Is blood type a factor?
Is there a biological factor that means some people suffer the effects of electromagnetic radiation worse than others?
The proteins in our DNA are different, the proteins in our blood are different, and yet we live in one world with the same set of rules. Understanding what makes us different is the first step to finding cures of diseases or deficiencies needing further research.
Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) is increasingly affecting more people in today’s technological age. While many people with the power to do something about it are still arguing whether or not it exists; funding is not given to research those affected.
The idea behind this questionnaire is to do an initial study of a possible link between the blood type and those suffering because of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR). The theory being that the Rh factor (Antigens/proteins) found on the surface of RH Positive red blood cells provides an extra layer of protection RH negative people do not have. All biological cells are affected by EMR but why some are affected so much worse than others is unknown. Could RH negative people be more affected by EHS than RH positive people?
Put your blood type in the questionnaire and we will see. The study is anonymous and you can select to receive the end results of the study if you like, however you will need to provide an email address if you do.
If a conclusive result comes from this initial questionnaire it could lead to a study by a prominent scientist. It would be fantastic to get your data, no matter what your RH factor is, but you must know your blood type to participate.
Who can do the questionnaire?
Answer: Anyone suffering from the ill effects of Electromagnetic Radiation!
Because Electrohypersensitivity is not recognized in many countries this questionnaire is for anyone that knows they are negatively affected by Electromagnetic radiation from cell phone towers, WIFI, cell phones, electrical gadgets and even Radio frequencies. This is not a fool proof controlled study but more a wind vein to show us which way the wind is blowing. We will get an idea which way to head based on the feedback from these questions.
This idea may be inconclusive, but you have to start somewhere…