I tell people all over the world, the only true EMF protection is REDUCTION, ELIMINATION and PROXIMITY. REDUCE your exposure to wireless radiation. ELIMINATE wireless devices from your environment. PROXIMITY, meaning to stay as far away from sources of exposure as possible! The only exception are professional remediation products such as shielding paints, fabrics and EMF protective clothing which are easily verified and proven to be effective scientifically. All other ‘subtle energy’ or ‘new age’ devices claiming to protect you are most often next to useless.
US Military knew 50 years ago, EMF destroys human reproduction and breaks entire body down. US Naval Medical Research Institute Report 1971: https://rense.com/general96/Navy-Microwave-and-RF-Effects-Brief-1971.pdf
There are more than 1,000 scientific studies conducted by researchers from around the world concerning the biological effects of RF radiation. Here are some of the most recent. https://www.telecompowergrab.org/science.html
The BioInitiative Report 2012 contains nearly 2000 papers reviewed by 29 international scientists from over 20 countries on the health and environmental effects of electromagnetic fields. Their conclusions note that the continued rollout of wireless technologies jeopardizes global health and recommends stricter biologically based standards, lower exposure limits, and a more cautious, science-based approach. www.bioinitiative.org
The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies wireless radiation as a 2B carcinogen, based on studies linking cell phone radiation to brain tumors! https://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2011/pdfs/pr208_E.pdf Brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children age 0-14 https://www.abta.org/about-us/news/brain-tumor-statistics/
One of the best articles on the subject of 5G, By Paul Héroux, Ph.D., Professor of Electromagnetic Toxicology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, February 11th, 2018: “Technology should not injure human beings, especially when alternatives such as optical fiber are available. Living organisms have tolerance to natural electrophysiological activity, but not to any of the artificial EMFs created since the 19th century. Nature cannot protect itself from pulsed and modulated microwave radiation with carriers oscillating billions of times per second.” https://maisonsaine.ca/engli…/5g-and-iot-a-trojan-horse.html
“Polarization: A Key Difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields, in regard to Biological Activity” Dimitris J. Panagopoulos, Olle Johansson & George L. Carlo https://www.nature.com/articles/srep14914
Excerpt: “All critical biomolecules are either electrically charged or polar. While natural unpolarised EMF/EMR at any intensity cannot induce any specific/coherent oscillation on these molecules, polarized man-made EMFs/EMR will induce a coherent forced-oscillation on every charged/polar molecule within biological tissue.”
Because cell phones were exempted by the FDA from market safety testing, subsequent similar technologies like Wi-Fi was exempted too from market safety testing. The current US government (FCC) exposure limits are only guidelines based on the level of microwave radiation that could cause thermal effects, which were adopted from industry over 20 years ago. This means that the government exposure guidelines only protect against tissue heating, and not against harmful biological effects which have been found to occur at orders of magnitude lower than the thermal guidelines. In the FCC’s own words, “there is no federally developed national standard for safe levels of exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy”. https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/wireless-devices-and-health-concerns
Almost every day, I tell people all over the world: #1) Own a radio frequency (microwave) detector and learn how to use it. #2) Never live in apartment buildings, condominiums or flats (I think they are called in Europe?), everyone is exposing each other to wireless radiation through the walls, ceilings and floors. #3) Never live near a cell tower. #4) Eat 100% organic food with no exceptions.
FCC Standards: In the case of cellular and cell site transmitters, the FCC’s RF exposure guidelines recommend a maximum permissible exposure level to the general public of approximately 580 microwatts per square centimeter. 580 μW/c² (microwatts per square centimeter) converts into 5,800,000 (five million, eight hundred thousand) μW/m² (microwatts per square meter). The team of scientists who compiled the BioInitiative Report 2012 (www.bioinitiative.org) summarized in their clinical research, that biological effects from exposure to microwave radiation starting at levels of approximately 3.4 to 6 microwatts per square meter!
Planetary electromagnetic pollution: it is time to assess its impact
Unprecedented human exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation from conception until death has been occurring in the past two decades. Evidence of its effects on the CNS, including altered neurodevelopment14 and increased risk of some neurodegenerative diseases,15 is a major concern considering the steady increase in their incidence. Evidence exists for an association between neurodevelopmental or behavioural disorders in children and exposure to wireless devices,14 and experimental evidence, such as the Yale finding, shows that prenatal exposure could cause structural and functional changes in the brain associated with ADHD-like behaviour.16 These findings deserve urgent attention.
List of 170 Reviews on Non-thermal Effects of Microwave/Intermediate Frequency EMFs by Martin L. Pall 10.12.2017 by emily Category Electromagnetic Health Blog Among the scientific reviews documenting these various non-thermal health effects are 170 that follow. Each of these reviews cites at least a dozen primary literature citations showing non-thermal effects, with many citing 100 or more going up to the 3rd reference which cites over 1000 such citations. It can be seen from this that the primary literature citations supporting the existence of various non-thermal health effects cited in these reviews go into several thousands. This list is not and is not intended to be a list of all important such reviews. However it gives some measure of the size of the literature that contradicts the industry contention that there are no non-thermal effects of microwave frequency EMFs.
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