MORE EMF CONFUSION

What do we know about emf by first hand fact?

What we know about microwave ovens and cell phones (by the way why WOULD THEY CALL THEM “CELL” PHONES?)  They are human cell disrupters!

We know microwave ovens are set at 2.4 ghz which is 2.4 billion hertz.  We know microwaves cook from the inside out therefore penetrating flesh and turning it to carcass.  We know that typical home wifi runs on 2.4ghz and 5.0ghz. We know that 2.4ghz affect the water molecules in flesh and makes it oscillate.
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Apparently the lower the frequency
We know that X-ray machines penetrate….they are set at 400-700 nm (nanometers) we know the trick of the beast system to confuse us, the author of confusion creates more and more ways to measure the same thing therefore mixing it up to be harder to understand.  400nm=749.48THz

= 749481.145ghz.  Ya that number in gigahertz is incomprehendable.  Terahertz is  So xray machines that range from 400-700nm is alot.

The scale goes like this hz to khz to mhz to ghz to thz

A Terahertz is one TRILLION hertz.  The Earth’s Field is around 8 hertz.

This photo does not include X-ray range frequencies or CT frequencies.

Open this file to see types and ranges of electromagnetic frequencies.

So what else do we know?  We know there are at least 3 kinds of emf magnetic, electric, and RF radio frequency.

The higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength. Because all light waves move through a vacuum at the same speed, the number of wave crests passing by a given point in one second depends on the wavelength. (Vaccume part of the sentence is theory or B.S. most likely.

OMG Look at all these measurements to confuse you and that’s all by one hertz standard.  Exaherts, petahertz?  INSANITY They are all unfriendly to the human body except the ones naturally occurring no doubt.

Most popular convertion pairs of frequency wavelength

emf frequencies measurements.

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