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    30 years ago I bought an EMF Meter to study the the definite and consistent neurological effects (fried spinal nerves) and Power Frequency EMF. My sons’ Neurologist directed me to Tyler, who’s fried spinal nerves (Arthrogryposis) were similar to my sons. I suspected the transmission lines behind our house were the cause of my son’s problems. Notably, the ducks hatched next door had similar fried nerves/joint contractions. The transmission lines were reenergized twice a day as the current flow was reversed, generating a very strong heart stopping EMF pulse. Tyler’s mother worked operated an older X-Ray machine the generated a similar very strong EMF pulse every time it was used. Tyler’s mother found new employment and was delighted to introduce her new and healthy son.
    PRUDENT AVOIDANCE can save lives.

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