Silver-lined boxer briefs … it sounds like something Donald Trump would do to show off, combined with something a conspiracy theorist would wear to complement his tinfoil hat.
So why are silver-lined boxer briefs like those made by Stegasus slowly gaining traction?
Because the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) are becoming harder and harder to deny. Years of studies funded by the EMF producers have muddied the waters, but average people who believe “better safe than sorry” are trying a different approach.
They defend themselves against EMFs … and realize that silver-lined underwear isn’t just for billionaires and UFO chasers. Everyone can reap real, tangible health benefits from protecting their favorite body parts from excessive EMF.
What Are EMFs?
Electromagnetic fields arise when electrically-charged particles accelerate. The field propagates at the speed of light and interacts with charges and currents.
Electromagnetism is one of the fundamental forces of the universe, along with gravity, the strong nuclear force, and the weak nuclear force. For all the fretting about cell phones and laptop computers, the biggest source of electromagnetic fields to which we are exposed is the sun. We all know how harmful the sun can be if we fall asleep on the pool lounge without sunscreen on.
But we live in societies that push electrically-charged particles to and fro with a vengeance. They’re called “electrons,” and cycling them from place to place creates electricity. Of course, electricity is everywhere. If you stand near a power main line, even far away from one, and you receive 50% more exposure to EMFs than you would from the sun.
We switch on the lights, bathe our homes with WiFi and Bluetooth signals, and stand impatiently at the microwave oven waiting for the TV dinner to heat to perfection.
Then there’s the tiny EMF-emitting device we carry in our pockets, inches from our genitals, at all times. When you carry a cell phone in your pocket sixteen hours a day, imagine standing in front of a microwave oven for sixteen hours. Hips facing the machine.
How Can EMFs Harm You?
Pierre and Marie Curie famously succumbed to cancer as a result of their work with X-rays and other forms of ionizing radiation, a kind of high-energy EMF with wavelengths shorter than the visible spectrum of light.
Over 100 years later, a segment on Larry King Live featured a distraught husband claiming cell phones gave his wife a brain tumor. A later study of rats exposed to cell phone EMF revealed an increased incidence of malignant schwannoma cancer in the rodents’ brains.
Despite these disquieting results, you will find little in the way of scientific consensus about the dangers of consumer electronic EMF. Consumer electronics like laptops and cellular phones produce non-ionizing radiation, with wavelengths longer than the visible spectrum of light. The correlation between non-ionizing EMFs and cellular damage is not as clear.
The communications companies, who depend on cellular consumption for their $1 trillion industry, have muddied the waters even further. They have funded studies that predictably produce evidence that cell phones are perfectly safe, or at least impossible to correlate with the raft of adverse health outcomes we experience as a society.
Nevertheless, mounting evidence points to what seems like common sense for many people — humans were never meant to be bathed in so many EMFs. Thousands of peer-reviewed studies link EMFs from consumer electronics to adverse effects like:
- Risk of Cancer. In 2011, a working group of the World Health Organization classified mobile device usage as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”
- Myocardial Oxidative Stress. NIH studies have linked cell phone usage to an accumulation of free radicals, which can exacerbate heart disease.
- Decreased Sperm Quality. Of particular concern to boxer-brief wearers, cell phone usage has been linked to a two-decade decline in the sperm quality of males in communities where mobile device use is common.
How do EMF-Blocking Boxer Briefs Work?
Stegasus EMF-Blocking Boxer Briefs use proprietary technology to block 99% of all EMFs, including cellular signals in the 4G and 5G wavelengths.
Faraday invented the Faraday Cage in 1836 to protect sensitive electronic equipment from external EMF sources.
Think of your own sensitive equipment. Think about how often a cell phone or laptop computer gets pressed up against it. Don’t they deserve at least as much protection as the rudimentary radio transmitters of Faraday’s era?
Testing your EMF-Blocking Boxer Briefs
The device you want is an EMF detector. Professional-grade detectors are expensive, but a consumer-level EMF detector can be purchased online for under $200 and in some cases under $100. Most EMF detectors measure magnetic induction in units of gauss — or, at the consumer electronics level, milligauss (one thousandth of a gauss).
When your Stegasus EMF-Blocking Boxer Briefs arrives, use your new EMF detector to measure the ambient EMF in the room. Then take another reading with the EMF detector sensor wrapped in your Stegasus EMF-Blocking Boxer Briefs.
Don’t worry too much about what a gauss or a milligauss actually is. You’re looking for the second reading to decrease by 99% compared to the reading outside the boxer briefs. Feel free to reach out to us if you get a reading you don’t know what to make of.
We want you to be confident — if you are concerned about the effect of EMF on “the goods,” Stegasus EMF-Blocking Boxer Briefs are the solution you need.
It’s fair to say that our culture is addicted to mobile devices and wireless technology. Americans spend an average of 5.4 hours on their cell phones daily — and even when not in use, the phones are never far away. Often they are right in our pocket, beaming EMFs directly into our most sensitive parts.
Yes, the communications industry has spent millions on biased studies to tout the safety of wireless and mobile EMFs … but it helps that they are telling us what we want to hear. How many of us would refuse to give up our phones unless there was definitive proof that they cause cancer and infertility … rather than just a sheath of highly convincing studies? At Stegasus, our goal is to help you have your cake and eat it too — enjoy the convenience of wireless technology, while protecting yourself from the unintended consequences of EMF exposure. What man who values his genetic legacy will argue that it is worth the risk to remain unprotected?