No rush, I won't hold my breath.
Even the worst "sufferers" of it can't successfully detect the presence of the very thing that supposedly leaves them in agony.
That is complete nonsense. With a bit of training, every one can do that.
the point is not about detecting, the point is about being affected.
"Well controlled and conducted double-blind studies have shown that symptoms were not correlated with EMF exposure."
Sorry, you are not listening, are you?
Not any more, nope. You've gone full circle with that shotgun o' logic; feel free to just keep recursively quoting yourself from the above two choices until you get bored.
System going down at 1:45 this afternoon for disk crashing.