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You have probably realized Electricsense is not just about cell phone radiation it is about a way of life. It’s about living a healthy life in this increasingly electromagnetic world.

Of all the different forms of electromagnetic pollution wireless (RF) radiation, that’s to say that used by such devices as cell phones, cell phone towers and WIFI, is certainly that which is the most insidious. It’s out in the street, it’s in public transport it’s in our work places, and it’s even in our homes.

In this short video you will see how:
– I measure radio frequency radiation
– How radio frequency exists in a home even when there are no cell phones, cordless phones or wifi
– I explain what the ramifications are of living in an environment that is bathed in electromagnetic radiation 24 hours a day 7 days a week

You can get someone in to do some testing in your home to establish the level of electrosmog, but these EMF meters (or EMF detectors) are now so cheap and easy to use that you may want to do some testing yourself. The advantage of buying such a meter is that you can use it at home, at work, and with friends and family.

If you are toying with the idea of buying one of these devices I would encourage you to do so, it’s an investment for your health. When I first bought my meter even I was surprised by some of the readings it was giving me. Being electrosensitive I can feel the electrosmog, so I don’t need the EMF meter to alert me of hotspots. Most people do not have this “advantage”, they are exposing themselves and their family because of their ignorance. You can take my word, the sooner you get wise on this issue the better….. http://www.emfnews.org/store/home-cell-phone-and-mobile-tower-radiation-meters.html

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What you will learn in this interview:
– microwave ovens were originally designed to operate at 900 MHz, but because the microwaves came through the sides of the oven the frequency was changed to 2.45 GHz
– many cell phones operate at the 900 MHz level, precisely that frequency which was considered to be too dangerous for microwave ovens
– though there is a lack of studies carried out on the effects of cell phone antennas on buildings have been known for a long time, in the 1950s the US Embassy in Moscow had two ambassadors die in a row with tumors, and other staff fell ill with cancer, joint pains, headaches, sleeplessness and other symptoms. Investigators found that 3 microwave antennas were pointing at the building.

Interviewer: The higher up in the gigahertz frequency we get, the more dangerous it is to our bodies. Or is it a kind of specific frequency that actually is more dangerous to us than another one?

Expert: Each frequency has its own characteristics. For example, the original microwave oven was designed at 900 megahertz. And, whenever they tried using the 900 megahertz, it actually came through the sides of the oven and would cook the people in the room. So they had to move up the frequency letter to 2.45 gigahertz because at that frequency it would do the maximum damage to the hydrogen molecule and cook it, but it wouldn’t penetrate the steel sides. So, therefore, it could be contained more easily.

But, whenever you think that a lot of people are walking around with cellphones that are at 900 frequency, the one that could penetrate the steel sides of an oven, and you only have a quarter inch of skull, an eighth inch of skull, it’s bound to be penetrating into your brain.

Interviewer: Right, but even microwave ovens leak, don’t they? They leak out the microwaves.
Expert: I have testing equipment, and I haven’t found one that doesn’t leak. They all leak – even brand new ones. Because it’s very hard to contain microwaves with a door. If you have a door, the seal is usually a rubber gasket; that means nothing to microwaves. And, they do apparently all leak, I haven’t come across one that doesn’t.
Interviewer: So, what happens with the microwaves? This could create hot spots if there’s metal in there? But, let’s say it’s in a kitchen room, or whatever, do the microwaves kind of bounce around? Or do they just disappear out the walls? What happens with them?

Expert: No, they bounce around. They bounce off of any metal objects in the room, even walls themselves. They’re bouncing all over the place, mirrors, everything that’s metal, they reflect it, so all of the kitchenware and so on. Everything in the room it will be bouncing off of…

Interviewer: Now, you had an interesting story about one of the banks in regards to wireless, and what they did to prevent what they claimed was internet coming in from the wireless. But, then they want to prevent people from accessing their signal. Tell us that story.

