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Lost Arts Radio Show #86 - Special Guest Barrie Trower

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Back by overwhelming popular demand of our listeners, U.K. microwave weapons and technology expert Barrie Trower will be back with us this Sunday to do a full show on just answering questions from our listeners. Thank you to all of you who have emailed me your questions for Barrie, we should get through most of them on Sunday. Barrie is in the midst of a very demanding filming schedule right now in addition to his other commitments, and was very generous to give us the time for this weekend, so I hope you'll get a chance to listen either live or to the recorded archive later on. We'll be covering all kinds of questions relating to cell phones, cell towers, smart meters, other types of Wi-Fi devices, and definitely questions on how to limit our exposure to the harm coming from this type of technology. Normally, I'd be giving you our guest's website so you could go there before the show to learn more, but Barrie intentionally has no website, no computer and not even a cell phone of any kind. He lives in a remote area of England with minimal EMF pollution. Barrie actually lives and believes what he teaches, which gives his words even more significance. And remember, if you have more questions you haven't sent in yet, Barrie likes Lost Arts Radio and has already indicated he'll come back as long as you are interested in listening to what he has to say. At the rate Wi-Fi and microwave technologies are spreading worldwide, Barrie's input is likely to remain vital for us to stay informed.

Join me, your host Richard Sacks, every week for fascinating discussions, amazing guests and useful information that you will not want to miss. On the radio show website (www.lostartsradio.com) you will find links to the radio show archives, our articles, educational resources, announcements, and other features you will enjoy and learn from.

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