by Care Dec 28, 2011
What some skeptics have been waiting for.
Independent information, not to be confused with pre-digested filtered pap provided by a utility corporation with a vested interest in keeping hidden far too many unpleasant facts, and by use of profitable persuasion which, when unmasked, reveals legislation that leaves you no option to say NO, not only the absence of democratic choice, but coercion, force and lies.
Awareness is half the battle.
Ironically, owing to the intrusion of Smart Meters into their lives, people ARE becoming more aware of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and, even beyond that, to the overall existence of “electrosmog”. And, increasing evidence is mounting for the effects of EMR on humans and other life forms–don’t forget the plants and animals of our planet.
The following is a link to six excellent audios which, for those attempting to enlighten their friends and neighbours, members of their school boards, councils, health practitioners–even hardened naysayers–might be good starting points. I thought I was getting pretty much up to speed with a lot of this stuff, but these audios are real ear-openers!
Of the six audios I would recommend listening to them in this order:
Dr. Andrew Goldworthy (Interview) – on the actual biological mechanism whereby electrosensitivity occurs
Camilla Rees - of http://electromagnetichealth.org/audio-archives-and-more/#levitt (well worth a visit) speaking to Dr. Ronald Hoffman MD on electromagnetic health, and what’s happening world-wide.
Fevzi Turkalp – The Gadget Detective about cordless phones and other sources of electrosmog.
Dr. Andrew Goldworthy (Conference) - a talk given by Dr Andrew Goldsworthy at the ES conference in October 2009. He discusses the underlying mechanisms of the many symptoms associated with Electro sensitivity.
George Carlo Irish Radio - Here is a short clip of George Carlo on Irish radio, being given a bit of a grilling by the presenter.
Burlington vs. Fox - Electrosensitivity-UK Chairman Michael Bevington argues that claims of scare mongering by electrosensitivity charities are unjustified and that the dangers and practical difficulties of uncontrolled electromagnetic exposure are being underestimated. Co-author of the Sense About Science brochure, Making Sense Of Radiation, Elaine Fox (Essex Study) argues otherwise.
Now for the REALLY BIG QUESTION
Are you, too, at risk of becoming becoming sensitized?
So, you think you are immune to the effects of EMR, that you will be able to adapt and weather the rapidly increasing electro-smog which now envelops us at home, at work, at school, at the medical clinic, at the community hall, while shopping, while sleeping. Well, think again!
Although, only 3% – 8% of populations have been identified as being as electrohypersensitive, specialists in the field of EMR research have estimated that, by 2017 that, figure could increase to as high as 50%. Hard to believe? Regardless, we are going to see an increasing percentage of people succumbing to the effects of ER.
This suggests that the cells of those who now consider themselves immune, are ever so gradually, succumbing to the effects of exposure to microwave radiation on a 24/7 basis.
Over time…? For some, as with victims of brain cancer due to cell and cordless phone usage, there may be no warning before sudden onset of advanced symptoms.
The “precautionary” principle suggests that those who are concerned should reduce their risks by altering their habits. They can start by limiting the use of their cell phones (or by texting), returning to corded phone sets (AT&T offers a great speaker phone), use ethernet cable in place of WiFi–and removing WiFi from schools such as in France–to connect their electronic devices, turn off Blue Tooth, and…oppose Smart Meters!
Incurable cell/mobile phone users might consider switching to an air tube headset: http://www.air2hear.co.uk
Good luck on whatever path you choose to follow but before you decide please try to remember this is also a decision about the health of the entire ecosystem from which we are all inseparable, so this is a serious decision which you are making, not simply a personal preference decision..
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