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There’s no real respite from the electromagnetic barrage, but RobertSteller hopes to provide some shelter from the electrical storm.


There’s no real respite from the electromagnetic barrage, but Robert Steller hopes to provide some shelter from the electrical storm.

At a University of Calgary conference this weekend, Steller, a building biology environmental consultant and inspector, along with Dr. Bruce Hoffman, will provide some testing tips and hints on how to mitigate the harmful health effects caused by a constant immersion in electrical fields at home, the office, and even cellular phone networks.

“We’re not opposed to electricity,” Steller said.

“But it emits different fields which the human body is constantly exposed to and we’re hoping to clear this up, draw attention to some of the dangers and teach people how to avoid a lot of these things.”

For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.hoffmancentre.com.

-neil.mackinnon@metronews.ca


 
 
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