In 2014, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) posted “We recommend caution in cellphone use,” on their website. Within weeks of posting their cell phone caution online, the passage was removed, along with a section that addressed potential risks of cell phone use for children. More than 500 pages of internal records suggest controversy at the agency over how to address cell phone risks, including disagreements about such risks among its scientists.
On May 11, 2015, the Appeal was submitted to His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, to Dr. Margaret Chan, MD, Director General of the World Health Organization, and to the United Nations Member States. The International EMF Scientist Appeal was initially signed by 190 scientists from 39 nations. These scientists have collectively published over 2,000 peer-reviewed papers on the biological or health effects of non-ionizing radiation, part of the EMF spectrum that includes Extremely Low Frequency fields (ELF) used for electricity, or Radio Frequency radiation (RFR) used for wireless communications.
A leading Fortune 500 insurance firm has warned the industry that “unforeseen consequences of electromagnetic fields” could lead to a raft of claims and significant liability losses.
There is much literature in the alternative health field regarding the dangers of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from items such as cell phones, but Dave Stetzer explains that the hazards of electrical current generated by power companies are greater than most of us realize, and that electromagnetic pollution is not strictly a wireless device problem.
La Quinta Middle School is back in the spotlight - finally. This is the school Dr. Samuel Milham published a study about in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine. Dr. Milham found that the readings on the Stetzerizer Microsurge Meter correlated with the risk of cancer in teachers. Now hopefully they will be forced to fix the problem!!!
EMF, electropollution, and dirty electricity: these are a few of the many terms used to describe harmful man-made energy or radiation. It’s widely known that there are health effects, but this topic can easily seem confusing and overwhelming. This article explains the different types of EMF energy and provides practical information on what can be done to reduce and eliminate this pollutant.
The EU’s European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) recently issued a draft document on Electromagnetic hypersensitivity. It gives a superb analysis of the scope of the issue but what I particularly like are the very positive pro-active steps it proposes for dealing with EMFs.
When Thomas Edison began wiring New York City with a direct current electricity distribution system in the 1880s, he gave humankind the magic of electric light, heat, and power; in the process, though, he inadvertently opened a Pandora’s Box of unimaginable illness and death.
Ironically, now that PG&E is offering to disable the wireless RF function (for a hefty price) in their smart meters, we find that there’s an another extremely critical problem with the meters. Just when you thought you had mastered all the esoteric acronyms, and all the problems with ‘smart’ meters, here’s one more: Switching-Mode Power Supply or SMPS. This new element in the ‘smart’ meter controversy deserves immediate full official and public attention.
In this video, Shaun Kranish the EMF Explorer from ElectraHealth.com shows a real life example of electrical current - electricity - on plumbing pipes. Water pipes in this case. A DIY (do-it-yourself) solution to measure and fix the problem is described in detail.