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  • adj. Sensitive to electricity.


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electro- +‎ sensitive


  • "A group of South African" electrosensitive "activists had been tormented by their local packet-data radio tower, with terrible symptoms that only subsided when they left the area.

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  • Then they cite multiple studies showing how electrosensitive people can feel the damage being caused by WiFi or mobile phones.

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  • My electrosensitive contacts are equally divided between the sexes and of all ages.

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  • But Edison's work on the automatic did not stop with this basic suggestion, for he took up and perfected the mechanical construction of the instruments, as well as the perforators, and also suggested numerous electrosensitive chemicals for the receivers, so that the automatic telegraph, almost entirely by reason of his individual work, was placed on a plane of commercial practicability.

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  • At a recent Public Utilities Commission hearing on smart meters, an audience member requested that all cellphones be turned off as a gesture to the electrosensitive people in the audience.

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  • He is electrosensitive, which means he can't go near anyone with a 3G phone.

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  • … A 2009 article in the journal PLoS ONE speculated that people who believe they're electrosensitive may have overactive distress signals in the brain.

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  • It neither ridicules the symptoms of people who describe themselves as electrosensitive, nor ignores the clinical research that shows such sensitivity to be unprovable, even as the symptoms are clearly manifest (just not correlated with EMF).

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  • In other words, electrosensitive individuals placed in a shielded room and not exposed to radio signals do exhibit symptoms.

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  • Despite the focus of this site on Wi-Fi, I will be the first to trumpet the news loudly and continuously if Wi-Fi turned out to be dangerous to use, or if clinical proof in peer-reviewed journals appeared about electrosensitive individuals.

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