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Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences 3(2): 81-89, 2011ISSN: 2041-0492

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Environment, Biologic Rhythms, Depression and EM RadiationsL.C. ****

Psychiatrist by the Brazilian Federal Council of MedicinePostgraduate degree in Psychiatry by Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ)Member of the Brazilian Association of Psychiatry (ABP)Avenida Ataulfo de Paiva, nº135 / 403. Leblon. CEP: 22440-030. RJ. BrazilAbstract: The interaction of human beings with electromagnetic fields (EMF) artificially created can interferein our psychobiological equilibrium. These EMF are correlated with the dissemination of radiations producedin our modern technology. For living creatures suffer under influences of these fields, once every externalstimulus generates internal ones. To give evidence of the veracity that altered EM waves can be the hazardousto health. The research adapted was a literary revision about the existence of the interferences caused by lowintensity radiations, especially extremely low frequencies (ELF) originated to EMF non-ionized. Whenreviewing known data literature that includes the intersection among these descriptors researched in technicalbooks, sites of search and neurosciences sites such PubMedic, Medline and Lilacs. A great number of studieshave emphasized that altered electromagnetic waves might cause disturbances or diseases, being CNS included.

For such can interfere on the circadian cycle and therefore with our conscience quality level, due to alterationson the melatonin/serotonin circuit. It is observed an individual sensitivity to the electromagnetic radiations(EMR) and it is established to what degree EMF and/or its radiations might cause unbalances in the humanorganism due to the type, potentiality and period of time under such kind of exposure. It demonstrates theviability that altered electromagnetic waves could induce disturbances to biological and circadian rhythms. Wealready know that it is deregulation of the central biological clock, via the suprachiasmatic nucleus (NSQ)which places in the CNS is a quite simple effect seen in depressed patients, especially in M DD , BD and inseasonal depressions.

Key words: BD (bipolar disorder), circadian cycle, circadian rhythms, CNS (central nervous system), ELF,EM, EMF, EMR, MDD (major depressive disorder), NSQINTRODUCTION

Today we are exposed to a great variety of radiationsif compared to society of a hundred years ago and wehave not how to free. In the whole planet there exists,beyond atmospheric contamination, a large diffusion ofradiations artificially created which produce the so calledelectronic pollution or ‘invisible smog’, created by wavesand energy fields of our modern technology. For instance,the radiofrequencies and microwaves utilized intelecommunications, radar detection systems orelectromagnetic radiations produced by electricity passagethrough cable nets and filaments, as created by differenthome appliances.

As a main condition to understand some dangerousoccasional effects due to electromagnetic radiations it isnecessary to complement it with two general assumptions.

First take into consideration the dynamic functioning ofthe earth biosphere as a large integral ecosystem. Suchrepresentation remits to Gaia hypothesis, theory created inthe sixties by the **** scientist **** Lovelock wherehe defends the idea of the Earth functioning like animmense live organism able of automatic self-regulationin order to guarantee the living conditions of the planet(Capra, 2002). This brings us to suppose that itshomeostasis passes through the dynamic and continuousequilibrium of electromagnetic waves and pulses whichoccur on the planet. There were necessary thousands ofyears of adaptation of all the different kinds of life in ourplanet to this electromagnetic and atomic environment.

Truly we are biologically adapted to an electric-magnetic-chemical-radioactive mean from which we can not getrid of (Souza, 2002).

The basic principle of this work is based upon theidea that the live systems of the earthly biosphere havebeen suffering interventions due to the incidence of EMwaves and its electromagnetic fields. A complement to thecontext of this idea is essential to the second generalpresupposition: the adoption of the systemic conceptionto understand such phenomenon (Capra, 1996). SinceNature (Cosmos and Earth) are interconnected and in acontinuous interaction, i.e., one system influences theother by means of a chain reaction in a connection net.

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century by biologists of the organic school, whoconceived the living organism as integrated totalities,functioning in a constant interaction under the shape of anetwork pattern, where they interact with the environmentthrough a continuous interchange of material and energy(Capra, 2002).

In this article we will describe the interferencescaused by the low intensity radiations, especially the ELFareas derived from non-ionized EMF. If the consequencesare still conjectures to medical knowledge in general, thecauses are not reversible such is the present civilizationdependence to electric processes. Even though there areplausible evidences about this, rules and preventivemeasures should be taken, for when an activity raises thepossibility of harm to human health and environment evenif any cause and effect relation is not complete orscientifically established. And to clarify the veracity ofsuch occurrences it is essential for the environment healthas for the public health. Therefore, the real clarificationimplies in optimum establishment of the levelsrecommended to the exposition of the living beingcreatures to the electromagnetic fields.

ON THE RESONANCE PHENOMENON

The way which the electromagnetic fields influenceus result of a well known physics phenomenon: theenergy fields’ interaction. It is known that in thebioelectricity universe complex the artificial EMF invadesthe natural magnetic fields, by way of resonancephenomenon, forcing adaptations of the humanbiorhythms. With regard to the physical phenomenon ofthe resonance, we can understand it in a simplified way asthe property of transmission of energy waves be it originalof sources: electric, sonorous, electromagnetic, atomic orcosmic, to a reciprocal middle. This effect generates agreat increase in the oscillation amplitude through directcontact with the system in study or for induction of thecorrespondent frequency at the distance.

Everything in the human organism and of all livingcreatures functions by electric currents. As the braincommands the operation of the organs and the corporealmovements through electric impulses that pass throughthe nerves, we have these playing the role of cables andelectric wires. So, like cables and wires, the passage of anelectric current creates around itself an electromagneticfield. The electric or bioelectric human body activity isdemonstrated by the cardiograph which measures theelectric heart activity and the electroencephalogram(EEG) the brain one.

One of the first scientists to suspect that our planetand the ionosphere could be in the same frequencyresonance with the brain waves was the **** physicistW.O. Schumann. In 1954, together with Koning theysucceeded in measuring the resonance proprieties of theearth electromagnetic cavity.

In fact there exists a tension gradient between theionosphere and the terrestrial surface. This electrostaticfield is not constant, but variable, and its verticaloscillation contains a fundamental frequency of wavesmodulated by a great number of harmonics that togetherconstitute a pattern . The harmonic w aves get to themegahertz band and have a regulatory and a stabilizinginfluence one the physiologic processes. These harmonicwaves receive the name of Schumann waves and result ofdifferent interactions between w orld and cosmicelectromagnetic radiations, which form the naturalenvironment. As many biological circuits utilize theSchumann waves as a reference pattern of its activity, itwill be easy to understand the biological destabilizationthat we suffer in the large urban nucleus (Bueno, 1992).

This phenomenon is known as Schumann Resonance(SR) with a predominant signal of 8 Hertz band (Hz). Itrefers to a weak, almost static electromagnetic field,which maintains the earth electromagnetic fields rhythm.

The Schumann frequencies modulations are global signalswhich irradiate from tropical tempests. They spreadaround the world in this space created between Earth andatmosphere. The intensity and spectrum of SchumannResonance change day after day according to solaractivity. Such signals have a similar frequency to theelectroencephalogram (EEG) demonstrated by the factthat the human brain perceives, uses and reacts to lowfrequency signals-Schumann Resonances, Koning (1974).

At night both EEG and SR spectrum furnish apreponderance of very low frequency signals. There is abiologic plausibility between the EEG interaction and theSR signals (Beck, 1978). This plausibility is reinforced byobserving that the cerebrum contains and utilizes a fixedinterconnected circuit to find and react to the perceivedsignals.

With the technological evolution and constantelectricity use by living beings they started to besubmitted to a variety of electromagnetic radiationsources created by man. Living beings suffer suchinfluences since each external stimulus generate internalreactions. Therefore it is important to understand that oursenses act as a sensory body. All external informations arecaptured and sent to the cerebrum by means of nervousimpulses, then being possible to suffer changes of theirnormal rhythms through external waves interferencesoriginated from electromagnetic fields of radio -frequency and micro-waves (Scudeler, 2005). When anelectromagnetic wave meets a biologic material the EMFstimulates a kinetic energy growth of biologic molecule,which might induces the ions misplace of settledpositions, oscillations of molecule connections as well asrotation and orientation of bipolar molecules like water.

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quantity than an adipous tissue or osseous of low watercontents (Scudeler, 2005).

According to the physical principle of susceptibleabsorption to the resonance circuits is demonstrated thereason way external and internal signals which conciliatethe same spectrum change resonant energy into a lowerlevel of the thermic limit. The biologic effects caused bysame exposure may be classified as thermic and non-thermic. The thermic effects are due to the hightemperature in the tissues or short term effects. While thenon-thermic effects result of direct reactions with thebiologic substance, without any significant hit transfer,they represent long term effects (Polk and Postow , 1996).

Many groups of scientists believe in the existence ofsignificant biologic thermic and non-thermic effects,inducted by non-ionized EMF of low intensity.

Researchers of the bioelectromagnetism study field areconvinced that interactions with artificial EMF inducecorrespondent biologic effects (Tenforde andKaune, 1987).

The electromagnetic radiation is a form of invisiblepollution and there is no assurance up to this point, thatthe limits of the existing international rules are totallysafe. Now, in the non-ionized radiations field, which areprobably the most common in our environment is theUHF due to the movable telephonic and the most remotepresent devices. It is evident that in the case of cell systemit is cognized that exposure to non-thermic or low thermicintensity can be detected in living tissues and it results inwell defined biologic effects like the changing in the cellmembrane function, change in the metabolism andintercellular communication, DNA rupture, increasedproduction of free radicals, premature aging, cellexhaustions, change in cerebral functions, sleep disorder,reduction of the melatonin secretion, among others(Scudeler, 2005). The author Scudeler (2005) warns thatinstallations of Radio Base Station (RBS) should be atleast 150 m far from where people live and other publicagglomerations.

Under the above mentioned criteria we may considerthat the electromagnetic fields interfere in ourpsychobiologic system, destabilizing the self-regulationprocesses of the human body being able to provoke upsetsand illnesses (Sack et al., 1987). On the other hand, dueto Schumann Resonances strange causes of humanactivity may modify environmental condition forcingchanges and adaptations anyway.

EVIDENCES OF EMF HARMFUL EFFECTS AND
ITS RADIATIONS ON HEALTH

The electromagnetic contamination, especiallyderived from electronic pollution, is the less evident andmost subtle of the radiations that we see exposed today.

All electric appliances are surrounded by radiationinclusively when they are disconnected. Even applianceslocated in contiguous rooms emit radiations for theytraverse the walls. When we apply a variable magneticfield on the surface of a living organism, we inductoscillating electric fields into it.

Until the fifties the EMF effects were little knownespecially with regard to the ELF type frequency on livingcreatures. After 1960 the first Russian studies appearedwhich demonstrated biological alterations suffered byworkers exposed to a high tension net like generaldiscomfort, head-ache, stress, insomnia and evenmisbehavior (Bueno, 1992). In 1979 the epidemiologist**** Wertheimer, in collaboration with the physicist Ed****, carried out epidemiologic studies with Denver(USA) citizens who lived close to high tension cabs ofelectric transmission and concluded an incidence of atwice higher level of children cancer than the generalpopulation. This work is considered as the first one toestablish a correlation between EMF and certainpathologies (Bueno, 1992).

On the other hand the author Bueno (1992) points outthat: People who live close to a high tension cable sufferan overproduction of endorphins, substances produced bythe organism in the natural way. The concentration ofthese substances, authentic drugs with a similar action tomorphine, become lesser when the electric tensiondiminishes or when the people move away from thecables which makes them suffer a typical scene of drugaddicts abstinence, deprived of their usual dosages(Bueno, 1992).

Other studies clarify that whatever source ofelectromagnetic fields be, their radiation may intervenewith melatonin functions, a hormone preferablydischarged at night through the pineal gland consideredthe primary neurohormone of the circadian rhythm alongwith the serotonin neurotransmitter. The melatonin(N-acetyl-metoxitriptamine) is an indolamine synthesizedby pineal gland from the amino acid tryptophan whichoriginates the serotonin through metabolic processes(Sousa **** and Araújo, 2004). This hormone cycleestablishes the daily and natural body rhythms and itsdisorderliness may provoke fatigue and depression(Farzer et al., 1986). For melatonin stimulates theimmunologic system and also regulates certain endocrineprocesses by modulating some organ functions of thiscircuit like: gonads, pituitary, thymus and hypothalamus(Brown, 1989a). According to the chronobiologist workby **** et al. (2003): The pineal gland is able tocaptivate the amino acid 5-hidroxitryptophan andtransform it into serotonin (5-hidroxitriptamine). Theserotonin concentration level is high during the day. In thedark there is a synthesis of the NAT enzyme (N-acetyltransferase), which metabolizes the serotonin in N-acetyl serotonin. Part of this fat-soluble product is throwninto the circulation but part is metabolized by the hidroxi-Res. J. Environ. Earth Sci., 3(2): 81-89, 201184

indol-O-metil-transpherase enzyme (H IOM T) intomelatonin (Markus et al., 2003).

The studies of Buch et al. (1999) andRapoport et al. (1988) correlate reduction of melatoninwith increased GMA (geomagnetic activity). Buch (1977)shows a significant dose-response reduction of melatoninwith increasing GMA index, because the SR signalsynchronizes the ELF brain patterns in a homeostaticmanner and contributes to the daily circadian rhythmsynchronization. **** (2002) complements that thesolar-geomagnetic activity (S/GM A) induces a notableintensity change in the SR signal producing alterations inmelatonin’s levels. He considers that the occurrence insunspot cycles there is a higher prevalence of suicides anddeath by cerebrovascular accident (strokes), as a result ofthe accented growth of the SR signal and in concomitancethe physiologic level reduction of melatonin(Cherry, 2003).

Therefore, to several researchers significant changeson the frequency pattern of Schumann waves, which ispart of Earth resonance (SR), can affect the ability of ourimmunologic system regulation, our sleep pattern and ourphysic perception of time (Pereira and Guerrini, 2004).

The research of Roenneberg et al. (2003) confirmsthese data as demonstrated by the circadian rhythm studyin human beings, that our organism also orientates itselfby sunlight variation in order to regulate basic things likesleeping, eating, disposition. Such mechanisms areessential to the well-being (Roenneberg et al., 2003).

Thanks to the existence of innumerable advancedinstruments of precise measurement, it is possible todayto detect harmful radiations such as: radioactivity level inour houses or some construction materials; lost of loaddefective installations, high tension cabs or transformersand even magnetic anomalies.

There are several scenes which appearance is relateddepending on individual predisposition to toxicelectromagnetic radiations according to bibliographicreferences. For instance, the abusive use of cell phonefavors the appearance of brain cancer; the appearance ofleukemia and other types of cancer in people exposed toelectric transmission on cables; hormonal and endocrinedisorders that end by affecting innumerable metabolicprocesses; reduction of fertility and miscarriages;

psychological equilibrium disturbances, especiallymanifested in behavior disorders. Other correlatedsituations in its co morbidity found in certain events, suchas in the case of the syndrome of the sick building orchronic fatigue syndrome; geographic localizations whichwere subject to telluric alterations or a major incidence ofsun and cosmic radiation or radioactive rains; airionization phenomenon, when occurs a sound electricpositive load or an ions positive predominance indetriment to the negative loads it propitiates an ionicdisequilibrium responsible for a number of psychologicalaffections such as emotional imbalance, irritability,apathy, stress, anxiety, depression and a higher level ofsuicide attempts (Bueno, 1992).

DISCUSSION

Everyday it is more evident that the occurrences of aninfirmity have not just one cause but there are manyfactors involved. So a disturbance is almost always aconsequence of several interactions of risk factors. Andwe should not adopt a segmented vision and conformourselves with its separate studying.

A healthy equilibrium, physical and psychic endsbeing influenced by current factors of its environment.

The predominant environmental circumstances havealways influenced living beings. Such fact isdemonstrated by the evolutionary tendency of theirphysiological processes seeking to the maintenance oftheir vital biological cycles. That is, the determinant forceof the natural environment constantly interferes in theterrestrial homeostasis, forcing the continuous adaptationof the living creatures (Margullis and Sogan, 1998).

Nowadays we find ourselves submitted to a nonspecific deterioration of our vitality where infirmities turnto become a consequence of an inharmonious way ofliving with environmental nature . With regard to thisquestion it is necessary to know that we are constantlysubmitted to electronic pollution and that we should startto suspect it may really disorganize our physiologicalequilibrium.

If all processes which arise in Nature happen underthe influence of electromagnetic forces, such fact impliesthat any life form is related with the electromagneticphenomena. Without them, life w ould d isappearaccording to the shape we know today. This results thatthe life of all living beings is also intimately connected tothe variations of these fields. Besides, the immensetechnological progress made it possible to modify theprecarious equilibrium of our surroundings for we did nottake into account that poor variations may have crucialeffects upon life. Even though they refer to a quite weakmagnitude, they are able through resonance, to interactwith all life processes (Bueno, 1992). According to thegeobiologist Bueno (1992): Any dose of radiation thatsurpasses the natural threshold can be prejudicial or causebiological alterations. Unfortunately, such alterationsalways look disguised by a series of symptoms anddisturbances of difficult accuracy to the point ofimpending us to establish the exact relation of cause andeffect (Bueno, 1992). The usual consequence is theappearance of diseases initially light, attributed to stress,climate or other life conditions. According to hisexperience it takes from five to seven years of radiationexposure to be considered harmful in order to developchronic diseases like rheumatism, asthma, arrhythmia,leukemia, etc., (Bueno, 1992).

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Therefore, we should not associate the idea of EMFas direct producers of diseases. It is more convenient toconsider the harmfulness of such exhibitions as precursorsof illnesses. That is, risk factors to the occurrence ofunbalances which alter our answering capacity toenvironmental aggressions. Because, it commonlycompromises the self-regulation processes of organism,especially the immunologic system, as a result of theweakening our body suffers under the effects of theradiations. There is, how ever, an individual sensibility orover sensibility to such contaminations. In fact, there aredifferent sensibility levels to the various radiations theyare being exposed to. The radiation dose that they areexposed to can be identical but personal sensibility differsa lot. It is known that electromagnetic radiations arecharacterized by the wave length relative to a frequencyand to an irradiated energy with two main classes: ionizedradiations and non ionized radiations which include anExtremely Low Frequency (ELF).

How can the EMF affect the Central Nervous System(CNS)? It is known that the earth magnetic field isoscillating, frequently varying between 8 and 20Hz. Onthe other hand, our cerebrum is tuned with this terrestrialpulsation between 8 and 12Hz of the brainelectromagnetic activity where it is established the socalled alpha cerebrum state (Bueno, 1992). This is due tothe fact that the human brain has a fixed interconnectedcircuit and uses it to captivate and react to perceivesignals, especially SR and ELF signals. And in theproportion that many biological circuits use as referencepattern of the RS signal for its activity. And because ofthis event it occurs the synchronization of the dailycircadian rhythm and equally to the ELF patterns in thecerebrum in a homeostatic form. So, harmful alterationsin natural fields resulting of the artificial EMR invasionmay affect the CNS since the brain waves have anintegrated interaction with the earth electromagneticsignals.

Furthermore due to the electric resonance, a naturalphenomenon produced by long distance induction isknown as electromagnetic induction. Such particularitymay propitiate affections in the cerebrum homeostasis dueto the propensity to affections in their biophysiologicalprocesses. For, according to existing evidences,alterations in circadian pacemakers precipitates severeabnormalities in the cerebrum chemistry either due to thereduction of melatonin levels or changes in the level ofother neurohormones (Tolis and Stefanis, 1983). Alsosuch circadian alterations make possible functionaldisorders under the neurotransmitter circuits, likeserotonin, noradrenalin, norephinefrine, etc.,(Soares et al., 2008).

According to the above mentioned studies, changesin time and intensity of natural radiations have aninfluence on living beings. That is, Sun and M oon activityalterations, sun winds, magnetic storms and magma earthmovements have been associated to psychopathologicscene and slower reactions by predisposed people. Theseobservations conduct us to suppose that significative earthelectromagnetic modifications (SR) with regard toartificial signals could similarly affect the psychicarrangement and consecutively by the cognitive behavior(Balling and Hilderbrandt, 2000). Then it is conjecturablethat such cognitive changes could generate interchangeaffective-emotional disturbances, which provokedistortions fomented by inadequate behavior or anti-socialbehavior due to the possibility of such radiations to altermind states quality (Bawin et al., 1975). According tosuch segment we deduce that people predisposed to EMradiation hyper sensibility, originated by electromagneticcontamination of altered S/GMA (solar-geomagneticactivity) or geomagnetic faulty (Hartmann’s lines),possibly end developing severe disturbances(Buch et al., 1999).

According to Psychoneuroimmunology, the immunitysystem and CNS share many common characteristics andcarry out reciprocal influence (Brown, 1989b). Theyrepresent biological systems responsible for promotinghealthy body equilibrium. Due to the radiations exposureoriginated of natural EMF and/or artificial ones, they arethe first to be affected by the changes in thiselectromagnetic spectrum. Such alterations will interferedirectly in these biological circuits originating disordersin its physiological mechanisms w hich are not easilycorrelated to events, taking into account thataggressiveness control happens in several levels of thebrain, from the hypothalamus in the cerebral trunk to theneocortex. And that the serotonin shares with themelatonin the circadian rhythm control as well as itchemically interferes in the aggressive impulses controlsimilar to the noradrenalin (Bawin et al., 1975). Then,noxious changes which happened in the terrestrialmagnetism or in the current of the artificial EMF cangenerate serious upset in the cerebral chemistry,especially in the hypothalamus.

The electromagnetic contamination after all isharmful to natural biotic rhythms, which regulate vigiland sleep periods with the capacity of induction to severesleeping disturbances, like paradoxical sleep or sleepprivation, which may com promise subsequentlyconscience quality states. One of the most significative ofsuch artificial fields, called low frequency (like ELF), isthe possible interference with the brain’s cycles activities,that determine the different states of conscience. It hasbeen observed that in vigil states, conscious attention oractive thought, our cerebrum produces electromagneticwaves of 25, 50, 100 and 200 Hz or superior when we arevery worried about something. In exchange, when werelax it lowers to 8 or 12 Hz and when we are deep asleepcan emit some 4Hz waves only. After the aboveRes. J. Environ. Earth Sci., 3(2): 81-89, 201186

mentioned it becomes easy to understand that any personobliged to remain 8, 10, 12 or 24 h followed by a lowelectromagnetic waves action of 50 or 60 Hz will hardlyrelax or rest deeply due to what his nervous system willresent and after a short or long period his immunologicalsystem will be affected by such disequilibrium(Bueno, 1992).

So, it becomes easier to suspect that alterations, evensubtle, in this electromagnetic universe can provokepsychopathological scenes in more sensitive persons. Forthey function like stressors agents and, due to the superprovoked stimulation, they are able to produce irritationsensations without a real motive. They also induct otherdisturbances, as a significant increase of the degree of thesubjective anxiety, which promotes growing states ofstress, what can facilitate the installation of a chronicstress state. This phenomenon is known by the works ofSeyle like stress reaction, where animals w ere exposed toelectric fields for a quite short time during one to fourmonths (Bueno, 1992).

Considering that electromagnetic disturbances alsointerfere in the circadian rhythm due to the possibility ofaltering the vigil and sleep or even can produce hormonaldisorders, it is possible that they favor the emergence ofcurrent depression scenes of the successive alteration inthe neuronal metabolism. Besides, we may suppose thatelectromagnetic disturbances can interfere with thecircadian rhythm due to the possibility of altering both theplasmatic concentrations of serotonin and the physiologiclevels of the melatonin. And, like this, they propitiate theoccurrence of several metabolic disorders. Therefore, it isprobable that it favors the emergence of a number offdifferent types of depression as a consequence toalterations in the neural metabolism (Kripke et al., 1978).

The article “Melatonin and psychiatric disorders” by**** Neto and Araújo (2004) mentions an extensivebibliographical revision concerning the melatonin,circadian rhythm and psychiatric disorders, especially inthe schizophrenia, **** Depressive Disorder (Mdd),Bipolar Disorder (BD) and seasonal affective disorder(Sousa N eto and Araújo, 2004). In the case of MDD, themost frequent discovery is the decrease of nocturnalsecretion of melatonin, which could characterize the socalled Low Melatonin Syndrome (LM S) and it couldserve as marker of M DD (Sousa **** and Araújo, 2004).

The Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) axisplays a fundamental part on answering external andinternal stimulus, including the biological stressors. Thisendocrine axes is the main long term mediator answer ofbody to stress. The alterations in the function of the HPAaxis are related to the psychopathologic depression state.

