Microwave radiation: why should consumers be concerned…? …Where does one go to get the truth…???

clip_image002 Microwave radiation: why should consumers be concerned…?

…Where does one go to get the truth…???

 

Microwave radiation: why should consumers be concerned?

How do you think consumers, taxpayers, local governance and enforcement agencies would react if a federal or state law were passed which required herbicides (toxic chemical substances that kill plants) be sprayed by companies or contractors daily—every minute of the day—and those laws, plus the spraying activities those laws enabled, could not be opposed nor challenged by citizens or local governments for health reasons or other valid concerns, e.g., those herbicides were damaging and killing vegetable gardens, fruit trees, lawns including trees and shrubs, plus causing serious headaches, sinusitis, liver, kidney and eye problems, skin rashes and even brain fog?

What if there were daily, hour-by-hour, minute-by-minute aerial spraying and dispersal of Agent Orange; Monsanto’s Dicamba [1]; Dow’s Enlist Duo [2]; or glyphosate [3]!  Whoa! You probably are saying.  Would there be “hell in camp” to pay by all parties involved, if that actually were to take place?

Well, dear readers, something equally as unsafe has been and is taking place minute-by-minute with 24/7/365 exposures with unsuspected adverse health consequences high tech consumers don’t realize are going on.  It’s called microwave radiofrequencies emitted by cell towers and other microwave technologies, AMI Smart Meters, smart appliances and gadgets which emit RFs enveloping humans, the environment and all life forms in a “sea of non-ionizing electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and radiofrequencies (RFs).”

Both toxic chemicals and EMFs/RFs are assaults on all life forms

With herbicides, there can/may be an unpleasant odor and/or an almost immediate immune response or reaction, e.g., breathing problems, skin rashes, burning eyes, etc.  Whereas with microwave EMFs/RFs, reactions take place at cellular, molecular and neurological levels with short-to-long range consequences, one of which can be cancer!  The most frequent short-range adverse health consequence is electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) [4] or what an astute MD would diagnose as idiopathic environmental intolerance (IEI).

The World Health Organization in 1996 proposed the term “idiopathic environmental intolerance” (IEI) be used instead, because it avoids unsubstantiated assumptions of etiology, and many people attribute symptoms to environmental agents other than chemicals, such as food or electromagnetic forces [8]. [5]

[CJF emphasis]

Microwave radiofrequencies “spew” constantly from cell, stingray, GWEN towers and/or antennas of all sorts, magnitudes and bandwidths.  The highly-anticipated 5G bandwidth will require more cell towers than ever to the point where one could be placed on your property without your approval or consent, and there’s nothing you can do to stop it according to regulations!

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 is a law which stripped all States and local governments of their power to consider the potential adverse health impacts of RF radiation from Cell Towers and Cell Antennas, when a wireless company files any type of zoning application seeking to install them.

As hand-crafted by those lobbying for the wireless industry, Section 704 of the Act provides:

“No State or local government or instrumentality thereof may regulate the placement, construction, and modification of personal wireless service facilities on the basis of the environmental effects of radio frequency emissions to the extent that such facilities comply with the Commission’s regulations concerning such emissions.”

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