Cell Phone Radiation, the
Right to Choose
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Cell Phone Towers Health Effects
EM Field Meter
Cell Phone Sensitivity
By Jackie Christensen, MSHH, HHP, MH, NC
November 4, 2011
It is hard to find a non-industry funded study in the United
States that shows cell phone usage is safe for humans.
Legislation has protected the wireless industry and the
technology has been deeply ingrained in our culture.
Everyone I know has a cell phone and I think you can safely
say they are here to stay, but the public has the right to
know that using a cell phone is comparable to putting your
head in a tiny low level microwave oven.
The scientific debate over cell phone usage has been made
public internationally; however in the United States
research supporting the detrimental effects of cell phones
is rarely published. In 2006 the Hamburg Morgenpost reported
an article titled “Are We Telephoning Ourselves to Death?” A
Danish journal reported “Mobile Phones Affect the Brain’s
Metabolism” and the Agence France Presse released an article
titled “Israeli Study Says Regular Mobile Use Increases
Tumour Risk.” All of these articles included scientific
research showing the harmful effects associated with cell
Numerous reports, predominately throughout European research
centers have shown the link between cell phone usage and
brain damage, early onset Alzheimer’s senility, and DNA
damage. One study implemented by the International Agency
for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France reported that after 10
years of cell phone usage the chances of getting a brain
tumor had increased 40%, specifically on the side of the
head where the cell phone is used.
Allen Frey a leader in the field on bioelectromagnetics
describes the technology behind cell phones as having a
frequency of 1,900 megahertz, which is called a carrier
wave. Then you add information to that wave which embeds a
second signal, called a carrier wave. The carrier wave
transports information such as sound, pictures, or words.
Frey has discovered through his research that the lower
carrier waves match the frequencies that the brain operates
on and it is these waves that cross the blood-brain barrier,
ultimately effecting brain functioning and disrupting the
Frey’s compelling research was never published because
Pentagon scientists said they could not duplicate the
experiment. After that his funding from the Office of Naval
Research was cut and he was told to conceal his
blood-brain-barrier work or his contract would be cancelled.
Other scientists who have shown results similar to Frey have
also been silenced by government officials and ridiculed by
their peers in the wireless industry.
The cell phone industry has flexed their power by releasing
only research that shows there is no correlation between
cell phone usage and assault on the human body. In a review
of more than 350 studies, Henry Lain a biophysicist at the
University of Washington found that only 25% of the industry
funded studies showed the effects of using cell phones,
compared to 75% of the independently funded studies.
The cell phone industry makes billions of dollars annually,
so it is not a radical notion that they would want to debunk
any information that would hinder their profits. However, it
is unethical to hide research from the public. The people
need to know so they can make an informed decision.
Melbourne Ararat, Victoria
Albuquerque, New Mexico
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