Friday, June 28, 2024

Are You Inadvertently Harming Your Baby?

This post was originally published on this blog in 2008 under the title 'Dying To Make That Call #1'. Latest edits are shown in bold.

1. The Masts in Your Home:

As the dangers of living near mobile masts are becoming more recognised, homeowners are becoming increasingly reluctant to tolerate more (non-elective) masts in their neighbourhoods. The mobile companies and local planning departments are now seeking to install new base stations on existing masts. The objections of concerned citizens who do not want radio hot-spots in their midst are largely overruled when adding extra capacity to existing masts. In an attempt to introduce wireless technologies by stealth, the operators are now installing small 'pico' and even smaller 'femto' cells in road signs and other street furniture and are thus exempt from the planning process.

Our Government has so contrived the regulations as to largely, though not totally, exclude health concerns from the planning process, leading concerned residents with no place and no official body to protest to.

With the odds stacked firmly in the operator's favour, they are infiltrating femto cells into homes across the land. The first mast in your home is the Home Hub which not only provides wireless Internet connectivity but allows wireless connections to the telephone network. In effect, a Home Hub is a mobile phone base station inside your home that silently screams its toxic microwave signal at you and your loved ones 24 hours a day.

2. The Second 'Mast In Your Home' is often the base station for a DECT cordless phone. It too floods your home with continuously pulsed digital microwave signals.

Then there's the wireless laptop communicating with its printer and other peripherals like a wireless router (or a Home Hub) as above. Most homes now also have a microwave oven, and depending on how and where it is situated it too contributes to total toxic electrosmog exposure. Many homes also have wireless security systems and intruder alarms that rely on filling rooms with microwave (and ultrasound) signals the whole time.

3. The third and most insidious 'Mast', of all is the wireless (DECT) baby monitor which broadcasts its signal only a few feet away from a young child's head and developing body.

So before you protest about a new mobile phone mast in your neighbourhood, you might consider just how much your chosen elective exposure is already contributing to your and your family's existing electrosmog diet.

Most people's major exposure comes from wireless devices they have brought into their homes. And it's not just them. Exposure comes significantly from your own and the mobile /cellular-phone and tablet computer use of others nearby. When travelling and at work, the chances are your electrosmog exposure is being added to without you ever being aware of it.

Only a proportion of people's everyday exposure is elective i.e. under their control. The rest is non-elective and forced on them. In any event, it makes good precautionary sense to be aware of and manage all your exposures at home, where you spend much of your time and where your body returns to rest and repair.

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Sunday, June 16, 2024

Smart-Phones As Alarm Clocks - A Timely Warning

If you read no further, read this:

The first thing a smart (mobile or cell) phone does when the alarm kicks off is to search for a network connection – whether or not it is in Airplane / Flight mode!

On World EHS Day - 16th June 2024, I was watching a Youtube recording of an excellent webinar; The International Webinar on Children in the Digital Age;

It is hosted by a very credible Doug Wood of Americans For Responsible Technology.

In one quote, Mary Anne Tierney states:

Of 150 6th Graders (11-12 year olds) she was presenting to, 2/3 used their phones as their alarm clock.

I was stunned. Do they not know how reckless that is? Clearly not. Hence the motivation to write this post.

The first thing a smart (mobile or cell) phone does when the alarm kicks off is to search for a network connection – whether or not it is in Airplane / Flight mode!

The few moments before becoming truly awake are, in my experience as an EHS sufferer of nearly 30 years, the time when one is most vulnerable. It incidentally is also perhaps one’s most creative time. Be that as it may, having your head bathed in microwave radiation as you prepare to wake up fully is probably not the best way to start the day.

Maybe your phone / network doesn’t do this. How would you know? The only way to know for sure is to reset your alarm once you are fully awake and test your device as it comes alive with an RF EMR (wireless) meter such as the Acousticom2 or the Safe&Sound ProII. (By the way, I get no commission for these recommendations).

That’s it. There’s not much more to say other than it adds a whole new perspective to “WAKE UP!”

