Tag Archives: RF

Landmark 5G/wireless study: New Hampshire officials recommend reducing public exposure, education on wireless health effects

Summary from EMF Safety NetworkNovember 5, 2020 The state of New Hampshire established a legislative commission to study the environmental and health effects of 5G wireless technology in 2019.  They recently completed their final report which includes 15 recommendations to raise awareness, … Continue reading

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EPA admits no RF research review since 1984, no Congressional funding for RF matters, no exposure guidelines for trees or wildlife

From Environmental Health Trust EPA LETTER CONFIRMS LACK OF WIRELESS AND 5G SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR BIRDS, BEES AND TREES July 11, 2020 On July 8, 2020, Lee Ann B. Veal Director, Radiation Protection Division Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, … Continue reading

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Honeybees absorb high levels of RF-EMF

What this modeling shows is that the situation is not good now, and it’s going to get much worse under 5G regimes. Published January 2020: Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure of Western Honey Bees PDF Thielens A, Greco MK, Verloock L, … Continue reading

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IEEE Fellow James Lin calls on WHO to raise wireless radiation (RF) cancer classification

The time is right for the IARC to upgrade its previous epidemiology-based classification of RF exposure to higher levels in terms of the carcinogenicity of RF radiation for humans. —  Dr. James C. Lin Following the National Toxicology Program study … Continue reading

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Save the bees! 5G and the digital killing fields: Insect Inspector (VIDEO)

Today’s wireless radiation including 3G, 4G, and military use is linked to the catastrophic declines in insect life. What happens when 5G, using much higher and shorter frequencies, will be widespread and broadcast from space? Insects will only survive if … Continue reading

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Neptune smart/AMI water meters have 1-watt pulses

Showcased in 2018 by Neptune Technology Group, these AMI meters send 1-watt microwave radiation pulses every 7 ½ minutes, as well as 100 mW pulses every 14 seconds. The 1-watt pulses are for fixed network data collectors – eg. “small … Continue reading

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Retired NIH scientist: FDA downplaying clear evidence of cellphone-cancer link

From The Hill  November 13, 2018 There’s a clear cell phone-cancer link, but FDA is downplaying it By Ronald Melnick, opinion contributor The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill A recent study … Continue reading

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Alert! USAF military drill Jan. 26 – Feb. 18, 2018. EMF jamming of GPS across Western United States. Widespread health and environmental effects likely.

2-7-18 Update: This response from the National Institutes of Health: Thanks for your message. We’re sorry to hear of this situation. This matter is outside of NIH’s jurisdiction. If you have not done so already, you might file a formal … Continue reading

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RF radiation should be regarded as a human carcinogen causing glioma (brain tumors) — review of scientific literature

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2017/9218486/ Biomed Res Int. 2017;2017:9218486. doi: 10.1155/2017/9218486. Epub 2017 Mar 16. Evaluation of Mobile Phone and Cordless Phone Use and Glioma Risk Using the Bradford Hill Viewpoints from 1965 on Association or Causation. Carlberg M1, Hardell L1. Author information Abstract … Continue reading

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EMF damages chitin – the missing link to bee deaths and monarch butterfly declines? Will the Smart Grid, 5G, and Project Loon finish the bees?

Steep recent declines in bee and butterfly populations have alarmed biologists and the public. Parasites have caused recent devastating impacts to bees. Why is chitin important? Chitin, the second most important natural polymer in the world,… Chitin, the second most … Continue reading

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