Besides melancholic depression and major depression, aseries of conditions can be associated to a prolongedhyperactivity of the HPA axis. Another group ofpsychopathologies is characterized by a hypo activationof the same axis w ith a chronic reduction in the secretionof the Corticotrophin-Releasing Factor (CRF). Patientswith atypical depression , seasonal affective disease andthe chronic fatigue syndrome are included in this category(Juruena and Cleare, 2007). The melatonin receptors inthe hypothalamus or in pituitary mediate the melatonin’snocturnal secretion by processes which occur in the cellsof Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SNC) in the hypothalamus.

Lewy et al. (2006) found associations between the indexof depression and the circadian period. Other authors havesuggested that the seasonal effects of the mood and of thebehavior (seasonality) are related to alterations ofserotoninergic functions in axis HPA (Partonen andLonnqvist, 1988).

Therefore, biological rhythm alterations have animportant role into physiopathology of mood disordersparticularly bipolar affective disorders, where the bipolarpresents a retard in melatonin secretion. Their levels arelower than the seasonal unipolar and normal controls(Bunney et al., 1986).

The sun illuminating cycle represents the mostpowerful external circadian synchronizer being one of theenvironmental factors promoters of the so called seasonalaffective disorder (Wehr and ****, 1989). The light-dark alternation controls the melatonin biosynthesis. Theresponsible gene for the production of N-acetyltransferaseenzyme is transcribed starting from the activation betaadrenoceptors stimulated by noradrenalin liberated in thedark period. The second messenger (cyclical AM P) of thistransducer way not only induces the transduction of gene,as well as the protein stabilization. In clear constant themelatonin production is abolished. In darkness constantthis production enters a free way commanded by thebiological clock oscillation located in suprachiasmaticnucleus (Markus et al., 2003). Although that alternationbeing the environmental stimulus known as capable toactivate the functioning of the circadian metabolism(Lewy et al., 1985). It is also necessary to take intoconsideration that the pattern of the RS signal is used asbasic referential for the synchronization of the circadianrhythm daily. Therefore, due to the phenomenoninteraction with EMF, significant variations in thatelectromagnetic pattern arising out of energy absorptionespecially resonant fields could cause metabolic disorders.

The adjustment between the environmental

surroundings and the biological clock is done road neuraland the light-dark alternation is the main environmentaloscillation perceived to activate the circadian metabolismfunctioning. There is a light perception way that does notget to the cortex but does get to the hypothalamus,being therefore completely independent of vision(Markus et al., 2003). The light, when producing directstimulus on the retina, propitiates the increase of theelectric activity in the organism and synthesis of proteins,as well as the activation of genes. There is a special groupRes. J. Environ. Earth Sci., 3(2): 81-89, 201187

of cadenced genes by light environmental stimulus, whichare able to control the biological rhythm and produce theirown circadian rhythm and, as consequence, they have aninfluence on psychological and behavioral systems(Münch, 2006).

Nowadays, it is known the existence of circadianmarkers named as circadian oscillator, being the mostimportant the suprachiasmatic nucleus located in thehypothalamus, and both promote their own homeostasisof the organism. Such markers propitiate the operation ofthe biological clock. So that in order to have a rhythmicendogenous circadian in a living being, it is necessary thatsome structure operate as a pacemaker. Pacemakers canbe defined as primary oscillators, which exhibit anoscillatory pattern genetically determined, self-sustainable, endogenous, even in the absence of externaltemporary tracks (Markus et al., 2003). On the other hand,such circadian markers are co-related to two mainpacemakers which regulate some physiologic processesand called also Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SNC) in thehypothalamus - psychomotricity; nourishment; sleeping;

water ingestion control; sexual behavior; corporaltemperature; hormone secretions like adrenocorticotropic(ACTH), prolactina, melatonin, gonadstrophrines and, thecircadian oscillator - rhythmical of the cortisol,temperature and paradoxical sleep, among others (Soareset al., 2008). It is due to the occurrence of these harmfuldisarrangements in this biological context that it isexpressed the noxious compromising of the EM radiationsformally.

CONCLUSION

Through the group of knowledge regarding theadopted bibliography, it was verified that modifications inthe natural EMF as the artificial ones can favor theemergence of psychobiological upset and illnesses.

Significant disturbances in the terrestrial electromagneticfield (SR) lead to biological alterations for they interferedirectly with self-regulation processes of the human body.

On the same way, the artificial EMF and its radiationspropitiate similar disturbances, since its variety and itsintensity is a lot superior to the ones originated in anatural way.

The electromagnetic contamination can be

demonstrated by the following correlation: The toxicologyteaches us that a very noxious substance in greatquantities can also be noxious in small quantities, whentheir effect is continuous and repetitive. Through theradiology we know that prejudicial effects accumulate bytime and that the noxiousness of the exposing to unnaturalradiations starts from zero (Bueno, 1992).Therefore, atfirst it would be more appropriate to consider the artificialEMF as a precursor, that is, an unbalancing circumstancethat predisposes us and it turns us vulnerable to anyfunctional upset.

On this work we demonstrated that some scientificsegments differently than that of medical knowledgerecognize that there are indeed plausible evidences thatelectromagnetic waves can cause damages to humanhealth. Until a wide consensus occurs, as a result of aninterdisciplinary growth of scientific evidences, rules andeffective measures should already be adopted. For whenone activity raises the possibility of harm to human healthand/or environment, preventive measures should be taken,even if some cause and effect relation has not yet beenestablished completely and scientifically. Therefore, theimmediate attitude to be taken is precaution in regard topublic welfare. The main idea of precaution as guidanceto environmental policy and public health appeared duringthe United Nations Conference on Environment andDevelopment AGENDA 21 that took place in July 1992in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The precaution principle isa new way of thinking about environmental protection andhealth protection and is based in the fact that we shouldnot expose people and environment to damages (ScudelerFCSR 2005). There are some international organizationsdeveloping such kind of research, like the W orld HealthOrganization (WHO), the International Commission onNon-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), the Ramp2001 Project, the Reflex project and the EuropeanFramework Programs for Research and TechnologyDevelopment. Nowadays, many countries, includingBrazil, do not permit EMF lab experiments with humans.

Even though under an ethic view such an attitude mightbe considered to be appreciated, contemporary society isstill dependent of electromagnetic contamination. Thelack of knowledge or disbelief about such risks and itsconsequences by the health professionals turn theperception of such kind of disorder a lot more difficult.

The technological progress of the current world hasput us in front of an excessive radiation exhibition in ourenvironment which turns into compromising theenvironmental health and thus resulting in a variety ofrisks and implications to collective health. The mostalarming fact is that a sound perception does not existthrough our basic senses, only certain subjectivesensations in more susceptible persons. Even moreaggravating is the overwhelming growth of innumerablepolluters and toxic agents threatening the ecologicequilibrium system, which at the end produce, as a resultof this atmospheric pollution, an extraordinary growth ofelectromagnetic radiation on the earth atmosphere,especially ELF.

As the frequency of the ELF type and, in anequivalent way to the Schumann’s waves, they are usedas a basic reference for the operation of the cycles ofcerebral activity. Therefore, significant modifications inthat spectrum of frequencies can produce disturbances inthat biological circuit and to commit the state ofhealthy balance of their functional processes (Nair andRes. J. Environ. Earth Sci., 3(2): 81-89, 201188

****, 1989). Consequently, it ends for corrupting thepsychic apparel making it difficult the perception of theorigin of such compromising. Once, the serotonin and themelatonin are marked, up to this point, as the mostcommitted neurohormones for the variations of the EMradiations. Thus, for the effect of the harmfulness of EMFand its EMR it is possible to cause modifications in thebiological rhythms, for they reach those most importantneurohormones of circadian cycle, which are somehowresponsible for the regulation of the internal metabolism.

Such alterations subsequently commit the circadianpacemakers and secondarily they can provoke upset in thephysiopathology of the humor, especially in the bipolaraffective disorder.

According to the above mentioned arguments, theEM radiations really act as factors that might provokedisorders and infirmities, but we must take into accountthe individual susceptibility to such radiations and theproper functioning of the immunological system in face ofsuch occurrences.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Since this work is an interdisciplinary one, I wouldlike to thank the consultancy of the quantum physicistProfessor Cláudia de Abreu, M.S.C. in CondensedMaterial Physics and Coordinator of the EngineeringCourses of Veiga de **** University, Edson Schülerelectronic engineer, **** in Electronic Instrumentationby Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)and **** Weg as translator.

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Message to Public Schools about Wireless Devices

If wireless devices, such as Wi-Fi, are used in your schools, then the health of your staff, your teachers, and your students can be at risk. But this problem can be successfully addressed, and with benefit to all.

Background: Wireless devices transmit information using radiofrequency/microwave radiation. The international biomedical research community has been studying the impact of such radiation on biological systems for decades, but more intensely in recent years. The vast majority of the thousands of peer-reviewed research publications of this community, when funded independent of the wireless industries, are finding biological effects of concern. Further, these biological effects occur at levels of radiation far lower than earlier understood. Simply stated, a worldwide health crisis is emerging and is becoming a hallmark of the 21st Century. The international biomedical research community is trying to warn us; but, as a society, we are not yet listening. I hope that this message will help to change that.

As a scientist, I urge you to look into the health impact of the radiofrequency/microwave radiation produced by wireless devices. Examples of wireless devices of concern in our environment are Wi-Fi in all of its forms;

cell phones and cell towers (especially those located on school grounds); cordless phones; wireless computers, whether desktop, laptop, or tablet models; wireless baby monitors; wireless smart electricity meters;

emerging wireless smart appliances; and microwave ovens (which leak radiation).

This crisis is the consequence of many factors. Here are some of them:

 All living things are bioelectrical in nature. That is why electrocardiograms and electroencephalograms work. They, of course, measure the tiny electrical signals that operate the heart and the brain. The critical tasks performed by these tiny electrical signals, and so many other electrical signals in all living things, can be disrupted by radiofrequency/microwave radiation.

 The levels of manmade radiofrequency/microwave radiation in our environment are increasing exponentially and already exceed, by many orders of magnitude, the levels at which all life on Earth evolved. Simply stated, we are drowning in a rising sea of manmade radiofrequency/microwave radiation.

 The invisible nature of radiofrequency/microwave radiation leaves the public and the decision-makers unaware of the rising levels of radiation around them.

 The genuine usefulness of wireless devices promotes denial of the risks.

 The intense advertising, the economic power, and the political power of profitable wireless industries enable them to dominate the public dialogue and to hold sway over government regulators and legislators.

 Current Federal standards for limiting the exposure of the public to radiofrequency/microwave radiation are outdated and overly permissive. Those standards are based on thermal heating alone. In effect, the Government claims that if you are not cooked too much by the radiation, then you are fine. Those Federal standards ignore the many biological effects that occur at much lower levels of radiation, leaving the public unprotected.

 Federal and state governments are advocating unlimited expansion of wireless technology, and are even co-funding such expansion and mandating the acceptance of wireless technology by the public. Such **** 2 of 6

actions reflect a widespread lack of understanding of, or willful blindness to, the underlying science and its consequences for public health.

 Some of the more serious consequences of exposure to radiofrequency/microwave radiation (such as DNA damage, cancer, and infertility) are especially nefarious because they give no early warning signs.

 Other consequences of exposure do give early warning signs (such as sleep disruption, headaches, fatigue, ringing in the ears, memory loss, dizziness, heart arrhythmia, and many others); but those signs are too often dismissed because they can have other causes as well, complicating identification of the true cause.

 The absence of routine training of physicians in the biological effects of radiofrequency/microwave radiation makes it difficult for physicians to identify the causes and to provide responsive guidance.

 Even aware individuals cannot control their exposure in any environment shared with others, because the radiation around them, much like second-hand smoke, is forced on them by unaware individuals. Only governments can effectively solve this problem, and they are currently part of the problem. For now the public will have to protect itself, and that will require public education.

Fortunately, many of the services that wireless devices offer can be realized with much safer wired devices.

The wired devices achieve connectivity with fiber-optic, coaxial, or Ethernet cables. The wired devices are faster, more reliable, and more cyber secure. They are, however, less mobile, often less convenient, and somewhat more expensive to install. But those drawbacks pale in comparison to the benefits of good health.

Simply stated, public schools can protect their staff, teachers, and students from the health risks posed by wireless devices, including Wi-Fi, by converting to safe wired connectivity, using shielded Ethernet cable.

Further, students can be taught about the safe use of technology and can take home what they learn to protect their families.

As a suggested starting place in exploring the concerns about radiation from wireless devices, I have appended an “Annotated **** of References” and an “Annotated **** of Videos”. Please view, especially, video (1) called “Wi-Fi in Schools, the Facts”, made in Australia, on page 6.

Regards,
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My background

I am a retired U.S. Government scientist (Ph.D., Applied Physics, Harvard University, 1975). During my Government career, I worked for the Executive Office of the President, the National Science Foundation, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. For those organizations, respectively, I addressed Federal research and development program evaluation, energy policy research, and measurement development in support of the electronics and electrical-equipment industries and the biomedical research community. I currently interact with other scientists and with physicians around the world on the impact of the environment – including the radiofrequency/microwave environment – on human health.

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ANNOTATED LIST OF REFERENCES

The international biomedical research community has conducted thousands of studies seeking to identify the biological effects of exposure to both low frequency and radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, extending into the microwave region. So many of these studies have found serious biological effects from such fields, at levels earlier thought to be safe, that immediate steps are needed to alert the public and to lower permitted exposure levels.

The most massive review of this biomedical literature is the 1479-page BioInitiative 2012 Report which considered about 1800 biomedical research publications, most issued in the previous five years. The BioInitiative 2012 Report was prepared by an international body of 29 experts, heavy in Ph.D.s and M.D.s, from 10 countries, including the USA which contributed the most experts (10). The review concludes that “The continued rollout of wireless technologies and devices puts global public health at risk from unrestricted wireless commerce unless new, and far lower[,] exposure limits and strong precautionary warnings for their use are implemented.”

BioInitiative Working Group, **** Sage, M.A. and **** O. ****, M.D., Editors, BioInitiative Report: A Rationale for Biologically-based Public Exposure Standards for Electromagnetic Radiation, December 31, 2012

http://www.bioinitiative.org

A group of six doctors in Oregon, led by **** Dart, M.D., released, in **** 2013, a 74-page review of 279 biomedical research publications. This review makes the health case against “cell phones, base stations, Wi-Fi, **** Meters and other RF [radiofrequency] or ELF [extremely low frequency] -emitting devices”. The review notes that “The current levels of exposure need to be reduced rather than increased further. The FCC [Federal Communications Commission] must especially protect vulnerable groups in the population including children and teenagers, pregnant women, men of reproductive age, individuals with compromised immune systems, seniors, and workers.” This review is posted on the website of the FCC at the link entitled "Health Effects of RF - Research Review (87)".

Biological and Health Effects of Microwave Radio Frequency Transmissions, A Review of the Research Literature, A Report to the Staff and Directors of the **** Water and Electric Board, **** 4, 2013 http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment/view?id=6017465430

**** Bevington, in 2013, published a book that summarizes the findings of 1828 international biomedical research publications. The book describes the symptoms caused by exposure to electromagnetic radiation, the many diseases associated with such exposure, and the relative risk levels associated with specific sources of electromagnetic radiation. The citations of papers include the PMID index numbers for easy location on the PubMed.gov website of the National Institutes of Health. This website provides the largest index to the biomedical research literature in the world.

Electromagnetic Sensitivity and Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: A Summary by **** Bevington NEW EDITION: **** 2013

http://www.es-uk.info

About 200 scientists from 39 countries around the world submitted an international appeal to the United Nations and to the World Health Organization in May 2015. These scientists seek improved protection of the public from harm from the radiation produced by many wireless sources, including "cellular and cordless http://www.bioinitiative.org/

http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment/view?id=6017465430
http://www.es-uk.info/
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phones and their base stations, Wi-Fi, broadcast antennas, smart meters, and baby monitors" among others.

Together, these scientists have published about 2000 research papers on this subject.

https://www.emfscientist.org/index.php/emf-scientist-appeal

The International Agency for Research on Cancer, of the World Health Organization, has already classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as a Class 2B carcinogen ("possible carcinogen"), based primarily on increased risk of brain cancer. That decision was made in 2011. Since then, the research supporting a higher classification of risk ("probable carcinogen", or even "known carcinogen") has continued to build.

http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2011/pdfs/pr208_E.pdf

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM), which trains physicians in preparation for Board Certification in Environmental Medicine, states: “The AAEM strongly supports the use of wired Internet connections, and encourages avoidance of radiofrequency such as from WiFi, cellular and mobile phones and towers, and ‘smart meters’.” AAEM further states that "The peer reviewed, scientific literature demonstrates the correlation between RF [radiofrequency] exposure and neurological, cardiac, and pulmonary disease as well as reproductive and developmental disorders, immune dysfunction, cancer and other health conditions.

The evidence is irrefutable." The AAEM concludes: “To install WiFi in schools plus public spaces risks a widespread public health hazard that the medical system is not yet prepared to address.” AAEM, Wireless Radiofrequency Radiation in Schools, November 14, 2013 http://www.aaemonline.org/pdf/WiredSchools.pdf

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), whose 60,000 doctors care for our children, supports the development of more restrictive standards for radiofrequency radiation exposure that would better protect the public, particularly the children. The AAP, in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), dated **** 29, 2013, states that “Children are not little adults and are disproportionately impacted by all environmental exposures, including cell phone radiation. Current FCC standards do not account for the unique vulnerability and use patterns specific to pregnant women and children. It is essential that any new standard for cell phones or other wireless devices be based on protecting the youngest and most vulnerable populations to ensure they are safeguarded throughout their lifetimes.” http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/document/view?id=7520941318

The U.S. Government bears a major responsibility for the exponential growth in the levels of radiation from wireless devices in the environment. In 1996, the U.S. Congress passed, and the President signed, the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Under pressure from the cell phone industries, this law included this provision: “No State or local government or instrumentality thereof may regulate the placement, construction, and modification of personal wireless service facilities [cell towers] on the basis of the environmental effects of radio frequency emissions to the extent that such facilities comply with the [Federal Communications] Commission's regulations concerning such emissions.” Because the Federal Communications Commission’s regulations on radiation exposure are so permissive, this provision prevents state and local governments from protecting their people from radiation from cell towers, based on health concerns.

Telecommunications Act of 1996
https://transition.fcc.gov/Reports/tcom1996.pdf
https://www.emfscientist.org/index.php/emf-scientist-appeal
http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2011/pdfs/pr208_E.pdf
http://www.aaemonline.org/pdf/WiredSchools.pdf
http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/document/view?id=7520941318
https://transition.fcc.gov/Reports/tcom1996.pdf
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has acted in partnership with the wireless industries by permitting wireless radiation levels far higher than the biomedical research literature indicates are necessary to protect human health. The success of the wireless industries in capturing the FCC, the committees in the U.S. Congress that oversee the FCC, and the Executive Branch is detailed in a new monograph from the Center for Ethics at Harvard University. As an example of that capture, the President recently appointed, as head of the FCC, the former head of the CTIA – The Wireless Association, which is the major lobbying organization for the wireless industry. This, of course, is the infamous "revolving door".

**** Alster, Captured Agency: How the Federal Communications Commission is Dominated by the Industries It Presumably Regulates (2015)

http://ethics.harvard.edu/news/new-e-books-edmond-j-safra-research-lab Further, the U.S. Government’s “American Recovery and Investment Act of 2009” provided funding that was used to motivate the installation of wireless smart meters (also called the “Advanced Metering Infrastructure” or “AMI”) by offering cost sharing to the utilities that would adopt such meters.

https://www.smartgrid.gov/recovery_act/overview/smart_grid_investment_grant_program.html Many states then extended the impact of the above Act by mandating the acceptance of wireless smart meters by the public. These meters contain microwave transmitters/receivers and are placed either on, or inside, every home. A California court-ordered document indicates that each smart meter broadcasts bursts of radiation, on average about 10,000 times per day and up to a maximum of about 190,000 times per day.

Such bursts flood neighborhoods with radiation, every day and every night throughout the year.

http://emfsafetynetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/PGERFDataOpt-outalternatives_11-1-11-3pm.pdf

Increasingly, the public is becoming aware of the threat that wireless radiation poses to health. The initial opposition focuses primarily on mandated sources of exposure, especially when the individuals exposed include the unborn and young children as they are among the most vulnerable. Thus, the strongest initial opposition is surfacing for cell towers, especially on school grounds; for Wi-Fi in schools; and for wireless smart meters placed on, or inside, homes. Most states now have opposition groups, and some states have even 10 or 20 such groups. These groups are pursuing relief through state regulatory bodies, through state legislatures, and through the courts. Below is a sampling of the hundreds of U.S. websites that reflect the nature and scope of the opposition to the unbridled expansion of wireless technology. Such websites seek to educate the public and decision-makers, and thus to promote responsive action, based on the underlying science.

The BabySafe Project
http://www.babysafeproject.org/the-science/
National Association for Children and Safe Technology
http://www.nacst.org/

Take **** Your ****’s index to groups in the USA opposed to wireless smart meters http://takebackyourpower.net/directory/us/

**** Grid Awareness, a Website by Skyvision Solutions, Consumer Protection Advocate http://smartgridawareness.org

http://ethics.harvard.edu/news/new-e-books-edmond-j-safra-research-labhttps://www.smartgrid.gov/recovery_act/overview/smart_grid_investment_grant_program.htmlhttp://emfsafetynetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/PGERFDataOpt-outalternatives_11-1-11-3pm.pdfhttp://emfsafetynetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/PGERFDataOpt-outalternatives_11-1-11-3pm.pdfhttp://www.babysafeproject.org/the-science/

http://www.nacst.org/
http://takebackyourpower.net/directory/us/
http://smartgridawareness.org/
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ANNOTATED LIST OF VIDEOS

There are hundreds of videos on the Internet that address the impact of wireless radiation on health. Here are just a few that provide an especially good introduction to this topic. An Internet search will surface many more.

(1) An introduction to the health risks posed by Wi-Fi in schools Wi-Fi in Schools, the Facts (September 9, 2013) (18 minutes)

produced by Wi-Fi in Schools Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQryZbxlqXI&feature=youtu.be

(2) Wide ranging overview of the impact of electromagnetic radiation on human health, particularly at microwave frequencies, with a special emphasis on children and the school environment Electromagnetic Radiation Health for Children 2014 (70 minutes) by Dr. **** Mallery-Blythe, a UK physician

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNFdZVeXw7M

(3) Documentary on the wireless industry’s efforts to suppress public awareness of the health effects of wireless radiation

Microwaves, Science & Lies (2014) (90 minutes)
by **** Heches and **** de Meritens (of ****)
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/17755/89417454

(4) Samples of video testimony by individuals harmed by the radiation from wireless devices Cell Phones Cause Cancer (October 17, 2012) (9 minutes)

by **** Gonzalez, Esq.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIlOVJd0lA8

Woman suffers acute radiation exposure from a bank of smart meters (January 21, 2015) (3 minutes).

produced by Maryland **** Meter Awareness
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9QZuWPw6Y0&feature=youtu.be

Man experiences adverse health effects from exposure to a smart meter (March 7, 2013) (3 minutes).

by Garic Schoen of Gaithersburg, MD
produced by Maryland **** Meter Awareness

http://marylandsmartmeterawareness.org/smart-meter-news/maryland-ms-resident-testimony-to-economic-matters-committee-re-hb1038-on-march-14-2013/

Individuals with high sensitivity to the radiation from wireless devices search for increasingly rare safe environments.

Searching for a **** Cage (May 8, 2014) (13 minutes)
produced by Nadav Neuhaus
http://time.com/golden-cage/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQryZbxlqXI&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNFdZVeXw7M
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/17755/89417454
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIlOVJd0lA8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9QZuWPw6Y0&feature=youtu.be

http://marylandsmartmeterawareness.org/smart-meter-news/maryland-ms-resident-testimony-to-economic-matters-committee-re-hb1038-on-march-14-2013/http://marylandsmartmeterawareness.org/smart-meter-news/maryland-ms-resident-testimony-to-economic-matters-committee-re-hb1038-on-march-14-2013/http://time.com/golden-cage/

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Subject: [cheemf] Cell Phone & Wi-Fi EMR Effects on Oxidative Stress & Molecular Pathways in the Brain

Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 12:15:50 -0800
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My comments:

Excerpted below are the sections of this review paper by Nazıroğlu and Akman (2014) that address blood-brain barrier penetration. ****-brain barrier penetration after exposure to low intensity (as opposed to greater intensity) microwave radiation has been observed in various studies since it was first reported by **** Frey in 1975.

This phenomenon is problematic for the development of safe RF regulatory standards as well as for the development of harm reduction recommendations via personal behavior change. I would be interested in learning what other people think about this line of research, especially its policy implications.