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Monday, June 10, 2024

Wireless Roadkill

or ‘EHS – Road Kill In The Wireless Wild West’

Written for World EHS Day 16 June 2024

Millions of people around the world know that sickening feeling when they hear the crunch of some poor creature disappearing under the wheels of the vehicle in which they are travelling. It is unfortunate and regrettable but driver or passenger they usually do not feel responsible for the creature’s demise. It is generally rationalised that it is ‘the price of progress’ or maybe less charitably ‘that it was ‘the creature’s own fault’. In a little while, as the scenery goes by it is put at the back of their minds. The creature nevertheless lays dead or injured, splattered across the road, it’s life destroyed, often with the utmost disregard. Other drivers may lament the loss but can reassure themselves that ‘there but for the grace of God...’ Of course, it is difficult to reconcile creature’s freedoms with people’s. Roads have always been dangerous and ultimately society has adapted, though children and wildlife have to learn the hard way.

When it comes to road kill, I regret I am much like many other drivers. I try not to hit any creature that foolishly steps into my path but if it comes down to the creature or me, I am afraid the creature is apt to lose. The speed and momentum I have built up cannot be readily diverted. If I am to enjoy the benefits of speed I cannot go against Newton’s first law of motion and anything that gets in my way had best get out of it. With the advent of the railways and motor vehicles, society was going to have the benefits of speed at any price and woe-betide anything or anyone that got in the way. Humans have subsequently learned to live more or less safely with the train and the motor vehicle but speed and momentum are unable to negotiate and require laws and penalties to keep them in check. There are heavy penalties for killing and maiming people on the roads and elsewhere but none for road kill. Fences and by-laws are aimed at preventing trespass on the railways and The Rules of the Road, driver training and speed limits are set and enforced. Pedestrians are taught to act with caution and drivers are held liable for their actions but there are no such official constrains, sanctions, warnings or safety education in the wireless world we now inhabit.

Electro Sensitives Are Today’s Wireless Road Kill.

In trying to live our lives without wireless trespass or harm should anyone have the temerity to get in the way of ‘progress’ they are simply being ‘run over’ and swept aside without regard, regret or indeed a backward glance. Denying that EHS exists at all allows any action involving wireless by anyone to be undertaken without guilt or being held to account. For the average cellular / mobile, Wi-Fi or cordless phone user to enjoy the benefits of speedy communications, if someone or something has to suffer, most people think that’s just too bad, if they think at all. People are going to have the benefits of always-on wireless, come what may and having built a life that relies on it they are not about to have their toys taken away.

Governments around the world have abrogated their responsibilities and have handed over the territory in which we all live out our lives to the wireless companies. We live in a lawless Wireless Wild West without accountability, one that is governed by powerful global corporations and other vested interests.

There Are No Limits...

There are no limits to the power that can be radiated from a broadcast / cellular tower. There are no limits to the amount of wireless radiation that can be imposed on 90,000 people in Wembley Stadium. There are no limits on the number and power-outputs of all the wireless devices you can simultaneous use in your home. There are no limits on the number of devices your employer can demand you are exposed to in the workplace. There are no limits on the wireless exposure inflicted on doctors and patients in surgeries and hospitals. There are no limits to the number of wireless devices used in vehicles, planes, trains, ships or indeed anywhere. There is no limit to the total cumulative radiation exposure you may suffer in a day or indeed a lifetime.

Nobody is yet held liable for wireless pollution and the trespass and harm it imposes on everyone.

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Friday, April 5, 2024

Alarm Systems - Are They Safe?

If there is one thing in this world, one benefit of modern life you tell yourself, its the reliable sentry always looking out for your and your loved ones' wellbeing, the sentinel at the ramparts, it is the good old alarm system. Upon noticing the little lights twinkling away in the corner of a room it is often with a feeling of satisfaction and reassurance that one is doing all that can be reasonably expected to safeguard ones home and every thing of value in it. You dutifully always set the alarm when you go out, it rarely gives a false positive and it protects you from fire, intruders and villains of all descriptions. Oh, and may be a condition of your or your landlord's insurance policy.

But is it safe? "Oh Yes," you say. "We always put it on when we go out."

Technical: There are three main components in most wired domestic alarm systems:

1, The Systems Board, 2, The Control Panel / Keypad and 3, the various Sensors (fire, smoke, CO2, glass, intruder, flood etc.) Some systems are linked by phone line or mobile SIM Card to a 'Central Office' staffed 24/7 by responders who take action according to the instructions associated with the address. Other systems merely activate a sounder(s) and strobe(s) but some when tripped do both. Some are linked to a pendant worn around the neck.

