Is Your Hair Dryer Out To Get You?Robert Buderi
Except for the padlocked driveway gate, the year-old house on East New Lenox Road looks much the same as others in the quiet Berkshires town of Lenox, Mass. But inside, the main furnishings are appliances, and the walls are open to expose wiring and pipes. The idea is to measure the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) generated in an average residence, and the results of this experiment ultimately could affect every home in America.
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