According to researcher Magda Havas, PhD, BSc, RFR exposure
guidelines, used in our wireless communications, range 5
orders of magnitude in countries around the world. The
lowest guidelines are in Salzburg Austria. Salzburg’s
guideline is at the BioInitiative Report’s recommended level
of 0.1 µW/cm2. In the U.S. it is 1000 µW/cm2 . In China and
in Russia the guideline is 10 µW/cm2. Why do we have
guidelines that are so much higher?
Our guidelines are based on a shortterm (6-minute) heating
effect called the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). It is
assumed that if this radiation does not heat your tissue it
is safe. This is not correct. Effects are documented at
levels well below those that are able to heat body tissue.
These biological effects include increased permeability of
the blood brain barrier, increased calcium flux, increase in
cancer and DNA breaks, induced stress proteins, and nerve
damage. Exposure to this energy is associated with altered
white blood cells in children; childhood leukemia; impaired
motor function, reaction time, and memory; headaches,
dizziness, fatigue, weakness, and insomnia.
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