1.    The Systems Board is mains powered through a sealed 12v battery and delivers Direct Current to the sensors which are themselves stand-alone mini-computers. In the normal course of events the whole alarm system is controlled by a remote keypad, usually situated somewhere near the main entrance. Operation is simple, reliable and robust. The Systems Board is usually tucked away in a cabinet somewhere inconspicuous such as under the stairs or in the eaves and is rarely given a second thought. Its circuits however may produce significant oscillating magnetic fields over a range of metre or more. If for example it happens to be the other side of a partition to a child's bed or desk, a favourite / TV chair or near a pets sleeping place, serious damage to health can occur over time.

2.    The Control Panel / Keypad: Should a circuit be broken for any reason, the alarm is set off. The panel then indicates which sensor or zone of sensors has been triggered. The Panel like the Systems Board may, perhaps due to conversions or modifications to the use of space, be mounted inappropriately close to areas where people or pets spend a lot of time.

3.    The Sensors: The range of alarm sensor types is vast and varies from such things as panic buttons, under-mat pressure pads, ultrasound glass breakage sensors, radioactive and optical smoke sensors and many others. Motion sensors are usually contained within the familiar little white enclosures typically mounted in top corners of rooms, passageways, garages etc. Their internal construction generally falls into three types (PIR, Dual-Tech, Tri-Tech) and all three types work by breaking the circuit back to the Systems Board when the type of event they are designed to detect occurs.

PIR - Passive Infra Red: These are an early type of motion sensor that picks up moving heat signatures through a little frosted window and whilst being cheap and readily available are subject to poor event discrimination and in the past at least, frequently produced false alarms. They are however the most environmentally friendly.

Dual Tech: To overcome false alarms Ultrasound was added. It fills the room space with 'silent' standing waves and listens for the Doppler frequency shift caused by any moving object. Some sensors only produce this form of radiation when the PIR has been triggered but others may produce it 24/7. Being constantly bathed in ultrasound even if only when you move is liable to affect hearing, produce tinnitus, upset sleep and may have many other side-effects not immediately associated with alarm systems.

Tri-Tech: To make motion / intruder alarm sensors even more reliable and even less prone to false alarms, Microwave Radiation capabilities have been added. These detect Doppler shift in a similar way to Ultrasound and like Dual-Tech sensors may invoke the Tri-Tech 10 GHz. microwave signal only when the other two sensors agree that an alarm event is occurring. Or they may fill the space 24/7 but, as with Ultrasound the health consequences can be broad-ranging and are rarely linked to alarm sensors. The power output of the microwave component generally has three levels according to the volume of the space being protected. Low, Medium or High and is set by the installation engineer (who must disable the Systems Board when setting up the sensors in order not to be blasted in the face by the microwave and ultrasound signals as the sensor cover is replaced).

Most homeowners do not understand that deactivating their alarm system when they return home simply tells the system not to raise an alarm when sensors are triggered. It does not cease the sensor operation. They continue to operate 24/7. This mode of operating is chosen because it makes the sensors more reliable and stops them suffering condensation and corrosion when unpowered. It does however subject occupants to a never-ending stream of radiation as they move about in their living space. Being hit by a bolt of ultrasound, swiftly followed by a bolt of microwave radiation upon entering a room may alert residents to an issue. By leaving the sensors running 24/7 there is less likelihood that any association will be made. This article focusses on domestic alarm systems but many of the concerns expressed here apply equally to nursing / care homes, offices, factories and other alarm-protected enclosed spaces.

Motion sensors may be fitted with visible indicator lights (red, green, orange, blue) that are tripped by movement and generally indicate the sensor is detecting and discriminating as it should. A blue indicator light may suggest a microwave / Tri-Tech sensor and if this is the case, it is probably a job for the professionals. Ultrasound can be detected by a relatively cheap 'Bat Detector' but the 10 GHz. radio frequency (RF / microwave) radiation is above the range most readily available / affordable meters can detect. To establish what kind of sensors you have see 1. the installers notes / invoice, 2, by calling the alarm service provider or 3, by having an alarm engineer come and deactivate the Systems Board so as to physically examine the motion sensors.

