We found a nice house except that there is a high voltage power line besides its backyard. We plan to buy it, but now we are just hesitating as we don't know how easy it will be for us to rent or resale that house. The house is currently located in North Rose Hill area in Kirkland, WA. Do you guys have any thoughts? What would you do to help you make the decision?
- Google trolDtrolsShould be ok as long as everyone regularly wears a tin foil hat while sleeping.
- No no no. Completely anecdotal, but I know a family in Florida that lived near power lines. 8 year old daughter, dad, and horse all died of cancer. That's not a coincidence.
- There’s a plethora of stuff that comes to mind, it’s https://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-causes/radiation-exposure/extremely-low-frequency-radiation.html6d1
- 1) "Most of these studies have found no increase in the risk of any type of cancer. In fact, the risk of some types of cancer was actually lower in the animals exposed to the ELF radiation."
2) I'm glad that we have proven that the Floridian family had no exposure to carcinogens in the water, carcinogens in their foods, chemicals used at the farm, chemicals used in the paint, chemicals used in building construction, and genetics (which definitely doesn't link the entire family). Seems like a solid scientifically backed anecdote.5d1
- Microsoft AbYK56I looked at a brand-new house near a power line, I could hear it from inside the house with the doors and windows closed. Hell no.
- This one? https://www.redfin.com/WA/Kirkland/10215-125th-Ave-NE-98033/home/69356238?utm_source=android_share&utm_medium=share&utm_nooverride=1&utm_content=link