"Studies have shown that neurological damage can be observed at exposure levels of 0.12 mW/kg (Eberhardt et al. 2008). This is less than one eighth of the average exposure level of 1 mW/kg found 150–200 m from a mobile phone mast. The researchers concluded that 'the weakest fields are the biologically most harmful'.”

Eberhardt JL, Persson BR, Brun AE, Salford LG, Malmgren LO (2008) ****-brain barrier permeability and nerve cell damage in rat brain 14 and 28 days after exposure to microwaves from GSM mobile phones. Electromagn Biol Med 27(3):215–129

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Effects of Cellular Phone- and Wi-Fi-Induced Electromagnetic Radiation on Oxidative Stress and Molecular Pathways in Brain

**** Nazıroğlu, Hatice Akman. Effects of Cellular Phone- and Wi-Fi-Induced Electromagnetic Radiation on Oxidative Stress and Molecular Pathways in Brain.

Systems Biology of Free Radicals and Antioxidants. 2014, pp 2431-244.

Abstract

It has been suggested that the widespread use of cellular telephones and wireless devices may result in increased health risks resulting from brain exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR). The situation has prompted many investigations into the interaction between EMR and neuronal cells, even at intensities not able to produce thermal effects. This chapter reviews the effects of Wi-Fi (2.45 GHz) EMR exposure on the central nervous system in humans and experimental animals.

Several studies have suggested that EMR emitted by wireless devices can interfere with learning mailto:******@***.com

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and memory in both animal models and human, but the results obtained are controversial and the molecular basis of this interaction is still unclear. Electromagnetic radiation may induce some degenerative effects in the brain by increasing oxidative stress and DNA breakage plus interference with the blood–brain barrier permeability. There are also recent reports on the role of Wi-Fi and mobile phone frequencies on Ca2+ influx through Ca2+ channels. The EMR increases ROS production in the neurons through the activation of oxidant system including NADPH oxidase activity and nitric oxide production. These effects are accompanied by a decrease in brain tissue of enzymatic antioxidants such as superoxide dismutase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase together with a fall in the levels of nonenzymatic antioxidants such as glutathione and vitamin C.

Cell phone- and Wi-Fi-induced EMR appears to induce degenerative effects through increase of oxidative stress and decrease of antioxidants in the brain that affect neuronal physiological functions. Antioxidants seem to counteract the effects on the EMR, however.

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Safe Doses of Wi-Fi in Brain

Most of the studies that have been conducted while investigating the biological effects of Wi-Fi on humans have mainly dealt with the amount of energy absorbed by the human tissue. They are somewhat limited, however, with regard to measurements of the specific absorption rate (SAR).

SAR is a rate of energy absorbed by a unit mass of the object and usually expressed by the parameter W/kg2. We may liken the intensity of RF rate to a quantity of novalgin (analgesic) tablets. If, say, there are 100 mg of novalgin per tablet, we cannot decide anything about the efficacy of the tablets unless we also know the amount of the tablets taken, e.g., two tablets taken every 4 h (or 200 mg every 4 h). The amount of a drug absorbed into the body is the main determinant of its effect (Lai and **** 1996).

There are also ongoing dosimetry studies that measure RF levels around the globe, including that coming from various sources including wireless local area networks (WLANs) which indicate that the associated exposure level is low (Foster and Glaser 2007). Martínez‐Búrdalo and **** (2009) reported that measuring local energy SAR rates in different areas of the brain in a rat exposed to RF rate revealed that two brain regions that are spaced less than a millimeter apart can have more than a twofold difference in SAR. **** et al. (1995) also reported that the peak (hot spot) for SAR in the head tissue of a user of a mobile telephone can range from 2–8 W/kg2 per watt output of the device. The peak energy output of mobile telephones can range from 0.6–1 W, although the average output is closer to 0.6 than to 1.0 Studies have shown that neurological damage can be observed at exposure levels of 0.12 mW/kg (Eberhardt et al.

2008). This is less than one eighth of the average exposure level of 1 mW/kg found 150–200 m from a mobile phone mast. The researchers concluded that “the weakest fields are the biologically most harmful.”

Yioultsis et al. (2002) studied the occurrence of considerable differences in electric field or SAR values. They also demonstrated high radiation absorption by the head, which, apart from any possible biological damage, caused a rise in brain temperature after a 10-min exposure. Although both SAR values and the thermal rise in the case of a WLAN are one or two orders of magnitude http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-642-30018-9_210/fulltext.html#CR38http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-642-30018-9_210/fulltext.html#CR23http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-642-30018-9_210/fulltext.html#CR42http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-642-30018-9_210/fulltext.html#CR41http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-642-30018-9_210/fulltext.html#CR19http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-642-30018-9_210/fulltext.html#CR79lower than before exposure, the issue of prolonged exposure is raised, since it is found that the safety limits for long exposure are also marginally violated.

**** et al. (2010) studied the dosimetry levels during exposure to the electromagnetic (EM) field associated with the Wi-Fi frequency band (2,412–2,484 MHz).

The exposure system they developed allows experiments to be performed for the evaluation of biological effects of electromagnetic field exposure during early life. They found that average whole-body SAR drastically changes during the exposure period according to the size and weight of the new born mice.

**** – brain barrier permeability

(b) ****–brain barrier permeability: It has been known for years that EMR has the potential to alter the permeability of the blood–brain barrier. Salford et al. (2003) and Nittby et al. (2009) report on various studies of the effect of EMR. The danger of a break in the blood–brain barrier is that the brain ceases to be protected from compounds in the blood that are harmful to the nervous system.

Salford et al. (1997) exposed rats to microwave radiation at an intensity equivalent to that received by a mobile phone user. They investigated the ease by which substances toxic to the central nervous system can cross over from the blood into the brain and found that the blood–brain barrier breaks down after a 2-min exposure. They demonstrated consequent neural damage especially in subjects of middle age and deduced that mobile phone use can precipitate degenerative brain effects. In addition, Nittby et al. (2008) and Nittby et al. (2009) and Salford (2007) have found that very low emission energy levels cause more leakage across the blood–brain barrier than higher levels.

Franke et al. (2005) reported that no changes in the blood–brain barrier permeability to sucrose occurred in response to constant exposure, over a period of 1–5 days, to a mobile phone signal at 1,800 MHz. Grafstrom et al. (2008) similarly could find no change in the permeability of the blood–brain barrier to several types of markers and observed no dark neurons or neuronal damage after exposing rats to a mobile phone 900 signal with an SAR of 0.6 or 60 mW/kg for 2 h per week, over a period of 55 weeks. Masuda et al. (2009) observed the passage of plasma protein albumin across the blood–brain barrier and no appearance of dark neurons in experiments. McQuade et al. (2009) observed no effect of a 30-min exposure to modulated GSM 915 MHz (two types of modulation: 217 Hz and 16 Hz) or to a continuous signal (SAR of 0.0018–20 W/kg in male rats). Poulletier De Gannes et al. (2009) also detected no effect on blood–brain barrier integrity or neuronal degeneration. These authors also assessed neuronal apoptosis. Cosquer et al. (2005) observed no effect of semi-chronic exposure to 2.45 GHz pulses (2 μs, 500 Hz) for 45 min per day over 10 days, using neither indirect observations based on cognitive tests nor by the passage of **** blue dye across the blood–brain barrier (study carried out on 36 male rats). For the cognitive tests, the authors investigated whether radio frequency modified the behavioral response of the animals to the injection of a muscarinic antagonist (scopolamine) that crosses the blood–brain barrier only poorly. The response of the cage control rats differed from those seen in the sham-exposed and exposed rats (effect of stress), despite habituation to handling before testing.

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We have reviewed the literature to better understand the effects of Wi-Fi on human health, especially on brain neural activity. Wi-Fi may affect cell function via nonthermal effects. The EMR exposure can increase ROS formation and decrease cognitive function and antioxidant values by second messengers that cause increases in the activity of plasma membrane NADH oxidase and PKC activation. Prolonged exposure to EMR can also damage DNA which may accelerate neuronal cell death. Ca2+ is important in neuronal cells for physiological function and pathophysiological function such as cell proliferation and apoptosis. The results from relatively few recent papers indicate that Ca2+ influx is increased in neuronal cells through the activation of TRP channels and VGCC following EMR exposure. Future studies should therefore be aimed at identifying the specific intracellular pathways and calcium channels that transduce Wi-Fi-induced changes in calcium influx into signal capabilities of exposed brain and neurons.

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Interventions Phase 2: Intervenor 784

Document Name: 2015-134.227379.2538355.Interventions Phase 2(1$#lv01!).pdf
Wireless Technology
The **** Threat to our
Health
Personal Privacy
Democracy
and
National Security
in Canada’s Entire History
**** Flynn’s BIO

Retired Canadian Armed Forces Captain. Spent 22 of 26+ years’ service in Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Electronic Warfare (EW) and Radio Warfare (RW):

 2 yrs as Executive **** (2-i/c) & Operations **** at ultra-sensitive radio station directly employing 200+ radio operators & technicians;

 2 yrs in National Defense Headquarters, in the Directorate of Electronic Warfare, as the Staff **** EW for Canada’s only Army EW Sqdn.

 Conducted EW operations at sea with RCN and on land with NATO army units.

Table of Contents

Slide # Title 4 Background

13 Government / Military / Industrial Complex – Conspiracy, Corruption 58 “EMR” and “Safety Code 6”

165 Cell Phones
204 Cell Phone Towers/Masts
226 Wi-Fi

246 **** Line Freq. (60 Hz) radiation 278 **** Meters

321 National Security/Electronic Warfare 342 Conclusion

343 Reference Web Sites
Electromagnetic Frequency
Spectrum
ECG X-Ray 2.4 GHz

Non-Ionizing radiation Ionizing radiation Ultrasound

All Living Things are
Bio-Electrical Beings
Brain
1-30 Hz
Body
7.83 Hz
****
2 Hz

An ECG is used to measure the heart’s electrical conduction system.[2] It picks up electrical impulses generated by the polarization and depolarization of cardiac One tends not to think of people being “bio-electric” beings, but ECGs and EKGs are used to measure the heart’s electrical impulses - which are

extremely weak signals - meaning that they are at risk from any stronger electrical signals interfering with the bodies own “natural” frequencies.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ElectrocardiographyElectrocardiogram

ECG or EKG

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrocardiographyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrocardiographyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrocardiographyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ElectrocardiographyNatural Frequencies:

0 – 30 Hz
Man-made ‘Harmful’ Frequencies:
35 – 500 Hz

ELF (60 Hz) and Microwave Frequencies pulsed at 60 Hz have same biological effect on growing cells, incidence of certain cancers, abnormalities in embryos, central nervous system, learning ability, etc.

**** Currents by Dr. **** O. ****, pp 214 (1920s) AM radio

(1930s) radar (“Microwave Sickness” was first reported in 1932 in Germany, yet all five Western Alliance countries, including Health Canada, continue to deny such a thing exists.) (1950s) FM Radio and TV

(1970s) computers
(1980s) mobile phones
(2000s) wireless technologies &

compact fluorescent lighting Evolution of Technology

First reported by Germany, symptoms include:

headaches, dizziness, disrupted sleep, insomnia, fatigue, nausea, heart palpitations, memory loss, tinnitus, skin rashes, muscle and joint pain, leg and foot pain, tingling, irritability, numbness, nosebleeds, depression, anxiety, etc.

http://smartmeterdangers.org/index.php/position-statements/206-smart-meters-correcting-gross-misinformation

1932 – “Microwave Sickness”

(To-day’s Electro-hypersensitivity or “EHS”) All wireless devices

emit harmful non-thermal RADIATION AM & FM radio towers, satellite TV, Amateur Radio, airport radars, police radars, Microwave ovens, cell phones, cell phone towers, iPhones, smart phones, cordless phones, iPads, tablets, Wi-Fi routers (2.4 or 5 GHz) home security systems, baby monitors, laptops, garage door openers, Bluetooth, remote control units, GPS satellites, TETRA Networks (BC Hydro 409-430 MHz: 17.6 Hz), Wi-Max towers (2.3, 2.5, 3.5, 5.8 MHz), (Cont’d)

Wireless Devices (Cont’d)

military & scientific satellites, motion detectors, Wi-Fi hotspots: cities, towns, buildings, school buses, Greyhound buses, VIA Rail trains, planes, restaurants), body area networks (BANs), Car Wi-Fi; RFIDs (900 MHz), X-rays, CT Scans, MRIs, Pagers, some Copiers, Motion Detectors, Wii & Wii U, and Xbox 360 games. Car-collision avoidance, **** Meters, Meshed-grid networks, radar guns, etc.

Clinics in several cities in the Soviet Union and E.

Europe studied and treated thousands of workers suffering from new occupational disease: “radio wave sickness.” The workers manufactured, inspected, repaired or operated M/W equipment.

Some worked at radar, radio or TV stations or telephone companies. Others operated RF heaters & sealers being used in industries using technology developed during World War II.

http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Electromagnetic_Hypersensitivity.pdf 1950s – Microwave Sickness (“EHS”) U.S. Government / U.S. Military /

Industrial Complex
- Collusion
- Conspiracy
- Corruption

“Western Alliance” countries (U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand) led by a corrupt U.S.

government/military/industrial complex, are aggressively pushing wireless technology globally for military purposes and for unprecedented economic gain. Yet the Council of Europe (47 countries, 800-million people) abandoned in 2011 today’s ‘Western-sponsored’ dangerously high radiation ‘Safety’ limits in order to protect its people. Europeans are now urged to adopt the “Precautionary Principle” but ‘Western Alliance’ countries refuse to protect their citizens.

Captain (retired) J.G. ****, CD (Electronic Warfare Specialist) The Writer’s Assertion

1933 – Russian Research

Russia has systematically studied electromagnetic bio-effects on all life forms: plants, animals & people since 1933.

Found harmful effects from even the weakest radiation intensities - depended greatly on frequency used and cumulative effect.

Caused the Russians to drastically reduce their own safety levels by a factor of 1,000!

Cellular Radiation Is This Our Next Titanic? Pp 77 The Body Electric, pp 289, Dr. **** Becker, Md U.S Embassy – Moscow (’53–’76)

(6-8 Hours a Day, 5 Days Week)

Was irradiated with M/W frequencies at intensities of 0.1 to 24µW/cm², ie., about 1,000 times lower than the US ‘standard’ of 10 mW/cm².

• 2 ambassadors died of cancer;

• 3rd developed leukemia-like blood disease & bleeding eyes & eventually died from it;

• At least 16 women developed breast cancer;

• Many other staff suffered adverse health effects, e.g. immune system disorders, high white blood cell counts, chromosomal breaks, chronic fatigue, cataracts, etc.

• U.S. KNEW but DIDN’T TELL embassy for about 15 years! www.aseq-ehaq.ca/ma_emfs/pdf/studies/Radio_frequency_si...

1953 – Exposure Limits and
Fear of Lawsuits

Participants at the Bethesda, Maryland navy conference understood that once a standard was set lawsuits could become an issue. “The simplest way to avoid lawsuits would be to resist setting standards below existing exposure levels, but resisting lowering standards for legal reasons would again bring nonscientific pressure to bear on standard setting.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 47 Bell Laboratories, alarmed by reports of sterility and baldness among its own workers as well as military radar personnel, suggested a safety level of 100 microwatts, a hundred times less than the USA Limit of 10mW/cm² (see **** & Selden, 1984).

http://www.chronicexposure.org/occupational.html 1954 – Radiation

Sterility and Baldness
1956 – US Dept. of Defense (DOD)

Directed the U.S. Army, Navy & Air Force to investigate the biological effects of exposure to Radio frequency / Microwave (RF/MW) radiation. In 1957 they reported many implications: serious damage to the eye, evidence it can cause cancer, damage to major organs and disruption of important biological processes. Pulsed radiation appears to be more harmful than non-pulsed radiation.

Radiofrequency/microwave radiation biological effects and safety standards: A review.

Dept. of Defense had given responsi-bility for “standardization of EMR hazards to personnel” to the US Air Force, but U.S. Navy’s **** of Ships was assigned “standardization

responsibility for electromagnetic hazards common to personnel, fuel

and equipment,” which upset IEEE and ANSI, respectively.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 56, 57 1958 – **** Struggle in USA

1960 – RF/MW Radiation
Central Nervous System

Soviet scientists report several CNS disorders among 525 workers exposed to RF/MW radiation: hypotension, slower than normal heart rates, increased histamine content of the blood, increases in activity of the thyroid gland, headaches, irritability, increased fatigue, etc.

The U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, NIOSH Contract No.

210-76-0145 , Mar ch 1978

1961 - President Eisenhower’s concern about Military-Industrial Complex

and Democracy

“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can … (protect democracy) http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~hst306/documents/indust.html http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~hst306/documents/indust.htmlhttp://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~hst306/documents/indust.htmlThe safe exposure limit set for the general public in Czechoslovakia was in the range of 1 µW/cm2 - a thousand times lower than that in the United States (10 mW/cm²) !

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/FOI3.php 1965 – Exposure Limits

Czechoslovakia vs USA
1967 - Project Pandora
“In Sept. 1967, the CIA’s Jo ****

observed in a memo summarizing the early results of Pandora, “For the record it should be noted that all the positive findings of Project Pandora [Pandora] were achieved one half an order of magnitude below the accepted U.S.

standard for safe exposure.”

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 117 1968 - Industry Lies

to U.S. Congress about EMR

Raytheon’s Microwave Division informed Congress there was no problem to solve, that studies concluded that:

1) The biological effects of microwave energy are thermal.

2) The effects are non-cumulative.

3) Man has a built-in alarm system coupled with his threshold of pain that protects him from thermal injury.”

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp125, 125 1968 - Dr. **** Schwan

Disagrees with Raytheon

Dr. Schwan, who established USA’s Exposure Limit of 10 mW/cm², disagreed with Raytheon saying there was not sufficient evidence to limit RF bioeffects solely to thermal energy. Nor would he discount possibility of genetic and cumulative effects completely. **** more studies were needed.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 125 1968 – President **** Johnson’s

State of the Union Address

He pledged to keep Americans “safe in their homes and at work.” Part of the new deal consumers were being promised was

“protection against hazardous radiation from TV sets and other electronic equipment.” This became law when he signed the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act. on Oct. 18, 1968.

New **** Times, January 18, 1968 Public Law 90-602, Oct 18, 1968 1970s – RF Bioeffects Research

Throughout the 70s approximately two of every three research dollars spent on RF bio-effects research can be traced to the navy, air force or army.

With this support inevitably came control.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp169 ‘70’s - Modulated Microwave

Signals are Dangerous!

Researchers had known since the early ‘70s that a properly modulated signal could interfere with normal brain activity.

“Effects of Modulated UHF Fields on Specific Brain Rhythms in Cats,” Brain Research 58 (1973): 365-384 Frequency Illness Caused 4.5 Hz Paranoia;

6.6 Hz Depression/Suicide;

8 Hz Animals fall asleep;

11 Hz Manic behavior/Anger;

25 Hz Blindness if aimed at the head; **** attack if aimed at the chest.

Other frequencies cause hysteria, trauma, lust, murder and cancer, and may all be induced.

http://www.planningsanity.co.uk/reports/trower.htm Non Lethal Microwave Weapons

1971 – Naval Medical Research
Institute (NMRI)

The U.S. military had by 1971 compiled 2300 reports on the biological responses to radio and microwave frequency

(RF/MW) radiation - - which paid

particular attention to the effects on man of non-ionizing radiation at these frequencies.

http://www.magdahavas.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Glaser_1972_shortened.pdf **** Byrd, a scientist for the Naval Surface Weapons Centre, USN, said about M/W radiation in 1986: 'We can alter the behaviour of tissues, cells, organs and whole organisms.... you can cause up to six times higher foetus mortality and birth defects in laboratory animals, and it is known how to induce malignant diseases in human cells … and how to cure them…” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xehJzyttZr8 Project Pandora (1954-1971)

1974 – RF/MW Radiation and
Cardiovascular Disease

Soviet study of 100 patients exposed to radiation for periods ranging 5-15 years concluded it is a PROBABLE cause of cardio problems. A smaller group exposed for shorter periods also experienced cardio irregularities.

Radiofrequency/microwave radiation biological effects and safety standards: A review.

1976 – Highest Cancer Rate in
the World!

U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski told Chicago Daily News columnist **** Beech, in **** 1976, that the U.S. Embassy in Moscow had the highest cancer rates in the world!

Brodeur, Zapping of America, pp 129 and The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck pp 199 1977 – Microwaves: Their Deadly

Risk … and the ****-up

Microwave radiation can blind you, alter your behaviour, cause genetic damage, even kill you. The risks have been hidden from you by the Pentagon, the State Department, and the electronics industry. With this book, the microwave cover-up is ended.

“The Zapping of America” **** Brodeur (1977) 1977 – CBS’s “60 Minutes”

Electronic Smog Blanketing
America

Host **** Wallace interviewed U.S.

opthalmologist, Dr. Milton Zaret and spent 20 minutes alerting the public to the possible dangers of microwaves. Dr. Zaret was one of the first scientists to warn of the harmful effects of microwave radiation, especially to eyes.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck pp 190.

Mass Media and the Public

“What must the press do to get the truth out to the public about low-level radiation? Well we simply have to keep digging; check, double-check, and if possible triple-check every press release, tip, and press briefing; remain always suspicious of authority, and never lose sight of that old Latin admonition, Illigitiati non carborundum – don’t let the bastards wear you down”

**** Hines, Annals of the New **** Academy of Sciences (1979) Public have deliberately been

deceived and kept ignorant

The effects of low-level exposure to RF radiation that have been withheld from the public extend from heart disease and cataracts to birth defects and cancer. Information about such hazards has been withheld to protect the military and its industrial contractors from the economic burden of lower

standards.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 195 Dr. **** O. **** and **** Selden:

“Our survival depends on the ability of upright scientists and other people of goodwill to break the military-industrial death grip on our policy-making institutions.” (Becker, RO, and Selden, G, The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life, (New YorkL ****) 1985, p.329.) 1985 - The **** of the Telecom

and TV Industry

Microwave Research Department of the **** **** Army Institute of Research states, "Microwave energy in the range

1 to 5 GHz, a militarily important range, penetrates all organ systems of the body and thus puts all organ systems at risk.“ Yet these are the very frequencies used in today’s devices, including baby monitors! Effects on the central nervous system are considered very important.

Orvotron, The Bimonthly Newsletter, ****/April 1994 http://assassinationscience.com/EMP5.htm 1994 - Microwave Weapons

Frequencies from about 700 MHz to 1,000 MHz interact most efficiently with human tissue to yield the greatest energy absorption!

(Yet to-day’s Cell Phones and **** Meters operate within this very range!) http://www.icems.eu/docs/Robert.C.Kane.pdf Most Dangerous Frequencies!

**** Trower

Cited a 1950s report stating: “If this paper becomes known around the world, it will threaten military and commercial interests.” He especially condemned Health Canada’s Code 6

prd34.blogspot.com/2012_03_04_archive.html He also said: “A 1976 Document summarizing U.S. Defense Intelligence research is the saddest and most despicable document ever published in history.” The document lists all of the health hazards caused by wireless devices and concludes: “This should be kept secret to preserve industrial profit.”

vitalitymagazine.com/article/why-our-world-is-electropo...

Agencies That Establish so-called “Safe” Radiation Exposure Limits

IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers) FCC (Federal Communications Commission) ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection

WHO (World Health Organization) Health Canada

Individual Provincial Chief Medical Officers (Cont’d) The REAL **** Brokers

U.S. Military (Air Force, Army & Navy) The Wireless and Telecom Industries in USA, Canada, UK, Australia & NZ;

Electric power utilities in the same five (5) countries;

CTIA – The U.S. Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Agency (powerful Lobby group) CWTA – Canadian Wireless & Telecomm.

Assn. (Canada’s powerful lobby group) IEEE/ICES

I.E.E.E. have influenced world standards since the 1960s, through its internal Committee - ICES:

International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety

whose members are:

U.S. Army US Air Force Motorola Nokia **** Alcatel-Lucent Bell

2006 - Recommended raising Exposure Limits!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHhfjQ1_JVW&lR=1 Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee best

summed it up, “… we have seen

compelling evidence that there is an incestuous relationship between the defense industry and defense

officials that is not good for
America.”

http://www.worldpolicy.org/projects/arms/reports/TiesThatBind.html U.S. Arms Industry Influence

on **** House Policies

Apparently it is out of bounds in American politics to question the ethics of a former president who makes money from policies pursued by his son in the **** House. But the public needs to be aware of the global reach of the **** Group, which combines the public and private interest in a form rarely seen in Washington.

http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Corporations/Big_Guns.html Unparalleled Global ****

Brokers

Dr. B Jon Klauenberg (US Air Force Research Lab. and long-time member of ICES) was awarded the IEEE SA International Standards Award Dec. 2011 for helping to convince world bodies and international agencies of the rigor, benefits, and provenance of IEEE Standards.

http://www.ices-

emfsafety.org/documents/publications/ICES_Annual_Report_2011-12.pdf 2013 – IEEE’s goal: To get world to adopt its “Radiation Exposure”

Standards

Health Canada’s own senior radiation protection Scientist, Dr. Art Thansandote is, and has been for many years, Co-Chairman of Sub-Committee 4, which is THE group responsible for establishing Exposure Limits for the IEEE, which are then adopted by FCC as the USA’s Safe Exposure Limits!

www.ices-

emfsafety.org/documents/.../ICES_Annual_Report_2011-12.p...

Health Canada and IEEE
Complicity and Corruption
Noteworthy members include:

Drs. **** Bailey, **** Erdreich and Yakov Shkolnikov of Exponent Inc.

Drs. Art Thansandote, **** McNamee and **** Bellier of Health Canada, Dr. **** Gallant, Industry Canada, **** Goulette, Hydro Quebec,

**** Link, Radiation Safety Institute of Canada Mays Swicord, Mays Swicord consulting ICES (SCC-39) Annual Report: 2011 – 2012 ICES TC-95, Sub-Committee 3

(Determines Standards for 0-3 kHz) IEEE’s TC-95 Sub Committee-4

(Determines Safety Levels for 3 kHz – 300 GHz) Noteworthy Members Include

Dr. **** Bailey, Exponent Inc. USA Dr. **** Erdreich, Exponent Inc. USA Dr. Yakov Shkolnikov, Exponent Inc. USA Dr. Art Thansandote, Health Canada Dr. **** McNamee, Health Canada

Dr. **** Bellier, Health Canada Dr. **** Gallant, Industry Canada ICES (SCC-39) Annual Report: 2011 – 2012 FCC

(Federal Communication Commission)  Is the U.S. regulating agency for radio frequency (RF) spectrum usage & compliance;

 Is headed up by five (5) Commissioners appointed by the U.S. President: three from party in power; two from ‘other’ party;

 Not one is a scientist;

 **** 2013, FCC began its review of Safety Limits

http://microwavenews.com/ 2014 – FCC’s New Chairman

Tom ****, a major fund-raiser for

****. Obama and a career lobbyist for both the National Cable and TV Assn and the Cellular Telecom and Internet Assn (which he headed up 1992-2004).

During his stint at the CTIA, his own scientists told him that cell phones were causing brain tumors. He buried the data and fired the scientists!

http://www.salon.com/2013/06/13/cellphones_health_risks_go_way_beyond_brain_cancer_partner/

Most of its funding comes from industry and most of the members of ICNIRP are engineers for whom only thermal effects may cause biological effects.

Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, **** 2013; 32(2): 200–208 ICNIRP

(International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection)

Conflicts of Interest in ICNIRP

In addition to its inaugural Chairman, Dr. **** Repacholi, whose corruption is legendary, a disproportionate number of ICNIRP’s members have been discredited due to their historical ties to industry, eg., Dr. John Moulder,

Prof. **** Ahlbom, Dr. **** Lerchi.

http://www.microwavenews.com/fromthefiel http://www.safeinschool.org/2013/04/conflict-of-interest-influences-emf.htmld.html#whoottawa

http://www.microwavenews.com/fromthefield.html FCC Frequency Spectrum Auctions 2011 - $33 Billion

www.broadcastingcable.com/article/463971-CEA_CTIA_Broadcast_Spectrum_Auctions_Could_Clear_33_Billion_or_More.php 2010 - $120 billion due to ‘iPad boom’ www.electronista.com/articles/10/10/22/fcc.says.ipad.helping.spark.wireless.spectrum.rush

2008 - $20 Billion

www.thestreet.com/story/10408536/fcc-spectrum-auction-nears-20-billion-html

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Soviets used the cell phone frequencies we use today: 1800 MHz and 900 MHz as weapons!

http://www.whale.to/b/rifat.html “EMR”

(Electro-Magnetic Radiation)
and
“Safety Code 6”
Illnesses Linked to EMR

Many cancers, neurological conditions, ADD, sleep disorders, depression,

Autism, Alzheimer’s, ****’s,

cognitive problems, cardiovascular irregularities, hormone disruption, immune system disorders, metabolism changes, stress, fertility impairment, increased blood brain barrier

permeability, mineral disruption, DNA damage, etc.

The U.S.S.R./Russian Federation
considers the non-thermal effects

which they have studied since 1933.

http://www.feb.se/EMFguru/CellPhone/cherry2/ICNIRP-2.htm The “Western Alliance”

versus U.S.S.R.
Double Standard
The WHO, IEEE, ICNIRP, FCC and

Health Canada all protect only against THERMAL radiation.

The Omnipotent IEEE

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is an organization of some 425,000 engineers in 160 countries. ****-quartered in New **** City, IEEE’s internal committee:

ICES - International Committee on

Electromagnetic Safety (not to be confused with ICEMS, a truly independent globally-respected scientific organization) essentially sets the ‘Safety Limit’ for the U.S. and, hence, for other Western Alliance countries. IEEE wants the world to adopt its ‘standard.’ http://www.ices-

emfsafety.org/documents/publications/ICES_Annual_Report_2011-12.pdf Health Dept. Salzburg (indoor) (‘02) 1 Health Dept. Salzburg (outdoors) (‘02) 10 EU Wkg Grp recommendation (2001) 100 Salzburg 1998 (sum GSM) 1,000 Italy (single frequency) 1,000 Russia, PRChina 100,000 Italy (sum of frequencies) 100,000 Belgium (ex Wallonia) 1,115,000 ICNIRP (‘98), WHO, Canada 10,000,000 FCC/IEEE, USA (‘09) 10,000,000 http://emrstop.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=35 Public Exposure Guidelines

1800 MHz µW/m² http://thefullertoninformer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/RF-Radiation-Regulations.jpg Crime Against Humanity

USA’s Radiation Safety Exposure Level of 10 mW/cm² was developed primarily by producers for industrial and military users, not by consumers for consumers.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 61, 62 Continuous exposure of the public to radiation 24/7/365 in perpetuity was never - and still is not - considered by the U.S. Military/Industrial complex Non-thermal Radiation

Today’s wireless devices i.e., baby monitors, **** Meters, **** phones, cordless phones, cell towers, Wi-Fi routers, TV games etc. all emit non-thermal microwave radiation. Yet Health Canada and its four other ‘Western Alliance’ countries protect ONLY against brief exposures to thermal radiation!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCe0rqqyBcw&feature=youtu.be

1920s – Athermal (Non-thermal)
Radiation

The first major debates on possible existence of non-thermal effects occurred in late 1920s.

Also, in 1926, Dr. J.W. Schereschewsky, a surgeon with U.S. Public Health Service (later an associate in preventative medicine and hygiene at the Harvard Medical School) determined that RF bioeffects were also frequency dependent! (25% of mice

irradiated had cancers cured!).

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 70, 71 1930’s – **** and U.S.

Physicians use Non-Thermal
Radiation in “Short ****
Diathermy”

This alarmed the AMA (American Medical Association) as it could weaken the influence AMA exerted over medical practice through science. In 1935, the AMA rejected outright the existence of non-thermal effects of RF and discouraged its use.

The Microwave Debate. **** H. Steneck, pp 74-76 Royal **** Rife (1913-1973) discovered that exposing a virus to certain frequencies or radio waves killed it quickly. Years of experimen- tation led to Rife's invention of the Frequency Instrument, a device that produced the exact frequencies needed to destroy various viruses.

**** about a corrupt AMA President and a ruthless medical industry that feared and ultimately ruined Rife.

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/cancercurethatworked1997.shtml The Cancer Cure That Worked - By Barry **** with John Crane 1934 - The Cancer Cure That

Worked!

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/cancercurethatworked1997.shtmlhttp://educate-yourself.org/cn/cancercurethatworked1997.shtmlhttp://educate-yourself.org/cn/cancercurethatworked1997.shtmlAMA (American Medical Association) claims notwithstanding, the University of Iowa, on contract from **** Radio, concluded from its experiments that 2450 MHz causes testicular damage (in rats) at a temperature below that causing heating effect.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 78 Late 1940s. Non-Thermal Radiation at 2450 MHz

1955 – U.S. Air Force
Reported First Symptoms of EHS

The U.S. Air Force reported that personnel experienced “a tinnitus or ringing of the ears (a symptom of electro-hypersensitivity or EHS) … during exposure in the strongest cross section of a radar beam,” the cause of which could have been thermal or non-thermal. No follow-up study was done to find out cause.

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 81 Canada’s Radio Frequency

“Exposure Limit”
1000 µW/cm²

Russia, China, Italy, ****, Australia, Most European Countries, Switzerland & Austria 100s to 1000s of times LOWER (Safer) (10 µW/cm² was recommended by Toronto Board of Health back in 1999)

BioInitiative Report - 2007

Recommended 0.1 µW/cm², which is 10,000 times lower than Safety Code 6!

Canada’s Guilty Players

Who is putting at risk your health and well-being and that of all future generations? People within … Health Canada

Industry Canada

Canadian Wireless Telecom Ass’n (CWTA) **** McLaughlin Research Centre

Provincial Medical Officers
Municipal Governments
Wireless and Telecom Industries
Electric **** Utilities
Public Utilities Commissions
IEEE’s TC-95 Sub-Committee 4

(Determines Safety Levels for 3 kHz – 300 GHz) Noteworthy Members Include:

Dr. **** Bailey, Exponent Inc. USA Dr. **** Erdreich, Exponent Inc. USA Dr. Yakov Shkolnikov, Exponent Inc. USA Dr. Art Thansandote, Health Canada Dr. **** McNamee, Health Canada

Dr. **** Bellier, Health Canada
Dr. **** Gallant, Industry Canada

ICES (SCC-39) Annual Report: 2011 – 2012 Health Canada and IEEE/ICES

Conflict of Interest

Dr. Art Thansandote, Health Canada’s Senior Radiation Protection Scientists is, and has been for many years, Co-Chairman of ICES’ Sub-Committee 4, which is responsible for establishing IEEE’s (i.e., the USA’s) egregiously high radiation Exposure Limits, which happen to be similar to Canada’s!

http://www.ices-

emfsafety.org/documents/publications/ICES_Annual_Report_2011-12.pdf

Dr. **** Repacholi

 Worked very closely with Dr. **** Stuchly in establishing Canada’s Safety Code 6’s radiation Exposure Limits;

 Was instrumental in establishing WHO’s (the World Health Organization’s) radiation Exposure Limits;

 Was instrumental in establishing ICNIRP (the International Commission on Non- Ionizing Radiation Protection) radiation Exposure Limits – all of which are virtually identical and recognize only thermal radiation!

 ‘71-’83) Health & Welfare Canada:

 ’80) Ph.D. Biology: U of Ottawa  ’71-’83) Radiation Protection ****.

 ’75-’83) ****, Non-Ionizing Radiation Program.

 ’78) Co-authored Safety Code 6 Exposure Limits with Prof. **** Stuchly  ‘83–06) W.H.O. Led 10-year study on EMR  ‘92-now) ICNIRP – inaugural Chairman, now Chairman Emeritus and a consultant to industry!

Dr. **** Repacholi

 ‘76-’91: Health & Welfare Canada: She Co- authored Safety Code 6 and other papers with Dr. **** Repacholi;

 Worked with Dr. **** Krewski;

 Was at U Vic 2002-04 (now retired)  In 2003, co-authed paper with Dr. Repacholi on bio-effects of non-ionizing EMR (Safety Code 6) and with Dr. **** Bailey of Exponent Inc.

 Had close historical ties to industry.

Dr. **** Stuchly (1978-2004)
CWTA

Canadian Wireless and Telecommunications Association

****. & CEO Is bilingual **** Lord, QC, ONB, former 2-time Premier of N.B. with unparalleled connections in all three senior levels of government and a potential heir-apparent to PM **** Harper. No wonder Wi-Fi is being pushed into public schools and communities everywhere, **** Meters forced onto all dwellings, and cell phone use encouraged.

Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association's former President **** Poirier still manages McLaughlin Research Centre's projects. CBC Marketplace exposed that the wireless industry, CWTA, funds both the research and salary of Dr. Krewski who promotes that Wi-Fi is “safe”.

http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/pre-

2007/files/health/iarc/pagetwo.html CWTA

and McLaughlin Research Centre
Prof. **** Krewski

 Since ’98: is Director of R. **** McLaughlin Centre, Ottawa, which was founded & funded by ‘industry.’  His salary is paid, in part at least, by industry, as are the Centre’s studies;

 ‘93 – worked with Repacholi at U. of O.

 ‘98 – Health & Welfare Canada: Dir. Risk Mgmt, Health Protection Branch;

 ‘01-’03: Collaborated with Dr. Stuchly on reports. http://tinyurl.com/3pyuljr Russian research done in 1960-1985, with real control groups, in real, healthy environments, without the negative influence of the cell-phone industry (such as the publication of the fictional scientific results, disregarding the danger of the radiation, censorship of inconvenient research results), should be considered and added to this project as No. 1 source (reference study) or at least should be included in the WHO’s database.

http://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.html Corruption in WHO

http://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.htmlRussian scientists conducted more than 1500 epidemiological and human

laboratory studies during the Soviet Union era which are not even in the WHO data-base (IEEE Study Database or EMF

Studies Database). Today, special

industries dismiss Russian results in RF (radiofrequencies) research as nonsense science.

http://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.htm Corruption in WHO

Prof. **** Swerdlow chaired HPA’s review panel on safety of wireless technologies even though he and his wife are shareholders of multi telecom companies!

http://www.safeinschool.org/2013/04/conflict-of-interest-influences-emf.html

Conflict of Interest in U.K.’s
own Health Protection Agency
1958 – Compare USA and USSR
“Safe Exposure Levels”

USA’s limit of 10 mW/cm² applied to workers for just 30 minutes exposure!

One thousand times lower/safer, USSR’s limit of 0.01 mW/cm² (or 10 µW/cm² ) applied to continuous exposure for an eight hour day!

USSR workers could be exposed to levels as high as 1mW/cm² for 15-20 minutes provided suitable measures were taken.”

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 63 1967 – Pulsed microwave

more dangerous than
continuous wave (CW)

So says **** Pollack, M.D., on behalf of the Institute for Defense Analysis Research and Engineering Support Div.

http://www.magdahavas.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Pollack_19671.pdf Researched 2300 studies listing all illnesses resulting from thermal and non thermal effects of Radio / Microwave Frequency radiation.

Paid particular attention to the effects on man of non-ionizing radiation.

Zorach R. Glaser, Ph.D. LT, MSC, USNR Research 'http://www.magdahavas.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Navy_Radiowave_Brief.pdf 1971 – U.S. Naval Medical

Research Institute
1971 – Warning to U.S. **** House

The U.S. President’s own Management Advisory Council warned: “power levels in and around American cities, airports ..… and homes may already be biologically significant.” The population at risk “may well be the entire population.” The consequences of undervaluing or misjudging the biological effects of long-term, low-level exposure could become a critical problem for the public health, especially if genetic effects are involved.

The Zapping of America, **** Brodeur (1977) pp. 228 1973 – Microwave Radiation –

A Potential Threat to Health

Research by NRC (National Research Council) Canada and Queen’s University produced concerns for the long term, low-intensity non-thermal microwave radiation that will result from uncontrolled proliferation of MW devices.

http://www.emf-risks.com/2013/09/1973-report-researching-effects-of.html

http://www.emf-risks.com/2013/09/1973-report-researching-effects-of.html1973 - Radiowave Sickness or

Microwave Sickness or

Electro-Hypersensitivity or “EHS”

Excerpts of reports from the Warsaw Conference of 1973 documented the

diagnosis of such a disease in other countries.

Yet Health Canada and its Western Alliance partners say there is no such thing!

The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck pp 221 Warned its own personnel of the risks from low level EMR including:

microwave sickness (flu-like
symptoms, depression, suicidal

tendencies) to cancers and leukemia www.wirelesswatchblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2001/11/20...

1975 – U.S. Defense Intelligence
Agency
1976 - Sworn to Silence
About non-thermal EMR

U.S. Government advised its western allies not to talk about non-thermal effects of microwave radiation. If it did not heat the body, they were not to talk about it.

Ref. **** Trower

**** agencies believe there is sufficient evidence of harmful non-thermal effects to humans, they recommend that

PRECAUTIONARY measures be instituted to minimize the risk to workers from unwarranted exposure to RF energy”

www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/80-107/ 1979 – NIOSH & OSHA Warning

(National Institute Occupational Safety & Health, and Occupational Safety Health Agency)

1982 – New **** Supreme ****
Rules on “Microwave or
Radiowave Sickness”

The court ruled Dr. Milton Zaret provided the board with ample evidence of the existence of the disease which, today, is known as Electro-hypersensitivity or “EHS.” The Microwave Debate, **** H. Steneck, pp 221 Following the 1986 Chernobyl incident it was found that long-term, continuous, low-level radiation of all types was as dangerous as high level doses of

radiation!

http://www.planningsanity.co.uk/reports/trower.htm 1986 - Understanding

Microwave Radiation
1990 – U.S. EPA
Environmental Protection Agency

EPA’S “Draft” report recommended EMR be classified 2B “Possible” carcinogen. 33 of 35 international research studies conclusively linked EMR to brain tumors, leukemia & other forms of cancer, etc., but ****. H.W.

Bush’s **** House quashed recommendation due to pressure from US Military, Telecom/wireless Industries.

 EPA was forbidden to research EMR further.

 1996 – US Telecommunications Act  1996 - EPA had funding cut drastically!

 1996 - EMR was re-assigned to the FCC!

“Electromagnetic Radiation," **** Wadsworth The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection claims to be an independent scientific organization responsible for providing guidance and advice on the health hazards of non-ionizing radiation exposure, yet considers only the THERMAL effects of EMR as harmful.

“If the radiation does not heat the skin, it can’t be harmful! “

1992 – ICNIRP was born
1993 - U.S. FDA
Food & Drug Administration

Data “Strongly Suggest” microwaves can promote cancer. FDA biologists

concluded that the available data
“strongly suggest” that M/W can

“accelerate the development of cancer.” (obtained by Microwave News under the Freedom of Information Act.) http://microwavenews.com/news/backissues/j-f03issue.pdf

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2011/may/18/citylights2-cell-phone-tower/?page=1&

1995 – CORRUPTION

EPA’s own research caused them concern about EMR/F – wanted to establish

guidelines to protect the public, but the U.S. Senate Committee on

Appropriations stated: “… EPA should not engage in [electromagnetic field] activities!”

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2011/may/18/citylights2-cell-phone-tower/?page=2&

Ten-year, USD $250-million
International EMF Project,
lead by Prof. **** Repacholi,

to assess the possible health effects of EMF (electro-magnetic fields) in the

0 to 300 GHz. range.

http://www.who.int/peh-emf/project/EMF_Project/en/index.html W.H.O.

1996 – International EMF Project
1999
U.S. Consumer Affairs
Commission
“Current thermal guidelines

associated with EMR are irrelevant.

“Cancer and Alzheimer’s are
associated with non-thermal EMR
effects.”

http://lifeenergies.com/he-emr/ “Industry is placing its

absolute need to sell products above the health and well-being of its own customers.

The practice of producing such products can only be viewed as predatory.”

http://www.icems.eu/docs/Robert_C_Kane.pdf 2001 - Corruption and Greed

2002 - Conflict of Interest
IARC / WHO

Then IARC Director, Lorenzo Tomatis plus 30 other scientists from around the world went public claiming IARC had let industry get too involved in the decision-making as to what is or is not cancerous - referring to the downgrading of DEHP, which compromises public health, and that scientific papers showing a possible link to cancer had been "ignored or intentionally suppressed.“ http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/pre-2007/files/health/iarc/pagetwo.html 2002 - FCC sets M/W limits >10,000 times HIGHER than levels known to

cause illness! [Remember: FCC are

politically-appointed non-scientists] FCC…. Set public Exposure Limits for M/W radiation at levels at least 10,000 times higher than levels which, according to the EPA, were causing illnesses all over the world!

http://lifeenergies.com/he-emr/ Signed by more than 6,000 doctors.

lists 13 severe chronic illnesses & various disorders involving: behaviour, blood, heart, cancers, tinnitus, migraines, susceptibility to infections and sleeplessness.

All ascribed to pulsed M/W from mobile communications devices.

http://omega/twoday.net/stories/555926/ 2002 - Freiburger Appeal

Toronto's Public Health ****

recommended Health Canada's Safety levels for microwave exposure be lowered by a factor of 100 times!

http://www.opha.on.ca/What%20We%20Do/Position%20Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdf

2003 - Health Canada
is urged to lower
Exposure Limits drastically

http://www.opha.on.ca/What We Do/Position Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdfhttp://www.opha.on.ca/What We Do/Position Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdfThe Ontario Public Health Ass’n urges Health Canada to introduce strict governmental research, quality control and testing of cell phones available in Canada. The recom-mendation by Toronto Public Health to reduce the SC6 exposure limits by a factor of 100 has merit and deserves serious consideration by Health Canada.

http//www.opha.on.ca/What%20We%20Do/Position%20Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdf

2003 – OPHA urges Health Canada
to reduce SC 6 Exposure Limits

http://www.opha.on.ca/What We Do/Position Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdfhttp://www.opha.on.ca/What We Do/Position Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdf“These are sufficient to classify a causal relationship between EMR and breast cancer, with melatonin reduction as the biological mechanism.” Dr **** Cherry http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects EMR causes Breast Cancer

 The **** Prize winning **** Doctors Ass’n listed 70 research papers showing the dangers from low level microwaves.

 Dr. Santini listed 20 similar studies,  The EM. Radiation Research Trust listed 9 studies,

 Dr. **** listed 6 similar studies in his report.

http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects 2005 – Low Level Microwaves

are Dangerous!
2005 – EHS is recognized
by NIOSH in the USA

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health finally recognized Electromagnetic Sensitivity in 2005 – Fifty-five (55) years after the Soviet Union!

****_tribute.pdf – Adobe **** On July 5, 2005, it was published that Dr. **** Repacholi –

Coordinator of the WHO’s Radiation & Environmental Health Unit- receives $150,000 a year (via Royal Adelaide Hospital, S.A.) from the cellular phone industry with additional money for meetings and travels.

(microwavenews.com 5.7.05)
2005 - Corruption in W.H.O.
W.H.O. Funding Summary for
the International EMF Project
(July 2006-June 2007)
INCOME

$249,682 Governments $529,820 Others (i.e. Industry) USD $779,502 TOTAL INCOME”

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Canada's Safety levels for microwave exposure be lowered by a factor of 100X http://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.html 2007 – Health Canada again is

urged to lower Exposure Limits
drastically

http://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.htmlhttp://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.htmlhttp://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.htmlhttp://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.htmlhttp://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.htmlhttp://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.htmlTwenty-five scientists, doctors and public health experts from 5 countries released a 650-page document with

over 2,000 studies linking RF and EMR to cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, DNA damage, immune system dysfunction, cellular damage and tissue reduction.

[Inferred Health Canada’s Exposure Limits were 10,000 times too high!]

Prof. **** F. **** in www.globalresearch.ca/PrintArticle.php?artcleld=31816 http://international-emf-alliance.org/index.php/appeal 2007 – BioInitiative Report

European Environment Agency called on its 27 Member States (500-million people) to:

“protect the public more effectively by taking ‘Appropriate, precautionary and proportionate actions ... to avoid ... serious threats’

ww.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?language=EN&reference=A6-0089/2009#title 2007 – European Parliament

2007 - EMR Suppresses
Melatonin

Produced by the Pineal gland, melatonin is a powerful cancer-fighting hormone produced in the body at night. Sleeping in a room surrounded by our favourite devices – cordless phone, cell phone, digital clock, CD/radio player, computer and TV – can seriously suppress melatonin production.

“Electropollution, Hormones and Cancer” www.nexusmagazine.com Aug-Sept.2007

One of melatonin’s most important

functions is to release estrogen, which suppresses the development of breast cancers - 70% of which are estrogen sensitive. When EMR inhibits the

release of melatonin the activity of one of the body’s most protective

hormones is lost.

Srinivasan V, **** D, et al. “Melatonin, environmental light, and breast cancer”, Breast Cancer Res Treat 2007 May 31; PMID:

17541739.
EMR, Melatonin and Estrogen

2008 – International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS) calls for GLOBAL application of the

“PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE”

and more protection is needed for pregnancy, newborns, children, and elderly people. ICES says world’s Exposure Limits are “inadequate” as only thermal effects are considered.