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Friday, April 3, 2020

Relationships Confined At Home

The current lock-down may be putting strain on household and work relationships, particularly where only one person is EHS. See my earlier post:
Everyone is naturally nervous and destabilised in these unprecedented times and this can manifest as increased strife and tension within the home. Ways of being in the same space together that may have been satisfactory in the past can become unbearably strained. People are creatures of habit, especially in their own homes. Familiar words or actions that may have only prompted mild conflict in the past, in close confinement can escalate out of all proportion. The corona virus has obliged us all to find new ways of living and new ways of being with others.
As a project manager trained in NLP I have learnt that failing projects usually suffer fundamentally from conflicts in relationships. That is perhaps unsurprising given that as projects fail, trust is destroyed through deceits, lies, betrayals, broken promises and a whole host of other human failings. Unless this web is untangled, recovery is unlikely. Initially the situation may seem overly complex but when communications are considered it can often be effectively addressed.

The Importance of Good Communications: Unless communications and actions (which we know speak louder than words) are ‘clean’ and unambiguous, trust and consequently relationships suffer. Unfortunately, ways of being with others fall into patterns and sometimes those habits can be destructive. If you want to change behaviour it is a lot easier if the environment is simultaneously changed. Confined in one’s home that may not seem easily achievable but unless physical changes are made, old habits are liable to persist even if not immediately identifiable as such. To create a changed relationship, only one party has to be committed to change. Naturally the other party will be upset, destabilised and wonder what is going on. That’s why good communications are vitally important. They can be supported by non-verbal action such as a change of dress, different meals or times of doing things. Actions however do need to be consistent if they are  to reinforce the commitment to change made by at least one party. There will almost inevitably be push-back as the other party seeks to maintain the familiar though unsatisfactory status quo. Of course the other party may be perfectly happy with the way things are and refuse to negotiate. Absenting themselves from the negotiating table is a common strategy but displays a lack of respect and a lack of commitment. The fact that one party has taken the courage by the unprecedented step of ‘putting it on the line’ is sufficient reason for the other party to attend if they are not to be seen as petty and vindictive. To negotiate a binding agreement one needs clear and unambiguous language as well as an acknowledgement that both parties are in negotiation for personal and mutual benefit. I-Win-You-Lose is a poor agreement and is destined to fan the flames of on-going disagreement. I-Win-You-Win is much more likely to endure. People will generally live up to their word if it has been given willingly and as a result of a negotiated agreement. Sitting down to work through issues takes uninterrupted time. The act of having to physically walk away may allow the dialogue to continue long enough to reach a solution or an acceptable compromise. Unless all aspects of the agreement are clearly understood and committed to by both parties, the relationship is liable to become even worse than it was before. Sharing a home or place of work there are a hundred opportunities each day for misunderstandings to occur. Grievances left unexpressed tend to fester and reactions manifest in sometimes unpredictable and unexpected ways.
When I talk about 'clean communications' I mean words and actions that have little or none of the following:
Justification, judgmentalism, blame, jealousy, resentment, vindictiveness, unkindness, covertness, covetousness or meanness.
Explanation is not justification. Stating a position is not judgmentalism. Who amongst us is blameless? Jealousy will rot the soul. Resentment is corrosive. Vindictiveness or covertly ‘getting even’ have no place in adult relationships. Unkindness, if deliberate, is a choice. If it is unintentional the offended party must have the courage to expose it and give the perpetrator the chance to apologise or otherwise put it right. Otherwise, like other ‘insults’, it is liable to become internalised, fester and breed resentment. Would you risk a relationship, albeit a bad and unsatisfactory one through lack of courage or desire for something better? That is up to you, but recognise it is a choice.
People do not typically welcome change and however bad the status quo might be, at least it is a known. Whatever small or large changes are made, the mind receives the signal that change is in the wind. Changes can be small; sleeping on the other side of the bed, not squeezing the toothpaste in the middle (though I guess we should all have our own tube now), or merely putting it away after use may be sufficient to signal that change is afoot. Rearranging the furniture, changing the flowers, getting a new hairstyle, wearing different clothes, cooking different meals or altering the time of regular occurrences are all signals that can be registered by the conscious and subconscious and pre-alert people that their environment is changing and that they too may need to change. More significant changes need to be coordinated and follow some plan if they are to be effective at catalyzing adjustments in behaviour.
Any agreement has to be negotiated if it is not to be interpreted as an imposition and thus resented and unlikely to be upheld. Habits may reassert their grip on behaviour if individuals themselves are not committed and don’t trust in the other’s equal commitment and respect. When commitment is not firm or faltering, people will continue to interpret words and actions in terms of the old paradigm.

