Microwave and radiofrequency radiation are now being
associated with attention deficit disorder, autism, sleep
disorders, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease and
epilepsy, as well as asthma, diabetes, malignant melanoma,
breast cancer, and other illnesses that have become
increasingly more common.
Please see www.bioinitiative.org* to read a 2007 review of
the peer-reviewed science on the long-term risks of exposure
to transmitted microwave and radio frequency radiation.
Studies finding no health effects are predominantly industry
funded.9 A report by Hallberg and Johansson10 published
recently in Pathophysiology asks the provocative question
about whether the recent (1997 and later) increase in
exposure to microwave frequencies may be responsible for the
recent decline in public health in Sweden.
The data seem to say that public exposure to microwave
frequencies is a likely culprit.
In addition to transmitting in strong bursts, transmitting
“smart” meters can also overexpose the general population to
high frequencies by putting high frequencies on home and
building wiring, either deliberately through signaling or
inadvertently through poor engineering. High frequency
signals on power lines are also biologically active. Milham
and Morgan found a dose-response relationship between high
frequencies present on building wiring and cancer11. Recent
analysis of historical epidemiological data indicates a
relationship to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and
Removing high frequencies on building wiring has improved MS
symptoms, blood sugar levels, asthma, sleep quality, teacher
health, student attentiveness, headaches, ADD, and numerous
other health problems13,14,15. Technical papers provide a
solid electrical and biomolecular basis for these effects. A
recent paper by Ozen showed that transients induce much
stronger current density levels in the human body than does
the powerline 60Hz signal16. A technical paper by Vignati
and Giuliani discusses the authors’ findings that high
frequency communication signals on power lines also induce
much stronger electrical currents in the human body than a
low frequency signal of the same strength17.
The induced currents disturb normal intercellular
communications. This causes harmful short-term and long-term
effects. Additional information can be found on http://www.emfnews.org
Information necessary to properly measure the high
frequencies causing these health problems can be found on
the Technical page. A simple meter is also available that
can provide accurate measurements of electrical pollution
levels in most situations.
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