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Unread 08-06-2011, 08:26 AM   #11
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Found a video clip of tv snow.....You can view it full screen.
http://www.pond5.com/stock-footage/7...-noise-02.html
Thanks Marlene, but anythng sent though the internet is digital, not analogue, and I tested such and they dont give the same physiological or healing effect in me and so I would guess they also dont work for migraine. Im afraid its an analogue tv set or nothing.

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Unread 08-06-2011, 02:25 PM   #12
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So unless you have an old TV, you can no longer get the "snow". Is that correct?
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So did you ty the above staring at white noise (tv snow or static)methontd?
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Not only did I try it, I submitted it to a couple of other migraine support groups, where several people, including myself, tried it numerous times under variable circumstances. No-one got it to work, and a few said it exacerbated their headaches.
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So unless you have an old TV, you can no longer get the "snow". Is that correct?
Yep, Marlene, it will probably say if its analoge on the back, digital began about five years ago, , although somewhere I read a few digital tvs get snow, bt its not all frequency and thus wont give the same effect, and probably wont work, and the vast majority of digitals dont get it. I bought my analogue tv sets at thrift stores for ten dollars . Make sure the snow is not distorted by bleedthru on some channels

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1 Can you look on the back of your tv set and see f it says its an analogue or digital? How old is it?

Not only did I try it, I submitted it to a couple of other migraine support groups, where several people, including myself, tried it numerous times under variable circumstances. No-one got it to work, and a few said it exacerbatedtheir headaches.
Thanks Dr Smith for trying it, rather disappointing you all did not duplicate the results of the original two. Would you mind helping me to make sure you did what they did by answering a few questions. I would be very grateful if you could humor me in this regard.

1)Can you look on the back of your tv set and see f it says its an analogue or digital? How old is it?

2 IF it can be assumed hypothetiically it does work universally, then the most likely reason it does not work in an individual is that there was an electronic item too near while staring at the snow , as I pointed out in my original post here on this thread. So was your computer off, cell or mobile phone not near you, no radio on , how far was the tv you stared at from all parts of your body and how big was the screen , were any other electronics on in the room? or if you live in an apartment , was there a possibility a neighbor had on his flat screened tv set, they stop this from working up to 17 feet I have fond which I learned the hard way can stop this from working by the radiation going through your walls floor or ceiling, if you are close enough, roughly , causes no healing effect to occur, any of those giant towers in your vicinity, like the big electrical transmission lilnes or one of those cell phone towers or how close is the street power line to your body, a normal distance is ok, super close isnt, and the one to your house is ok. All these things prevent our bodies from responding to this type of stimulation. It is extremely important.The only thing I have seen it work on if i exposed to this other electronic radiation while staring is aanxiety, even though it does work if free from that other radiation for many problems in my experience. The 2 who it worked for I do know were away from other radiation.

3 Do you smoke?

4. .How long did you try it and was the sound off on the tv set?

5. Was your cable box off, and so you were looking at what your tv was producing by itself , not your cable which may be a digital signal?

6. Can you PM me the names of the other migraine sites you posted at so I can see if the ones who reported trying it included the details of what they actually did ?

Thanks a lot.

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1. Definitely analog; there were no digital sets when mine were made (1 B&W, 1 color, one RGB monitor attached to analog tuner).

2. No RF interference of any kind.
Recommended distances for set sizes (13"-15")

3. No.

4. Sound off - varying times w/ varying ambient light levels.

5. Not applicable.
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steve, once you start saying that this cures the common cold in an hour, and heals vocal chords, and et cetera, it sounds like quackery. thats why nobody is trying it or responding to it...

how can staring at a fuzzy tv cure damaged vocal chords, or cure sneezing, sniffling, cold symptoms. come on, man!

and i sleep in the fetal position most every night and my ms has not healed...

no offense but nothing cures everything
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