Should You Protect Yourself From Earth Radiation?
June 12, 2008
For years, sensitive measuring devices have confirmed that the earth -- as well as all life -- radiates as a natural process, and that this radiation can be affected by underground water sources and earth dislocations.
There are also zones where radiation intensity differs greatly from the norm.
Much information can be gleaned from an examination of the effects of these zones, such as changes to air ions, human skin resistance, and natural radioactivity.
Might it be possible to locate “cancer zones” with these measurements?
Not necessarily. But it is wise to take precautions in areas of unusual activity, as they may have an impact on health. Using a sensitive scintillation counter can help pinpoint areas of potential risk in your home.
For a free illustrated PDF of the entire lecture, given by Wolfgang Maes on the topic of Earth Radiation, please see the link below.