Thanks Lily. I don't know where to find the bulbs. I can't spend much
time at the computer anymore and must limit time touching the keyboard
and mouse because of electromagnetic sensitivity.
I believe I found the Havas post at the yahoo group eSens.
Not enough hours in day anymore either, but if get a chance I will see
what I can find ... or anyone is welcome to search for an answer for
Lily. Can I post your question to eSens? Maybe someone there can
answer for us.
Permission is granted for anyone to forward my emails to spread
information people are not getting from mainstream sources.
> Thank you so much for the info. I couldn't find household leds for
sale on> RealUV. Where did you find them?>
> Also Dr. Havas short article is wonderful, everyone should read it.
> > Namaste,> Lily
> Quoting Karen Eck <kareneck@...>:
> > 10:21 AM 10/6/2008,
> > >From: Dr. Magda Havas, B.Sc. Ph.D.
> > >Environmental & Resource Studies,
> > >Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada,
> > >
> > >There are two types of LEDs. One type uses a transformer or ballast
> > >and this type generates dirty electricity and should NOT be used by
> > >anyone who is electrically sensitive. The other is called a CLED and
> > >has neither transformer nor ballast; produces no dirty electricity,
> > >radio frequency radiation or UV; contains no toxic chemicals and can
> > >be recycled; lasts about 50,000 hours; and uses a fraction of the
> > >energy used by CFL. It is still expensive but as demand goes up the
> > >cost will come down. Real UV Corp has CLEDs to replace incandescent
> > >lights, halogen lights and tube fluorescent lights.
> > >
> > >Just an example of energy savings: a 60 watt incandescent uses 60
> > >watts or energy; a similar CFL uses 15 watts; and a similar CLED
> > >uses 3 watts!!!!!
> > >
> > >These bulbs are being manufactured in Taiwan and the person who is
> > >responsible for research and development is Bill Myers. He can be
> > >reached at: <mailto:billm%40realuvcorp.com>billm@...