In an astonishing interview, presenter Noel Edmonds has claimed that 'electro smog' is driving the word mad and that death is actually just an illusion.
The 'Deal or No Deal' presenter has warned that 'electro smog' created by WiFi and Bluetooth signals is a greater problem for mankind than even Aids or Ebola.
Edmonds doesn't stop there however, he goes on to point out that this theory also ties into his belief that death isn't actually real and that he has been able to maintain his health thanks to a £2,000 yoga mat which realigns the electro-magnetism in his body.
Speaking to celebrityradio.biz the presenter said: “We’re surrounded by electro mist, fog and smog. We’re covering ourselves in the wrong sorts of electro-magnetism."
“These idiot politicians who talk about climate change, for goodness sake, do they really think little us can do anything about it? No, of course not."
To help combat this electro imbalance, Edmonds reportedly uses a $2000 yoga mat that's attached to a computer.
Called the EMPpad, the NASA research inspired piece of technology reportedly uses pulsed electro-magnetism and "removes pain and reduces stress".
Initially skeptical of the technology Edmonds said he was ready to pack the gadget in but reportedly decided to stick with it after his wife started to see results.
He says: "Then I could see my hair was thicker, my nails were stronger, the exercise I was doing in the gym was becoming easier and less painful."
By combating this negative energy Edmonds says that this all ties into his belief that ultimately death is simply one step in a number of processes that all humans go through.
Believing that his 'energy' is simply part of a huge 'universal web of energy' the presenter explains that for him, death is not the end.
"You don't live life, life lives you. There isn't such a thing as death, it's just departure. You cannot die. It's been known for a very long time."
"The energy leaves your container but it has to go somewhere. You cannot destroy energy. My energy will return to where it came from – part of a massive, incomprehensible universal web of energy."
Edmonds points out that "when you appreciate this, life becomes a lot more exciting,"