Put a cellular phone (which is on) on your
chest and stand at your ease. If you feel dizzy, unsteady,
nauseous, tightness in the chest, numbness in the arms, or
throbbing of the heart (symptoms vary from person to person),
you might be hypersensitive to electromagnetic radiation.
The photo, left, is of a person having a mobile
phone put close to their ear. It is evident that the subject
is considerably affected due to electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
We also found that the effects are even more pronounced if
the phone rings during the experiment.
According to a thesis about sense, balance
and electromagnetic radiation, one out of five people has
this kind of syndrome. If the symptoms described above were
to happen when a person was standing on the edge of a platform,
it would not be surprising of they were to fall off onto the