ordered online.
>
> See this link to a summary of the study:
>
> EMF from GFCI-Protected Electrical Outlets
> <http://www.eiwellspring.org/EMFFromGFCIProtectedOutlets.pdf>
>
>
>
>
> --- In [hidden email], Patricia Robinett  wrote:
> >
> > i see.  thanks for the link.
> > good for whirlpool baths, hot tubs, anywhere
> > water and electricity might be used in lethal
> > doses.  :)  i guess the hot tub here must have
> > one...  the ones i saw were in the bathroom
> > sink area, not really near the water.  that
> > might explain why the hot tub area, tho apart
> > from the house by a good distance - out on a
> > big deck, on a lower level - still measures quite
> > high in EMF.  that might be the reason.  hmm...
> > when people say that EMF doesn't make sense,
> > i think it's just because they aren't considering
> > all the factors.  and we, on esens, are really
> > teasing out all the elements that contribute to
> > the problem.  thanks for having this list, marc.
> > love, patricia
> >
> >
> >
> > On Jul 9, 2013, at 4:08 PM, Marc Martin wrote:
> >
> > > On July  9, Patricia Robinett patricia@ wrote:
> > >> jeez, marc, i don't think GFI outlets are all that important.
> > >
> > > Hmmm, well *some* people seem to think they are
> > > important... :-)
> > >
> > >  http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090603141013AAA40Sx
> > >
> > > Marc
> >
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>


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Re: GFI outlets

steve
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gfi's are mandated by building codes. I checked the gfi in my bathroom with a dirt electricity meter plugged into the outlet and it was off the charts
Steve

--- In [hidden email], Marc Martin <marc@...> wrote:

>
> On July  9, Patricia Robinett <patricia@...> wrote:
> > jeez, marc, i don't think GFI outlets are all that important.
>
> Hmmm, well *some* people seem to think they are
> important... :-)
>
>   http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090603141013AAA40Sx
>
> Marc
>