However, the makers of these pendants say that's bad and false science, since the "all radiation is bad for you" claim was debunked years ago and is now considered junk science. They claim that radiation in small doses, like anything natural, is good for you, including water. So the radiation from sunlight for example, as well as from hot mineral springs, is good for health, as well as the negative ions it brings. That makes some sense. See this video about it below. It makes sense and gives some common examples about how a little radiation is good for you, not harmful as the government claims.
This video explains why negative ions are good for your health and help block out the effects of harmful EMF from the electronic devices we use everyday.
Also see more info here:
http://understandingscalarwaves.blogspo ... is-it.html
https://www.scalarenergypendants.com/sc ... ence-list/
Links that debunk the claim that all radiation, including low levels, is bad:
http://hiroshimasyndrome.com/radiation- ... -myth.html
http://www.21stcenturysciencetech.com/A ... abrese.pdf
http://spectrum.ieee.org/podcast/at-wor ... ns-big-lie
http://junkscience.com/2011/09/20/shock ... old-model/
This reviewer on Amazon also explains why these quantum pendants are not as dangerous as the government claims.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-revi ... Q9M6MR16OT
These pendants have many good reviews on Amazon and Ebay. Personally, I trust people's feelings far more than I do any established scientific organization, government agency, or corporate media. So I'd rather believe the experiences and feelings of the general public, especially the holistic health community, rather than what establishment sources say, which we all know are highly controlled, corrupt and hive minded. See here:4.0 out of 5 stars
Radioactivity Seems Unlikely
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2014
I just wanted to say that there are a number of reviews about this item claiming the cheaper pendants to be radioactive. I would have to disagree with this statement. First of all, it would be extremely costly to render materials radioactive, defeating the purpose of selling it for cheap. It would also be detrimental to those making the pendants because they would be exposed to the materials and prolonged exposure would be deadly. Buyers wearing radioactive necklaces would notice physical symptoms. Radioactive pendants would also set off things like metal detectors or the security scanners people pass through when they go into the store to shop. There are also protocols that the mailing systems use to determine if packaging is safe and to confirm nothing hazardous is contained inside. Even a slight radioactive readout would have post offices putting the package on high alert because it is illegal to ship dangerous or hazardous materials.
Negative ions are a natural source in the earth and they can be used to alter electromagnetic fields. This may be the reason why some reviewers are saying it registers on their radioactive meters. Metaphysical scientists also believe that these pendants can help people who are being haunted because of their ability to alter these fields. The theory is that ghosts draw energy from electromagnetic sources and are rendered unable to do so when negative ions are clearing the air and calming these fields.
I have spent considerable money on negative ion generators over the years and I've also tried these cheaper pendants. Some reviewers are pointing out "fake" ones that companies send out. Since human beings have a natural electromagnetic field surrounding their bodies, some of the reviewers may just be affected in a negative way because they either don't need the product or their fields are particularly sensitive to it. The mineral resources these pendants come from are not exactly rare and it seems unlikely sellers would go out of their way to deliver fake materials when much of what is contained in these objects can be bought at a local store (Himalayan Rock Salt Lamps are comparable and perform the same function. The only real difference is they can't be carried with you like these pendants can).
I can't speak for all the sellers because I haven't bought from each one, but my most recent purchase of this pendant came in at about $8, came with a nice thick plastic card with an authenticity number, and so far, it's helping to clear the air around me (I have a high electromagnetic field and I am very sensitive to other fields around me. These pendants help me to keep peace of mind and they tend to relieve my fibromyalgia pain).
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=quantum+scal ... _sb_noss_2
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R ... t&_sacat=0
They come in all designs and prices, from cheap to expensive. But Ebay seems to sell them cheaper than Amazon in general. So if you're on a budget, you can try Ebay, though you take more risks with Ebay because the sellers aren't as vetted for as on Amazon. Plus Ebay shipping takes a lot longer now, especially if it's coming from China, because of drop shipping or something.
Here are some images and graphics that highlight the benefits of wearing quantum scalar pendants.
https://www.amazon.com/RADIATION-PROTEC ... 07B8Y8LXF/
What do you guys think? Is it worth trying? Is the radioactive quality of these pendants really dangerous?