[AMRadio] More on "Electromagnetic Allergies"

W1GOR W1GOR at Maine.RR.Com
Sun Jan 17 00:52:10 EST 2010

Jeff,  No need to research this psychosomatic 'illness'...  Many of us have 
worked on scientific experiments, and, as most also know, a so-called 
'controlled experiment' can be manipulated to produce ANY results by 
statistical analysis... Psychosomatic maladies have been studied to death... 
and the upshot is that people who experience psychosomatic tendencies are 
also subject to paranoia and psychotic behavior.  The power of suggestion 
can control persons who are not exactly of a strong, sound mind.  The 
'bias', if that's what you call it, is due to an exposure of endless phony 
diagnoses, and those who thing there might be some benefit in their FIFTEEN 
MINUTES OF FAME... Show us some REAL, HARD SCIENTIFIC FACTS, and we  might 
recognize that there might be some substance in these 'maladies'... You said 
that it isn't necessarily rubbish... but you didn't say it wasn't either... 
Ever since the dark ages, people believed in whatever a 'whacko wizard' told 
them... once again, the power of suggestion takes over...


...Larry - W1GOR (occasional mad-scientist and full-time pessimist)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jeffrey Travers" <jefft104 at hotmail.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2010 10:41 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] More on "Electromagnetic Allergies"

> If you research this disorder on the net you will find that in controlled 
> experiments, people identified as sensitive to EM radiation scored 100% 
> response rate so it isn't necessarily rubbish and needs more study to 
> ascertain distance and impact on those sensitive.  I am a bit surprised at 
> the bias reflected in the email exchanges here.
> Jeff
>> From: W1GOR at Maine.RR.Com
>> To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
>> Date: Sat, 16 Jan 2010 15:45:11 -0500
>> Subject: [AMRadio] More on "Electromagnetic Allergies"
>> Sorry guys... I should have placed more emphasis on the subject line...
>> It should have read, "MORON ELECTROMAGNETIC ALLERGIES"...
>> With a great big evil grin, Larry - W1GOR, Gorham, Maine
>>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>>   From: W1GOR
>>   To: AM Radio
>>   Sent: Friday, January 15, 2010 7:40 PM
>>   Subject: More on "Electromagnetic Allergies"
>>   Here's the text of the referenced newspaper article... See LAST line...
>>   ...Larry, W1GOR
>>   Santa Fe Residents Allege City's Wi-Fi Affecting Their "Electromagnetic
>> Allergies"
>>   January 12, 2010 2:44 p.m. EST
>>   Topics: United States, Technology
>>   Ayinde O. Chase - AHN Editor
>>   Santa Fe, NM, United States (AHN) - A small group of Santa Fe residents 
>> is
>> trying to get all public Wi-Fi hotpsots in the city banned. They allege 
>> the
>> city's Access Points (AP) irritated their "electromagnetic allergies."
>>   In their legal effort to ban the signals, the group is using the 
>> Americans
>> with Disabilities Act as a measure to have city lawmakers bow to their
>> pressure. The case has now reached a new level with published reports
>> stating that one of the individuals in the original case is suing his
>> neighbors for refusing to turn off their cellphone and Wi-Fi hotspot.
>>   Artuhur Firstenberg is claiming his neighbor's technology forced him to 
>> be
>> homeless. He's unable to stay in a hotel or motel because they employ 
>> Wi-Fi
>> connections so he's been forced to sleep in his car.
>>   Health officials have repeatedly stated that there is no evidence to
>> suggest Wi-Fi signals have any impact on the human body. Additionally,
>> scientific studies have shown that people who claim to suffer from
>> "electromagnetic sensitivity" are in fact suffering from psychosomatic
>> disorders and are best treated by therapy or medication.
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