(Signed by 56 world-class scientists from 16 countries)

http://www.icems.eu/resolution.htm The E.U. Parliament accepts premise of

Bio-Initiative 2007 report concerning EMFs ….. and says today’s EMF

Exposure Limits are obsolete.

http://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.html 2008 – European Parliament

greatly concerned that
Exposure Limits are obsolete

Prof. Yurij Grigoriev, Chairman of RNCNIRP:

“Man conquered the **** Plague, but now he’s created EMF pollution”

The International Doctors’ Appeal (more than 1,000 doctors): “This is the greatest biomedical experiment in human history ever.” Dr. **** O. ****, Two-time **** Nominee said in 2000: “The greatest polluting element in Earth’s environment is the proliferation of EMF.” Non-industry Scientists Say

The 2011 Seletun Scientific Panel: “Global population is at risk. Reduce Exposure Limits 1,000 to 10,000 times.”

Dr. **** Klinghardt: “…exposure to microwave and EMF is significantly harmful to all health and life itself.”

Dr. **** Carlo: “There’s a major health crisis coming, probably already underway … cancers, learning disabilities, ADD, Autism, Alzheimer’s, ****’s, psychological/behavioral problems.” Non-industry Scientists (Cont’d) Dr. **** Hyland, a physicist, twice nominated for the **** Prize in Medicine, says, "Existing safety guidelines for cell phone towers are completely inadequate … Quite justifiably, the public remains skeptical of attempts by governments and industry to reassure them that all is well, particularly given the unethical way in which they often operate symbiotically so as to promote their own vested interests.” http://geopathology-za.wikidot.com/cell-towers Non Industry Scientists (Cont’d)

Non-industry Scientists (Cont’d)
(Cont’d)

“I think it’s becoming the disaster of the 21st century” says Dr. **** Rea, one of the foremost experts on EHS disorder in the U.S., a cardiovascular surgeon who has treated patients for EHS disorder for 40 years

http://kfor.com/2013/07/23/customers-says-oge-smart-meters-making-them-sick/

“Many Canadians are being exposed to dangerous levels of radiation and

concluded that a new biologically based guideline is needed, instead of the dangerous, outdated thermal guidelines!” Authors: B. **** Levitt and **** Lai http://safeschool.ca/Health_Warnings.html 2010 – Published by Canada’s

National Research Council
(NRC) ****

In **** 2010, eminent researchers: Olle Johansson (Sweden), Dr. **** Sasco (France), Dr. Dimitris Panagopoulos (Greece) and Dr.

**** Goldsworthy (U.K.) took part in conference before Canada’s **** of Commons Standing Committee on Health (HESA) outlining the dangers of low level EMR from cell phones, masts and wi-fi with reproductive decreases from cell phone EMR. All were subsequently censured/punished in some way by their employers.

http://www.magdahavas.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Weigel-2011.pdf 2010 - Corruption

Pointing to cell phones and other wireless technologies as potential causes of cancer, and recommended: When credible evidence exists that there may be a hazard, use PRECAUTIONARY approach.

http://willthomasonline.net/how%20to%20defend%20against%20smart%20meters.htm

2010 – President Obama’s
own Cancer Advisory Panel

urges Precautionary Principle for EMF

The Council of Europe and the European Parliament recognize for the first time biological effects of EMF on living plants, animals and human beings. The need now is to protect citizens from EMR, particularly "pregnant women, newborn babies & children.“

http://www.safeinschool.org/2011/05/europes-may-2011-report-calls-for-ban.htmlhttp://www.magdahavas.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Weigel-2011.pdf

2011 - European Parliaments

(47 countries – 800 million People) News release, urged all 47 Governments to reconsider ICNIRP’s Exposure Limits (which are followed by the WHO & Health Canada) “which have serious limitations and apply “as low as reasonably

achievable” (ALARA) principles …

Governments should ‘take all reasonable measures’ to reduce exposure to EMFs http://assembly.coe.int/ASP/_NewsManager/EMB_NewsManagerView.asp?ID=6685 May 27, 2011 - Council of Europe

Urges Break from ICNIRP & WHO
W.H.O.
Classified EMR a
Class 2B Carcinogen
“Possible” Cause of Cancer

http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2011/pdfs/pr208_E.pdf World Health Organization

May 31, 2011

Dr **** Sasco, PhD. who worked 22 years in W.H.O.’s International Agency for Research in Cancer (IARC), including nine as Group ****, then was Unit Chief of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention said: “Despite the voices of industry-funded scientists saying otherwise there is concrete evidence that mobiles/cellphones and wi-fi cause cancer in humans.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JyAlO_UdSk 2012 – “Concrete evidence

EMR causes cancer”
**** Co-laureate Dr Devra ****

has two videos that provide critical information about how all wireless devices (cell phones, cordless phones, wi-fi, cell towers etc.) harm our health.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtd-y2C9lH4&feature=endscreen&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6wLFeIrCtU&feature=related 2012 – All Wireless Devices

are Harmful

Autism --- 600% to about 70-million!

ADD ----- 400%! (increasing 3% yr in US!) Asthma – 300% to about 300-million!

Food Allergies – 400% to >270-million!

Diabetes – 220-million now; rising to 400-million by 2030!

Male Sperm – Average man has lost 53% in past 50 years! **** be “0” in 70 years!

http://wifiinschools.org.uk/resources/safeschools2012.pdf www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=341914 2012 - Alarming Facts

Global increases in past 20 years 2012: The Breast Cancer Risk Nobody Talks About – EMR/EMF

**** Powerline (60 Hz) EMFs and radio / microwave electro-magnetic radiation (EMR) significantly disrupt melatonin, convincingly proving “the negative effect of EMFs on the anti-estrogenic effect of melatonin in breast cancer cells,” **** scientists find.

http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/ http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2012/10/23/the-breast-cancer-risk-that-nobody-talks-about/Adding melatonin to cancer cells in a laboratory dish will cause them to stop growing. Placing the same dish in an electro-magnetic field (EMF) will cause the cells to start growing again!

http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects EMFs and Cancer

While her husband has endorsed the electromagnetic **** Meter, ****

Obama, quietly contacted (Barrie)
**** for information through an

agent in New ****. After all, she has two daughters to protect. The hand that rocks the cradle may, yet again, rule.

http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/pressreleases/2012pressreleases/statisticalyearbookofireland2012/ 2012 - **** Obama

http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/pressreleases/2012pressreleases/statisticalyearbookofireland2012/http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/pressreleases/2012pressreleases/statisticalyearbookofireland2012/Wireless devices such as phones and laptops used by pregnant women may alter brain development of the fetus. This has been linked in both animal and human studies to hyper-activity, learning and behavior problems.

www.BioInitiativeReport.org 2012 - EMR and Pregnant Women

EMR, i.e., Microwave radiation, should be classified a “Human Carcinogen.” Existing FCC, IEEE and ICNIRP [and Health Canada] guidelines … do not protect us!

Recommends Exposure Limit for chronic exposure > 3-6 million times lower/safer than Safety Code 6! (i.e. 0.3-0.6 nW/cm² vs 1000 µW/cm²) Five new cell tower studies report bio-effects from Powerline (60 Hz) ELF at levels 1,000 to 10,000 times lower than current Exposure Limits provide for!

www.bioinitiative.org
BioInitiative 2012 Report
Salzburg Health Department

recommends 0.001 µW/cm² outdoor and 0.0001 for indoor exposure.

Canada’s is 10,000 µW/cm²- 24/7/365 in perpetuity for everyone: 1,000,000 to 10,000,000 times more dangerous!

http://goo.gl/4pzyE 2012 - Compare Austria’s

recommended radiation limits
to Canada’s

“Genetic effects, cancer, cellular/molecular effects, electrophysiology changes, behavioral changes, nervous system impairment, blood-brain barrier permeabil-ity, calcium efflux, cardiovascular changes, hormonal disruption, immune system changes, metabolic changes, fertility impairment and much more.” www.bioinitiative.org 2012 - Effects of Microwave

Radiation

An increase of Down’s syndrome was also found amongst the children of radar operators, and amongst

residents near satellite uplinks in the microwave bands in ****, NJ (radar and satellite also fall within the microwave band).

http://www.emfwise.com/science_details.php Down Syndrome

Radar has also been linked to “internal bleeding, leukemia, cataracts,

headaches, brain tumors, heart

conditions, and liver involvement with jaundice” at certain power densities.

http://www.emfwise.com/science_details.php Effects of Radar

On December 12, 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics sent a letter to the U.S. Federal Communications

Commission (FCC) warning of dangers to children because of current radiation Exposure Limits. New standards are needed!

http://www.saferemr.com/2013/09/cellphones-and-health_9.html

2013 – Children are at Risk!

Dr. **** Blank, two PhDs: Physical Chemistry & Colloid Science says:

“Radio frequency in any form — cell tower radiation, Wi-Fi networks, cell phones etc. — is potentially bad,

especially if one is exposed for extended periods (e.g., asleep in bed at home, seated at a desk in school).” http://radiationrescue.org/advocacy_275.html 2013 - All EMR is Dangerous!

EHS is considered a physical impairment and is recognized as a disability. Local governments grant support to individuals with EHS. Employees with EHS have a right to support from their employers so as to enable them to work despite this

impairment. Some hospitals in Sweden provide rooms with low EMF exposure.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/87308119/Guideline-of-the-Austrian-Medical-Association-for-the-diagnosis-and-treatment-of-EMF-related-health-problems-and-illnesses-EMF-syndrome

2013 - EHS in Sweden

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BIO 2007

2013 – Health Canada scientist,
**** McNamee, admitted in
Quebec Superior **** in Feb. 2013
that for frequencies between

100 kHz and 300 GHz Safety Code 6 is based only on HEATING!

http://www.magdahavas.com/health-canada-admits-safety-code-6-guideline-for-microwave-radiation-is-based-only-on-thermal-effects/ Failings of Provincial Chief

Medical Officers

Given that Safety Code 6 applies to “all individuals working at, or visiting, federally regulated sites ….” it therefore DOES NOT necessarily apply to provincial

jurisdictions. Consequently, provincial CMO’s who blindly adopt Safety Code 6 are derelict in their duty to protect the health and well-fare of their constituents!

http://www.safeschool.ca/Warning_to_MOH.html **** America: 1 in 88 is Autistic;

China: No official numbers exist, but estimate 10-million children are Autistic, and 1 in 88 of general population.

http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article1285628-the-autism-project-in-china-private-school-for-autistic-children-provides.hope Autism: 1 in 88

in China & **** America
Birds – Bees – Butterflies
Over Last 25 years

Butterflies – 5 species now extinct in U.K.;

Arctic Migratory Birds - 109 species have shrunk in No.’s.;

Australian **** Birds - 36 species have shrunk by 75%;

Butterflies (world) - 10% face extinction;

British Butterflies - 50% face extinction;

Bees – up to 75% fewer;

Asian Migratory Birds - 62% threatened;

Australian Wading Birds - 80% of them declined;

British Bees – half of species have declined by <70%;

U.S. Bees – No. of species decreased in size by <98%;

Birds – 190 different species face imminent extinction Birds – 1 in 8 of world’s species under threat www.mastsanity.org/ “…. pregnant women are at risk of

miscarriage if they are subjected to high intensity EMFs during pregnancy.

Miscarriage is an extreme (and tragic) response to a high level of EM radiation exposure. Lesser EMF levels may still damage the foetus while not causing an actual miscarriage.”

http://www.emwatch.com/Risk.htm Pregnant Women - EMR

Soviets have issued an international warning on the health hazards (both biological and environmental) of M/W ovens and similar frequency electronic devices (i.e. 2.4 GHz)

Health Effects of Microwave Radiation - Microwave Ovens by **** Lee, Ph. D.

M/W Ovens are Dangerous!

What about the lawsuit in 1991 involving a woman who died after being given a transfusion of blood warmed in a

microwave oven?

It is routine to warm blood for a transfusion, but not in a microwave. The blood in this case was changed into a toxic chemical.

www.guidetobodycleansing.com/microwaveovendanger.html More about M/W Ovens !

http://www.guidetobodycleansing.com/microwaveovendanger.htmlhttp://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_industryweapons207.htm Water heated in M/W oven kills plant **** grade 9 students’ 12-day

cress seeds and Wi-Fi experiment

shielded from Wi-Fi router radiation exposed to Wi-Fi router radiation

**** grade 9 students’ 12-day
cress seeds and Wi-Fi experiment

The effects of radiation are cumulative, in both senses: 1) The meters add to the cumulative radiation as sources proliferate, and 2) micro- wave radiation is cumulative in sense of increasing the body’s sensitivity over time.

Research shows that test subjects don’t always recover completely and that subsequent exposures can cause effects at lower levels.

http://www.goodhealthinfor.net/radiation/health_efx_western.htm Effects of Radiation are

Cumulative

A body of more than 6,000 studies has been accumulated since the 1930s

producing an overwhelming conclusion that exposure to microwave and

electromagnetic fields is significantly harmful to all life and health itself.

www. KlinghardtAcademy.com
Evidence that EMR and EMF
are harmful to all life forms

In a mere six years half of us will become electromagnetically sensitive. A prediction by Salzburg’s Dr. Gerd Oberfeld who addressed the **** Doctors Environmental Association (IDEA) **** 9, parallels the prediction by the Royal College of Physicians last year which predicted that half the **** population will have “some form of cancer” by the year 2025!

www.bemri.org/component/docman/doc_download/370-world-e...

Terrifying Prediction
By Royal College of Physicians,
****

Wi-Max Towers - 50 Km Cell Towers - < 40 km Spacing: 2-3 **** (suburbs) ¼-1/2 miles apart (hi-density) Cell Phones - < 5 Km Cordless Phones – < 900 feet Wi-Fi Routers: 802.11(a) 50’, (b) 150’, (g) 150’ or (n) 1450’ Baby Monitors: > 2000 feet!

BlueTooth - <10 meters **** Meters: 1) LAN < 3 Km;

2) ZigBee: < 246 feet Transmitter Distances

Radar **** Guns and
Brain Cancers in Baseball

A shocking number of MLB pitchers get frontal brain tumors - a coincidence?

A shocking number of MLB catchers and umpires get tumors at the back of their heads – a coincidence?

Historically, radar speed guns have emitted pulsed microwave radiation on 2.4 GHz – the same frequency as microwave ovens!

http://thefullertoninformer.com/the-untimely-death-of-gary-carter-and- what-we-can-learn-from-what-happened-to-the-kid/ Lloyds and Swiss Re, have

recommended to other insurance
companies to write in exclusion
clauses against paying
compensation for illnesses caused
by continuous long-term low level
radiation.

http://www.planningsanity.co.uk/reports/trower.htm INSURANCE

http://www.planningsanity.co.uk/reports/trower.htmThe Cellular Communication industry generates billions in profit and in revenue for governments. It is linked to retirement funds, media, banking giants,

entertainment industries, the educational market, the music industry and medicine.

http://www.francesfox.com/enwhat-read-harmful-effects-cell-towers-cell-phones/

$Billions in Profit for the
Government
2014 – 700 MHz Auction

Industry Canada reaped $5.3 Billion by auctioning off a portion of 700 MHz band (frequencies which penetrate deep into underground parking garages, elevator shafts etc.) to telecom companies. In 2015 they’ll auction off portions of 2.5 GHz band for more billions. How can Industry Canada possibly be concerned about the public when it makes so much money from Industry?

Clearly, the public comes 2nd.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/vid%C3%A9otron-wins-wireless-licences-outside-quebec-in-700mhz-auction-1.2543036 EMR - The Nuremberg Code

In essence, says: a person being experiment-ed upon must first:

• give their consent - free from force, fraud, deceit, duress or coercion;

• have sufficient knowledge of what is happening; and

• know the possible effects upon one’s health.

It is the responsibility of the electric utility to ensure the public are fully aware of and under-stand what is happening to them and what, if any, risks to their health might be involved.

EMR is GENOCIDE

“This industry and those parts of governments which are encouraging them will be responsible for killing more people than all those killed in the entire 2nd World War! This will be the worst genocide this planet has ever known – not just people, but plants and animals. The U.K, U.S., Canadian and Australian governments are lying to the public to protect themselves against lawsuits and to make money for industry!”

**** Trower. www.ICAAT.org Cell

Phones
Cell Phones
and Cancer
Cell Phone Radiation
Penetration of a Human ****
Cell Phones
 Billion in world (2012)

 Scientists have now studied EMR for 40 yrs.

 Know latency period is 10 – 30 yrs.

 Brain cancers increased 50% in 10 yr period 1999-2009!

 Blackberry advises users: keep phone 0.98” from head …. Or any part of body!

 Apple advises users: keep phone 5/8” from head … or any part of body!

 Motorola advises users; Keep phone 1” from body and don’t point phone at any part of body!

 Don’t use cell phone inside vehicles - more radiation!

 Child’s head absorbs 5X more radiation than an adult’s.

The telecom industry’s own six-year, $25 million study to prove cell phones are safe - proved just the opposite:

1) Federal microwave exposure standards are dangerously high!

2) Cell damage and tumors can be easily induced in the lab at about one-third of the FCC's exposure guidelines!

http://www.leaflady.org/ElectroSmog.htm http://www.dirtyelectricity.ca/autism_and_emf.htm 1993 – Industry’s own studies prove cell phones are dangerous!

Separate studies at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami ****, FL, and the **** Clinic in Rochester, MN, conclude that cellular phones can interfere with cardiac pacemakers MICROWAVE NEWS May/June 2000 1995 – Cell Phones and

Cardiac Pacemakers

This is the first generation ever, in the entire history of humankind, which holds a powerful microwave transmitter up to its head, on a regular basis, hour after hour, day after day. Excessive telephoning on mobiles is going to have serious consequences. In the course of the next few years, health problems could arise, especially leukemia and brain tumors.

Prof. Dr. W.Ross Adey, Scientist with Loma **** University 1997 - Cell Phone Warning

2003 – Industry should prove the
harmlessness of their technology

Prof. Dr. ****-Heinz **** says just one millionth of a watt (0.000001 W

or 0.001 mW or 1 uW) could already be sufficient to kill off one human brain cell!

Prof. Dr. ****-Heinz ****, physicist at ****-Westphalian Technical College in Soest and **** of the Institute of Science and Technology Transfer.

www.electrosmognews.de/news/profmueller.htm UK Education Secretary **** Blunkett bans cell phones from all schools in England and ****, saying mobile

phones should only be used by pupils under 16 in EMERGENCIES.

The Sun, UK **** Sunday, November 16, 2003 2003 - U.K. Gov’t Bans Cell

Phones in All Schools -

2004 - Bluetooth wireless headsets:

DANGEROUS!

… even more than regular wireless headsets because the wire is replaced with a transmitter and receiver operating on 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz. The power of wireless headsets rivals that of microwave ovens, which also operate on 2.4 GHz!

Cellular Radiation: Is this our next Titanic? by Dr. **** R. **** & Ora **** **** (2004)

2004 – Radio Frequencies are
Dangerous!

There are well over 10,000 scientific reports from many countries around the world, many of them dating back to the 1950’s, verifying that high frequency energy shoots straight into the brain, is absorbed by the brain cells, heats them up and damages the DNA.

www.mercola.com

U.S Senate Committee Confirms Dangers of Cell Phones, http://emf//mercola.com/sites/emf/archive/2010/01/21/US-Senate-Committee-Confirms-Dangers-of-Cell-Phones.asps These people: **** Gautier, PhD, **** Santini, PhD, **** Le Ruz, PhD, and **** Oberhausen, PhD are the best ****

independant experts on EMF & health. They published a "white book" last year on mobile phone health risks, which caused quite a stir.

http://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.htm 2005 – **** Scientists

Forbidden to Speak about EMF

http://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.htmhttp://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.htm2005 - Corruption in W.H.O.

On July 5, 2005, it was published that Dr. **** Repacholi,

Coordinator of the WHO’s Radiation & Environmental Health Unit, receives $150,000 a year (via Royal Adelaide Hospital, S.A.) from the cellular phone industry with additional money for meetings and travels.

(microwavenews.com 5.7.05)

“There is also a higher incidence of cardiac problems,” states Dr. ****. “It has now been shown in many studies that mobile phone users get more heart attacks and more heart disease.” https://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/electro-magnetic-energy-pollution

Cell Phones – **** Problems
2006 - Cell Phones Affect
Sperm Count

http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects 2007 - Cordless (D.E.C.T.) Phones

2.4 GHz radiate <200 Meters
Increased risk of brain tumor

(high grade malignant glioma) when used mostly on only one side of head is

470%!

(BioInitiative Working Group **** 2007) “A worse frequency could not have been chosen for the human anatomy.” Researcher Carolanne **** has found that “the brain reaches peak absorption in the UHF bands (300 MHz-3,000 MHz), right where mobile phones operate.”

**** Levitt states in his book: Electromagnetic Fields

Today’s Frequencies are
Dangerous to Humans!

Cell Phones “expose users to levels of radiation that are much higher than the levels allowed for microwave ovens, and that radiation is focused directly into the brain of each and every user.”

www.amazon.com/Cellular-Telephone-Russian-Roulette-Robe...

2008 – “Cell Phones – Russian
Roulette” by **** C. ****

Studies indicates that almost one-third of world’s population (about two billion) will suffer from ear, eye and brain cancer, and other major body disorders like heart ailments, impotency, migraines, epilepsy.

http://emrstop.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=151:2-billion-may-suffer-from-cell-phone-cancer-by-2020&catid=6:emfemr-information&Itemid=36.

2008 – Two Billion May Suffer
From Cell Phone Cancer by 2020
Karnataka State, ****
Bans cell phones
in all schools and
pre-university colleges!

http://www.hindu.com/2009/09/14/stories/2009091454460500.htm 2009 – **** Bans Cell Phones

**** government made > 100 Billion DM (German ****) selling UMTS (3G) cell phone licenses to telecom companies, who need to recover their investment and make profits. Successful nationwide lawsuits would interfere with this;

hence, government and Industry set high Exposure Limits which can't be justified medically. In case of doubt a justice committed to corporate interests is appointed.

http://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdf 2009 - Corruption

Governments and Industry

http://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfhttp://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfhttp://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfhttp://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfhttp://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfhttp://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfhttp://microondes.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/schoendorf_njw_interview_02_2009-en.pdfCell Phone – Russian Roulette!

A cell phone, held against your head in the normal operating position, will provide a power density of radiofrequency radiation about 2 billion times greater than occurs naturally in the environment!

http://www.icems.eu/docs/Robert_C_Kane.pdf “ ….there is no doubt: the Microwave Syndrome is not only the biggest experiment in the history of Mankind, but also, it is one of the biggest epidemics recorded in Medicine (after the **** Death, influenza, malaria, AIDS, etc) …As long as the cell phone industry owns the World Health

Organization, the crime will proceed.” Dr. **** Sosa, M.D., Colombia, S. America.

http://www.electrosensitivesociety.com/2010/06/01/the-dr-carlos-sosa-m-d-story/ 2010 - Cell Phone Industry Owns W.H.O.

2011 – Council of Europe Notes
“Conflict of Interest”

33% of studies funded by industry find cell phones harmful to humans.

Over 80% of studies NOT funded by industry find cell phones harmful to humans.

This is a “manifestly unacceptable situation pointing to CONFLICTS OF INTEREST which undermine the integrity, the genuine independence and the objectivity of scientific research.” http://www.assembly.coe.int/Documents/WorkingDocs/Doc11/EDOC12608.pdf 2012 – Conflict of interest?

Dr. **** Lai, a University of Washington scientist in cellular and molecular engineering, who reviewed 85 papers on the DNA-damaging effects of the type of EMR from cell phones found:

 75% of studies funded by the wireless industry or the military showed no genotoxic effects,  80% of studies done by independent scientists showed harmful effects.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/12/20/cell-phone-research-deception.aspx The levels of RFR needed to affect the blood-brain-barrier have been shown to be as low as 0.001 W/kg, or less than holding a mobile phone at arm’s length. The US FCC standard is 1.6 W/kg; the ICNIRP standard is 2 W/kg of energy (SAR) into brain tissue from cell/cordless phone use. Thus, BBB effects occur at about 1000 times lower RFR exposure levels than the US and ICNIRP limits allow.

www.bioinitiativereport.org 2012 - Fragility of Human Brain

Brain tumors increased 50% in the UK between 1999 and 2009; brain cancers in children have increased 1-2% annually. Also, in 2012, the **** Cancer Society reported a doubling in aggressive brain cancer in men over the last 10 years. That is in addition to an epidemic of autism, ADHD and Alzheimer’s.

http://smartmeterharm.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/1-smart-meter-problems-dec-2012-final.pdf 2012 - Brain Cancers and Other

Central Nervous System Disorders
Italy’s Supreme **** sides with a

businessman who developed a tumor after using a cell phone for 12 years. This is the first time that a High **** —in any country— has ruled in favor of a link between mobile phone radiation and tumor development!

www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/10/italian-supr...

