I can't say that this has ever happened to me in particular, but how many times have you just been sitting around your house, and thought, "Boy...I wish I could just get the voices in my head to stop!" Now, if you have a medical condition that causes this, I mean no disrespect, because I don't think this item is geared toward you, anyhow. Not to say it isn't worth a try.

However, I imagine this is geared more toward people who think the Earth is flat. Or that think we never landed on the Moon. Or that we're all about to be overthrown by a master race of reptilian, alien overlords.

But as I was cruising through Craigslist in the electronics section, I found this post for an item jumped out at me right away. For $50, you can purchase an EMF resistor, which according to the very short post, should quiet the voices in your head from cell phone antennas that may be in your proximity.

According to the World Health Organization, EMF's are defined as:

Electric and magnetic fields are part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation which extends from static electric and magnetic fields, through radio frequency and infrared radiation, to X-rays.

There is much debate about how much these waves can affect people. In the news, we've heard about EMF's coming out of anything from cell towers, to them being weaponized for uses in deep-cover spy stuff. Although, the jury is still out on what long-term effects may be sustainable from mass exposure to EMF's.

So basically, if you believe technology is trying to poison your mind and body, it certainly couldn't hurt to have a little protection on your side. On the web page above where I got some of the definitions, they're quick to point out that not a lot of research has been done about electromagnetic fields, and their impact on people. But also that exposure to them does grow every day, as we become a more technologically advanced society.

It just shows me that maybe dolphins and whales really are the higher evolved species on this planet. You can hear them talking underwater for miles, and they're smart enough to live underwater where they can't be harmed by literally everything they do day to day. Of course, now I sound like I need a tin foil hat. But, haha, are you really surprised?