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HOME SWEET NON-TOXIC HOME: GOING BEYOND 'GREEN'
by: Julie Genser (NaturalNews.com)
April 9, 2008
It is human nature to create a sense of home, even when transient or homeless. When I backpacked the world, a photo from home, a colorful scarf, and a small cup with a flower were enough to mark my new territory as home. Our sense of home makes us feel safe, comfortable, and grounded in our identity. Without it, we can feel uncertain, vulnerable, uncomfortable, unsettled. Nothing in life will feel exactly right if we don't have that home base to start from.
So what about the growing sector of our population - now estimated to be between 12.6 percent and 33 percent1 - that suffers from some form of environmental illness, which can include sensitivities to chemicals found in everyday products and building materials, mold, sound, light, electricity, vibrations, and extremes of temperature? Reported as the "new homeless," 2 those with severe chemical sensitivity often find themselves living on the fringes of a chemically addicted society - in refurbished Airstream trailers, tents, and cars, in long-forgotten fields, miles from civilization.Read more...
The Urban Decline of the House Sparrow (Passer domesticus): A Possible Link with Electromagnetic Radiation
Birds suffer from biological effects of GSM, 3G (UMTS), DECT, WIFI, TETRA
Nijkerk (The Netherlands) - The canary bird of H. in Nijkerk has not sung for almost eight months. He was pecking his skin and loosing feathers. The day after his cage was protected against the radiation of a GSM antenna mast at 50 metres distance, the bird started to make noise again and even produced some trills. Ten days after, he sits proudly on his stick and does not loose his feathers anymore.
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