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Objective: To conduct an extensive assessment of RF (Radio Frequency) & Microwave Radiation originating from non-native sources in urban environments, considering the proliferation of wireless telecommunication infrastructures. This study will involve quantifying far-field exposure levels and juxtaposing these findings against established safety thresholds. Additionally, the research will explore correlations between these exposure levels and the prevalence of Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) symptoms among the urban populace, employing a structured screening process for EHS symptomatology. This approach will facilitate a comprehensive understanding of potential health risks associated with RF & Microwave Radiation in densely populated areas. Active Cities: 24 US Cities: Miami, Washington, Atlanta, San Francisco, New York, Boston, Chicago, Naples. Overseas: Zurich, Geneve, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Madrid, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Bogota, Guayaquil, Quito, Lima, Montevideo, San Jose Costa Rica, Santo Domingo - Republica Dominicana, Curazao, Aruba.

Ciudad de Brickel, Florida. EE.UU

Boston, MA. EE.UU

San José, Costa Rica

Chicago, IL. EE.UU

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Objectives: This study aims to undertake a bioelectrographic analysis of various environments to quantify energy levels (measured in joules), frequency, and entropy using the GDV and Sputnik systems from BioWell. The fundamental state of these systems will be evaluated in relation to specific human activities. The study will focus on urban areas with high 5G exposure, locations known for geopathic stress, and spaces dedicated to meditation, yoga, or other similar activities. Additionally, the research will investigate the dynamic changes introduced by the deployment of SPIRO technology. The objective is to assess the impact of these factors on environmental energy states and to delineate any potential correlations with electrosmog.

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This is an ongoing initiative that commenced in 2020, focusing on the application of Spiro fields as a novel filtering approach to alleviate the pollution caused by Electromagnetic Fields (EMF). Collaborating with Tinnitus Specialist Dr. Luis Miguel Valdes and the team at A Better Hearing Inc., the project leverages their clinical expertise in auditory health to assess the effectiveness of Spiro technology in the management of tinnitus symptoms. Spiro fields, generated by nanocomposite material of Gold (Au) Nanoparticles designed to filter EMF radiation, are being studied to understand their capacity to reduce the potential triggers of tinnitus related to EMF exposure. As part of the research, detailed environmental EMF assessments are being conducted, alongside comprehensive evaluations of the participants' tinnitus experiences before and after the introduction of Spiro field devices. This interdisciplinary venture combines the knowledge of audiology, environmental health, and technology to create a robust framework for examining the intersection between EMF exposure and auditory phenomena. By analyzing data collected over the years and incorporating feedback from affected individuals, the project aspires to pave the way for innovative tinnitus management strategies that resonate with the needs of a digital and connected society.

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The research project explores the cutting-edge intersection of physical science and nanotechnology, specifically focusing on the novel properties of water, the influence of light, and the application of nanomagnetism through Spiro fields. This project delves into the recently identified fourth phase of water, beyond solid, liquid, and vapor, which holds unique electromagnetic properties that could revolutionize our understanding of biological systems and environmental health. Central to the investigation is the examination of how Spiro fields, which utilize applied nanomagnetism, interact with this fourth phase of water. The research aims to uncover whether these fields can influence the structure and properties of water at the nanoscale, potentially leading to breakthroughs in health, environmental sustainability, and technology. Collaborating with experts in water science, nanotechnology, and electromagnetic fields, the project employs a multidisciplinary approach to study the effects of light and Spiro fields on water's molecular arrangement and behavior. By understanding these interactions, the research hopes to unlock new applications for managing EMF pollution, enhancing water quality, and developing innovative health solutions. Since its inception, the project has been pioneering in its approach to bridging diverse scientific disciplines, offering promising avenues for future research and technological development.

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The research project is designed to investigate the emergence and prevalence of Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and tinnitus symptoms among electric vehicle (EV) users. This study is driven by the growing concerns over the potential health impacts associated with prolonged exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) generated by the electrical systems and components of EVs. The project aims to systematically assess the levels of EMF exposure within electric vehicles during operation and to correlate these findings with reported cases of EHS and tinnitus among drivers and frequent passengers. By leveraging a comprehensive epidemiological approach, the study will explore the incidence rates, symptom severity, and any discernible patterns that may link EMF exposure in EVs to these health conditions. In collaboration with automotive engineers, health professionals, and EHS specialists, the research will also examine the specific characteristics of EMF emissions in EVs, including frequency, intensity, and duration of exposure. Moreover, it will evaluate the effectiveness of existing EMF mitigation strategies within the automotive industry and explore innovative solutions to reduce potential health risks. This pioneering project is poised to contribute valuable insights into the environmental and health implications of the global shift towards electric mobility. Through its findings, the study seeks to inform regulatory standards, guide manufacturers in the design of safer electric vehicles, and provide evidence-based recommendations for individuals with heightened sensitivity to electromagnetic fields.