by MAC

#emf #5g

Is there scientific evidence of adverse health effects due to magnetic fields?  Yes. Researchers have found health effects, including a doubling of leukaemia rates associated with living in magnetic field strengths greater than

4.0 mG  4mG = 0.4uT

Schools, playgrounds, and day-care centers should not be sited near power lines, and that children should not be subjected for long periods every day to magnetic fields over

3.0 mG 3mG = 0.3uT

In 2009, a scientific panel met in Seletun, Norway and recommended a 1 mG exposure limit based on risk for leukemia, brain tumors, Alzheimer‘s, ALS, sperm damage and DNA strand breaks. 
Baubiologie also recommends 1 mG maximum exposure for sleeping quarters. 

1mG = 0.1uT

These recommendations are for long-term continued exposure for many hours and days, not to brief exposures like driving under power lines. 

The main sources of long-term exposure to high magnetic fields are: power lines, improperly wired homes, and nearby appliances and wiring. In most homes it is possible to reduce exposure by locating beds, work, and play areas where fields are below 1.0 mG.   

What is a typical magnetic field level in a home?  Inside a house usually measures about 0.2 to 1.0 mG if not very close to appliances or wiring. Apartments and flats are a bit higher. Beds and play areas can be located where the fields are low, for example below 1.0 mG. 

How do I measure Magnetic Fields in the home?  You can use EMF METER such as this one.
It is accurate and easy to use

What are mG and uT?  These are units of magnetic field strength, measured using a gaussmeter:  mG means “milligauss” and uT means  “microtesla.” You can leave the meter set to read in mG. 
Or if your meter reads in uT then 1 uT = 10 mG. 

Power lines:  Proximity to an overhead power transmission line increases magnetic fields in nearby houses, sometimes up to hundreds of feet away. Exposure will depend on distance, and on the amount of current on the power line, which may vary seasonally or with time of day, sometimes powerlines are turned off or operate at reduced power. 

Magnetic fields go through walls, so a bed or pillow could be exposed to high fields within a few feet of the drop line. Beds and places where people spend a lot of time could be moved to where fields are lower. Other electric cables in walls or floors that carry large currents can also produce high magnetic fields, especially in large buildings like apartments, offices, and dormitories. Fuse boxes (circuit breakers), electric meters, and transformer boxes also produce high fields, which can pass through walls.


Most mobile operators use from radiofrequency waves in the range up 300 MHz to 3 GHz that can be harmful for human health

Many people are not aware of the harmful effects of radiofrequency waves (RF) and their role in cancer and other serious risks. Scientific evidence suggests that cancer is not only linked to mobile phone radiation and that other factors also may be involved in its development. Most mobile operators use from radiofrequency waves in the range up 300 MHz to 3 GHz that can be harmful for human health

Mobile phones emit RF waves even when they are in standby mode. Reports show that people who use MOBILE phones more than 50 minutes a day face early dementia or other thermal damage due to the burning of glucose in the brain.

There are two types of electromagnetic fields based on the frequency range, i.e.,
extremely low frequency (ELF) 3 and 300 HZ
and very low frequency (VLF) fields. 3 and 300 kHz
Human body can be harmed in exposure of even 30MHz!

Range of electromagnetic strength: 5Hz-3500MHz

Electromagnetic strength range: 0.1-199.9mG
Resolution: 0.1mG
Alarm threshold: 4.0mG

Electromagnetic strength range: 0.01-19.99uT
Resolution: 0.01uT
Alarm threshold: 0.4uT

Electric field strength range: 1-1999V/M
Resolution: 1V/M
Alarm threshold: 40V/M


Please SUBSCRIBE, so you don’t miss any upcomming projects.

THUMBS UP if you like my videos, many more to come.

More videos like this:

BEST WAY How to Remove ENGINE REMOVAL The Fast & EASY Way Engine Strip for AUDI VW

How To Change AUDI VW 7G Dual Clutch DTC DSG Gearbox Oil Change Transmission Fluid Service

How to Fix AUDI A4 TFSI OIL LEAK PROBLEMS Timing Chain Cover Leak Solved

How to fix Audi COOLANT LEAK Common Problem Must See Before Being Ripped Off



Leave a Comment