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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 02:37:22 GMT
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I do not know where this 'sinister plot' scenario came from ?
As far as sleeping conditions, I examined my bed mattress (it has metal
springs inside) with the AM radio. Guess what. The whole bed surface was
showing the same 'strong' grainy noise that I found in other parts of the
house (related to fire-sprinkler plumbing, wiring, etc.).
"The little lost angel" wrote in
> On Mon, 07 Oct 2002 16:55:38 GMT, "News2020" wrote:
> >recollections of unnatural heating effects - ie. feeling sweating hot
> >the sheets when it is cold outside, the heat sensation went away when I
> >switched sleeping locations, etc.
> Well, I could point out at least a few locations in my own house that
> would produce quite different sleeping conditions! Why is it
> particularly worrying to you that a particular spot is warmer than
> others? That it must be some sinister plot against you?
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