Letter – Canary in an EMF field

I do not understand why people who are hypersensitive, like myself, are not taken more seriously

Canary in an EMF field

I do not understand why people who are hypersensitive, like myself, are not taken more seriously. Miners used to put canaries in the mine shafts to alert them when the air was getting dangerous. Maybe the hypersensitive are trying to warn everyone else that EMFs are harmful to everyone’s health and that we must find an alternative before everyone gets sick.

Shirley Robinson,

Victoria

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