Your batteries may not be the problem
There are many Sasquatch energy theories out there, including a prominent one that these creatures have the ability to put out electromagnetic pulses or fields to travel inter-dimensional or render electronics useless. But perhaps these fields could do things like alter brainwaves and consciousness as well.
While Sasquatch witnesses aren’t necessarily able to identify this (though you might want to listen to our Pine Island Ridge podcast, where some of this could be at play), there are other responses we see that could be related to electromagnetic fields.
As stated earlier it is a common perception that the often quick drain of batteries is related to a Sasquatch presence, Many Sasquatch witnesses talk about their phone or other electronic batteries drained while in the presence of these creatures. Now besides being generally annoying, because no one wants to end up with a dead battery when they walk into the woods with 80-100% percent, this reduces our ability to capture images or other evidence that could be important in proving their existence.
But what if there could be some way to curtail this? A way that we could protect our phones and other electronics devices like Camera Traps from Sasquatch’s electromagnetic field? Well, there might be, and it’s called magnetic shielding.
What is Magnetic Shielding?
Magnetic shielding is an engineering term that describes the practice of reducing or blocking the electromagnetic field in a defined space. These electromagnetic fields can reduce the battery life of electronics or somehow interfere with the workings of electronics.
It’s important to note that there isn’t a material that actually stops an electromagnetic field, nor can you absorb it. But it can be redirected which in-turn helps prevent it from touching sensitive devices like your smartphone and draining the batteries.
What kind of materials can redirect an electromagnetic field? Ferromagnetic metals, which are those that contain iron, nickel and cobalt, and they work because they already have their own magnetic properties which can help redirect other electromagnetic fields headed towards it.
Chances are you aren’t itching to wrap your phone in a layer of iron or cobalt, it probably wouldn’t make a great phone case—though it could look very industrial chic. But there are certain phone cases like the Defender Shield that are created to defend against invisible forces like RFID and EMF. There are also certain bags and cases that are out there that say that they are built materials that block certain properties like wavelengths.
It’s unclear whether devices like these would fight against any electromagnetic field sent out by Sasquatch, but you probably have a better chance keeping that phone battery up and running in one than without. If it doesn’t, just toss your phone into the front pocket of this very fashionable Sasquatch hoodie and RUN!
Have you ever experienced any Sasquatch-related phone battery drainage? Please share your stories in the comments below or email us, we'd love to hear from you!
By Tae Haahr
Research Writer, Sasquatch Syndicate Inc.