Expert: Yes, it’s quite interesting. I actually had heard, or read, on the internet about 3M, a company who makes plastics, and that they had designed a plastic with a coating of lead on it. And, they made it sticky so you could put it all over your windows. I wanted to prevent WIFI from coming into the house and into offices and so on. When I called them up, I asked them who’s buying their plastic shielding and they said, “Oh, banks and lawyers.” And I said, “Why would a bank want this shielding?” And they said that it’s actually to prevent all of their secrets going out the window. Whenever you have WIFI, apparently someone sitting in a car outside the window can pick up all of your account numbers and every transmission. So, they were actually having to seal the buildings off. All the windows having to be covered in banks and so on. What they’re doing, is they’re creating a microwave oven out of the room, because now there’s nowhere for this to escape. So the levels in the room are going to escalate.

Interviewer: Now, you told me that the schools in the Northern Island now are all getting brand new laptop computers, and as you mentioned, this is obviously very dangerous.

Expert: There’s different ideas of why they’ve done this, but mainly on the surface, it appears to be easier. Children from a secondary school can move from room to room with their laptop and continue classes from different professors or teachers. But, that doesn’t hold up to examination, because they have it here in primary schools, and these children don’t move classrooms. So, why are they bothering to give them wireless?

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For the average man (or woman) in the street the problem with cell phone towers is that everybody wants more cell phone towers, to have better coverage and to be able to run more apps, but nobody wants a cell phone tower in their backyard. You can follow the logic on this, right?

The thing is, the only reason the average man in the street (aka the public at large) doesn’t want the cell phone tower next to his house is because it looks an eyesore! What the public does not know, is:
– studies have established that when radiation levels increase in an environment then the white blood cell count increases; there is a direct biological response, a bad one
– other studies show that living within close proximity to a cell phone tower significantly increases your chances of contracting all types of cancers
– brain tumor statistics have been found to be three times the average in communities with cell towers
– in many countries (France and Italy) cell phone towers are being taken down because of health complaints of local residents

And yet so many people are blissfully unaware of all this. So when the cell phone company, disguises a tower as pine tree, or a lighthouse, or a bolder the general feeling is one of admiration. Aren’t the cell phone people doing a great job!
What planet are these people living on?

If you are more on planet Lloyd and are concerned about protecting yourself from the cell tower that has just sprung up in your neighborhood, there are shielding solutions.

Announcer: We all love our cell phones and that is a challenge for Cell Phone companies that have to provide good service and be good neighbors. Here is the cold hard fact; people want to use their phones, whenever and wherever they choose, but many communities feel that cell phone towers are just plain ugly so some wireless providers are becoming masters of disguise.

Driving along the highway you may have noticed a rather odd looking tree sticking up above the rest. What you are looking at is actually a cell phone tower. Many communities have decided that these disguised cell phone towers are easier on the eyes and there are certain cities that now have required all new towers being built to be disguised.
Andrew Messing is the president of Larson Camouflage, a company that built cell phone towers in a wide variety of disguises, from Palm trees to Water towers to flag poles. He says that they have done some grain silos in the Mid West because it would look funny to have a 150 ft tall pine tree. Cell antennas as also being hidden inside all kinds of architecture like clock towers and fake chimneys: the site very much dictates how a tower will be disguised. In addition, every antenna comes with electrical equipment which also must be hidden.

In a site in Colorado, it is encased in a man-made bolder. In Arlington Virginia, Verizon wireless built a house where no one is ever home and which is filled with the electronic equipment needed to operate a traditional tower that sits in the backyard. The very nice looking house has the neighborhood fooled; door to door salesman visit it and free newspapers are dropped off at this house. At this site Verizon have been able to build a cell tower that blends into the neighborhood and is welcome.

