The EV Emissions You Can Hear

  • June 10, 2023

You have probably heard that many new EVs – including those made by Tesla and Ford –  do not come with AM radio. Or rather, don’t come with AM receivers.

It’s the why that’s interesting.

EV drivetrains create electromagnetic interference and that interferes with AM radio reception badly enough that the people who have bought EVs with AM radio have complained about it – understandably so. You just bought a new vehicle- and if it’s an EV, it’s a very expensive one – and there’s static on the radio.

The problem is there’s apparently no fixing it – at least, not without elaborate (and so, expensive) shielding.

So the “fix” is to delete AM.

It’s a fix of a piece with deleting the AC because you can’t get the compressor to work – or because the latest variant of refrigerant doesn’t work (and that’s not as far-off as it sounds).

Anyhow, it’s bye-bye AM. Which is unfortunate – but for a reason many probably haven’t considered. The cracking sound coming over the speakers was a clue about the EV’s electromagnetic emissions that cannot be seen.

But they are there.

You can hear them. Or rather, the effect of them. What about other possible effects?

It is known that exposure to electromagnetic fields can have negative effects, including possibly serious ones. These EM emissions are without question more of a threat to people’s health than a 0.00-something percent increase in the emissions of carbon dioxide, which constitutes 0.04 percent (or 400 parts per billion) of the air we breath. That plants have to be able to breathe, in order to emit the oxygen we need to live.

Electromagnetic emissions, on the other hand, are associated with various cancers, for instance. It’s why the manufacturers of smartphones advise not holding the things close to your head (or too close to your crotch, if you’re a man).

Yet the government – the very same government that is strong-arming cars off the road that do not expose the people riding in them to any electromagnetic emissions, on the basis of their “contributing” to the 0.00-something increase in the 0.04 percent atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide  and dubious assertions regarding “climate change” that have all so far proved to be either false or wildly exaggerated – is interestingly insouciant about other emissions, significant enough to be heard.

That are known to be harmful above a certain threshold. But rather than look into it – or do something about it – the solution is to make it so that people are unaware of it. And sitting right on top of it.

Literally.

Underneath the seats of an EV lies the high voltage battery that is the power storage medium of the EV. There are also large electric motors that generate electromagnetic fields when they are spinning. Spending a lot of time in an EV leaking EMF could prove to be as bad for your health as snuggling up to a power substation. In a sense, that is exactly what people may be doing if they spend a lot of time inside an EMF-emitting EV.

Some people claim they can feel the electromagnetic emissions – or rather, that they make them feel sick. Low-grade nausea is not an uncommon symptom of spending too much time (or even a little time) over-exposed to electromagnetic fields.

Whether there is a health issue with regards to electromagnetic fields generated by EVs has yet to be established. The government regulatory apparat seems – is – unconcerned. But should you take comfort from that? How far do you trust the regulatory apparat that assured you “vaccines” were “safe and effective”? That is currently pushing EVs?

The fact is the apparat is pushing an agenda – one paid for by those who own the apparat, whether it is the FDA or the EPA.

And those owners are not you – or me.

The owners are paying for something we probably do not want – but want us to be gulled into thinking is both necessary and safe. So that we can be taken for a ride.

If the apparat was not owned by the corporations and other interests with an agenda that is as far removed from “keeping us safe” as Bruce Jenner is from being a woman – if it actually concerned itself  with sussing out genuine threats to the public and worked to prevent the public from being exposed to them (and never mind being forced into them) then caution would be the rule rather than the exception. “Vaccines” that had not proved themselves to be “safe and effective” – after years of small-group (and control group) studies – would never have been pushed on people.

And those crackling sounds emanating from the speakers would have resulted in an inquiry into the effect on people of the emissions that caused them – before potentially millions of people are regularly exposed to them.

Instead, they are to be kept in the dark about what they’re being exposed to – by making sure they don’t hear those crackling sounds, no matter what they might be trying to warn them of.

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