By B.N. Frank
WiFi Also Disrupts Blood Brain Barrier.
For many years now, tech inventors have been sending their kids to private low-tech schools and limiting their exposure to new technology. Due to an increase in “Digital Addiction”, tech inventors and investors been speaking publicly against promoting technology use by children.
“Digital Addiction” is still being discussed separately from past and current warnings from Dr. Oz, CNN, CBSNews.com and many others regarding the potential for health issues stemming from cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation exposure. According to CBSNews.com, #3 Dumb Thing to Boost Possible Cancer Risk is Encouraging Kids to Use Cell Phones.
“Digital Addiction” is also being discussed separately from research published in 2012 when scientists revealed that exposure to cell phone and other sources of wireless (WiFi) radiation can disrupt the Blood-Brain Barrier which may cause it to leak.
Many still don’t realize that “… no “safe” level (of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation) has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women.”
Doctors, scientists, parents, teachers, and organizations all over the world have been demanding that schools replace wireless WiFi routers with wired Internet because of its potential for health issues (see list below). Wired Internet was how we originally all accessed the Internet. This seems like a “no-brainer” considering everything we already know about cell phone and WiFi radiation exposure.
In 2011, when The World Health Organization classified Cell Phone Radiation and Wireless (WiFi) Radiation as a “Group 2B Possible Carcinogen.” We were also made aware that:
- Children’s skulls and scalps are thinner. So the (wireless) radiation can penetrate deeper into the brains of children and young adults.
- …the impact of (wireless) radiation can be much larger (in children).
- What (wireless) microwave radiation does … is similar to what happens to food in microwaves, essentially cooking the brain.
- So in addition to leading to a development of cancer and tumors, there could be a whole host of other effects like cognitive memory function…
- The biggest problem we have is that we know most environmental factors take several decades of exposure before we really see the consequences.
Decades of scientific research on exposure to cell phone radiation, wireless (WiFi) radiation, and electrical pollution (Electrosmog) has already proven that it can worsen pre-existing conditions even if didn’t cause them.
There are many symptoms and health conditions attributed to exposure to cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation and electrical pollution (Electrosmog) besides increased possible cancer risk. Some will be more affected than others. This is true of exposure to chloroform, engine exhaust, and lead as well.
U.S. federal safety standards and guidelines were established over 20 years ago. We are all exposed to more cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation and electrical pollution (Electrosmog) emitting sources than when these standards and guidelines than we were created.
20+ year old laws protect these standards and guidelines – not science.
Testing is still conducted on plastic mannequin heads and body parts so this makes it inaccurate. Only mannequins have plastic heads and body parts and they don’t use these devices.
Utility companies are NOT required to provide customers with written guidelines when they install wireless or digital “smart” meters. This may prove problematic, especially for those who spend extended periods of time within close proximity to a utility “Smart Meter” or multiple “Smart Meters”.
Like cell phones and other wireless and electronic devices, utility “smart” meters have also been known to malfunction, catch fire, and explode.
Many believe that these utility “Smart” Meters exceed current federal safety standards which apparently don’t apply to children or pregnant women anyway.
Some scientists insist there is enough research that proves wireless (WiFi) radiation should be classified as a Group A Carcinogen. Some scientists use current laws to defend the safety of both wireless (WiFi) radiation emitting technology and tobacco products.
There are more cell towers and antennas in the environment than ever before. They all emit cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation and contribute to electrical pollution (Electrosmog). In 2014, The Wall Street Journal revealed that 1 in 10 U.S. cell towers were in violation of federal safety standards.
The U.S. government is planning right now to allow telecom companies to install small cell towers and antennas everywhere – even in front of homes. According to Dr. Oz, The “Race for 5G” will require hundreds of thousands if not millions of small cell towers to be installed so we can “binge watch, surf, and post online” at faster speeds. This is of concern to many people.
According to the National Institutes of Health, “The Precautionary Principle” in environmental science includes 4 central components:
- Taking preventive action in the face of uncertainty
- Shifting the burden of proof to the proponents of an activity
- Exploring a wide range of alternatives to possibly harmful actions
- Increasing public participation in decision making
There seems to be little effort by elected officials, telecom companies, or utility companies to apply “The Precautionary Principle” in regard to exposure to sources of cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation or electrical pollution (Electrosmog).
In a nutshell, “…the claim that a device ‘meets government standards’ or that radiation levels are “FCC compliant” gives a false impression of safety.”
Which takes us back to, “… no “safe” level (of cell phone or wireless WiFi radiation) has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women.”
WiFi in schools isn’t necessary when wired Internet works just as well. There is no reason that The Precautionary Principle shouldn’t be applied in schools and other public places where children spend extended periods of time.
Most would agree that illness – regardless of the source – tends to age us faster. When we are exposed to cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation, we absorb it.
Doesn’t it seem like kids already grow up too fast?
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