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Metals Attract Radiation, Lexan and Metal Water Bottles

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[2013] 

[Fred] 

Storing food and stainless steel? Yes? No?  

[Aajonus] 

You attract a lot of radiation to metal, not a good idea. Use glass.  

[Fred] 

What do you mean you track a lot of radiation to metal?  

[Aajonus] 

Well, what do you use as antennas? Metal is an antenna for any kind of radio waves, wifi waves, you name it. 

[Fred] 

Oh, okay. Cause the food's in the metal and then it attracts radiation.  

[Aajonus] 

It attracts the radiation and just broadcasts right to your food.  

[Fred] 

Yeah, well, glass has a liability of breaking, so someone gave me some un stainless steel bottles for water and I thought, you know. 

[Aajonus] 

But not a good idea. 

[Attendee] 

What about the metal tops on the glass jars?  

[Aajonus] 

The food's not touching it and it's not going to broadcast through, unless you fill it to the top. You're doing that with vegetable juice, but you've also gotten a refrigerator and the walls are blocking. 

If you're carrying around a metal container with your fluid in it, you're getting it into your body and into your hand going up all through your body, in the food, and then you're drinking it, just adding all that radiation to the body.  

[Attendee] 

So, if you wanted something that was non unbreakable, a container to carry a liquid drink in, what would you use? 

[Aajonus] 

Lexane.  

[Kathy] 

It's okay? 

[Aajonus] 

I don't like it. If it gets hot, if the sun hits it, the phthalates are gonna move into it, so you have to keep it out of the sun. You can't let it get too high, can't let it get over 102°.  

[Attendee #2] 

So, if you're in a car or anything, so then you just have glass? 

[Aajonus] 

Yeah.  

[Attendee #2] 

So, why would you be wanting? 

[Attendee] 

Well, I'm thinking, I take glass with me when I go to play tennis. You're not allowed to, but I do it anyway. But I was just sort of thinking, sometimes I'll go someplace and I want to put something in my pocket I could take with me and so I'm just looking for, because you asked a question, was there another choice of something that was okay in an emergency.  

[Aajonus] 

Well, if you wanna play tennis, make sure you got it in a thing where the sun-  

[Attendee] 

Well, I bring these glass jars. But I'm not supposed that, people call me on it and I'm like, well, this is what I'm doing.  

[Aajonus] 

Just tell 'em you're allergic to plastic and you're allergic to metal and plastic, you can't use anything else on.  

That'll shut 'em up fast. Anytime a person gives you hassle, say, "I'm allergic to it, you want me to be sick?"  

[Attendee #2] 

You're not allowed to go on planes with any glass. As far as I know. It can only be like three ounces. 

[Aajonus] 

I take four quarts with me because of the doctor's letter. And then you got a doctor's letter from me, right? 

[Attendee] 

No. I don't have one, I haven't flown in a while. 

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