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Samsung has patents on "smart contact lenses" that can take pictures with the blink of an eye. The pictures are then downloaded via an embedded antenna to a "smartphone-like device."
I'm wondering, have any studies been done on the health effects of sending a wireless signal from the human eyeball to a smartphone-like device?
Being one who can not even hold a hard-wired mouse in my hand for very long without starting to feel pain, let alone a cell phone to my ear! I am suspicious the smart contact lenses could cause me some pain also. So I will do without.
I wasn't always this electrohypersensitive. But smart meters will do that.
So just in case you were wondering if I was wearing smart contact lenses and photographing you without your knowledge, know that I do not intend to try them. Ever.
And definitely would not advise you try them either. Though I know that is totally your free choice.
Unlike smart meters.
Smart meters are not a "free" choice. They have a price tag. And it is huge. And I'm not just talking opt-out fees here.
So if you don't have an opinion about smart meters, or if you've only got one side of the story, take a look at the other side. In depth. For the love of humanity.
Information about smart meters:
- What are smart meters? - Michigan Smart Meter Education Network
- Do they cause fires? - Brian Thiesen / Josh del Sol
- What about health effects? - EMFScientist.org
- And cyber security? - FBI Warning
If you have more questions, please contact me. I don't have all the answers, but I do have personal experience.
Thank you for reading ~ May we all truly be blessed!