Silver Is Secret Ingredient In Anti-Radiation Underwear

Silver Is Secret Ingredient In Anti-Radiation Underwear

‘This covers the entire range of radiation emitted by wireless devices, from voice and text through to 4G and Wi-Fi – almost everything is blocked…’ – inventor Joseph Perkins
Silver is one of the most reflective metals on the planet. The precious metal has many uses, including as a conductor of energy and even anti-bacterial functions. We can add one more to this list of uses for silver: radiation protection.

This so-called “smart underwear” protects male fertility from radiation emitted by modern electronic such as smartphones and laptops. Designed by a British scientist, the pants were called “underpants for superheroes” by Sir Richard Branson. A pure silver mesh has been woven into the fabric of the Wireless Armour underwear

The pants reportedly protect against 99.9 percent of electromagnetic radiation emitted from modern electronics, tablets and laptops. These devices have been linked to fertility problems by scientists.

It shields against 99.9 per cent of electromagnetic radiation, which is emitted from devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, and has been linked to fertility problems by scientists.

“Like so many people, my smartphone and laptop use has increased dramatically in recent years, which made me realise that I was exposing myself to large amounts of electromagnetic radiation, mostly centred on my groin,” inventor Joseph Perkins said. “With my physics background I knew there must be a way to shield from electromagnetic radiation using a simple solution.” Perkins got to work.

“Wireless Armour has been tested by an industry leader in wireless shielding and the results show that our fabric shields against 99.9 per cent of the radiation emitted between 100MHz to 2.6GHz.

“Put simply, this covers the entire range of radiation emitted by wireless devices, from voice and text through to 4G and Wi-Fi – almost everything is blocked.”

Photo: Wireless Armour/PA

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