Post by Lisa Petrison on Nov 14, 2011 13:14:20 GMT -5
A report from someone sensitive to EMF's:
This link should take you to an article about the "Quiet Zone", which is the zone around the giant telescope at Green Bank, West Virginia. The article is from back in 2004, but seems to give a good explanation:
There is driving, public transport and hotel info.
I was visiting there in March myself actually -- and felt pretty good overall there except for near the NRAO buildings where the telescopes are -- apparently due to the fact that there are certain frequencies being emitted there. A number of sensitive people have also apparently felt the same thing.
April 2017 we stayed in Wheeling, WV for 2 nights. I entered multiple buildings in town and toured the local campus, and minus one problematic diner, I felt amazing during my entire stay. The day I was out and about the most was a dark and rainy day, which normally causes fatigue, sadness, and sinus stuffiness, but I didn't experience any of this. This reaction may be different during the summer months, but in April the location felt good.