I think there would have to be many more depending on the number of circuits, they have a heavier duty one for that purpose. They work differently than a green wave or Stetzer. But even still Stetzer filters for example will buzz and hum when overloaded and require measuring to bring down levels in each circuit. I have never measured a difference with my meter when making an RF sink via grounding, I would do it purely to prevent conductive resonance on the tent. Have you ever experimented with that concept and seen a measurable difference?No, I had a severe form of covid with all the associated symptoms. I had constant chest pain for a month post-recovery.
I am normally not electrosensitive.
The heart is one of the most electrical active tissue in the body and any inflammation in that area is likely to make you electrosensitive.
Electrosensitivity was just a symptom post covid.
I haven’t used tents and not really planning to but they do work.
Simply having a metal mesh connected to the ground wire will pick up electric fields from the air and drain them to the ground. So basically a grounded tent will reduce the fields by itself even if you don’t go inside the tent.
Similarly, that dirty electricity filter you mentioned will reduce the high frequencies on all of your outlets as long as it’s plugged in almost anywhere in your house.
Speaking of using metal mesh to harness fields, it reminds me of the way Aires Tech claims to work. With some studies on their website to confirm it's doing something. Apparently it started as a way to research minimizing the negative health effects of military radar operations?
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