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January 19th, 2007

Yes…But Does It Protect You From Real Electromagnetic Waves Too?

I saw this on Fark.Com and I had to pass it along.  It’s had me giggling for hours…

Can this spray really stop mobile phone signals?

Did you know that, right now, artificial electromagnetic (EM) waves could be tearing your skin cells apart and causing your face to age prematurely? Waves from televisions, mobile phones and radios are all around us. They pass through metres of concrete, so imagine what they’re doing to your skin.

Clarins reckon they have something to help. It’s Expertise 3P, "an ultra-sheer screen mist containing a pioneering combination of plant extracts capable of protecting the skin from the accelerated-ageing effects of all indoor and outdoor air pollution but, most significantly, the effects of Artificial Electromagnetic Waves." It’s a bargain at £30 a bottle.

Artificial Electromagnetic Waves.  Artificial Electromagnetic Waves.  I’m sorry…I’m giggling right now as I type this.  I think I’ll be giggling about this for days.  Artificial Electromagnetic Waves.  Do artificial electromagnetic waves produce artificial magnetism?  If you moved lines of artificial magnetic force across a wire, would they induce an artificial electric current?

Artificial Electromagnetic Waves.  Sounds like something out of Lost In Space dialogue…   Danger!  Danger Will Robinson!  Artificial Electromagnetic Waves!   Warning!   Danger!  Danger! 

Artificial Electromagnetic Waves.  What won’t they think of next? 

One Response to “Yes…But Does It Protect You From Real Electromagnetic Waves Too?”

  1. Tukla in Iowa Says:

    Wow, they can pass through meters of concrete! I’m surprised I haven’t been disintegrated by The Lite FM!

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