If you knew that there was an invisible gas circulating in your home or workplace that could have serious health-threatening consequences if you were exposed to too much of it or for too long, would you be interested to know about an inexpensive way to check how safe you are? Most people would surely say yes. Prevention is always better than cure.
Well it’s not a gas, but just about everyone these days is being exposed to levels of electromagnetic radiation that far exceed what many scientific studies have concluded to be safe. Laptops, computers, tablets, smartphones, DECT phones, and many other kinds of devices that use WiFi are in such common use now that it is almost impossible to avoid the signals they emit.
Experts have been warning for years that electromagnetic radiation is the new tobacco, and now governments are starting to take action, with France banning all WiFi in schools, the Council of Europe calling for a ban on WiFi in the classrooms of its 47 member countries, and the European Parliament recently issuing a directive that ‘employers should be required to ensure that risks arising from electromagnetic fields at work are eliminated or reduced to a minimum’.
We have definitely reached the stage where everyone needs to be able to accurately measure the level of electromagnetic radiation in their environment, and soon there will be a very inexpensive device you can buy that will allow you to do just that. It’s called a Sherlock, and as you can see in the photo, it’s about the length of a pencil and the width of a small cigar so you can easily carry it in your pocket or bag. It weighs a mere 80g (3 ounces) including battery, and uses the same sophisticated technology of meters that cost many times more.
Lloyd Burrell of Electric Sense says ‘Sherlock will revolutionize personal EMF protection, as nothing currently on the market comes anywhere near it in offering such a high quality product at such a low price’. It will cost less than £30 (+ 20% UK VAT for EU residents), so will be affordable to all.
I say ‘it will cost less’ because the company that has developed this unique product still needs to raise some of the capital required to start manufacturing. It has therefore partnered with Crowdcube, the world’s leading equity investment crowdfunding platform, and is the first company in the electromagnetic radiation health sector to go out to the public and sell its shares.
The impressive and very experienced management team includes Nicholas Clough, who has 28 years experience in the nuclear and electromagnetic radiation detection business, Chris Deering, ex-CEO of Sony Computers and Entertainment Europe (who sold 46 million PlayStations on his watch), Sandra Lawrence, ex-Vice President of Johnson & Johnson USA, Brian Stein CBE, ex-CEO of Samworth Brothers, and Technical Director Alaisdair Philips of Powerwatch, who has been advising governments and authorities on EMR issues since 1989.
If you are interested to be involved in this venture, which launches on Sep 1, 2014, you can watch an informative 9-minute video by Sensory Perspective Ltd, register as an “Everyday Investor”, and invest in shares if you choose to (the minimum amount is just £10). Due to tax regulations, this is not open to residents of the US, Canada or Japan, but it is available to everyone else in the world.
And if you have no interest in investing, do please watch this shorter 6-minute video anyway that contains some essential information for everyone who lives in the modern world: Facts about the electromagnetic radiation health issue