The coronavirus pandemic is sparking some interesting theories about the dangers of Densfied 4G/5G cell towers installed close to homes. The facts that wireless technology is slowly damaging us isn’t news — because the hazards of pulsed, data-modulated, Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR) exposures are based on established science.
In the 1970s, a bogeyman was power lines. Low-frequency electromagnetic fields were emanating from them all the time within a few hundred feet of high-voltage lines, and a shocking 1979 study suggested that children who developed cancer lived near power lines.” This study was sufficient to win the appeal of the law suit that led to the cancellation of a major powerline project planned for upstate New York.
Around the same time, knowledge about wireless radiation from radio and television infrastructure antennas and microwave ovens in homes as a possible human health problem gained traction. Later, established science proved that some household appliances, such as electric hair dryers and electric blankets created hazardous electric and magnetic fields, while in use.
Now the advance of cellphones and, more recently, the new high-speed wireless networks built to serve them have given rise to a number of people who have done significant research into the history of the US RF-EMR exposure guideline and understand that the guideline does, in the words of microwave weapons-expert Barrie Trower:
“[provide] no protection against the electric and magnetic vectors.”
"Between 1949 and 1962, everything we needed to know about microwaves was known and published . . . the brain at that time had been studied for brainwaves and microwaves could be used to penetrate the brain and cause behavioral changes.”
“A statement was made in 1962 by the governments that birth defects, organs, whole organisms, cells, brain function, emotions, moods could be altered, changed and destroyed [by microwave exposures].”
“Microwaves then, as now, were used as stealth weapons, before they became cell phones [and Wi-Fi].”
“By 1965, the military used cell phones, I had one. In 1965, they adopted an old 1953 thermal-effects based level by an engineer by the name of Schwan.— a non-scientific "deemed safe" rule . . .”
“They totally ignored the electromagnetic vectors of the microwaves and the harms that the electromagnetic vectors which interfere with the electrical conductivity of the cells, the neurons, the brain. They interfere with everything. This non-scientific RF-EMR exposure guideline is in force today for 40% of the planet.”
The radiation from the cell phones and wirelessly connected tablets and laptops, items we use every single day is damaging us; the simple solution is to connect to the internet primarily through wired fiber optic and Ethernet cables. The stakes are about as high as they could possibly be, so rational assessment of the established science is warranted.
If it were true that our cellphones were causing brain tumors, as it is, and if it were true that our wireless devices were damaging our DNA, as it does, then this would be a large enough problem to simply address by removing sources of pulsed, data-modulated, Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR) in homes and offices and then by powering down the wireless infrastructure to a much, much lower level — a level of Effective Radiated Power that would still enable wireless calls and texts, but no higher.
More coming . . .