By B.N. Frank
Have you ever asked your children’s doctor, “If Wireless Radiation Exposure Is No Big Deal, Why Do Manuals for Cell Phones, iPads, Wi-Fi Routers, Etc. Include Guidelines and Warnings?”
He or she may not know that no safe level of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women.
In 2010, GQ magazine published an in-depth article featuring interviews with industry and military researchers about the potential for harm from exposure.
Also in 2010, NBCNews.com posted an article which included research confirming up to 1/3 of the population is “sensitive” to cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation as well as other sources of electrical pollution (“Electrosmog”). The article also discussed “Microwave Sickness” which was discovered in the 1950s.
In 2016, researchers at the Mayo Clinic determined that “Sending Text Messages On Your Smartphone Changes The Rhythm Of Your Brain Waves.”
Also in 2017, TV segments from CBS’ 60 Minutes, ABC’s 20/20 and countless other articles and news reports revealed how technology is affecting neurotransmitters and dopamine levels which may lead to “Digital Addiction.” This is now a trend among children.
Recently, a growing number of tech inventors and investors have been apologizing for creating products which have been marketed to educators, families, and school systems. All the while, they have actually been limiting how much their own children use technology and sending them to private “low-tech” schools. This hasn’t been enough for tech companies to stop marketing their products, though.
Recently The Nation published an article about how The Telecom Industry has made us think that cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation is safe when there’s decades of research that proves it’s not. They refer to them as “Big Wireless” and compare them to “Big Tobacco” and “Big Oil.” The article has also been discussed by other publications such as Democracy Now. NPR also featured the article and topic during their On Point program.
In addition to cell phones, they also discussed “The Race for 5G,” a state and federal legislative and marketing campaign. “The Race for 5G” includes the installation of millions of 4G and 5G small cell towers all over the country – including in front of homes.
No matter how much we limit our use of personal wireless and electronic devices, it won’t help much when these cell towers are installed everywhere. Many of these towers have already been installed in the United States. Some are in plain sight. Some are hidden inside other infrastructure.
On February 9, 2018, Dr. Oz had a segment about “The Race for 5G” on his show. He seemed very concerned. Given that 1 in 10 cell towers already exceeds federal safety levels, everyone should be concerned. There’s also research that proves 5G technology has the potential to be more harmful than current 4G technology. More cell towers will also affect our pets, nature, and wildlife as well.
Since 2009, Dr. Oz has warned about cell phone radiation exposure – especially regarding children.
In 2007, former software designer, author, and philanthropist, Peter Sullivan, founded Clear Light Ventures to raise awareness about the link between autism and wireless WiFi radiation. Prior to working in high-tech, he was an Executive Officer and pilot in the United States Navy.
Dr. Toril Jelter is a Board Certified Pediatrician and General Practitioner in who treats children and adults with “Microwave Sickness” otherwise known as ElectroHyperSensitivity (EHS). In this video clip, she discusses how many of her autistic/ADHD patients improved dramatically after removing sources of wireless radiation and electrical pollution (Electrosmog) in their homes. She also developed a 2-week calming behavior protocol for children with autism and ADHD.
All of our wireless devices and products operate by using microwave radiation frequencies. It’s not magic. CBSNews.com recently posted on their website “Cell Phones and Cancer: 8 Dumb Things to Boost Possible Cancer Risk”. It included not encouraging kids to use cell phones. You may now realize that there is more to be concerned about other than cancer.
If you know any parents with autistic children, please consider providing this article to them – or at least Dr. Jelter’s name and Peter Sullivan’s website. Maybe this will help them better care for their children.
Products that emit microwave radiation and electrical pollution (Electrosmog) include cell phones, cordless phones, Fitbits and other activity trackers, iPads, digital and wireless utility “smart” meters, virtual reality devices, and WiFi routers.
Additionally antennas, broadcast and cell towers, power lines, and Wi-Fi hot spots are also sources of this.
Some believe that the 1950s’ “Microwaving of the Moscow Embassy” was an attempt to change the brains of American Embassy employees so they would spill government secrets to the Russians. Microwave radiation-emitting transmitters were hidden throughout the U.S. Embassy. Not sure it all went down that way, but some did get “Microwave Sickness.” Some also developed leukemia and died.
“Microwave Sickness” is now more commonly referred to as “ElectroSensitivity” (ES) or “ElectroHyperSensitivity” (EHS). Symptoms vary and many doctors aren’t considering any of this as a cause or contributor to poor or worsening health issues. Genetics don’t necessarily play a role. Misdiagnosis is common. Medication and meditation may lessen symptoms but they won’t cure the problem.
Maybe if more parents knew about this, they would demand that schools, libraries, doctors’ offices and hospitals be equipped with wired Internet instead of WiFi. Having WiFi where large groups of children spend long periods of time isn’t healthy for them or anyone else.
Is anyone not tired of seeing children “glued” to their devices – especially the ones who are clearly disabled? They don’t know any better. They assume it’s safe, otherwise they wouldn’t be allowed to do this. We can’t get angry at them for this.
You don’t have to be a scientist to say that cell phone and WiFi radiation are harmful. The World Health Organization and other scientists have already said it for you.
For more information, contact the following organizations: