Technology has allowed us many benefits, but what are the risks?

Information and research is slowly becoming available on the risks that technology poses on our bodies. In this article, a video is available to watch Dr Paul Ben-Ishai PhD Department of Physics Jerusalem, the Chief Editor of Radiation and Health and Adjunct Professor from Helsinki and MD Professor Emeritus Anthony Miller discuss their concerns on radio frequency that technology produces.

 What was found is that sweat ducts act like an antenna to absorb 5G radiation. One scientist voiced concerns on the effects on young brains and mentioned autistic syndrome. She demonstrates the effects on a 6 year old brain watching virtual reality simulations.

MD Professor Anthony Miller stated that radiofrequency fields are a probable human carcinogen and it could be a major health concern.

I’ve been recently reading articles on the thyroid. Apparently it is very susceptible to EMR and this study discusses mobile phone radiation and the absorption into thyroid tissue. Is this why there are so many thyroid disorders now?

Brussels has become the first major city to halt 5G due to health concerns.

“I cannot welcome such technology if the radiation standards, which must protect the citizen, are not respected, 5G or not. The people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health I can sell at a profit. We cannot leave anything to doubt.” – Céline Fremault, Minister of the Government (Brussels-Captial Region), responsible for Housing, Quality of Life, Environment and Energy.

 Dr. Martin Pall, the WSU Professor Emeritus whose research explains the mechanism of how wireless radiation causes harm in our cells, calls 5G “the stupidest idea in the history of the world.”

And this one is my favourite statement in the Brussels article-“However, within the corporatized halls of government, there is a well-worn pattern of voices of reason being drowned out by the frothed frenzy of technocratic corporations, who envision 5G as an unprecedented economic opportunity for the full-on commercial exploitation of reality.”

Jeromy Johnson, Masters of Engineering discusses the issues of wireless smart metres and cell towers in a TEDx talk here. He personally has suffered ill effects from this form of radiation.

 The science shows, he states, that we are all affected on some level. The reason is that our bodies are electric. This is how are nervous system operates. He recommends you google EMF research.  He states that we now have enough evidence to take precautions. The regulations are about 20 years old and need to be updated with all the evidence available. The science unfortunately is and has been heavily influenced by industry funding so there is definitely an influence of money in a lot of results available. Independent studies are the best to read. The solution he says is fibre optics.  Product designers including biophysicists and biologists would be helpful to make safer products to limit radiofrequency or ideally to remove it all together.

His recommendations

  1. Turn off wifi at night before you go to bed
  2. If the phone is on your body, put it on airplane mode.
  3. Use  the speaker or eartube headsets ( the industry is telling us NOW to keep it 1 inch away from the body- the industry= mobile phone companies)
  4. For children, download information on to the ipad then turn wifi off.
  5.  Turn off baby monitors at night

Dr Charlie Teo, an eminent Sydney neurosurgeon has voiced his concerns about mobile phones causing brain tumours. The Cancer Council  Australia squashed his theory stating that there was no evidence. The question is, is their evidence sources from independent studies or from industry funding? Esteemed scientists showing genuine concern is enough to make me have concerns. What about you?

A better way to use your phone.