But disguises are expensive. A cell tower disguised as a tree can cost as much as 120,000 Dollars: 4 times the price of a metal tower. If all cell towers were disguised, you couldn’t afford your cell phone service. Cell phone companies camouflage the cell phone towers that they do need to. And the ones they feel they need to disguise are often in communities that put up a fight and refuse to accept a traditional tower. Towers in communities, neighborhoods and national parks where people don’t want to see a big metal pole, are often the ones disguised.

Of the approximately 200, 000 cell antenna sites in the US only about a fourth are camouflaged or hidden. For many churches the wireless problem is a blessing. A church in Washington receives more that 1000 dollars a month to allow antennas to operate in their staple. Of all the 50, 000 cell towers hidden or disguised in the US, one of the more amazing ones is on Staten Island. Here a cell phone tower is made to look like a lighthouse that’s so realistic that neighbors says it attracts tourists. The only give away is that it is miles from the ocean.

With the increasing popularity of text messaging and video streaming, wireless companies will continue to be very busy building more towers and if they do it the way they hope to do it, you won’t even notice them.

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Interviewer: So, why do we? I went to Rome to meet the man our government seems to favor over its own advisor, Sir William Stuart. He’s a scientist who’s responsible for the WHO’s position, and who founded the standard-setting body ICNIRP. He’s a controversial character. Dr. Michael Repacholi no longer works for the WHO, but he’s made decisions that affect all our lives.

When you say, on the WHO website, there are no known adverse health effects, is that really giving people the complete picture of the science out there?

Repacholi; When that statement was put on the website, it was meaning that no health effects have been established. And when an effect has been established, it means it has been repeated in a number of laboratories using very good study techniques.

Interviewer: But Henry Lai and OlleJohanssen will say they’ve found them. There are any number of highly esteemed scientists who will say they’ve found them well beneath those levels. Are they wrong?

Repacholi: If they’re published, they are in the mix because every review panel looks at all the studies along with other studies to see if they’re comparable with those studies or point in the same direction. It’s called a weight of evidence approach, and if that weight of evidence is not for there being an effect or not being an effect, that’s the only way you can tell if there really is an adverse health effect.

Interviewer: But, here’s the controversy – Dr. Repacholi used to work for the very industry that helps create this form of radiation. Before working for the WHO, he’d been an expert witness for the phone industry, defending their right to site masts in controversial locations.

Are you truly independent, do you think? As a scientist?
Repacholi: Well, I don’t know how people perceive me, people can say what they like. I know what I am; I will only say what the science says. To me, that’s an independent view.
Interviewer: You did work for industry before WHO and ICNIRP.
Repacholi: I did.
Interviewer: And you worked for them afterwards as well.

Repacholi: I did. I challenge anyone to say I’ve changed my mind because of my funder. Because I sure as hell haven’t.
Interviewer: So, our government has a choice: follow the recommendations of scientists like Dr. Repacholi and WHO, who effectively say, “Roll it out! And don’t stop unless someone proves there’s a risk,” or follow their own advisor, who says, “Hold on, don’t rush ahead until we know for sure it’s safe.”
Until that’s resolved, it’s our kids who become the test bet.

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So, What’s all the fuss about ‘Smart’ Meters? Part 2

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Do you wonder why Fortis needs Utilities Commission approval for advanced meters, but BC Hydro does not?

Normally a utility must apply to the Utilities Commission to make a large capital expenditure. The Commission then orders a proceeding at which ratepayers and the groups that represent them may scrutinize the proposal and raise any concerns.

But the government short-circuited this process in 2010 through the Clean Energy Act, which ordered BC Hydro to implement smart meters and barred the Utilities Commission from reviewing the plan.

Quite likely BC Hydro’s status as a government-owned corporation encouraged the government to accord Hydro this special treatment. FortisBC, as a private corporation, received no order to implement smart meters, and so its current application is subject to review by the Utilities Commission.

BCSEA supports an empowered Utilities Commission and opposes special exemptions to let BC Hydro or any public utility make major expenditures without public scrutiny.

