Dangers Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure Part 1
Home Radiation Protection
Electropollution is emanated by every wired and wireless
device you use today in the form of Electromagnetic
Frequencies and Radiation. Well-known and respected experts
are more concerned than ever that our growing use of these
kinds of devices, especially by children.
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Some people appear to have an almost pathological emotional
attachment to their wireless phones and there is a
fascinating suggestion that cell radiation pulses might
actually be addictive to the human brain..
We can't save those who would rather die than switch.
But ethics compelled us to ensure that all reasonable people
have access to the basic scientific facts.
Your wireless phone is a microwave transmitter and it should
bear a cancer warning!
Microwave energy oscillates at millions to billions of
cycles per second. The Journal of Cellular Biochemistry
reports that these frequencies cause cancer and other
diseases by interfering with cellular DNA and its repair
mechanisms. Microwave pro! motes rapid cell aging. Italian
scientists have recently demonstrated that cell phone
radiation makes cancerous cells grow aggressively. Cordless
phones marked 900 megahertz or 2.4 gigahertz emit the same
dangerous microwave radiation as cell phones.
The connection between microwave exposure and cancer has
been documented for years. During the Cold War, the Soviets
irradiated the US Embassy in Moscow, Russia, with low level,
twin-beam microwave radiation. Two successive ambassadors
developed leukemia. Other staffers also developed cancer--or
their blood showed DNA damage, which precedes cancer.
Research by University of Washington professor Dr. Henry Lai
shows brain cells are clearly damaged by microwave levels
far below the US government's "safety" guidelines.
Dangers Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure Part 2
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