Merriam Webster Adds “Microwave Sickness” to the Dictionary. EMF + WiFi = Microwave Sickness
By B.N. Frank
Last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued warnings that high levels of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF) in 1st world countries could affect 30% of the population. “Microwave Sickness” from exposure to EMF and “Electrosmog” was recognized as a medical illness several decades ago. It also affects animals. By 1971, The U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute had published research that exposure to non-ionizing radiation (aka cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation) was biologically harmful. In 1984, the U.S. EPA warned about various significant human health risks from exposure. In 1985, CNN reported that Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) had been used in weapons for what they described as “mind control.” It’s been widely reported that American Embassy workers in China and Cuba were also injured by microwave frequency weapons.
Thanks to Merriam Webster for adding “Microwave Sickness” to their dictionary.
From 5G Crisis:
Microwave sickness has now been formally added to the Merriam Webster dictionary. Read the definition here.