This is interesting ... Green Bank, West Virginia is situated in the middle of the National Radio Quiet Zone so all all electromagnetic signals are banned within the zone including WiFi and cellphones. The zone was set up to protect the world's largest radio telescopes from electronic interference.
I wonder how they enforce that ... must be a tough place to be a teenager, no cellphone calls or texting till you get clear of the 13,000 square mile National Radio Quiet Zone.
"Green Bank, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, falls in the middle of the 13,000 square mile National Radio Quiet Zone.
Here, mobile phones, radio and TV transmitters and Wi-Fi are forbidden to prevent interference with one of the world's largest radio telescopes."
Another EHS sufferer, former bank vice-president Deborah Cooney said she felt she was being 'slowly poisoned' back in San Diego, California.
The 50-year-old said her symptoms developed after hundreds of Wi-Fi enabled smart meters were installed next to her home in 2011.
Deborah said: 'It began with a constant ringing in my ears. I couldn't sleep in the house anymore and felt sick all the time.
'Any food I brought into the house would make me feel ill. I got heart palpitations.
'It was like I was slowly being poisoned.'
Even her pet cat Mimi, a purebred Himalayan, became ill from the harmful radiation she believed had been emitted from the smart meters, she added.
Americans allergic to electromagnetic signals settle in small West Virginia town where WiFi is banned