In Other News June 4, 2015

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We’ve discussed in detail on this show the various sources of microwave radiation in our environment including mobile phones, cell towers and so called smart meters. In past interviews guests such as Amy Worthington have explained the types of harmful effects from exposure to microwave radiation and RF such as 24 hours of cell phone use = 1600 chest X-rays. Wireless radiation opens the blood/brain barrier, allowing access for aluminum and sodium fluoride. The Russian government has warned pregnant mothers not to use cell phones. Past guest Dr. Korotkov mentioned that in Russia its forbidden to have schools, farms, and buildings under high intensity electrical wires. Not unlike the ubiquitous digital television conversion forced upon the public, nearly every cubic inch of space in our urban environments is now saturated with wireless frequency.

Yet in the western world, cautions against exposure to these frequencies were not properly released to the public. For some reason manufacturers of these products and various agencies responsible for warning consumers didn’t think it was necessary to effectively warn the public about the potential harm emanating from their devices. Remember the interview with Josh del Sol, director of Take Back Your Power? In his documentary it was pointed out by researchers how some people will feel wireless radiation expressed through headaches, weakness and some will not. Yet within both types of people reacting differently the blood shows an adverse effect, meaning those that don’t feel any symptoms are still being effected by microwave radiation.

 

Guest – Musician and Activist Heather Lane has recently found a place free of electromagnetic fields where she says that she can now begin to heal her body. The condition is defined on conventional websites as a group of symptoms purportedly caused by exposure to electromagnetic fields. Heather’s website – (IgnoranceandDenial)

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