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Two retired Croatians have invented and patented a card that protects people from cell phone radition, which potentially could be used millions of people around the world, reports daily newspaper 24sata.
The Nesu Card, invented by pensioners Slavko Laus and Jurica Mavrovic, will go on sale from 1 September 2012. Zagreb company Presencija saw potential in the small little card which protects people from dangerous radition from cell phones and other devices, and have taken it upon themselves to promote the product worldwide.
"We were concentrating on people's health, not on the phone and that is why we succeeded. For years we were looking for the right materials for making the cards. We tried a variety of materials and by trial and error we finally found the right composition of the materials, which we import from Germany because nobody in Croatia produces them. We researched for years to find the right frequency with which to programme the card with to protect people from dangerous radiation," said Presencija Director Drazen Vulama, adding that the cards work to stabilise human energy and in layman's terms, transfom negative energy of cell phone radiation into neutral.
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