Sometimes I wish I wasn’t so stubborn.
I’ve been sitting here for over an hour trying to make the Pillars of EMF Sensitivity project work.
In some form or other.
I understand the project as it was is unworkable.
The complexity of the topic made it a giant octopus with tentacles so tangled it was choking the life out of it.
I can’t let it go.
I believe the information too important.
Interesting but more importantly, it has the potential to help those dealing with sensitivity to one or more of the 4 Pillars
Information isn’t the problem so much as how to present it.
The topic is too broad, with too many moving parts.
Moving parts that can and do combine and/or interact with repercussions for those who are sensitive.
As I write in Amplfying the Waves: The Role of Electromagnetic Pollution in EMF Sensitivity, as per the laws of physics – and math – there is a particularly troublesome aspect of the condition:
The Cumulative Effect.
Various EM frequencies can combine, amplifying their strength.
They can also cancel each other out.
The Four Pillars of EMF Sensitivity definitely interact, exacerbating an already complex situation.
At times making symptoms that much worse.
It means great care must be taken when mapping out a strategy to deal with the condition.
A solution that addresses one type of EM frequency may actually worsen sensitivity to another.
The Challenge of Knowledge Transfer.
So much of knowing what to do is based on personal experience.
Simply providing the tools has merit but without context may not be effective. On the other hand, trying to provide context for over two decades worth of research is unrealistic.
Until I can find a way to split the middle I’m stuck in neutral.
But I’m not giving up.
I will find a way to make this work!