The Golden Rule: Don’t let the sun set on a disagreement or misunderstanding. If you have to stay up all night to reach resolution or an acceptable compromise it is time well spent. That said, sometimes sleeping on an issue may produce unexpected and better ways forward. In any relationship between two people there will be three parties; Person A, Person B and the Relationship. If Person A and Person B are more committed to the relationship than they are even to themselves, inevitable disagreements and misunderstands can be resolved through good communication.
Change takes commitment - your commitment. You must still remain resolute because you may only get one chance to invoke a life-changing shift in an unsatisfactory relationship. If the cracks in a relationship need lino rather than wallpaper to cover them up, it’s time to work towards something better. To drive home the message that the relationship is going through a shift the existing relationship must be terminated and be replaced by a new and improved one, one more satisfactory for both parties.
Gradual shifts are liable to result in back-sliding as old habits re-exert themselves so something unequivocal is needed. Some sort of ceremony may be helpful in laying the old relationship to rest and signalling the birth of a new one. Simply bringing someone a friendly cup of coffee or a box of chocolates may be as much ‘ceremony’ as is necessary. The nature of ‘a ceremony’  in any particular circumstance will vary but its aim is a clear shared sense of ‘a before’ and ‘an after’- in short, a new beginning.

Saturday, August 3, 2019

Dr Dan Interview A

Roger H Moller BSc.Ind.Eng. - Principal Investigator at and himself EHS talks to Dr Dan Harper in San Diego CA about electrosmog and its impact on the body.

Printers For The EHS - A Wireless Warning

Many modern computer printers now come with wireless capability. Some thankfully still also have USB wired connections, but not all do.

Wireless capability may be controlled by, and indicated on, the front panel. What is generally not appreciated is that some, when their wired connection is lost, automatically poll for a wireless connection. It is unlikely that this fact will be apparent from any sales material or published specification.

Wireless polling may happen when the computer to which the printer is connected goes to sleep or when an all-in-one printer is used as a standalone copier. The device’s polling for a wireless connection may not  be accompanied by any indication that it is happening.

Thus anyone the least bit concerned about their EMR exposure is well-advised to check with an RF Meter, such as the excellent EMFields Acousticom2, to ensure they are not inadvertently being exposed to needless wireless radiation.

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Developers & Builders

What are you thinking - constructing new homes under high voltage power lines is okay?

Scenario: You are smarter than the average developer/builder and have found a spare plot of land or one ripe for redevelopment and think you are well placed to turn a profit. There is only one 'fly in the ointment'; it is under or close to overhead high voltage power lines or a substation. Could exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR) be an issue?

You have looked into the legal situation and established there are NO UK laws or guidelines whatsoever preventing you from going ahead. Naturally you try to sell off-plan as much as possible and you will have fulfilled your 'affordable housing quota' with the less attractive plots. Even so, some properties fail to sell. Encouraged by interest and sales already made, you complete the development as new homeowners move in. With luck you will be able to sell the remaining properties and still make a profit even if you have to reduce some prices. If prices of slow-to-sell properties are reduced too far however, prospective buyers may ask 'Why?'  New homeowners within the development may conclude that they paid too much and the value of their property might not be what they had hoped.

In the real world of 2019, public awareness concerning the adverse health dangers associated with high voltage power lines is growing, as rightly it should and people are voting with their feet. Nobody wants to invest in a property that is intrinsically unsafe and for which they may have difficulty attracting buyers when, sooner or later, it comes time to sell. 

The acceptance of risk and the consequences of a decision to buy or not is one that prospective purchasers and their families will have to live with. As the developer, you will likely move on to other projects safeguarded by the officially maintained status quo and inadequate advice from The W.H.O. - World Health Organisation and Public Health England - P.H.E.

People are increasingly rejecting the hollow reassurances of sellers and estate agents; 'Pylons? - They’re not an issue. The Government has given them the all-clear.' Even cleverly framed 'artists impressions’ or photographs may be insufficient ‘guarantees’ when a simple drive-by provides enough due diligence for buyers to look elsewhere.

In the present uncertain climate The Precautionary Principle remains sound and savvy buyers are increasingly unwilling to accept the risk. Caveat Emptor - Buyer Beware remains as true today as it ever was.

