A recent public health study provides particularly strong
evidence that we should be concerned about continuous
exposure to transmitted microwave radiation. It can be found
in a paper published in Pathophysiology (Volume 16, Issue 1,
June 2009, Pages 43-46) Apparent decreases in Swedish public
health indicators after 1997-Are they due to improved
diagnostics or to environmental factors?.
The authors looked at trend lines in data collected by the
Swedish government and found that the introduction of
cellphone technology nationwide in 1997 coincided with the
beginning of an accelerating deterioration of several health
indicators. Specifically, the rates of prostate cancer,
brain tumors, melanomas and lung cancers in the elderly all
increased dramatically. So did deaths from Alzheimer's
disease, traffic accident injuries, sick leave rates, and
percentage of infants born with heart problems.
This paper is short and well worth reading. We should
resolve the public health questions before introducing
further public exposure to microwave radiation, particularly
involuntary continuous exposure. Radiowave and microwave
radiation are not just a problem for people, they are
causing serious problems for animals of all types. Please
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