Letter: Devices track microwave radiation

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Editor of the Reformer,

In Brattleboro today and around the world, we are experiencing a growing amount of radiation from cell phones, cell towers, wireless routers, and smart meters. Meanwhile, more microwave radiation is being added to our environment everyday.

Now, there is a new device available at the Brooks Memorial Library to help Brattleborians measure EMFs [Electro Magnetic Frequencies} in their homes, workplaces, cafes, schools, cars, and the environment. EMF Safety For Vermont, a local health and safety group which advocates for safe tech, has donated an Acousticom 2 Meter to the library, funded by a grant from The New England Grassroots Environmental Fund. Directions for use of this meter are included. The Acousticom 2 Meter will help you find the sources of microwave radiation so you can mitigate your exposure.

But don't take our word for it. Find out for yourself with this easy to use meter. Head over to the Brooks Memorial library and ask for the "Electrosmog Detector."

Iishana Artra, Ph.D

Donald Saff

Beverly Stone

Derrik Jordan

EMF Safety For Vermont, Jan. 9



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