Developers and builders may benefit from an early investigation before investing time and money in potentially compromised properties or land. Likewise, where EMR might be an issue, Purchasers can save expense and heartache by engaging a qualified EMR surveyor early in the buying process.

Knowledge Is Power: 

Emerging understanding informs the future.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019


One of the most distressing and downright dangerous aspects of man-made electromagnetic radiation is its ability to upset the beating of the heart. When the heart's electrical rhythm is disrupted atrial fibrillation or tachycardia can result and the heart's ability to pump blood in a co-ordinated fashion is lost. 

Such a disorganised and chaotic state may spontaneously correct itself however if the heart is unable to restore its muscular synchronisation within a few minutes, minimal blood flow will starve not only the brain but the heart as well. 

Unless order is swiftly restored, the person dies.

Defibrillators are made to stop the heart – dead, using a single powerful electric shock. The expectation is that once the heart's ineffectual tremblings are stopped, its two internal pacemakers (SA & AV nodes) will spontaneously restore proper synchronised function and normal blood flow will resume. 

Sadly that is not always the case.

The heart (and the brain) are controlled by very small signals making both susceptible to even low-level pulsed electromagnetic radiation. Rather than address the effects of electro-pollution and particularly the rise in atrial fibrillation and tachycardia, a technological fix that can be sold to communities across the world is now being rolled-out.

As our world becomes more saturated with always-on, pulsed digital, microwave radiation from Tetra / 2G / 3G / 4G-ESN / 5G masts, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the thousands of transmitting low earth satellites presently being deployed, quick access to a defibrillator may become crucial to survival.

In the meantime, routinely minimising cumulative in-home/at-work/in-car electromagnetic exposure may lessen the chance of such life-threatening traumas happening to you or your loved ones.

Monday, June 24, 2019

Invisible Assailant - A Tracker

Last summer my young nephew visited by train and stayed overnight. Questioning him on arrival, “Yes” he’d turned off his smart-phone and his tablet computer as well as his e-reader and  Bluetooth® headphones and left his Fit-Bit® at home. He assured me he had nothing else wireless.
I checked with my EMFields Acousticom2 just to be sure and everything was quiet. We had dinner together and talked until late. He went to bed in the guest room and I turned off the mains, as I routinely do. Imagine then my surprise at about 6am the following morning soundly asleep in the room next door, when I was suddenly and brutally yanked wide awake by repeated slams to my head. I could not endure the beating and had to immediately get up and flee. I checked with my Acousticom2 and sure enough, there was what I deduced was a Bluetooth® transmitting device somewhere in the house. From downstairs it was clear the signal was coming from his room. I went for a walk to get out of range, reluctant to wake my nephew after his long journey and upon my return a couple of hours later I questioned him, quite vigorously. 

“No”, he assured me, he “really did not have anything else that could be transmitting.”

A moment later he said,“Ah....It could be the Chipolo®.”

What the hell is a Chipolo®?” I said, unimpressed. 

Dad gave it to me because I kept losing my keys.” he said. “Its a tracker.” 

He ferreted in his bag and produced a little black disc attached to his keys. My meter confirmed it was indeed the offending source of the sudden attack that had catapulted me from my bed. 

A Chipolo® is sealed-for-life, a little larger than a 50 pence piece and costs around £20. A quick on-line search revealed it also comes in a credit-card sized equivalent. Battery life is advertised as a year. Unable to turn it off, we removed the little bugger, wrapped it in aluminium foil in a vain attempt to isolate it and resorted to placing it in the shed far away from the house. 

Electro hyper sensitives (EHS) are often affected more severely when they are inactive i.e. when stationary/sleeping so how had I been fine all evening and able to sleep soundly through the night?

It appears, to save battery life, the device hibernates when it gets no response. At around 6am each day, forestry lorries start to come past the house. I can only conclude that a smart-phone in one of the passing cabs, constantly sniffing for any Bluetooth® device, had woken the Chipolo® and me, up. By co-opting other people’s Bluetooth® devices, the short-range Chipolo® transmitter can hop, skip and jump via Wi-Fi and the Internet to anywhere in the world. Low-powered Bluetooth® tracking devices can thus be located even when their paired device is out of range.

How on earth
is an EHS sufferer to counter similar silent and insidious attacks from now common personal wireless devices that are typically hidden from view?

How is anyone else supposed to believe the poor unfortunate (and oft ridiculed) EHS sufferer when such occurrences are so far beyond public awareness?