Once their army service is behnid them, many Israelis flock overseas for a year or two. Out of 60 000 who travel each year, 30 000 go to India.
Microwaves, Wi-fi, 3G, mobile phones, electrical network…
We are all electrosensitive. Our bodies are sensitive to electromagnetic waves going through our environment. Intangible and invisible, these electromagnetic waves are nowadays everywhere, they have invaded our daily lives.For example, France has about 64 million cell phones subscribers. And over 6 billions worldwide, 87 % of the human population of the Earth. This insidious pollution results in a slow and gradual electrification of the human body. A new disease is emerging: electrohypersensitivity.
he Dumont d'Urville scientific station in the Antarctic is one of the most remote places on earth. Jonathan, a young researcher, is about to spend on year on this station.
After four months of summer, the longest winter on Earth is settling in. The pack ice replaces the open sea. With temperatures as low as –37° C and winds of up to 300 kph, even the most resilient animals leave the region. The station soon becomes inaccessible, and everyone leaves -with the exception of Emperor penguins... and a handful of people who stay behind.