In 1971, U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute Released Studies Indicating Exposure to Wireless Radiation Is Harmful. JustProveIt.Net Offers Link and More.

By B.N. Frank

Many people don’t know that the U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute paid for research on exposure to the same type of microwave (wireless) radiation frequencies that have been used for many years to operate common wireless devices (i.e. cell phones) and infrastructure (i.e. cell towers).

Justproveit.net provides a link to the research itself, a one-page reference sheet of biological impacts and symptoms caused by exposure, and more.

Dr. Allan Frey was hired to conduct this research.  He gave an interview about it for a 2010 article published in GQ Magazine: “Warning:  Your Cell Phone May Be Hazardous to Your Health.”

The Cellular Phone Task Force devoted a website to the work of Dr. Frey.  It includes a video which explains “The Frey Effect” and how microwave frequencies can be programmed to beam voices into the auditory cortex.

Sounds crazy, right?  Don’t I wish.  Last month Activist Post published an article about MIT scientists gushing about their new laser that remotely beams audio into people’s ears.

Activist Post reports regularly about research that proves exposure to all sources of cell phone and wireless (WiFi) radiation are biologically and environmentally harmful.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites:

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