Electrosmog and How We can Mitigate it | Larwrence Gust

Electrosmog; Effects on Health, Building and Environmental Sources, and How We can Mitigate it

Larwrence Gust

We live in a toxic environment but only a small fraction of the public is aware of it. Our homes and buildings that provide shelter can also be harmful to our health. Wiring and appliances cause stray electric and magnetic fields. We pollute out buildings and schools with electromagnetic (EM) emitting devices such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and baby monitors. People expose themselves to EM using tablets and cell phones. External to buildings microwaves are emitted by cell towers on mountain tops, on top of buildings and even in church steeples. Smart meters blast home owners and their neighbors with microwaves every few minutes. Soon self-driving cars will add to electrosmog.

Additionally, toxins from plastics, insulation and pesticides can create indoor air quality worse than the smoggiest day in the smoggiest city. As a building biologist, specific hazards focusing on EM exposure, will be reviewed as well as methods to mitigate or at least lessen exposure to them.

Bio: Lawrence Gust, is an electrical engineer. He is a former Certified Mold Remediator through the Indoor Air Quality Association. He is certified by the International Institute for BauBiologie and Ecology (IBE) as a Building Biologist. Mr. Gust has been teaching classes about the indoor environment for IBE since 1996. Mr. Gust is a Certified Electromagnetic Radiation Safety Advisor through the Safe Wireless Initiative. For 25 years Lawrence was a member of management at Dow Chemical and then at the Mobil Corporation. He worked in manufacturing, product development and total quality management. www.gustenviro.com

Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration conference at Yale University, 2017

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Published on December 19, 2018