BCSEA is intervening in the review of Fortis’s advanced metering application to ensure that the meters are cost effective, and to ensure that Fortis pursues to the maximum any opportunities to conserve energy. We want to be sure that the meters are thoroughly assessed, so that the public can be assured that their concerns on all points will be considered when the Commission makes its final decision.

Keep posted through the BCSEA website for news on Fortis’s advanced metering application, as it proceeds through the spring of 2013.

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Do you wonder why ‘smart’ electricity meters are called ‘smart’? Do you wonder what is going on with smart meters in BC?

Smart (or advanced) meters are the latest in exciting high-tech electronics. In the last three or four years, utilities across North America have suddenly started installing millions of them. In 2011, BC Hydro began installing the meters for all its customers. In July 2012, FortisBC’s electricity utility in south central BC asked the Utilities Commission for permission to do the same in its service territory.

Supporters say smart meters will greatly improve the efficiency and capabilities of the electricity grid, while saving money and enhancing consumer service. Detractors complain of the high cost (up to $500 per meter), the uncertain benefits, and the alleged radiation hazards to people, animals and even plants.

Here’s BCSEA’s view of the pros and cons of smart meters:

Pros:

Theft reduction:

Smart meters will deter electricity theft, mainly by illegal marijuana grow-ops, through better detection of unmetered electricity losses.

Reduced site calls:

Remote meter reading over radio frequencies will greatly reduce manual meter reading by people driving vehicles. This will reduce costs, vehicle miles and modestly reduce air emissions. The remote connection and disconnection of electricity service will also reduce site visits by service people.

System optimization:

Utilities should be able to save energy by matching more closely the amount of power they put into the grid with customersí needs.

Improved information on energy use to customers:

If customers choose, smart meters will be able to offer almost real-time information on customers’ energy use through in-home devices: software that can speak to the smart meters and potentially even control appliances such as fridges and washing machines.

Time-of-use rates:

Utilities will be able to offer time-of-use rates to customers to encourage energy conservation and shift demand away from peak times, when electricity costs the most.

Electric vehicle service enhancement:

Smart meters could potentially enhance charging services for electric vehicles by allowing secure, individualized electronic billing at charging stations.

Reduced electricity bills:

Cost reductions enabled by smart meters should put downward pressure on customersí electricity bills.

Cons:

High up-front costs and ratepayer risk:

The up-front installation cost for 1.8 million meters in BC Hydro’s service area is $930 million, or $500 per customer. FortisBC wants to install 130,000 meters with an up-front cost of $51 million, or $400 per customer. If the cost is not balanced by the savings, the smart meter capital costs could add 2 to 3 percent to electricity bills.

Fortis estimates it will save $105 million over twenty years though theft reduction, about half of the total estimated cost benefit from its advanced meters. BC Hydro also expects theft reduction to account for just under half of its total cost savings. But these estimated savings rely on un-proven assumptions about the number of grow-ops and how they will respond to anti-theft measures. There is no established track record from other places to confirm the estimated savings.

Claimed radiation hazard:

Some customers worry about harm to their health from the radiation from smart meters. The meters emit at the frequency of radio waves when they communicate with the utility’s head office, or (if enabled by the customer) when they communicate with in-home devices that display a customer’s electricity use.

BCSEA is actively reviewing the evidence on smart meters in the Utilities Commissionís review of Fortisís advanced metering application. We support a full and thorough review, including of any health hazard to humans or others. Our minds are open in the issue, but so far we have seen nothing to concern us.

 

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There’s growing concern among experts that the proliferation of glowing gadgets like computers may fool your brain into thinking that it’s still daytime after the sun has gone down. Exposure during the night can disturb sleep patterns and exacerbate insomnia.

Such concerns are not new — Thomas Edison may have created these problems when he invented the light bulb. But the problem has grown worse thanks to the popularity of Apple’s new slate computer, the iPad.
Many consumers use an iPad to read at night, and unlike paper books or e-book readers like the Amazon Kindle, which does not emit its own light, the iPad’s screen shines light directly into your eyes from a relatively close distance.

