In 1993, the telecom industry committed $25 million dollars for a series of research projects designed to prove that wireless phones are safe. The studies proved just the opposite! They proved that federal microwave exposure standards are dangerously inadequate. Cell damage and tumors can be easily induced in the lab at about one third of the FCC’s exposure guidelines.
The telecom boys panicked. They and their lackey politicians and federal regulators decided the only lucrative thing to do was to LIE and DENY. Despite damning evidence, the FDA still prevaricates:”There is no reason to conclude that there are health risks posed by wireless phones to consumers.” Meantime, the telecom industry has been pressing to INCREASE BY MORE THAN 10 TIMES the allowable human exposure to wireless phone radiation! Luckily, Dr. George Carlo headed up the industry’s study project. He presents the shocking facts in his book, Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age: An Insider’s Alarming Discoveries About Cancer and Genetic Damage (Carroll and Graf, 2001).
A summary of Dr. Carlo’s book is this: Cell phones are hot, adequate protective regulations are naught, and Americans are being “fried” so that the deceitful telecom industry can rake it in! It’s dirty business as usual, and the longer the industry can con the public, the more billions it collects. On June 16, 2002 , CBS aired a Sixty Minutes segment which confirmed the telecom industry is about as grungy as it gets. CBS producers accused major phone service providers of cheating, scamming, forging signatures, switching phone service without permission and lying about charges.
The attorney general of Connecticut stated that despite millions of dollars in fines each year, these companies remain incorrigible. Should we be trusting this industry with our brain tissues and our very lives? Microwave to the head is extremely hazardous to children. Parents in some European nations are now warned to keep children away from wireless phones.
Cell Phone Use and Tumors: What the Science Says
The First Congressional Hearings on Wireless Phones in 15 Years was held on September 25th, 2008.
Wireless phone use has grown exponentially, as has the science on the connection between usage and human health effects. This hearing explored the evidence of links between wireless phone use and health problems like tumors.
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