"WiFi is an important threat to human health" is the title of a paper written by Prof. Martin L. Pall PhD, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University. This man is an authority in the field of research on the effects of technologies on the environment. He is definitely not exaggerating, he is not alone. He is joined by hundreds of science colleagues all over the world.
In this recent paper, he goes on to state that there are very clear effects of oxidative stress*, sperm and testicular damage, neuropsychiatric* effects such as EEG* changes, apoptosis*, cellular DNA damage, endocrine* changes, and calcium overload. He also explains the basic mechanism behind all this disruption. In the lexicon, you may find explanations for certain terms in clear, understandable language
Attacks our nervous systems, including our brains
Attacks the endocrine (hormonal) systems
Produces oxidative stress and free radical damage, which play essential roles in chronic diseases
Attacks the DNA of our cells, which is cancer producing
Produces high levels of apoptosis, which lead to neurodegenerative* diseases and infertility
Lowers male and female fertility
Produce excessive intracellular* calcium
Attacks the integrity of cells causing cancer
Let us see why electromagnetism is so very important. We will compare natural and man-made electromagnetism.
Electromagnetic energy is invisible. So, people ignore it. But it is everywhere, and it is the basis of life. The atmospheric electric field is generated in the space between Earth and the ionosphere. There is a great amount of electrical activity going on all the time. Every 2 seconds, there is lightning somewhere. This electricity flows through every living thing. It enters the top of every tree, flows down through the sap, and into the earth through the roots. It enters the top of our heads, flows down through our acupuncture meridians, and into the earth through the soles of our feet. It is what gives us life, maintains our health, and regulates our biological rhythms. Through it, we are part of the global electrical circuit.
They travel at the speed of light
They include ultraviolet waves
They can transfer energy through empty space
Llight (including ultraviolet and infrared)
Sound (including ultra high and very low frequency sound)
Electrical fields and currents
Technical wireless communication, such as mobile radio, radio, TV, and satellite, is only possible because the power density used far exceeds that of natural radiation. Natural radiation at the surface of the earth in the 300 MHz to 300 GHz range (this is microwave radiation) is approximately 0.001 microwatt/m2 (=0.001 μW/m2); today’s typical technically created radiation level in cities is 10 000 μW/m2 .
That is 1 000 000 times stronger than natural radiation!
Bees make use of the earth’s magnetic field and its daily fluctuations for their orientation and communication. At the same time, they take their bearings from the Sun's position. At the same time, they gain information on weather developments through the natural impulse signals in the atmosphere, i.e. sferics. Bees worldwide are suffering greatly from this EMF exposure. This has led to CCD (colony collapse disorder), and the future of the honey bee is in serious trouble.
Birds, especially the migrating species, have a difficult time finding their way because of the interference with the magnetic fields which are supposed to guide them. The same applies also to marine mammals such as whales and dolphins, beaching events occur more and more often.
Worldwide, trees are showing signs of acute stress. Plants are affected by the same mechanisms as other living creatures. Their growth and resilience are severely compromised. Trees seem to be like orchestra conductors in world of plants. If they are not doing well, the rest is affected. In industrial agriculture, this is even more telling. Year after year, agricultural lands are lost and crops fail due to current practices. The nutrition value of the modern crops raised with artificial fertilizers and pesticides are dropping all the time.
Other factors to consider
Airline jets exhaust contributes to problems in the atmosphere. Certain metallic additives are included in the fuels. As these are released into the atmosphere, they create interference with electromagnetic fields, cosmic radiation (the good part) and solar radiation. Another contributing factor is possibly HAARP or similar equipment around the world; it is capable of bending the ionosphere, through the use of enormous amounts of electrical power. This is added to the growing amount of electricity in the atmosphere.
The accepted standards for cell phone safety are based on SAR (specific absorption rate). This represents the amount of energy that is absorbed by the body when exposed to an electromagnetic field. This is usually heat. SAR for cell phones is based upon heat generation when calling. The norms set according to this method are much too high, and this science is considered obsolete: it does not represent the real damage that is being done. Every scientist in the field knows this and yet, the industry continues to use this absurd standard.
Following the Chernobyl incident, it was found that long-term continuous low level radiation of all types was as dangerous as high level doses of radiation. We have spoken a lot about wireless technology. All the other radiation technologies also play a role. It is the compound effect which the worst.