According to CNN:
“That makes the iPad and laptops more likely to disrupt sleep patterns than, say, a television sitting across the bedroom or a lamp that illuminates a paper book, both of which shoot far less light straight into the eye, researchers said.”
Dr. Mercola’s Comments:

Everything in nature has a rhythm, and that includes your body. The ebb and flow of the ocean’s tide, the rising and setting of the sun, and the transition from one season to another all happen with comforting regularity. Your body, too, strives to keep its 24-hour cycle, or circadian rhythm, steady and even.
This is why most of us naturally feel like waking when the sun comes up, and sleeping when it’s dark.

Researchers have also shown how your circadian rhythm is involved in everything from sleep, to weight gain, mood disorders, and a variety of diseases.
Unfortunately, modern life throws multiple wrenches into the works, as it were, mainly by artificially extending ‘daytime.’
Glowing Gadgets Fool Your Brain and Disrupts Your Circadian Rhythm
The advent of the light bulb may have been bad enough, but today there are any number of glowing gadgets tricking your brain into thinking it’s still day time, well past sundown.
This extended exposure to artificial light can disrupt your sleep cycle and make minor insomnia worse.

Why is that so?
Because when light receptors in your eyes are triggered, they signal your brain to ‘stay awake.’ To do that, your brain stops secreting melatonin, which is both a hormone and a potent antioxidant against cancer.
Normally, your brain starts secreting melatonin around 9 or 10 pm, which makes you sleepy. These regularly occurring secretions thus help regulate your sleep cycle. However, if you regularly trick your brain into altering this cycle, sleep disturbances are not far behind. It can even create a state of permanent “jet lag.”

The trouble with many of the electronic gadgets available today is the type of light they emit.
Computer screens and most light bulbs emit blue light, to which your eyes are particularly sensitive simply because it’s the type of light most common outdoors during daytime hours. As a result, they can disrupt your melatonin production.
The CNN article above details one man’s personal experiment to test the veracity of the claim that night time light exposure will disrupt your sleep.

“J.D. Moyer decided recently to conduct a little experiment with artificial light and his sleep cycle. The sleep-deprived Oakland, California, resident had read that strong light — whether it’s beaming down from the sun or up from the screens of personal electronics — can reset a person’s internal sleep clock.
So, for one month, whenever the sun set, he turned off all the gadgets and lights in his house — from the bulb hidden in his refrigerator to his laptop computer.

It worked.
Instead of falling asleep at midnight, Moyer’s head was hitting the pillow as early as 9 p.m. He felt so well-rested during the test, he said, that friends remarked on his unexpected morning perkiness.
“I had the experience, a number of times, just feeling kind of unreasonably happy for no reason. And it was the sleep,” he said. “Sure, you can get by with six or seven hours, but sleeping eight or nine hours — it’s a different state of mind.”

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The European Difference
In an article for GQ Gentlemen’s Quarterly (Feb. 2010), Christopher Ketcham writes, “The concern about Wi-Fi is being taken seriously in Europe. In April 2008, the national library of France, citing possible ‘genotoxic effects,’ announced it would shut down its Wi-Fi system, and the staff of the storied Library of Sainte-Genevieve in Paris followed up with a petition demanding the disconnection of Wi-Fi antennas and their replacement by wired connections. Several European governments are already moving to prohibit Wi-Fi in government buildings and on campuses, and the Austrian Medical Association is lobbying for a ban of all Wi-Fi systems in schools, citing the danger to children’s thinner skulls and developing nervous systems.” The Austrian city of Saltzburg removed Wi-Fi from its schools in 2007. Ketcham reports that in Spain, Ireland and Israel, sabotage and attacks on cell phone transmission towers have become “a regular occurrence.”

