WHERE WAS THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY FOR 50 YEARS WHEN CIGARETTES WERE MARKETED AS SAFE? THE SAME IS HAPPENING WITH THE MICROWAVE POISONING..WAKE UP AMERICA. HOW MUCH MORE DO YOU NEED TO EXPERIENCE AND WITNESS TO REALIZE YOU ARE BEING DUPED OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN. IT IS IRRESPONSIBLE TO DO NOTHING. IT IS NEGLECT, NOT TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN, ELDERLY, DISABLED, ANIMALS AND WILDLIFE; WHERE THEY CANNOT DEFEND THEMSELVES….SANDAURA (DON’T FOCUS ON THE CAPITAL LETTERS…..FOCUS ON THE CONTENT OF THE MESSAGE!!!!)
Singing the Body Electric, Part Three
“And the same thing is going to happen with this…”
It is, no doubt, an easy thing to believe that the angry customers at the March 24 LPEA meeting were unnecessarily fearful of electromagnetic radiation, and were allowing their imaginations to get the best of them. After all, cell phones have been a universally pervasive presence for at least the past decade, and WIFI computer connections have been running in every office and school and home for nearly that long.
And although America has seen an unprecedented rise in chronic childhood and adult diseases and disorders during the same decade, no one has been able to conclusively connect electromagnetic radiation to any of those diseases, in the same way that cigarettes were finally correlated with lung cancer in the 1970s.
As a friend wrote to me the other day, “Texas has had 6 million Smart Meters installed for the past four years, and no one seems to be complaining.”
But poisoning from cigarettes doesn’t happen in four years. Poisoning from nuclear radiation can show up thirty years after the initial exposure. Black lung disease strikes miners after many decades spent in the coal mines. Chronic illness does not behave like the measles — popping up, quickly, a few short days after an innocent visit to Disneyland. Sometimes, a chronic illness takes a lifetime to develop, and the root causes are most often untraceable and unknowable.
So we go about our normal lives, working in coal mines, and uranium processing plants, taking our cigarette breaks, and hoping for a long, healthy life — only to be surprised by the latest scientific research suggesting that our life might be much shorter than expected, and its ending more painful than we’d planned.