LUDDITE, NOT TROGLODYTE

 

Sorry,  this turned into a rant . . .

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wi fi circular emf cropped

Feels like I’ve been away for weeks,  but it’s been only days.     But sorry to have been gone.     Family news that  . . .  well, it’s a game-changer.    A life-ender.   But we’re okay — for now.   Holding together.

wi fi rad

My personal reason for being away is stuff like this, in the pictures.

You see,  there are two ways for me to enter The Spruce Tunnel.   One is the pleasant, physical, natural, and health-giving way:
sp path 1 400

Walk down this path a half a mile or so,  and you’ll come to the Tunnel.  It really is a good place to think;  a good place to Be.   I always say I hope you’ll find a place like this of your own sometime.

The other way to enter the Tunnel is like this:

wi fi jiggly

That’s me and my computer in there somewhere.     It’s an unpleasant, unnatural,    physically painful way that I must enter the Tunnel when I think . . .   and write.

(What was it those EMFs and WI-Fi emissions were classified as recently?  Class II carincogens . . .)

Which makes me one of the lucky ones, I guess.    I can actually feel the damage that computers and cell phones do to my body.   About 85 percent of people can’t feel a thing and have no idea.

wi fi in hand

When I touch a cell phone for more than a minute or two or when I use the keyboard or the mouse with unprotected hands,   I feel pain, and not just in my hands.    And the pain can last for a little while – especially  when I’ve been ignoring it — it’s cumulative in our bodies,  you know.

wi fin hands

When I’ve been on the computer for a long time,   it takes me a few days to recover.  My hands can start up a lot of trouble,  and since my  mind gets a little fuzzy,  I don’t know enough to quit.

wi fi circle

So, I just wanted to share with you why I had to recover for a few days — just in case you want to look into it for your own self.    There are ways to physically protect yourself from the RFs and EMFs, cell phone  (microwave)  signals,  and from frying yourself with Wi-Fi –  but if you can’t feel it,  someone talking about it isn’t going to convince you.  I’m just explaining my brief absence.

And I seem to be at it again tonight.   No signal blocking shirt.   No signal blocking gloves.  No signal blocking screen.    “Too hard”  to go assemble all those things and put them on.  My hands are aching now,  but I’m still at the keyboard.

Protection Through the Eyes

I just learned about this too —  computer screens, as we know, and LED TV screens,  and eReaders and tablets and cell phone screens emit blue light which messes with our physical brains — and our health.

glasses

You can actually buy glasses that will filter out the blue light for you.   Much healthier.   First time I put mine on,  I actually felt a difference in my whole body.  You have to be careful though to not buy the kind that merely has amber color lenses that don’t’ filter out the blue.  There’s a certain technology involved.

But I’m not wearing these tonight either.

And I understand about the Windows 10 feature that allows you to turn off the blue light when it is dark outside, so your eyes aren’t taking in blue light when it’s not natural to do so.

That one is working for me now.

Truly,  I have never met a technology that I haven’t been fascinated with and enjoy using.    I’m up with things.   I’m no Troglodyte.

On the other hand,   as much as I can be,  I am a Luddite –  I choose not to use much technology,  I choose to stay away from digital stuff as much as possible, or at least consciously protect myself from it.

Human Sin Working through Technology

Sometimes it seems like every single modern woe involves human sin working through technology:  loss of freedom and privacy;   global surveillance;   intense smog and pollution;   dumbing down the population with false and missing information;    perverting the free working of our democracy by misleading and biased Search engines;  hundreds of thousands of Americans killed every year by the (highly technological) medical industry;   fouling our air, trees, crops, waterways with the chemicals sprayed down on us every day;   undigestible and harmful food through technological modification;    the flow of artificial “money” at the rate of trillions of dollars per second, much of it based upon drugs and human trafficking;    our increasing reliance on computers and robots to do “work” for us, for as long as they can, as long as they want to;

and for those interested in war and combat and defense matters,  end of the world stuff,   “nuclear”  is so twentieth century.      “Technology”  has moved so far ahead of that the new weapons will come undetected “out of nowhere” with  unimaginable destructive force.     (Anyone read Janes Defence Weekly?     That will put you way ahead in your knowledge,  but you’ll still be far behind.)

(I’ve just listened to a few of Pres. Putin’s speeches to European leaders at economic conferences and leadership conferences (2006-20015)    in which he keeps stating  Russia no longer has to rely on nuclear weapons and missile shields — they have something much more powerful.  He knows scalar,  he knows tesla,   and he’s not worried.  He knows that the U.S.  is just too bogged down in partisan politics, corruption, and greed to be able to make necessary decisions for similar advancements in technology.      The public will is too weak.

We are mind-addled.   Maybe our “technology”  has something to do with that.

It’s enough to make one wish the clock could be turned back — before we all have to live like Troglodytes.    

I’m back.     And  I guess that’s my rant for today.

 

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  1. […] is a follow-up to my posting about my occasional EMF problems that I wrote  about yesterday in Luddite, Not Troglodyte.     We might as well learn  something  about  the  technological  soup we live […]


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