By B.N. Frank
Electrical pollution – also referred to as “Electrosmog” – can cause a variety of symptoms and illnesses including respiratory issues. 5G, Bluetooth, cell phone and WiFi radiation are all sources of “Electrosmog”. For many years health experts have been advising that we reduce our exposure because of increased cancer risk as well as other pesky and life-threatening illnesses. Instead, the exact opposite has been happening.
Regardless, the warnings continue. American Academy of Pediatrics has warned that children are more vulnerable to all sources of wireless radiation. Even so – there is still no “safe” level of exposure that has been scientifically determined for kids or pregnant women! More recently IEEE warned about exposure risks AND that wireless wearables ONLY be worn when absolutely necessary. The Russian Minister of Health also advised that families reduce children’s exposure to WiFi during the pandemic.
But I digress. From Dr. Magda Havas in re a study on wireless radiation exposure to 1400 rats regarding respiratory health:
Dose-response (lethality) data have been obtained for rats exposed frontally to CW [continuous wave] microwave radiation in the frequency range 0.9 to 8 GHz.
The cause of death has been established as congestion, hemorrhage, and obstruction of nasal passages and/or congestion, hemorrhage, and often edema of the lungs.
Of the four frequencies tested, the two most lethal frequencies (0.95 and 2.45 GHz) are commonly used for
Analog Mobile Phones (0.8 to 0.9 GHz)
Microwave Ovens (2.45 GHz)
Both digitally pulsed Cordless Phones and Wireless(WiFi) Routers (2.4 GHz).
some WiFi systems (4.54 GHz – 5.0 GHz).
The primary site of damage appears to be the blood vessels of the lung and respiratory tract with edema and hemorrhage representing changes in permeability of vessel walls.
Apparently, these frequencies are used for common household appliances because they aren’t licensed. More about that from her website:
…you do not need a license to operate your microwave oven, your WiFi, or your cordless digital phone. These frequencies are unlicensed and hence popular for common household and office equipment.