“A wireless phone radiates microwaves, reaching up to a few hundred meters (cordless phone) or several kilometers (cell phone). A CFL emits an electric field within a few meters and a magnetic field within a few decimeters. This is bad enough if you spend longer periods of time within its reach.” But ten cell phones? If you don’t like to have some additional dirty electrosmog of disharmonious electric sine-waves in your aura, these unfortunately are not very rousing news to you.
Introduction of energy saving lamps is based on economy, but due to becoming bad (and therefore expensive) health effects, we’re possible not going to have much advantage. There is a good and scientifically justifiable article In the Cold Light of Day: Energy-Saving Lamps by Baubiologie Maes (Free expert for Healthy and Environmental Analysis) about drawbacks of new energy saving lamps. These are going to replace traditional incandescent bulbs by law enforcement in the EU area.
In this article is revealed also, that age of incandescent bulbs is purposefully limited to 1000 hours maximum: “In 1924 the leading electronic companies founded a worldwide cartel called Phoebus. It was its goal to cap the unlimited life expectancy of incandescent lamps to increase sales. … The Chinese did not play along, which is why their incandescent lamps still last at least 5000 hours.” This means, that nearly 90 years all the customers in the western world have bought at least 5 times more lamps than necessary, because of this conspiracy.
In the slideshow “Voltage transients and possible effects on health through cell membrane functionality disturbance” with a title Power Quality and Health – Is There a Connection?, made by a researcher Mikko Ahonen from University of Tampere, Finland, adverse health effects of energy-saving lamps and some other inventions like mobile phones that cause similar voltage transients aka micro surges, are described briefly. According to this material, electric stress created by micro surges and magnetic fields are most dangerous to 10-years old children, whose body they create 7-times higher current density compared to average adult’s body.
It’s a good question to ask, are we saving energy on the cost of health? Good reading!