Here we try to answer some of the most often asked questions.
That's not the case. The Aquapol system needs energy, however its energy intake is so small that it does not need to be plugged in, it will capture its energy through a built-in antenna system. This is not a new concept. The simplest form of radio receiver, the crystal radio is powered the same way, from the "airwaves".
A crystal radio receiver is a very simple radio receiver, popular in the early days of radio. It needs no other power source but that received solely from the power of radio waves received by a wire antenna.Source: Wikipedia
No it doesn't, and here is why: the power output of the Aquapol system is very small. Let's put this in perspective with some figures
A study done in Sweden has concluded that mobile phones output up to 2 watts of power depending on how far they are located from the base station (tower). Other technical sites indicate that the output power is anywhere between 250 mW to 1-2W.
The output of an Aquapol system is a few microwatts (millionth of a watt), so it is many thousand times less than of a mobile phone. If mobile phones which everyone carries in close proximity of the body are considered safe, the much-much smaller output of an Aquapol system at several meters distance is certainly no problem to any living organism.
Planet Earth has a natural electromagnetic field, to which all living organisms are subject to day by day. According to the scientific literature the intensity of Earth's magnetic field varies between 25 to 65 microteslas.
Earth's magnetic field, also known as the geomagnetic field, is the magnetic field that extends from the Earth's interior out into space. Its magnitude at the Earth's surface ranges from 25 to 65 microteslas.Source: Wikipedia
Actual measurements of the Aquapol system have indicated that it creates a change of about 1.5 microteslas in the intensity of magnetic field. This, in comparison to the 65 microtesla natural threshold, is very little so it does not / can not pose a health risk.