Wednesday, 25 April 2018
Liz Barris: Please take part in our new EHS study!
(Electrosensitive individuals only)
Message from Liz Barris:
We are very happy to announce we have a new study underway from the same team that recently decimated the myth that EHS is a psychological problem by producing the ground breaking study * showing EHS in pictures on an fMRI (functional MRI scan), finally making the invisible - wireless radiation's affect on the brain - visible, as seen above!
This is allegedly what our government uses to look at effects on the brain and/or EHS from microwave targeting, such as with the American Embassy employees in Cuba, only they don't tell the public this is a way to see if your brain has been damaged by wireless radiation.
If you are EHS we hope you will participate in our new study. It's not an fMRI, it is only a questionnaire so we hope you will participate. If you know someone who is too EHS to use a computer please print it out and mail it to them. Please do pass this questionnaire on to any EHS people you might know of.
Please note that you do not have to fill in all of the questionnaire in one go - you can log out, and then return to complete the rest. The survey is divided up into 6 pages, of 10 questions per page (the last page has 7 questions). One you complete and submit the first, or any subsequent, page, it will save that page.
You may notice the questions have a broad range. This is because we plan on publishing multiple papers from the information gathered from this one questionnaire. Whether or not the paper/s are ever published, it is important to know that your name will never be published in any of the paper/s, and any and all information will be kept strictly confidential
Link to covering letter and the EHS questionnaire:
* Functional brain MRI in patients complaining of electrohypersensitivity after long term exposure to electromagnetic fields, Gunnar Heuser and Sylvia A. Heuser
Corrigendum to: Functional brain MRI in patients complaining of electrohypersensitivity after long term exposure to electromagnetic fields