In our first interview with Dave Stetzer, the founder of Stetzer Electric and the developer of the Stetzerizer® power line electromagnetic filter, we learned that 70% of the current from the U.S. electrical grid goes back onto the wires or into the ground. Dr. Magda Havas, an associate professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University, set out to disprove this claim. After observing Dave’s measurements herself, she realized that the ground is no longer a sink for current but a source that feeds into the plumbing of all homes and buildings. If we hope to ever fully grasp the magnitude and health risks of electrosmog (including dirty electricity, microwave radiation, and other forms of electropollution), we need to understand ground current and stray voltage.
The level of misinformation and attacks on Dave Stetzer and Dr. Havas has been astounding. Recently, Health Canada wrote a hit piece about Stetzer Electric products based on a notably flawed experiment, so we invited them both to the show to address the flaws in the study. Join us with the frontrunners of electrosmog research as we clear up misconceptions about the Stetzerizer® Filter, discuss the spread of cell phone towers, teen cell phone use, the effect of wifi in our homes, offices, and school systems, and find out how we can protect ourselves from electropollution.