I want to use styrofoam between my body and the phanotron plasma tube to avoid burns while sleeping. Does anyone know if the plasma will penetrate the 3/4 inch foam?

Yes, Spooky2 Plasma can penetrate the foam. And it can even go through the wall. If you feel the tube is too hot, we recommend you run programs for 1~2 times per day. Then you can run them under remote mode for all rest time of the day.

And here are some suggestions for how to place Spooky2 Plasma while sleeping:

  1. I took a cardboard box of the right length and cut out the ends enough for the tube to slide into. The light flashes inside the box but the ends that get hot are outside the box. I also cover the box with a hand towel to further block the flashing light. This way the box can sit in the bed with me, right next to me. Knowing the energy travels through walls, I know it goes through this cardboard box as well.
  2. Note any metal in the vicinity of the tube will affect the fields so it should be avoided. The best bed to put a tube underneath is a wooden one with a foam mattress so there is no metal. Sprung beds and sprung mattresses usually have iron springs that will affect the fields let alone steel framed beds. You could hang the tube a couple of feet above your bed from the ceiling with string since it isn't heavy.

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