Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for March 07, 2006


With all of my evidence so far, I decide I need to see an evironmental specialist who will understand what I am talking about. I’ll try googling for Dr. Riina Bray to get her phone number. A quick few searches and I have her number. I reach the main desk of the Enviromental Heath Department for Sunnybrook Women’s College and I leave a message for them to call me.

I try calling my regular doctor three times to see if maybe he’ll give me a referral and it goes to his full mailbox everytime.

Found this comment after an article in the Toronto Star:

Wireless hotspots carry concerns
Mar. 7, 2006. 01:00 AM

I am appalled by the audacity of cities to force wireless hotspots on its citizens. There are very real health concerns with electric and magnetic fields (EMF), which the Star only recently dedicated a series to (i.e. cellphones).

The president of Lakehead University has just banned Wi-Fi over this very issue, likening the risk of basking in EMF radiation 24/7 to the impact of second-hand smoke and asbestos. We have the right not to be guinea pigs in such a scheme.

Tijs Creutzberg, Toronto

Wonder if Tijs is vibrating?

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March 8, 2006 - Posted by | Health | , , ,

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