I know, I was lazy and just copied the title. Is this a problem that is likely to get worse or does such an allergy really exsist? I will be honest and say I dotn really know enough about how wi-fi actually works to know if it could cause such effects as making a person "dizzy, sick and disorientated".
I did a search before posting and couldnt find anything about "Electromagnetic Hypersensetivity", so I apologise if this has already been seen.
the cynic in me is screaming that this is more to do with his mental state rather than a physical affliction and I'm sure his years as a club DJ, being bombarded by loud noise, has nothing to do with his current state.
A cynic is what an idealist calls a realist..apart from that I've heard it all before and unlike many people I do not have a short memory. People are born to blame everything and everyone but themselves.
I can instantly sense the Wi-Fi and have to leg it."
My initial reaction is to express complete agreement with GANDALF <|:-)>'s considered opinion. Numerous tests carried out in controlled conditions have consistently demonstrate that people who think they're suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity cannot tell whether they're being exposed to an electromagnetic field or to absolutely nothing.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity is not currently a condition that is recognised by the medical profession.
According to this article it affects 2% of the population. I would be very skeptical of anyone who claims that they can sense if they are in the midst of a Wifi signal, and if they can, put their ramblings to the test.
You have badly underestimated the planet's capacity for recovery and regeneration if you think that it's in any real danger of sustaining any permanent damage as a result of our meddling. We'll have our time as a species, and will no doubt cease to exist at some future point, but the planet will survive, and new species will evolve - what's happening now is an insignificant blip in the life of the earth.