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April 28, 2009

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EnergyGeekCa

Not only do CFLs contain mercury but they emit ultraviolet radiation and electromagnetic radiation.... and it's making a lot of people sick.. a lot more than you are hearing about. I am almost done a lengthy blog post on this that should be up soon. I think the information will shock a lot of you.

For now you might want to have a look at Dr. Magda Havas' report called, Health Concerns associated with Energy Efficient Lighting and their Electromagnetic Emissions,
http://www.weepinitiative.org/LINKEDDOCS/scientific/08_Havas_CFL_SCENIHR.pdf

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