2012 - Italian Supreme ****
Links Tumor to Cell Phone Use
2012 - Russia Warns
Pregnant women:

Avoid using mobile phones entirely … Also children under 18. Austria, China, Germany, ****, U.K., ****, Finland, Belgium, ****, Spain, Sweden & Toronto have issued health warnings for children: “use cell phones in emergencies only –

but only on speaker phone”

Prof. Yury Grigoriev, Chairman of Russian National Committee on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection (NIRP) “Children whose mothers used cell phones during pregnancy had:

25% more emotional problems,
35% more hyperactivity,
49% more conduct problems and
34% more peer problems.”
www.bioinitiativereport.org
2012 - Cell Phones and
Pregnant Moms
Cell Phones are Dangerous!

Men who carry cell phones in their front pockets run the risk of sterility, impotence, and even testicular

cancer, and women who keep

mobile phones in their pockets risk the same problems with their

ovaries.

http://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/electro-magnetic-energy-pollution

2012 – Dr. **** Repacholi

a man with no conscience, said:

“…… certainly, from the health viewpoint there is no concern that we’ve seen thus far that parents need to be worried about children’s use of mobile phones.” http://www.gsma.com/publicpolicy/repacholi-interviews-03 On December 12, 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics sent a letter to the U.S. Federal Communications

Commission (FCC) warning of dangers to children because of current radiation Exposure Limits. New standards are needed

http://www.saferemr.com/2013/09/cellphones-and-health_9.html

2013 – Children are at Risk!

In the 1970′s, before widespread use of cell phones, autism was a comparatively rare health issue. Today, it is so prevalent that the Centers for Disease Control call it a “national health crisis.”

http://emfsafetynetwork.org/ 2013 – Autism and Cell Phones

2013 - Nine Types of Cancers

Linked to Cell Phone Use ******@***.com

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https://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/electro-magnetic-energy-pollution Cell Phone on Stand-by can cook

a chicken in 3 days!

http://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/electro-magnetic-energy-pollutionhttp://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/electro-magnetic-energy-pollutionhttp://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/electro-magnetic-energy-pollutionSwedish review strengthens grounds for concluding that radiation from cellular and cordless phones is a probable human carcinogen.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23664410 May 2013 – Cell and Cordless Phones PROBABLY cause cancer!

The Health Industry Manufacturers Ass’n recommends a minimum separation of 15 cm (6 inches) be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.

http://manuals.info.apple.com/MANUALS/1000/MA1571/en_US/ipad_2_att_important_product_info.pdf 2013 – **** Pacemakers and

Cell Phones

Telus (telephone company) withdrew its proposal to build a 35-metre cellphone tower in **** Bay, B.C. following

Nanaimo council’s 8-1 vote opposing it citing health, environmental and visual impact concerns from residents.

http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/telus-hangs-up-on-cellphone-tower-1.867679#sthash.F0Xhv7zP.dpuf 2014 - People ****

Cell Phone
Towers/Masts

•Because of the constant pulsed radio frequency radiation, which has been shown in thousands of studies to cause biological damage to the body and is a precursor to diseases (besides cancer) such as:

• Genetic mutations • Memory disruptions • Hindered learning • ADD • Insomnia • Brain disorders • Hormonal imbalances • Infertility • Dementia • **** complications http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2013/06/24/new-study-links-over-7-000-cancer-deaths-to-cell-phone-tower-radiation-exposures/ Why are cell towers so dangerous?

1995 - Dr. **** Repacholi

W.H.O. Employee & “Primary Expert” Promoted BellSouth’s proposed new GSM cell site in New Zealand, but the N.Z. Environment **** rejected his position that “there was no evidence of adverse effects below the international guidelines …. because the only effect of RF/MW was tissue heating.” Dr. Repacholi’s own research proved this was not true, said Dr. **** Cherry !

www.land-sbg.gv.at/celltower 1996 - CORRUPTION

Congress passed the Telecommunications Act of 1996 which made it illegal for any community to consider health or environment in regulating cell towers.

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2011/may/18/citylights2-cell-phone-tower/?page=2&

Toronto’s Board of Health gave their support to a Prudent Avoidance policy, which recommended that the levels of radio frequency radiation from cell phone towers in the City of Toronto be kept 100 times below Safety Code 6 guidelines.

Havas, Recommendations, TPH, Prudent Avoidance RFR, Nov 4, 2013 1999 – Toronto Adopts a

“Prudent Avoidance” Policy

The Salzburg Resolution, adopted in 2000 at the International Conference on Cell Tower Siting, would prohibit any cell site from emanating more than .1 mW/cm2 - 10,000 times more strict than the current U.S. standard. This limit takes into account the growing evidence for non-thermal RF bio-effects.

signed by 19 of 23 speakers, including Dr. **** Blackman of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

2000 – Cell Towers
Reduce Radiation 10,000 times!
People living in 5 of the 7 homes

surrounding Forest **** in Carnarvon Road, **** Woodford, which has 16

masts on its roof, have contracted cancer.

http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects 2002 - Cell Towers and Cancer

Telecom giant Orange has suspended operations at a school phone mast site in **** after eight cases of cancer were confirmed among children in the district.

http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects 2003 – Telecom Company Stops

Operations at School
Following 8 Cancers
2004 - TETRA Cell Phone Tower

One morning in a British primary school, 11 children in various classrooms suddenly and simultaneously developed nose bleeds and nausea for no apparent reason. One child collapsed and was rushed to hospital. Cause?

**** later it was found that a TETRA transmitter mast, which had been installed in the village some months earlier – located 75m/210 feet from the school – had been switched on for the first time on that very same disastrous morning!

Cellular Radiation by Dr. **** R. **** & Ora **** Murphy, pp 46/47 2006 – Cell Towers

7 Develop Brain Tumors
Greece prohibits cell phone
towers and HV powerlines within
500 meters of schools.
(World News 24/10/2006)
http://www.savedereel.com/2008
2006 – Cell Towers and
HV **** Lines

“Around the world cancer clusters and other illnesses have been reported in the vicinity of cell towers and on top floors of buildings that have antennas on their roofs, e.g., hospitals and universities.

In 2007, a cancer cluster in a hospital in **** was found with 10 people on the top floor contracting cancers.

http://www.yshield.com.au/yshield.downloads/joining-the-dots-executive-summary.pdf

2007 - Cell Phone Towers & Cancer

http://www.yshield.com.au/yshield-downloads/Joining-the-dots-executive-summary.pdfThe Sunday Times reported that seven clusters of cancer and other serious illnesses have been discovered around mobile phone towers in the UK, raising concerns over the technology’s potential impact on health there.

http://www.ecolibria.com.au/Resources/electromagnetic-radiation-emr-and-potential-adverse-health-affects 2007 – Cell Towers and

Cancer Clusters
.
2008 – 1 Cell Tower
8 Brain Cancers

San **** State University. All 8 cancer victims worked in or near the 3-story building on which a cell tower was mounted.

Another professor who worked in the building is said to be suffering from another kind of brain cancer.

http://healthjournalism.org/blog/tag/brain-cancer/ Cell Tower Radiation

and Down Syndrome

****, New Jersey (pop. 25,000) ranks 5th in the USA in terms of the number of microwave transmitters it has. The town’s incidence of Down’s syndrome is nearly 1,000 per cent (1,000%) above the national average!

“Cross Currents” by Dr. **** O. ****, pp 199 (Dr. **** is a two-time **** Nominee) City Council’s new “PA” policy urges telecom companies installing new cell towers in the city to keep radiation levels 100 times below Health Canada’s

Safety Code 6.

http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/torontos-cell-tower- radiation-guideline-to-stay/86625#ixzz2kb5ulnJz 2008 – Toronto adopts “Prudent

Avoidance” re. Cell Towers

http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/torontos-cell-tower-radiation-guideline-to-stay/86625http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/torontos-cell-tower-radiation-guideline-to-stay/866252009 – 1 Cell Tower

43 Cancer Victims

www.scribd.com/doc/23242188/Malaga-43-Cancer-Cases-Amon...

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7 residents struck down by cancer. Three died;

another 4 have battled the disease since masts were erected on roof.

Known as the Tower of Doom, the cancer rate on the top floor is 20%, 10 times national average!

http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/home/Frontpage/2008/02/01/02182.html 2012 – Two Cell Towers

7 Cases of Cancer

City council calls for public consultation before telecom companies can build cell towers less than 15 metres in height within 30 metres of a residence.

http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308#ixzz2kb2BuTep

2013 – Saskatoon calls for dialogue before Cell Towers are erected

http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/tighter-cell-tower-rules-come-to-saskatoon/47308**** Horizonte, Brazil.

80% of victims lived < 1/3 mile from a cell tower.

People died from cancers of prostate, breasts, lungs, kidneys, liver.

Studies in San **** and cities in Austria, Germany & **** dating back to 1970 shared similar findings.

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2013/06/24/new-study-links-over-7-000-cancer-deaths-to-cell-phone-tower-radiation-exposures/ http://www.naturalnews.com/040905_cell_phone_towers_radiation_ca06/2013 – >7,000 cancer deaths

linked to Cell Tower Radiation

Toronto’s Board of Health reaffirms City’s Prudent Avoidance policy re. cell phone tower radiation levels (100 times lower than Health Canada’s Safety Code 6) despite recommendation of city’s current Medical Health **** to drop it!

http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/torontos-cell-tower-radiation-guideline-to-stay/8662#ixzz2kb9md6kL 2013 – Toronto Reaffirms “Prudent

Avoidance” Policy - Cell Towers
Cell Phone Towers and **** Prices

Cell phone towers also have a terrifying impact on prospective house purchasers or tenants. It is now known that cell phone masts can reduce the sales price of real estate by 40 - 60% (if it can be sold at all) and result in rent reductions of

10 - 20%!

http://www.ntz.de/kommunen/koengen/aktuelles/index.php!1_action=einzel&id=3244

Wi-Fi
Is Wi-Fi in School Safe?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v75sKAUFdc Is a “global non-profit organization with the goal of driving adoption of high-speed wireless local area networking.” It consists of 500 companies and is sponsored by T-mobile, **** Instruments, ****, Samsung, Qualcomm, Nokia, Motorola, Microsoft, LG, Intel, Huawei, Dell, Comcast, Cisco, Broadcom, and Apple.

http;//www.magdahavas.com/subversion-of-science-royal-society-of-canada-panel-with-conflict-of-interest-to-review-safety-code-6/

1999 - The Wi-Fi Alliance
2000 – Telco’s own studies show
RF radiation leads to cancers

In 2000, European telecom giant T-Mobile commissioned the **** ECOLOG Institute to review all available scientific evidence in regard to health risks for wireless telecommunications: found over 220 peer-reviewed, published papers documenting the cancer-initiating and cancer-promoting effects of the high frequency radiation employed by wireless technology!

http;//www.rense.com/general78/rad.htm Swisscom, the leading telecom provider in Switzerland, reveals the true DANGER of Wi-Fi in a patent application. It devised a way to reduce the microwave radiation from Wi-Fi LANs In its patent application, Swisscom clearly states the elevated risk of cancer and genetic damage from the constant low level microwave/RF exposure from Wi-Fi.

http://www.safeschool.ca/Swisscom__WiFi_Harms.html 2003 - Swisscom admits the danger but does nothing about it!

2007 – Industry’s Roving
Ambassador

Dr. **** Repacholi, on leaving the W.H.O. became roving ambassador for industry, promoting wireless devices to children and schools.

He’s also Chairman Emeritus of ICNIRP http://inthesenewtimes.com/2011/03/06/repacholi-admits-interference-from-the-industry-at-the-who-emf-project/ In the past 2 years alone Switzerland, ****, Germany, Belgium and England have begun removing Wi-Fi from schools and public libraries …. other countries are pressing to do same. [Yet here in Canada, thanks to CWTA, it is being pushed into schools and public places!]

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34509513/ns/health-cancer/t/electrosmog-harming-our-health/#.UPnBRR2rnTp 2008 – E.U. Countries Dismantling

Wi-Fi in Schools

“The dangers of Wi-Fi come from the fact that it’s always on – pulsing away sending out microwave carrier signals 24 hours a day even if no one is online. The computers don’t even need to be turned on - it’s coming from the schools transmitters situated on the ceilings.” http://www.magdahavas.com/wifi-in-schools-and-health-effects/ 2010 - Wi-Fi in Schools

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Copenhagen Resolution 2010
Int’l Appeal of Würzburg 2010
Dutch Appeal 2009
EMF Resolution 2009
Porto Alegre Resolution 2009
European Parliament
**** Appeal 2009
**** Resolution 2009
Venice Resolution 2008
**** Appeal 2008
Brussels Appeal 2007

http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/?page_id=128 Doctors/Scientists Call for Moratorium or Stricter Guidelines on All Wi-Fi Devices http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/?page_id=128Committee called for ban of cell phones and Wi-Fi in all schools … immediate action is required to protect children … it’s crucial to avoid repeating mistakes concerning the dangers of asbestos, tobacco and lead. [Yet Canada refuses to heed these 47 countries!]

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/06/02/european-leaders-call-for-ban-of-cell-phones-and-wifi-in-schools.aspx 2011 - Council of Europe

(47 countries – 800 million people) In Ontario’s Simcoe County, children in at least 14 schools have become ill since the schools installed Wi-Fi, beginning in 2006, with symptoms of – speeding heart rate, fatigue, headaches. Two children have “had cardiac arrests” and are on heart medication. “Now every school in Simcoe County has its own defibrillator, as though teenage heart attacks are normal.”

http://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/monitor/jumping-wireless-bandwagon

2011 - Canadians perilously
overexposed to EMR

Ontario’s **** Catholic Teacher’s Assn.

(45,000 teachers) wants to ban new Wi-Fi installations in the province’s 1,400-plus Catholic schools and wants computers in all new schools to be hard-wired.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/story/2012/02/13/toronto-oecta-wifi.html

2012 - Teachers call to BAN
Wi-Fi in Ontario schools.
2012 - Wi-Fi in Schools

“UNICEF’s,” a children’s charity, own research found an 85% increase in central nervous system disorders, a 36 % increase in epilepsy, 11 % in psychiatric problems, 82 % in blood / immune disorders in children and risk to the fetus.“

http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/pressreleases/2012pressreleases/statisticalyearbookofireland2012/ The AAEM (60,000 pediatricians) issued a public warning: Evidence clearly exists that EMR is harmful; don’t use Wi-Fi in schools!

http://aaemonline.org/images/LettertoLAUSD.pdf Oct. 2012 – American Academy of

Pediatricians on Wi-Fi in Schools

Dr **** Sasco, PhD. who worked 22 years in W.H.O.’s International Agency for Research in Cancer (IARC), including nine as Group ****, then was Unit Chief of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention said: “Despite the voices of industry-funded scientists saying otherwise there is concrete evidence that mobiles/cellphones and wi-fi cause cancer in humans.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JyAlO_UdSk 2012 – “Concrete evidence

EMR causes cancer”

If they are so safe, why has **** Bellens, who runs Belgium's largest telecom.

company, banned them from his offices?

ttp://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.html#ixzz2Uzyu8CHh 2013 - Wi-Fi & Cell Phones

http://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/038702_cell_phone_radiation_dangers_Belgium.htmlAdopted a resolution to

ensure

safety from hazardous EMF in schools including emissions from

Wi-Fi technology.
.

http://www.facebook.com/SaferEMR **** 2013 - L.A. Teachers’ Union

http://www.facebook.com/SaferEMR
http://www.facebook.com/SaferEMR
http://www.facebook.com/SaferEMR
So say **** Markov - Research

International, Williamsville, NY, USA and Prof. **** G. Grigoriev - Russian National Committee of Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Moscow, Russia

Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, **** 2013; 32(2): 200–208 2013 - “Wi-Fi Technology is

an Uncontrolled Global Experiment
on the Health of Mankind”

“Items that generate or use electricity, or transmit wireless signals – such as a portable generator, power drill, cell phone (or **** ****) – have electromagnetic fields (EMFs) around them, some of which may affect the normal operation of your heart device.

Electromagnetic compatibility is the relationship between these electromagnetic fields and your heart device.

Medtronic Patient Services at 1 (800) 551-5544, ext. 41835.

2014 - Pacemakers, Defibrillators
and Microwave Radiation

New Samsung LED HDTVs “will now include built-in, internally wired HD cameras, face tracking and speech recognition capabilities, and twin microphones. In the 2012 8000-series plasmas, the cameras and microphones are built directly into the screen bezel. The 7500 – 8000ES-series TV’s, however, will have the cameras permanently attached to the top of the set.”

http://smartmeterharm.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/1-smart-meter-problems-dec-2012-final.pdf

Invasion of Privacy
Powerline
Frequency
(60 Hz)
EM Fields
ELF EMFs cause tubes to glow

http://inhabitat.com/eco-art-fi9eld-of-beams/ http://inhabitat.com/eco-art-field-of-beams/http://inhabitat.com/eco-art-field-of-beams/ Government standards for the allowable “SAFE” output of EMF’s from electrical appliances and equipment. (Measured in milliGauss - mG), at a distance of 30 centimetres or 1 foot from the appliance/equipment):

Russian Safety Standard - 1.5 mG Swedish Safety Standard - 2.5 mG US/Canada/Australian Safety Standard - 1000-5000 mG http://www.zakairan.com/Teslas/EMR&EMF.htm#.UeYLbdKv7To SAFE Levels of EMF – Who is Right?

Studies have shown a 500% increase in the risk of childhood leukemia, lymphomas and brain tumors in children exposed to power lines generating an electromagnetic field of only four milligauss.(12) Most scientists believe we should be exposed to no more than 1 mG http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/scalar_tech/esp_scalartech_cellphonesmicrowave17.htm

**** Line (60 Hz)
Magnetic and Electric Fields
are Dangerous!

Studies showed links to depression and suicides in England, to cancers in children and adults in Colorado. Occupants of houses with radiant electric heating were subject to increased cancer risk. Sweden & U.S.

reported links between cancer in juveniles and proximity to high-voltage power lines, also to Air Force bases.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/FOI3.php 1980s - Electromagnetic Radiation

1988 – Brain Tumors and
Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs)

Workers exposed to 60-Hz fields in electric-power utilities had an incidence of brain tumors 13 times greater than that in a comparable unexposed group.

Dr. **** Speers of the Dept. of Preventative Medicine at the U. of **** Medical Branch, Galveston, In **** Currents by Dr. **** O. ****, pp 207 Pulsed EMFs cause cancer in a study of electric utility workers in Quebec (follow-up, 1970–1988) and **** (follow-up, 1978 –1989): 2,679 cases of cancer were identified.

(Hydro Quebec was furious results were published; stopped further research.) www.researchgate.net/...EM...cancer/.../d912f50aabdf733a7d.pdf

1989 – Pulsed EMF and Cancers

http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/140/9/805.abstracthttp://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/140/9/805.abstract1990 – EPA Says **** Line

EMF is a Probable Carcinogen

A leaked EPA document said it should be classified a “Probable (2A) human carcinogen." **** Farland, then-director of the EPA's Office of Health and Environmental Assessment ordered this conclusion deleted from the report.

http://bizgenerationnetwork.blogspot.ca/2012/07/lynas-cancer-and-you.html "a quadrupling in the risk of brain tumors among children whose mothers slept under electric blankets during the first trimester of pregnancy.“

http://www.think-aboutit.com/energy/pwr_line.htm 1990 – Electric Blankets Cause

Brain Tumors in Children

“Industrial and home sewing machines produce much larger EMFs than other appliances, and people who use sewing machines regularly have the greatest exposure of any occupation--as much as three times that of electric power line and cable workers!”

http://articles.latimes.com/1994-07-31/news/mn-22049_1_occupational-exposure 1994 - Sewing Machines and

Alzheimer’s

1996 – Exposure to High Levels of Magnetic and Electric Fields

Utility workers exposed to high levels of magnetic and electric fields

have 11 times
the expected rate of leukemia.

Dr. **** Miller, University of Toronto.

Microwave News July/August 2001 Dr. **** Repacholi said: “Precautionary policies SHOULD NOT be applied to EMFs!” Recruited only ICNIRP & utility scientists to help write 1st draft of WHO’s “Exposure Limits.” Later had them review the completed draft. Then invited 8 utility reps.

to attend a task group meeting — Media were banned & independent scientists excluded!

http://lifeenergies.com/he-emr/
1996 - Corruption in the W.H.O.

U.S. Federal **** ruled that citizens may not bring suit against electric power companies over electromagnetic radiation emissions!

http://www.think-aboutit.com/energy/pwr_line.htm 1996 – U.S. Federal **** ruled

citizens can’t sue electric utilities over EMR

1998 – U.S. NIEHS

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Classified ELF EMFs
a 2B “Possible” Carcinogen.

(Electrical sub-stations, power lines, house wiring electrical appliances)

http://lifeenergies.com/he-emr/ In his book, **** Currents **** O. ****, MD wrote, “… scientific evidence is absolutely conclusive: 50-60 Hz magnetic fields cause human cancer cells to permanently increase their rate of growth by as much 1,600 per cent and to develop more malignant characteristics!“ http;//www.wirelessimpacts.org/science/becker.html 50-60 Hz Magnetic Fields

Are Dangerous!
(2000)
2001 – WHO’s own IARC says

ELF EMFs are “Possible” carcinogens Twenty-one scientists from 10 countries unanimously find ELF EMFs are a

Class 2B “Possible” carcinogen …

(U. Vic.’s Dr. **** Stuchly remains unconvinced … Dr. ****. ****-Exponent, Dr. **** Repacholi-WHO observer)

(Electrical sub-stations, power lines, house wiring, electrical appliances)

Microwave News July/August 2001

http://www.emfwise.com/powerline.php and www.microwavenews.com

2002 - Corruption

Dr. Neitzke from the ECOLOG Institute proved that the special one of the researches conducted in Australia on the harmlessness of pulsing radiation has been forged (Utteridge, 2002) http://www.iddd.de/umtsno/puzen2.htm 2005 - WHO and Electric Utilities:

A Partnership on EMFs

Assisting Repacholi to determine Environmental Health Criteria for ELF EMFs were Leeka Kheifets & **** Mezei - EPRI; **** Sahl - **** California **** and John **** - National Grid, the U.K. utility. Repacholi sent a draft of the EHC out for review, to: • **** Bailey -Exponent Inc., U.S. • Federation of Electric **** Compan-ies of Japan (FEPC); • **** Jaffa - Pacificorp, U.S.

• **** Plante - Hydro-Quebec, Canada, etc.

http://microwavenews.com/docs/WHOWatch.pdf **** 2005 – ****

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/petitionfaqs.html $$$ matter more to INDUSTRY than concerns about HEALTH The Health Sciences Utility Group, another power industry group that Dr. Repacholi asked to review the EHC draft document, stated: increased costs to industry should take precedence over health

considerations” when they proposed a change in the chapter on protective measures

http://www.next-up.org/pdf/who_conflict.pdf 2006 – Corruption: Money Talks

A clear —and disconcerting— pattern emerges: 32 of the 35 studies that were paid for by the mobile phone industry and the U.S. Air Force show no effect. They make up more than 75% of all the negative studies. You don't need to be a statistician to infer that money, more often than not, secures the desired scientific result.

http://microwavenews.com/RR.html http://microwavenews.com/RR.html

http://microwavenews.com/RR.html
http://microwavenews.com/RR.html
http://microwavenews.com/RR.html
http://microwavenews.com/RR.html
Electropollution Can Directly
Affect Efficiency of the ****

Workers at high voltage power station switchyards had cardiovascular disease including bradycardia, instability of pulse and blood pressure, and tremors.

The Body Electric. **** O. ****. Pp 291 Publicly acknowledged that ELF EMF are a serious threat to health. “More and more people living near HV lines have reported severe symptoms and

even life-threatening diseases.”

http://www.emfnews.org/headset.html 2010 - U.S. E.P.A.

Environmental Protection Agency

Dr Koslov, Director Applied Physics at John **** University recently went public with a link between EM field microwave exposure and Alzheimers disease out of frustration over lack of funding for electromagnetic bioeffects research. National Institute of Mental Health www.geopathic-stress.info/index_files/Page1263.htm 2010 - Alzheimer’s Disease and

Down Syndrome
2012 - Electricity and the Amish

(who shun Electricity), compared to the U.S.

