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Smart dot phone radiatiation stickers don't work! - who'd have guessed?

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--- Quote ---SmartDot radiation-protection phone stickers 'have no effect'
Stickers supposed to protect users against mobile-phone radiation have no effect, scientists have found.

Energydots says they "counteract the harmful energy emitted by wireless and electronic equipment" to aid sleep, cure headaches and give a clearer mind.

But University of Surrey tests for BBC News found no evidence of any effect.

The Devon-based company told BBC News the stickers were programmed with "scalar energy", which the scientists' equipment would be unable to detect.


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I'm shocked! ;D

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@Gyro I thought this was some Crapstarter herd funded thing... but no, these are all over ebay. "Protect your whole family from harmful EMF waves" is one claim. Other than burying your kids in a lead lined box, under a mountain, there is nothing we can do to escape those bad vibrations. A pack of five dots costs upward to $100, and they are selling. Sadly ebay does not have a reporting category for, this item is a scam.

Also known as placebos.

The product description is nonsense! Those stickers absorb money, not electromagnetic radiation. ;D

They had to use a University to test if they work. :palm:


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