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School Shootings: Could Radiation And Wave Frequencies be affecting our Nervous Systems Unawares/Unproven?

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You know how peaceful it feels to turn off the lights and light the candles. All of us can talk about the calm and uplift we feel as we throw ourselves down on the ground and gape up at the Milky Way. What would happen if we did this every single day? Turn off the lights and light the candles? Something to think about. Imagine...

Could it be that this element of nervous system zapping, by electrical currents and radiation wave frequencies, is even just *part* of the problem of increased violence internationally, among our tender youth? Something has got to explain this rise in the phenomenon of youths-turned-murderers. And perhaps it was not as manifest in earlier generations because they had the TV but did not have all the other gadgets around which we now have. And because mutation of the species takes time.

Could this be part of the problem along with additional factors? And if so, could avoiding of such frequencies be part of the solution to the rise in youthful violence?

I really wonder what would happen if there was thorough research done about this. And what would happen if pregnant women and kids had less computer exposure, if kids (and we all) had diets of food cultivated or raised on heavy metal-free soil with good farming practices which seek to replenish any soil nutrients depleted by crops. "Imagine all the people, living life in peace"....due to decreased wave frequencies exposure and increased exposure to healthy influences such as moonlight and candlelight? Hmmmm. Could be at least an interesting experiment, just to see what would happen.

FYI I met someone who specializes in electrical wiring of homes to reduce such currents in the environment. If one person is doing it, surely there must be others out there doing it too. Google search?

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You may be on to something, Kathy.  I'd a... by Galen on Monday, Feb 18, 2008 at 7:11:04 PM