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    How come I get dizzy when I sit next to the aerial of an FM transmitter? It took like 5 minutes of being sat right near it. It could be placebo, but I have turned it off now just in case.
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    Do you feel better with it off? Can you ak someone to secretly turn it on without you knowing and see if you feel dizzy again? Then you'll know if it is the radio or you!
 
 
 
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