In June 2009, the Parliament of Liechtenstein ordered cell phone companies to limit EMR power density levels to those recommended by the BioInitiative Report. According to the Victoria-based Citizens Against Un-Safe Emissions website (www.causetm.ca), when the cell phone companies threatened to leave the country, “Parliament countered by saying that if they did, the government would take over their operations and lease them to complying companies.”

In a recent paper entitled “A Tale of Two Countries,” Dr. Magda Havas notes that Switzerland is now providing free fibre optic connections to schools through the Swiss government’s telecommunication provider, Swisscom. The Swiss guidelines for microwave radiation exposure to the public are 100 times more stringent than Canada’s. China’s are thousands of times more stringent.

GQ’s Christopher Ketcham memorably states: “The only honest way to think of our cell phones is that they are tiny, low-power microwave ovens, without walls, that we hold against the sides of our heads.” More than 22 million Canadians have cell phones, in what is now a $17 billion industry in Canada.

Warnings for children
According to Dr. Havas’ research, health officials in various countries have issued warnings for children to limit their use of cell phones: United Kingdom (2000), Germany (2007), France (2008), Russia (2008), India (2008), Toronto Public Health (2008), Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (2008), Belgium (2008), Israel (2008), Japan (2008), Finland (2008), South Korea (2009), and the US Federal Communication Commission (2009). Following the release of the Interphone Study (see page 9), the European Union is funding a new study to investigate the risk of brain tumours among children and teens using cell phones.

New research has revealed that the use of cell phones within a metal enclosure (car, train, subway, streetcar, bus) increases radiation exponentially, not only because of metal’s properties, but because the phone sporadically powers-up in a moving vehicle to reach each new transmitter en route.

Disconnect
On Nov. 22, a packed hall at the University of Toronto heard Dr. Havas and Dr. Devra Davis address wireless issues. Canada’s guidelines on microwave radiation “are among the worst in the world,” Havas told the crowd, and she predicted that by 2017, some “50 percent” of the population of Canada will have developed electrical sensitivity, “which is escalating.”

Dr. Devra Davis is the author of the newly released book Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation, What the Industry Has Done To Hide It, and How To Protect Your Family (Dutton, 2010). Davis reminded the audience that “We are up against a multi-billion-dollar industry,” which has “fostered confusion” about the issues. “Science is used as a form of public-relations,” she said, resulting in “doubt creation.” Her book explores a number of instances in which important microwave/health research has been stopped, distorted, or suppressed. She includes chilling scientific reports about EMR causing broken strands of DNA and breaching of the blood-brain barrier, which would allow the body’s stored toxins to enter the brain. “It’s not the power that’s the issue, it’s the pulsed signal,” she said.

Davis informed the crowd that scientists in 1996, in coming up with ways to estimate exposures from cell phones, invented SAM, or “Standard Anthropomorphic Man” – weighing in at 200 pounds, standing 6 feet two inches tall, with an ll-pound head, and making only six-minute phone calls. SAM is the measure by which cell phone safety is still determined, said Davis. Meanwhile, “We are in the midst of an unprecedented biological experiment.” Holding up her entwined fingers, Dr. Davis said, “Industry Canada, Health Canada, and [the wireless] industry are like this.”

On Dec. 6, Vancouver’s Wavefront technology hothouse – a joint venture by government and industry housed at UBC – received $11.6 million in federal money from Industry Minister Tony Clement to make BC “the centre of excellence” for Canadian wireless research and development. The goal of the funding is to spawn 150 new wireless companies and “take wireless innovation and commercialization to the next level.”

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During three days of hearings on health impacts of Wi-Fi and wireless technologies, which wrapped up on Oct. 28th, 2010, Canada’s Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health heard from some of the top international experts in the field, many of whom roundly criticized Health Canada’s protection of Canadians from the dangers of non-ionizing microwave radiation.

