Class observed when Wi-Fi on, plants did not grow and when the Wi-Fi off, the plants grew.
Stop Untested Microwave Radiation of Children’s Brains and Eyes
EHT Scientists Urge Google
Scientific imaging shows how children absorb radiation from Smartphones
in Virtual reality cardboard positions.
Environmental Health Trust (EHT) scientists are calling on Google to stop the spread into schools of wireless virtual reality system Global Expeditions Pioneer Program where middle-school children hold a cell phone encased in a cardboard box in front of their eyes to take virtual expeditions to Mars, the moon, and other special places.
“Two-way microwave radiation transceivers, in the form of Smartphones, should not be used directly in front of children’s eyes and brains,” cautions University of Utah Distinguished Prof. Om Gandhi, who is one of the original developers of testing to evaluate wireless radiation from cellphones and is a Senior Advisor to EHT.
Please help support filmmaker Christina Neferis finish her feature film Power Lines.
Power Lines is a documentary that explores the 40 year controversy behind these massive transmission lines and the intense debate between homeowners, environmentalists, journalists, doctors, scientists, activists and power line companies. The aim is to educate and inform the world as to what Power Lines do. The pros, the cons, the dangers to all of us.
The film is currently in production and Christina has a lot more to do and a lot more places to visit all across America. Your donation will greatly help her with hiring a crew, travel expenses, animation, archive footage and post production.
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Following on from the last message on the Australian 5G inquiry here are some submission quotes which clearly illustrate a willful maintenance of a state of scientific ignorance and outright lies, based on Procrustean Approach principles. The first is from ACEBR then from Vodafone, and lastly from Telstra.
1) Quoting from the ACEBR submission, page 3, section 5.1:
As described in Section 4, the ARPANSA RPS3 protects against ‘all’ adverse health effects caused by RFEMF exposure. The limits have indeed been set to protect against thermal effects, but this is merely because these represent the lowest RF-EMF exposure levels capable of adversely affecting health, and so if there are any other adverse health effects that require higher RF-EMF exposure levels to occur, these will also be protected against.
2) And from the Vodafone submission, page 3:
It is important to recognise that Australia has some of the most comprehensive and stringent radio frequency safety and electromagnetic energy (EME) compliance requirements in the developed world. Pre-design risk assessments, publicly available community environmental EME reports, and independently certified site-specific compliance assessments are just some of the requirements that apply to new radiocommunications facilities, technology upgrades to existing facilities, and ongoing site operation.