‘national average,’ experience:
ADHD – 0%
Allergies – 7.2%
Alzheimers – 0%

Autism – virtually none (1 in 100,000) Cancers – 56%;

Diabetes – 40%;
Dimentia – very low
Suicides – 50%;

Dr. Sam Milham & www.ageofautism.com/2012/05/dan-olmsted-the-amish-all-over-again.html

Five new studies

report bio-effects from powerline (60 Hz) electro-magnetic fields

(ELF EMFs) at levels 1,000 to 10,000 times lower than current

Exposure Limits provide for!

www.bioinitiative.org BioInitiative 2012 Report

Sufficient epidemiological evidence exists:

EMF (power frequency magnetic fields) can be classified a

Group 1 “Known Carcinogen”
www.bioinitiative.org

2012 - Powerline (60 Hz) Magnetic Fields are a Carcinogen

Female breast cancer has reached epidemic proportions, with 1 in 10 American women developing it and 1 in 4 dying.

Alarmingly, of women who develop the disease, 55% have no known risk factors.

Undeveloped countries fare much better.

http://bizgenerationnetwork.blogspot.ca/2012/07/lynas-cancer-and-you.html 2012 - EMF & Female Breast Cancer Melatonin

Breast cancer patients have <1/10th normal level.

Prostate cancer patients have <1/2 normal level.

Autistic children have <1/2 normal level.

Night-shift workers have <1/2 normal level.

Tamoxifen

EMR/EMF stops TAMOXIFEN from working.

http://lifeenergies.com/he-emr/ ELF/EMF – Melatonin - Tamoxifen

A survey of 67 U.K. households living within 50 yards of high-voltage cables found one case of childhood leukaemia and 11 of other types of cancer. No cases of the disease were found in a similar group of homes well away from the power lines. The homes also reported 18 miscarriages, compared with just one in the control group, as well as higher rates of depression, digestive problems and insomnia.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.html#ixzz2uazn3A8l Don’t Live Near High-Voltage Cables!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451238/Dont-build-schools-homes-near-pylons-warn-experts.htmlWhat links these apparently

disparate EMF health outcomes?
 Childhood leukaemia
 Adult leukaemia
 Adult brain tumours
 ALS (motor neurone
disease)
 Miscarriage &
adverse birth
outcomes
 Depression &
depressive
symptoms
 Alzheimer’s disease
 Breast cancer
They could all be
explained by
Melatonin & circadian
rhythm disruption by
electric & magnetic
fields
www.electric-fields.com
http://www.electric-fields.com/
http://www.electric-fields.com/
http://www.electric-fields.com/
http://www.electric-fields.com/

Buying a house or living in a house with EMF will be an economic disaster. In a few years, when power line radiation is as well known as asbestos and radon, a house near power lines or with high EMF will be practically impossible to sell. Business Week writes that there are over 100 lawsuits regarding power lines and property devaluation.

http://www.concernedcitizensmontana.net/Publish/Appraisal.groupone.pdf Plummeting **** Prices

Due to high ELF and EMF
SMART
METERS

Community-wide Radiation SMART METERS

**** 17 – 2010
“CLEAN ENERGY ACT”
BC Utilities - Chose “WIRELESS”

Japan, *****, Idaho, Tennessee, **** - Chose Fiber Optic Cable

Italy – Chose **** Line ****
•2
HEALTH CANADA

(Tobacco, Asbestos, DDT, Thalidomide, Lead) “Safety Code 6”

are “Guidelines” only, as Canada has NEVER done its own studies – it simply adopted INDUSTRY studies

which protect only against Thermal effects and ignore Non-Thermal/Biological Effects.

The public is never told that it does not apply to the general public but rather, “… the safety limits in this code apply to all individuals working at, or visiting, federally regulated sites ….” and These guidelines may also be adopted by the provinces, industry or other interested parties.” -

http://www.safeschool.ca/Warning_to_MOH.html “Safety Code 6”

http://www.safeschool.ca/Warning_to_MOH.htmlhttp://www.safeschool.ca/Warning_to_MOH.html1974 - Most Lethal M/W Frequencies are used by **** Meters!

“Research conducted at **** Research Institute, C.A., showed that experimental exposure to high levels of M/W radiation well above U.S. and Canadian guidelines killed rats within seconds to a few minutes. Of the 4 frequencies tested, the two most lethal were those inside every **** Meter: 0.95 and 2.45 GHz!”

MagdaHavas.com

In Nov. 2011, the Board of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM), a national organization of medical and osteopathic physicians, called on California’s Public Utilities Commission to issue a moratorium on further installation of **** Meters in residences and schools “based on a scientific assessment of the current available literature.”

http://www.globalresearch.ca/looming-health-crisis-wireless-technology-and-the-toxification-of-america/31816 Nov. 2011 – AAEM calls for

moratorium on **** Meters

http://www.globalresearch.ca/looming-health-crisis-wireless-technology-and-the-toxification-of-america/318162013 - Health Canada still says

2013 - Safety Code 6 Review Member “Dr. John Moulder, Prof. at Medical College of Wisconsin, in Milwaukee, has a lucrative consulting practice on EMFs and health. Over the years, he’s earned hundreds of thousands of dollars disputing the existence of adverse EMF health effects, even those accepted by most other members of the EMF

community...."
http://microwavenews.com/RR.html

http://weepnews.blogspot.ca/2013/04/refugees-of-modern-world-cellphone-free.htmlhttp://weepnews.blogspot.ca/2013/04/refugees-of-modern-world-cellphone-free.htmlhttp://weepnews.blogspot.ca/2013/04/refugees-of-modern-world-cellphone-free.html**** Lead to Time of Use Billing

918 MHz energy constitutes a greater health hazard to the human brain than is 2450 MHz energy for a similar incident power density.

http://www.icems.eu/docs/Robert_C_Kane.pdf **** Meter Frequencies

are more dangerous than the
Microwave Oven Frequency!
**** Meters vs Cell Phones

• Electric Utilities say one can stand next to a **** Meter for 20 years and

receive no more radiation than from a 30 minute cell phone call.

• Dr. **** Hirsch, PhD. U. of C. says: whole body radiation from a **** Meter equates to from 45 to 450 times more than a cell phone - depending on one’s distance from the **** Meter

. mapawatt.com/2012/02/12/are-smart-meters-safe/ **** Meter Radiation Kills Plants

**** Meters vs Cell Phones Electric Utilities say: “On average, a meter transmits customer data 4 to 6 times a day, for a total average of one minute per day.” Pacific Gas & Electric admitted in a California **** of Law that meters pulse on average 14,000 times/day to a max of 190,000/day.

www.emfsafetynetwork.org/?page_id=872 San **** Gas and Electric Company

(SDGE) responded to an Administrative ****’s enquiry that smart meters

installed by SDGE transmit messages on average 1270 times/day and at a

maximum 25,920 times/day.

******@***.com (540) 341-8911 Who is telling the truth?

**** Spring Networks also admitted **** Meters are transmitting continuously 24/7.

Even though they only upload customer data 6 times/day to PG&E, they are continuously ‘chatting’ with each other 24/7 every few seconds in order to authenticate and keep the network synchronized.

http://stopsmartmeters.org/2011/09/15/utility-and-smart-meter-tech-company-executives-get-grilled-by-the-public/

Utility tells the truth

ZIGBEE RADIO – 2.4 GHz controls and talks back and forth to 15-or-so pulsing M/W appliances http://publicintelligence.net/confidential-pge-smartmeter-presentation/ ZigBee and ‘Smart’ appliances

http://www.appliancedesign.com/articles/93524-smart-grid-connecting-in Where Industry Wants to Take Us – via ZigBee

$$$$$$$$$$$$$
$$$$$$$

On February 6, 2013, **** Research announced the results of their latest smart appliances study, which found that they will grow from $613 million in 2012 to $34.9 billion annually in 2020.

www.pikeresearch.com/newsroom/smart-appliance-market-to-reach-nearly-35-billion-annually-by-2020

What Utilties Don’t Tell You

Each **** Meter contains two (2) Transmitters:

1) LAN – range 3 Km
2) ZigBee – range 250’

Meshed-grid communities will comprise:

From 500 to 5,000 homes

Each home having 15-or-so “Smart” appliances Each appliance has its own 2.4 GHz Transmitter Collector **** has 3-8 Transmitters:

1) LAN 2) ZigBee 3) WWAN – 850/1900 MHz How a “Meshed-grid” Works

Community of 500 homes has 500 **** Meters = 1,000 transmitters (i.e., 500 LAN and 500 “ZigBee”) !

15 ‘smart’ appliances per home= 7,500 transceivers – all operating on microwave oven frequency: 2.4 GHz!

All homes will endure many, up to hundreds of relays on every transmission - in BOTH directions!

All 8,500+ Tx/Rx in community emit pulsed M/W radiation – 8,001 on same M/W oven freq. of 2.4 GHz!

Reflected radiation & ‘Hot Spots’

All of the above incalculable amount of EMR is on top of the ambient level of EMR already in your community!

One **** Meter

Can produce RF exposure levels that caused the biological effects found in either most or many of the 67

studies, depending on the distance from the **** Meter

(BioInitiative Report 2012 explained by **** M. Powell, Ph.D.

App. Physics Harvard U. 1975) bioinitiative-2012-report-and-the-im Radiation Distances

The BioInitiative 2012 Report

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(App. Phys. Harvard U. 1975)
http://www.bioinitiative/
http://www.bioinitiative/
“Smart” Appliances

‘Smart’ appliances emit pulsed microwave signals at a power density of 100 mW and utilities envisage 15 appliances in a typical home. None of this 2.4 GHz radiation exists in your home now!

http://www.eeherald.com/section/news/nws201206102.html “Smart” Appliances

A single **** Appliance in the home can produce RF exposure levels that caused the biological effects found in nearly half or fewer of the 67 studies, depending on the distance from the **** Appliance. Multiple **** Appliances in a home multiply the total exposure.

(BioInitiative Report 2012, explained by **** M. Powell, Ph.D.

App. Physics, Harvard U., 1975)
A Neighbor’s **** Meter
A **** Meter on a nearest
neighbor’s home can produce RF
levels that caused the biological
effects found in many of the 67
studies. A given home may have

1 to 8 nearest neighbors, each with a **** Meter, multiplying the total exposure in the given home.

(BioInitiative Report 2012, explained by **** M. Powell, Ph.D.

App. Physics, Harvard U., 1975)

(BioInitiative Report 2012, explained by **** M. Powell, Ph.D. App. Physics, Harvard U., 1975)

Radiation in Your ****

• CBC Survey of Toronto found monthly bills doubled, tripled & even quadrupled;

• >80% customers experienced higher bills!

• Analogue meters cost $50 & last 30-50 yrs • **** Meters cost <$500 & last <8 to 12 yrs • **** Meters have caused countless fires • Electric Utilities refuse to accept financial responsibility for SM-attributed fires.

**** Meters will help keep rates lower … and lower meter reading costs.

Electric Utilities Say:
FACTS:

**** Meters have a Switched Mode **** Supply (SMPS) to convert 110/220V AC to low voltage DC power, which constantly creates powerful spikes of EMF and RF -- “dirty” electricity -- as the meter switches back and forth from AC to DC. This gets on house wiring, couples to water and gas pipes, travels into other buildings, and travels on and radiates from power lines.

http://eon3emfblog.net/?p=2180 Trojan Horse – “SMPS”

Dirty Electricity

http://smartmeterharm.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/1-smart-meter-problems-dec-2012-final.pdf

**** Invasion – Security

CRIMINALS no longer need to stake out a home or a business to monitor the

inhabitants' comings and goings. Now they can simply pick up wireless signals broadcast by the building's utility meters.

“http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21628875.300-wireless-meters-tell-snoopers-when-you-are-not-home.html

2012 – **** Insurance ?
Better Check
**** Smart Meters invalidate your
homeowners insurance?
They are neither UL (Underwriters

Laboratory) tested nor CSA (Canadian Standards Association) approved.

http://beforeitsnews.com/energy/2012/03/smart-meters-can-invalidate-your-homeowners-insurance-1839410.html 2012 - Health Experts from 20 Countries Caution About **** Meter Risks

54 experts (including Yury Grigoriev, Chair of the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) say children may particularly be at risk of developing EHS or diseases such as cancer from overexposure to radio frequency M/W emitted by smart meters and other wireless devices.

http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1041159/health-experts-from-20-countries-caution-about-smart-meter-risks

2012 – AAEM (60,000 pediatricians) oppose **** Meters

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine opposes wireless “smart meters” in homes and schools. Chronic exposure to EMR is a preventable environmental hazard that is sufficiently well documented to warrant immediate preventative public health action.

http://wifiinschools.org.uk/resources/safeschools2012.pdf Dr. Eilhu ****, M.D., an associate professor at Hebrew University-Hadassah, has said, “Were these population-wide exposures to smart meters to be a part of a project carried out in a medical setting, to test the risks and benefits of a new technology on human health and well-being, it would be rejected … as an unethical exercise in human experimentation.”

http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/health-hazards-linked-to-utility-meters/ 2012 - **** Meters

Unethical Experiment
The UK Government announced that
the ‘smart’ meter installa-tions
throughout the country will be
delayed by more than a year to
investigate “risks.”

http://takebackyourpower.net/british-mps-told-of-smart-meter-risks-uk-rollout-delayed-by-year/ May 10, 2013 – UK delays

**** Meters

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British Columbia – 60 municipalities plus the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) want a moratorium.

BC’s Utilities Commission (BCUC) approved Fortis BC smart Meters - with what is feared will be extortionistic Opt Out fees (07/23/2013)

Osoyoos Indian Band refuses to allow them on their land (Press Release **** 2013) Quebec – allows Opt Out (at a cost) The following states have either banned smart meters, have pending legislation against them, or have offered customers the opportunity to opt out.

Some for health concerns, others over privacy issues: California, Connecticut, Florida, ****, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, ****, Oregon, Pennsylvania, **** and Vermont.

http://kfor.com/2013/07/23/customers-says-oge-smart-meters-making-them-sick/

Opposition to **** Meters in
USA

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in China

China’s larger state-run utility has begun testing smart-grid technology using fiber optic cable that can be run inside electric power cables without interference that could eventually be deployed nationwide to deliver electricity, high-speed Internet, TV, and telephony to the farthest reaches of the country.

http://www.technologyreview.com/news/510171/china-tests-a-small-smart-electric-grid/

National Security
National Security

No communications technology is more vulnerable or more defenseless than a wireless radio system (Jerry ****) Enemies:

Solar storms, solar flares & severe lightning storms; ECM and/or signal jamming by malcontents, organized criminals, terrorists, hostile nations, electronic warfare weapons, e.g., HAARP and EMPs, cyber attacks, etc. (Jerry ****)

2012 - **** Technology Insane –
National Security

https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/silver-spring-launches-cloud-service-to-share-smart-grid-data/

NASA Warns of coming “Super Solar Storms – could wipe out entire U.S. power grid and end Life as we know it. Transformers will short circuit and burn out; satellites will be destroyed. This could be worse than the 1859 humungous storm. **** set country back for months to years”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeAocYXKjOI SOLAR STORMS:

NASA WARNING

Telvent (Spain), maker of industrial control systems for smart grid networks admitted last week hackers had breached its network and accessed project files related to a control system used in portions of the electrical grid. Owned by **** Electric (France), Telvent told customers attackers installed malicious software on its network and accessed project files for its OASyS SCADA system, according to KrebsOnSecurity, which first reported the breach http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/09/scada-vendor-telvent-hacked/

2012 – CyberSecurity
CBC News confirmed a recent cyber-

attack successfully breached a Calgary-based supplier of control systems for electrical power grids, municipal water systems, public transit operations, and most of Canada’s major oil and gas pipelines. (Kacper Pempel/Reuters) http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/story/2012/09/28/cyber-attacks-canada-infrastructure.html 2012 - CyberSecurity–Calgary

2012 - U.S. Defense Secretary
**** Panetta

“An aggressor nation or extremist group could gain control of critical switches and derail passenger trains, or trains loaded with lethal chemicals. They could contaminate the water supply in major cities, or shut down the power grid across large parts of the country.,” he said.

http://www.washingtonguardian.com/panettas-cyber-stunner 2012 - Former U.S. C.I.A. Director **** Woolsley

“The utilities don’t want to talk about this but 17 of our (USA’s) 18 national critical infrastructure sectors depend on electricity, including our power grid and all but one of our military bases. If the grid goes down – we don’t even want to think about it. We’re so vulnerable to cyberattack and any number of other threats.”

http://www.wtop.com/41/2935749/Ex-CIA-director-Recent-outages-a-taste-of-nationwide-threat

2013 - Cyberattack
#1 threat to U.S.

The Director of National Intelligence (top intelligence official in U.S.) warns Congress that, for the first time ever, a cyber-attack could cripple America’s infrastructure and economy.

**** and Mail, **** 13, 2013 **** 13, 2013. Cyber Command chief General **** Alexander revealed in a Senate hearing the creation of 13

“cyberattack” teams, which he dubbed part of the “cyber cadre,” that are authorized to engage in preemptive cyberwarfare across the planet. (by **** Ditz)

http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/realityzone/UFNpentagon13cyberWarTeams.html 2013 - Pentagon’s own ‘Cyberattack’ Teams to Strike Across the World

A sniper attack knocked out 17 transformers at a California power station raising concern for country's power grid. Large high-voltage transformers take from months to years to build. A surprisingly small number of U.S. substations knocked out at once could cause a blackout encompassing most of the U.S.!

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304851104579359141941621778

2013 - Attack on PG & E
EW Cyber Effects
High Powered Advanced Missile

Counter Electronics Weapon, can knock out a country’s entire electric grid!

Non-Lethal: No harm to people or
structures.
Boeing – US Air Force – Raytheon

www.boeing/com/Features/2012/10/bds_champ_10-22-12.html 2012 - EW Weapon– USA

“CHAMP”
EW Weapon – USA
“HARM””

www.ausairpower.net/API-AGM-88-HARM.html 2012 - Electronic Warfare – USA

“Heat Ray”

www.businessinsider.com/electronic-warfare-weapons-2012...

2012 - Electronic Warfare – USA
“Heat Ray”

www.businessinsider.com/electronic-warfare-weapons-2012...

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program Weapon … is a weapon of mass destruction. Radio Waves strong enough to cause earthquakes are controlled by the U.S.

military. It's the largest ionospheric heater ...

some believe, no less than governmental control over the earth's weather and its tectonic plates.

www.bariumblues.com/haarp1.htm or www.superforce.com/haarp/ 2014 – “HAARP”

USA’s EW Weapon of Mass Destruction http://www.bariumblues.com/haarp1.htmNORTH KOREA’s last round of tests, conducted in May 2009, appear to have included a "super-EMP" weapon, capable of emitting enough gamma rays to disable the electric power grid across most of the lower 48 states.

http://www.viewzone.com/emp.html

The PLA (Peoples’ Liberation Army) has developed a doctrine of "Integrated Network Electronic Warfare," similar to the Soviet concept of Radio Electronic Combat, with the goal of degrading the enemy through EW, cyber, and space warfare before a shot is fired. The Chinese hacking threat is so common that the security industry has a new euphemism for the country, an "Advanced Persistent Threat." http://www.iwp.edu/news_publications/detail/colonel-larry-wortzel-discusses-military-strategy-and-china-today

CHINA

Electronic Warfare & Cyber Warfare CONCLUSION

Scientific evidence leaves no doubt that EMR poses the biggest single threat to humans and all other life forms in Canada’s entire history and, in the case of **** Meters, to our personal privacy and safety, and to our country’s National Security! Governments must be made to divorce themselves from industry and instead protect the public. But this will not happen unless YOU STAND UP and SPEAK OUT!

Reference Web Sites
http://lifeenergies.com/he-emr/

Google: “Resonance – Beings of Frequency” Google: “Dietrich Klinghardt”

www.citizensforsafetechnology.org
www.stopsmartmeters.bc.ca
www.rense.com/general71/repe.htm
www.magdahavas.org
Google: “Dr. **** O.Carpenter”
Google: “Dr. **** Michrowski”

Google: “Microwave Warfare - **** Trower” www.microwavenews.com

www.sageassociates.net
Google: Dr. Devra ****, Ph.D.

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Researchers Conclude Wireless Radiation Causes Cancer After Latest Scientific FindingsAnnounced

Source: National Assoc. For Children and Safe TechnologyDated: Feb. 03, 2015

National advocacy group calls on major children’s health organizations to promote safe technology inschools with the "Turn It Off 4 Kids" Initiative

The National Association for Children and Safe Technology (NACST) is taking action after two recentlypublished studies indicate there is sufficient evidence demonstrating exposure to wireless radiation, alsoknown as RF-EMF, causes cancer. Wireless routers and devices such as tablets, laptops, baby monitors andcell phones all emit this type of radiation.

NACST is calling on children’s health and cancer prevention organizations to make the issue of children'shealth and exposure to wireless radiation in educational settings an immediate priority for 2015.

The State of the Science: The Debate is Over

Professor of Oncology **** Hardell, MD, PhD, and Statistician **** Carlberg of Orebro UniversityHospital, Sweden found a 3-fold risk with 25 or more years of cell and cordless phone use in a studypublished October 2014 in Pathophysiology. Very significant was the finding that people who first usedmobile or cordless phones before the age of 20 had the highest risk.

Increased wireless phone use also correlated with lower survival rates for people diagnosed with the mostmalignant gliomas in a second study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research andPublic Health by the same researchers. Hardell and Carlberg stated, “Due to the relationship with survival,the classification is strengthened.” In both studies, the authors state that RF-EMF should be regarded as ahuman carcinogen, “requiring urgent revision of current exposure guidelines.”These two studies followed the July 2014 Occupational and Environmental Medicine Journal publicationof the CERENAT case controlled study where **** researchers found almost a 3-fold increase in braincancer with 896 or more hours of lifetime cell phone use.

Based on the accumulation of research demonstrating the health effects from wireless radiation, ProfessorOlle Johansson of the Karolinska Department of Neuroscience has stated, “the debate is over” on wireless.

“Given the established and emerging science, it only follows that students be provided a safe learningenvironment, free from wireless radiation,” stated an NACST spokesperson.

Scientists Call for the World Health Organization to Reclassify RF-EMFIn 2011, the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified RF radiation as aClass 2B, “possible human carcinogen.” Since 2011, several of the World Health Organization invitedscientists have called for a reclassification to an increased risk level. The abstracts of these 2014 studiesstate that RF should now be regarded as a “Group 1 Human Carcinogen,” placing it in the same category astobacco, asbestos and benzene.

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In light of these recent scientific publications and expert warnings, NACST is reaching out to healthorganizations asking them to prioritize the issue of children’s health and wireless exposures in educationalsettings for 2015 in the following ways:

1. Call for all new school technology to be hardwired.

2. Call to replace existing wireless technology systems with hardwired systems.

3. Call for the implementation of primary prevention efforts such as educating the public about simple stepsto reduce exposure, especially in regard to children and pregnant women.

4. Educate their organization’s members and audience on this issue by emails, informational web pages,updated materials, and all other means possible.

Expert Endorsements

NASCT’s Initiative has been endorsed by several prominent scientists, physicians and safety advocatesincluding Drs. **** Hardell, Olle Johansson, **** Miller and **** Leszczynski. Dr. Leszczynskiwas a participating scientist in the WHO IARC panel on RF-EMF and cancer, and Dr. **** has served asDirector of the Epidemiology Unit, National Cancer Institute of Canada, Toronto.

Details on NACST’s Turn It Off 4 Kids Initiative, including endorsements, are here:

http://www.nacst.org/nacst-turn-it-off-4-kids.html
About NACST

The National Association for Children and Safe Technology is dedicated to raising awareness about thehealth impacts of wireless radiation on children as well as advancing policies that safeguard children’shealth and well being.

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I do not support wireless communication at all. I have a cell phone that I rarely use, my computer is hardwired as our laptops are as well. My phone service comes in over a cable as well. Wireless technology has been proven to be dangerous to the health and well being on all living creatures. Study after study have been published showing the dangers of wireless technology and it's very bad health risks to all. Wireless tech takes some freedoms away from people who already have Electrohypersensitivity Disorder by all the WI-FI Hot Spots placed in restaurants, public buildings and now parks. I have other health problems and am a cancer survivor and this also affects thousands of people like me because we don't want our cancers to return or have any other health problem get worse. RF has been proven to cross the blood brain barrier which doctors said for years was impossible. I suffer from this problem that is medically known as Chemo Brain. I have lost memories, I will say things that don't make sense and I can't get some words out and I get very frustrated. I was getting better until more wireless has been installed in our community and all of a sudden the problems are back. Especially not being able to finish a sentence because I can't get the words out. Wireless communication of any kind is especially harmful to children. Their skulls are thinner and absorb massive amounts of RF radiation from use of cell phones. Wifi in schools is causing illness in both teachers and childrens. Symptoms of Autism, behavioral changes, headaches and in one school in Ontario children ended up having to wear heart monitors and children were having heart attacks. I am attaching some literature for you to read and learn about the dangers of wireless technologyKathy Read

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Computer simulation using MRI scans of children is the only possible way to determine themicrowave radiation (MWR) absorbed in specific tissues in children. Children absorb moreMWR than adults because their brain tissues are more absorbent, their skulls are thinnerand their relative size is smaller. MWR from wireless devices has been declared a possiblehuman carcinogen. Children are at greater risk than adults when exposed to any carcinogen.