Dr. Olle Johansson, testifying by teleconference from Sweden, said Canada’s Safety Code 6 is “completely out of date and obsolete” in terms of protecting people from “prolonged low-intensity exposures” to microwave radiation from cell phones, cell towers and masts, and Wi-Fi. The safety level in Canada’s Safety Code 6 is some 6,000 times less stringent than the safety level advocated in the 2007 BioInitiative Report, which was released by the University of Albany and includes expert international research (such as that of Dr. Johansson) on electromagnetic radiation (EMR), electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and brain tumours, leukemia and other illnesses [see the Sept.-Oct. 2007 Watershed Sentinel]. http://www.watershedsentinel.ca/content/jumping-wireless-bandwagon-wifi-and-you

Dr. Martin Blank, Columbia University researcher in bioelectromagnetics, told the Committee, “The European Union voted to review their own [safety] standards on the basis of The BioInitiative Report.” But Brenda Peterson of Health Canada countered: “The BioInitiative Report was biased. We do not support the findings,” she told the Parliamentary Committee. In spring 2010, Health Canada issued this statement: “Health Canada has no scientific reason to consider the use of wireless communications devices, such as cell phones, BlackBerrys, wireless laptop computers and their supporting infrastructure, dangerous to the health of the Canadian public.”

“I have heard over and over again that the levels of [EMR] exposure are low,” Dr. Johansson told the Committee. “In the room you’re sitting in right now, just from the third generation [3G] mobile telephony…you are sitting in levels that are approximately one million billion times above natural background [radiation]. There you have your question mark: are we really built for a microwave life at such extreme levels?” 4G mobile telephony is set to be released in Canada within months.

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Is Wi-Fi Wireless Radiation Frying Our Brains? Part 2

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Is Wi-Fi Wireless Radiation Frying Our Brains? Part 1

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Since brain tumours often develop very slowly it may be many years before the full impact of our reliance on mobiles becomes clear. But they are already implicated in another area of concern to health professionals, the onset of dementia in those under 65.

Experts are at a loss to explain the increase in this condition which has seen a surge in demand for pre-senile dementia units across the country. But can we really be surprised when a study at the Institute of Environmental Medicine in Sweden confirmed this month that exposure to EMFs significantly accelerates brain degeneration?

The risks posed by EMFs are recognised not only by scientists, but hard-headed commercial organisations. In 1997, the insurance company Swiss-Re identified EMFs as likely to cause the biggest increase in claims in years to come. Swiss-Re and other insurers have therefore refused to indemnify the mobile phone operators against health claims from their customers.

Even so, we should not hold out much hope of our politicians protecting us from EMFs. The mobile phone industry in the UK contributes around £20 billion in tax every year, so it’s hardly likely the Government will take action to reduce the number of calls.

Indeed, it seems to be going in almost the opposite direction, encouraging the installation of Wi-Fi networks in our schools with tactics which sometimes verge on coercion. I’ve been told about a school which was threatened that it would receive no further government funding for computer technology if it did not install Wi-Fi.
In the absence of official intervention, it’s down to all of us to protect ourselves. My aim as a campaigner is not to scare people but inform them about the risks, so they can choose to take precautions.

Not everyone will want to follow my example. Because of our concerns about electrosmog, my wife and I have moved to a cottage in Scotland out of range of any mobile phone network. But there are small steps which we can all take. We should all try to use hands-free sets. And women should stop carrying mobiles in their bras (breast tissue being particularly susceptible to mobile phone microwaves), a trend which is becoming alarmingly fashionable.

We should also avoid cordless phones. Their base stations transmit 100 pulses a second, 24/7, even if you’re not using the phone, and at power levels equivalent to having a small mobile phone mast in your home.
You might also consider whether you really need wireless internet access in your home. One option is to buy dLAN adaptors which transmit the internet signal around the house by way of your ordinary electrical wiring.
Such changes will require small adjustments to our modern lifestyles. But until the evidence against EMFs is proven or disproven, these are surely sacrifices well worth making.

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