Because the average latency time between first exposure and diagnosis of a tumor can bedecades, tumors induced in children may not be diagnosed until well into adulthood. Thefetus is particularly vulnerable to MWR. MWR exposure can result in degeneration of theprotective myelin sheath that surrounds brain neurons. MWR-emitting toys are being soldfor use by young infants and toddlers. Digital dementia has been reported in school agechildren. A case study has shown when cellphones are placed in teenage girls’ bras multipleprimary breast cancer develop beneath where the phones are placed. MWR exposure limitshave remained unchanged for 19 years. All manufacturers of smartphones have warningswhich describe the minimum distance at which phone must be kept away from users inorder to not exceed the present legal limits for exposure to MWR. The exposure limit forlaptop computers and tablets is set when devices are tested 20 cm away from the body.

Belgium, ****, **** and other technologically sophisticated governments are passinglaws and/or issuing warnings about children’s use of wireless devices.

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1.4.1. The 19 year old IEEE and 17 year old ICNIRP expoAbbreviations: MRI, magnetic resonance imaging; MWR, microwave radiatiBM, glioblastoma multiforme (also called glioblastoma); cm, centimeter.

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1. Introduction

Here we discuss: how the amount of MWR can be cal-culated, children’s greater absorption of MWR comparedto adults’ adsorption, MWR’s listing as a Class 2B (possible)carcinogen, the existing legal limits for human exposure toMWR, and that the existing legal limits do not incorporatethe greater exposure to children.

1.1. Computer simulation

The finite-difference, time-domain (FDTD) computeralgorithm has been the best way to simulate the amountof absorbed MWR in tissues for many decades. In 1997the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) stated,“Currently, the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) algo-rithm is the most widely accepted computational methodfor SAR modeling. This method adapts very well to the tis-sue models that are usually derived from MRI or CT scans.

FDTD method offers great flexibility in modeling the inho-mogeneous structures of anatomical tissues and organs.

The FDTD method has been used in many far-field electro-magnetic applications during the last three decades. Withrecent advances in computer technology, it has becomepossible to apply this method to near-field applications forevaluating handsets” [1].

1.2. Children’s greater absorption of MWR

There are multiple studies showing that children absorbmore MWR than adults. In 1996 a study reported that theabsorbed MWR penetrated proportionally deeper into thebrain of children age 5 and 10 compared to adults’ brains[2].

Please cite this article in press as: **** LL, et al. Why childconsequences. J Microsc Ultrastruct (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10In 2008 Joe Wiart, a senior researcher for **** tele-com and Orange reported that the brain tissue of childrenabsorbed about two times more MWR than adults’ braintissue [3].

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00A 2009 study reported the CNS absorption by childrenis “significantly larger (∼2×) because the RF [MWR] sourceis closer and skin and bone layers are thinner”, and “bonemarrow exposure strongly varies with age and is signifi-cantly larger for children (∼10×)” [4].

In 2010, **** Christ and team reported children’shippocampus and hypothalamus absorbs 1.6–3.1 timeshigher and the cerebellum absorbs 2.5 times higher MWRcompared to adults’; children’s bone marrow absorbs 10times higher MWR radiation than in adults, and children’seyes absorb higher MWR than adults [5]. These calculationswere based on porcine measurements taken from sacrificedanimals.

1.3. Microwave radiation is a Class 2B (possible)carcinogen

After 30 experts from 14 countries reviewed the science,the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) InternationalAgency for Research on Cancer (IARC) declared that RF-EMF[MWR] is a Class 2B (possible) carcinogen [6]. It was a nearunanimous declaration (one dissenter).

Including MWR, there are 285 agents listed by WHO’sIARC as Class 2B carcinogens [7]. Exposures to almostall of these agents are regulated. Some of the commonlyrecognized agents are: carbon black, carbon tetrachlo-ride, chloroform, DDT, lead, nickel, phenobarbital, styrene,diesel fuel, and gasoline.

Like these other Class 2B Carcinogens, should anyone,particularly children, be exposed to MWR?

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carcinogens

Children are at greater risk from exposure to carcino-gens than adults, and the younger the child, the higher therisk [8–10].

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.4. Exposure limits

In 1996, the FCC adopted the IEEE 1991[11] standardith some details from the 1986 NCRP Report [12] as expo-ure limits in the United States. Nineteen years after theCC exposure limits were published, based on documentsublished 24 and 29 years previously, the legal exposureimit has remained unchanged. Yet during these decades annormous body of scientific studies was published repor-ing risk well below the legal exposure limit.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic EngineersIEEE) is an industry professional organization, as is theational Council on Radiation Protection (NCRP). Neitherrganization had medical or public health expertise.

In European countries and a few other countries, thexposure limits are based on the 1998 “Guidelines” of thenternational Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Pro-ection (ICNIRP) [13]. These “Guidelines” were based onublications from 1984, 1987, 1991, and 1993 [page 494].

hat is the “Guidelines” were based on publications up to1 years ago, Similar to the IEEE and NCRP, ICNIRP is anrganization without medical or public health expertise. Its accountable to no government and its funding sourcesre not transparent.

.4.1. The 19 year old IEEE and 17 year old ICNIRPxposure limits are based on a false premiseThe exposure limits are premised on an assumptionhat the only biological effect from MWR exposure is acuteshort-term) heating sufficient to cause tissue damage.

here is no consideration of the effects from chronic (long-erm) exposures. There are many scientific papers thateport biological impacts tied with non-thermal (no mea-urable temperature change) effects. Indeed, the 480-pageARC Monograph 102 that documents the science that ledo the declaration that MWR is a Class 2B (possible) car-inogen is a virtual compendium of such papers [14].

.4.2. FCC compliance requirements do not comport withurrent testing systems

The FCC requires “For purposes of evaluating compli-nce with localized SAR guidelines, portable devices shoulde tested or evaluated based on normal operating positionsr conditions” [15]. But phones are not tested in pants orhirt pockets. As a result every cellphone manual has war-ings that the phone should be kept at various distancesrom the body otherwise the human exposure limits cane exceeded.

Here are two of many examples:

1) The BlackBerry Torch 9800 **** Phone warns,“keep the BlackBerry device at least 0.98 in. (25 mm)from your body (including the abdomen of pregnantwomen and the lower abdomen of teenagers).” “Lowerabdomen” is an oblique reference to testicles and“abdomen of pregnant women” is an oblique referenceto the fetus.

Please cite this article in press as: **** LL, et al. Why childconsequences. J Microsc Ultrastruct (2014), http://dx.doi.org/102) The iPhone 5’s manual is embedded within the phone:

Users must go to “Settings,” and scroll down to “Gen-eral,” then scroll to the bottom to “About,” go to “Legal,”scroll down to “RF [MWR] Exposure” where it reads, “To PRESS

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reduce exposure to RF energy, use a hands-free option,such as the built-in speakerphone, the supplied head-phones, or other similar accessories. Carry iPhone atleast 10 mm away from your body to ensure exposurelevels remain at or below the as-tested [exposure limit]levels.”

1.4.3. There is a 20 cm distance rule for tablets andlaptop computers

“For purposes of these requirements mobile1 devicesare defined by the FCC as transmitters designed to be usedin other than fixed locations and to generally be used insuch a way that a separation distance of at least 20 cm isnormally maintained between radiating structures and thebody of the user or nearby persons” [16].

Clearly, this 20 cm rule contradicts the “normal oper-ating position” regulation in the description “a separationdistance of at least 20 cm is normally maintained.” Indeed,“laptop” computer directly implies that it is to be placed ona lap which is not 20 cm distant from the user.

The growing use of tablets by young children in schoolscontradicts these normal tested conditions as well, as thesechildren have shorter arms that do not allow them to holddevices 20 cm from their bodies.

2. Materials and methods

We have performed a review of the peer-reviewed cell-phone exposure epidemiology from 2009 to 2014, andcellphone dosimetry since the 1970s from a previous paper[17], along with relevant governmental and other policydocuments, manufacturers’ manuals and similar docu-ments.

3. Results
3.1. Early development

Here we present evidence of harmful effects from expo-sure to MWR during early developmental stages both inanimals and in humans.

3.1.1. Fetal exposures

A study from **** University School of Medicineexposed mice in utero to MWR [18]. The study reportedthat these mice were hyperactive and had impaired mem-ory “due to altered neuronal developmental programming.

Exposed mice had dose-responsive impaired glutamater-gic synaptic transmission onto layer V pyramidal neuronsof the prefrontal cortex.” During pregnancy the mice wereirradiated by a cellphone positioned above each cage pos-ren absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The.1016/j.jmau.2014.06.005

1 The FCC defines laptop computers, tablets and similar devices as“mobile devices” in comparison to “portable devices” which are cell andcordless phones and similar devices; the former falls under the 20 cm rule,the latter has no such rule.

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similar to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)in children.

A Turkish study reported on a 900 MHz in utero expo-sure of rats [19]. “The results showed that prenatal EMFexposure caused a decrease in the number of granulecells in the dentate gyrus of the rats (p < 0.01). This sug-gests that prenatal exposure to a 900 MHz EMF affects thedevelopment of the dentate gyrus granule cells in the rathippocampus.”

A Chinese study investigated effects of MWR emitted bycellphones on rat CNS, in vitro (cortical neuronal cells) andin vivo (rat’s brain) [20]. Neuronal cells had a significantlyhigher death rate at power densities of 0.05 mW/cm2 andabove. In vivo results show increased apoptosis with DNAfragmentation.

3.1.2. Myelination

A myelin sheath covering neurons acts as an insulationof the electrical activity of neurons. In human embryos, thefirst layer develops from mid-gestation to 2 years of age andcontinues into adolescence [21]. Myelination of the brainis not complete until early adulthood.

There are two studies with reported degeneration of themyelin sheath after MWR exposure:

A 1972 study from Poland reported myelin degenerationand glial cell proliferation in guinea pigs and rabbits froma 3 GHz exposure [22].

In 1977 **** & **** reported a 2.45 GHz expo-sure in rats increased myelin degeneration in rat brains at6 weeks after exposure. They concluded “The results of ourstudy and related investigations by others indicated thatexposures to low-intensity MW irradiation can result bothin transient and in long-term structural anomalies in CNStissue and may result in various hematologic irregularities”[23].

3.2. Children and adolescents

Aydin et al. in a study of cellphone use by children andadolescents (median age 13 years), reported a significantrisk of brain cancer and a significant exposure–responserelationship for >2.8 years since first cellphone subscrip-tion, OR = 2.15, CI = 1.07–4.29, p-trend = 0.001 for increasingrisk with increasing time since first subscription with oper-ator recorded use data (billing records) [24]. Yet the study’sconclusion states, “The absence of an exposure–responserelationship either in terms of the amount of mobile phoneuse . . . argues against a causal association.” It is unclear whythe conclusion directly contradicts the published results.

The study was funded in part by cellphone companies.

A Swedish study reported when first cellphone usebegan as a teenager or younger there was a significant ipsi-lateral risk of brain cancer, OR = 7.8, CI = 2.2–28, p < 0.01,and an almost identical ipsilateral risk from cordless phoneuse, OR = 7.9, CI = 2.5–25, p < 0.001 [9].

A Korean study found risks for ADHD in first grade (ages7–8) children and followed them to ages 12–13 [25]. “ThePlease cite this article in press as: **** LL, et al. Why childconsequences. J Microsc Ultrastruct (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10ADHD symptom risk associated with mobile phone usefor voice calls but the association was limited to childrenexposed to relatively high [blood] lead [levels].” With anaverage time per cellphone call of ½ to <1 min, OR = 5.66,Fig. 1. Increase of parotid gland tumors relative to other salivary glandtumors in ****.

CI = 1.31–24.51 and for 1+ minutes per call, OR = 7.20,CI = 1.37–37.91, p-trend = 0.02. For children playing gamesfor 3+ minutes/day a significant risk for ADHD, OR = 1.94,CI = 1.30–2.89, p < 0.001, and p-trend < 0.001 in the lowerblood lead level group.

Elsewhere it has been shown the low-level exposures toMWR increases the permeability of the blood–brain bar-rier [26–28]. This suggests children exposed to lead whouse cellphone might have increased blood lead levels inthe brain.

3.2.1. Breast cancers resulting from placement ofcellphones in bras

A case study reported 4 women who placed cellphonesin their bras. Two were diagnosed at age 21, with one whohad begun placing her cellphone in her bra at age 15. Thisresulted in multiple primary breast cancers immediatelybeneath where the cellphone were placed [29].

3.2.2. Parotid gland tumors

The parotid gland is a large salivary gland in the cheekimmediately next to where a cellphone is held to the ear.

A Chinese study reported statistically significantincreased risks of 10- to 30-fold [30]. With more than10 years since first use of a cellphone, the risk of epithe-lial parotid gland cancer, OR = 10.631, CI = 5.306–21.300,p < 10−10; similarly the risk for mucoepidermoid carci-noma, OR = 20.72, CI = 9.379–45.821, p < 10−13, and foraverage daily use of >3.5 h, OR = 30.255, CI = 10.799–90.456,p < 10−10.

An Israeli Interphone study found significant risk ofparotid gland tumors [31]. “For ipsilateral use, the oddsratios in the highest category of cumulative number of callsand call time without use of hands-free devices were 1.58(95% confidence interval: 1.11, 2.24) and 1.49 (95% confi-dence interval: 1.05, 2.13), respectively.”Another Israeli study showed that among the 3 salivaryren absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The.1016/j.jmau.2014.06.005

glands, the only increase was the parotid gland [32]. “Thetotal number of parotid gland cancers in **** increased 4-fold from 1970 to 2006 . . . whereas two other salivary glandcancers remained stable.” Fig. 1 illustrates the enormousdx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmau.2014.06.005

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ncrease in parotid gland tumors relative to other salivaryland tumors.

A newspaper in **** reported “[S]alivary gland cancer,hich researchers suspect to be linked to cellphone use,as disproportionately common among young patients.

ne fifth of those patients were under 20” [33].

.2.3. Sperm damage

Perhaps more than any other adverse health effectrom exposure to MWR, damage to sperm is the mostocumented including in vitro, in vivo and human epidemi-logical studies.

A 2005 study with data collection from November 2002o **** 2004 examined the motility of sperm. “The pro-ortion of slow progressive motile sperm increased withncrease of the duration of the daily transmission time < 0.01” [34].

A study of cellphone usage among men who attendedn infertility clinic concluded, “Use of cell phones decreasehe semen quality in men by decreasing the sperm count,otility, viability, and normal morphology. The decreasen sperm parameters was dependent on the duration ofaily exposure to cell phones and independent of the initialemen quality” [35].

A Japanese study reported “This study has indicated sig-ificant decrease in sperm count [p = 0.004] and motilityp = 0.003] . . . because of exposure to MP [Mobile Phone]mission, respectively” [36].

An Australian study investigated how sperm cells areamaged by cellphone MWR. Its conclusions stated “RF-MR [Radio Frequency-Electro Magnetic Radiation] in bothhe power density and frequency range of mobile phonesnhances mitochondrial reactive oxygen species genera-ion by human spermatozoa, decreasing the motility anditality of these cells while stimulating DNA base adductormation and, ultimately DNA fragmentation. These find-ngs have clear implications for the safety of extensiveobile phone use by males of reproductive age, potentiallyffecting both their fertility and the health and well-beingf their offspring” [37].

Professor Stanton A. Glantz is a Professor of Medicine athe University of California, San **** Medical School.

e is also author of a renowned graduate level statisticsextbook, Primer of Biostatistics, Seventh Edition [38]. Refer-ing to the above four studies on sperm damage from MWRe concludes:

“Taking all the information we have discussed on cellphones and sperm allows us to confidently concludethat exposure to cell phones adversely effects sperm.”A study of temperature controlled human sperm placed cm beneath a laptop computer connected to Wi-Fi for h [39] reported, “Donor sperm samples, mostly normo-oospermic [normal sperm], exposed ex vivo during 4 h to wireless internet-connected laptop showed a significantecrease in progressive sperm motility and an increase inPlease cite this article in press as: **** LL, et al. Why childconsequences. J Microsc Ultrastruct (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10perm DNA fragmentation.” The study concluded “Ex vivoxposure of human spermatozoa to a wireless internet-onnected laptop decreased motility and induced DNAragmentation by a nonthermal effect. We speculate thata specified location. “CTIA” is the Cellular Telecommunications IndustryAssociation.

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keeping a laptop connected wirelessly to the internet on thelap near the testes may result in decreased male fertility.”3.3. Tumor latency times

The average time between exposure to a carcinogenand the diagnosis of a resultant solid tumor is 3 or moredecades. Brain tumors, like lung cancer and many othersolid tumors have, on average, long latency times [8,40].

Therefore, it may be several decades before tumors inducedby current MWR exposures in children are diagnosed. Forexample, the Israeli study showing brain tumor risk wasinverse with age had long latency times [8]. In contrast theAydin et al. study had relatively short latency times [24].

4. Discussion

4.1. Wireless device exposure limit certificationThe FCC has approved two processes to certify that awireless device meets the required exposure limit:

(1) The computer simulation process, and

(2) The Specific Anthropomorphic Mannequin (SAM) pro-cess.

The computer simulation process is discussed above.

The SAM process is based on a plastic mannequin rep-resenting the top 10% largest U.S. military recruits in 1989.

Any head smaller than SAM will absorb more MWR (∼97%of the U.S. population) [17]. A liquid with the average adultabsorption properties of the 40 tissues of the head is pouredinto a hole at the top of this head. A robotic arm with anelectric field probe is positioned within the mannequinsuch that the location of the highest electric field is locatedren absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The.1016/j.jmau.2014.06.005

within any one cubic centimeter volume. A cellphone to becertified is clamped to either side of SAM (see Fig. 2). Theelectric fields values are used to calculate the maximumspatial peak Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for any 1 g ofdx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmau.2014.06.005

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A comparison of the capability to measure SAR using the computer simulation certification process or the SAM certification process for various exposures.

Attribute SAM process FDTD process CommentsChildren’s exposure No Yes Multiple ages

Pregnant women’s exposure No Yes 1, 3 and 9 monthsFemale exposure No Yes

Specific tissue parameters No Yes
3-D resolution ∼1 cm3 <1 mm3
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Medical implant exposure No Yes
Testicle exposure No Yes

Female breast exposure No Yes With and without wire frame braEye exposure No Yes With and without wire frame eyeglassesY

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4.5. Digital dementia

Digital dementia also referred to as FOMO (Fear Of Miss-ing Out) is a real concern. A science publication’s reviewThyroid gland exposure No

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tissue (equivalent to 1 cm3 volume). If the maximum SARis at or below the U.S. exposure limit of 1.6 W/kg the phoneis certified for sale without regard to the ±30% tolerance ofthe SAM certification process [41].

Table 1 compares the capabilities of the two cellphonecertification processes.

As can be seen in Table 1 the SAM process is not capableof determining the MWR absorption as measured by SARin every category except the relative cost and volume reso-lution. Nevertheless, the SAM process has been exclusivelyused to certify every cellphone to date.

4.2. Cellphone manual warnings and 20 cm distance ruleIn spite of an FCC regulation “For purposes of evaluatingcompliance with localized SAR guidelines, portable devicesshould be tested or evaluated based on normal operatingpositions or conditions” [15], this regulation is ignored bythe FCC. Holding a cellphone at a defined distance fromyour body is not “based on normal operating positions”!

For laptop computers, tablets and similar devices, anexposure limit that begins at a distance of 20 cm is not“based on normal operating positions.” Indeed the veryterm “laptop” computer defines the normal operating posi-tion, which when placed on the lap is not 20 cm distant.

4.3. Increasing brain cancer incidence

There are studies showing an increased risk of braincancer from wireless phone use. It is a current problem.

The worst brain cancer, glioblastoma, has increased in theUnited States, and Denmark. Brain cancer incidence hasincreased in Australia in recent years. These results arebased on brain cancer incidence from each country’s cancerregistries.

A United States study examined 3 cancer registries (LosAngeles County, California and SEER 122) [42]. It examinedPlease cite this article in press as: **** LL, et al. Why childconsequences. J Microsc Ultrastruct (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10incidence rates between years 1992–2006 and reportedthe Average Percent Change (APC) during those years.

“RESULTS: Increased AAIRs [Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates]of frontal (APC +2.4–3.0%, p ≤ 0.001) and temporal (APC2 SEER 12 is cancer registry data maintained by the National CancerInstitute (NCI) using 12 States of the United States.

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+1.3–2.3%, p ≤ 0.027) lobe glioblastoma multiforme (GBM)tumors were observed across all registries . . . The AAIR ofcerebellar GBMs increased according to CCR (APC +11.9%,p < 0.001).”

The **** Cancer Registry issued a press release thatstated, “The number of men who are diagnosed with themost malignant form of brain cancer (glioblastoma), hasalmost doubled over the past ten years” [43].

The Australian study reported, “an overall significantincrease in primary malignant brain tumors was observedover the study period from 2000 to 2008 (APC, 3.9; 95%CI,2.4–5.4), particularly since 2004 (overall AAPC, 3.9; 95% CI,2.6–5.2)” [44].

4.4. Selling toys for infants and toddlers

The iPad, tablets, laptop computers and cellphonesare not children’s toys. Within 20 cm of the device, theexposure limit can be exceeded with iPads and laptop com-puters. Figs. 3–5 are examples of toys for sale (there aremany more similar toys).

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rticle describes the problem in great depth [45]. An empir-cal study of the problem was published in 2013 [46].

.6. Governmental warnings

Many countries have issue warning about children’sellphone use. Some examples are:

urkey 2013:

Governor Aksoy Huseyin, of the Samsun province announced hewould launch a cellphone campaign to bring awareness of theirhazards.

elgium 2013:

The Public Health Minister bans cellphone sales for children under 7years old. Advertisements are also banned during children’s TVprograms.

ustralia 2013:

The federal government created a fact sheet providing citizens waysto reduce exposure from wireless devices. The agency advisesparents to limit children’s exposure to cellphones.

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Laws make advertising cellphones to children under the age of 12illegal.

. Conclusions

Please cite this article in press as: **** LL, et al. Why childconsequences. J Microsc Ultrastruct (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10The risk to children and adolescent from exposure toicrowave radiating devices is considerable. Adults have amaller but very real risk, as well.

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(1) Children absorb greater amount of microwave radia-tion (MWR) than adults;

(2) MWR is a Class 2B (possible) carcinogen as is car-bon black, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, DDT, lead,nickel, phenobarbital, styrene, diesel fuel, and gasoline.

It seems clear that we would not expose children tothese other agents, so why would we expose childrento microwave radiation?

(3) Fetuses are even more vulnerable than children. There-fore pregnant women should avoid exposing their fetusto microwave radiation.

(4) Adolescent girls and women should not place cell-phones in their bras or in hijabs.

(5) Cellphone manual warnings make clear an overexpo-sure problem exists.

(6) Wireless devices are radio transmitters, not toys. ****-ing toys that use them should be banned.

(7) Government warnings have been issued but most of thepublic are unaware of such warnings.

(8) Exposure limits are inadequate and should be revisedsuch that they are adequate.

Acknowledgements

**** Payne for her special proof reading skills and ****Redmayne for her advice and guidance.

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Why children absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The consequences 1 Introduction

1.1 Computer simulation
1.2 Children's greater absorption of MWR

1.3 Microwave radiation is a Class 2B (possible) carcinogen 1.3.1 Children are at increased risk when exposed to carcinogens 1.4 Exposure limits

1.4.1 The 19 year old IEEE and 17 year old ICNIRP exposure limits are based on a false premise 1.4.2 FCC compliance requirements do not comport with current testing systems 1.4.3 There is a 20cm distance rule for tablets and laptop computers 2 Materials and methods

3 Results
3.1 Early development
3.1.1 Fetal exposures
3.1.2 Myelination
3.2 Children and adolescents

3.2.1 Breast cancers resulting from placement of cellphones in bras 3.2.2 Parotid gland tumors

3.2.3 Sperm damage
3.3 Tumor latency times
4 Discussion

4.1 Wireless device exposure limit certification 4.2 Cellphone manual warnings and 20cm distance rule 4.3 Increasing brain cancer incidence

4.4 Selling toys for infants and toddlers
4.5 Digital dementia
4.6 Governmental warnings
5 Conclusions
Acknowledgements
References

Interventions Phase 2: Intervenor 784

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