RF Health and Safety Research: 2018 Science Summary (NEW!)
A compelling and to the point report presented by Dr. Ed Kellogg to the Jackson County Board of Commissioners for the public record on August 22, 2018. Unlike Pacific Power and the Oregon PUC who have greatly misrepresented the facts, and made them very difficult to check, the author has made this document transparent. To make it easy for readers to check on the validity of the information provided, the references include clickable electronic links that go directly to the source material. Link below:
When measured from the same distance, how much RF microwave radiation do smart meters really emit compared to cell phones? A to the point report presented to the Jackson County Board of Commissioners for the public record on September 5, 2018. To make it easy for readers to check on the validity of the information provided, all references include clickable electronic links that go directly to the source material. Link below:
Dr. Paul Dart reviews the biological effects of radio frequency electromagnetic radiation also known as microwave exposure on the human body. He outlines the research done by many scientific studies all over the world only using studies that are statistically significant. These studies were done in cities all over the world with exposures that were well below the 600 microwatts per centimeter recommended by the FCC Guidelines.
FCC Guidelines on microwave exposures are not directed towards biological exposures and do not assert the safety of biological exposures. When they created these guidelines in 1999 they explicitly said that and a great deal of research has occurred since that time. Regulatory bodies have not kept up with this in terms of changing regulations. Regulatory agencies always lag behind the science. We saw that with global warming and ozone. If you are going to use this technology, you need to know how to minimize potential hazards from it.
Electrical Hyper Sensitivity, also known as EHS produces many symptoms. The symptoms of radio frequency microwave exposure are: memory problems, headache, difficulty concentrating, dizziness, sleep disruption, tinnitus, brain tumors, tremor, oxidative stress causing various forms of cancer such as leukemia and breast cancer, cardiac irregularities, fatigue, nausea, digestion disorders, appetite loss, ear problems, vascular problems, depression, irritability, allergy. They also alter hormone physiology and increase oxidative stress in living systems. Those alterations in physiology, can damage DNA, increase the incidence of some forms of cancer and not only decrease fertility in animals and human beings but cause genetic modifications to the eggs and sperm, therefore altering humanity permanently. For those more visually oriented you may want to begin by watching Dr. Paul Dart’s community presentation before digging into reading material below:
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Some of the most recent science includes the point by point review of the National Toxicology Program’s $25 million study of cancer risks from cell phone radiation in rats and mice. The review panel included 11 pathologists and toxicologists. The first link is an article that provides a good summary of the study’s findings. The links that follow include their draft report and copy of the roster of the actual panel that met late in March of 2018.
Additional studies that show correlation between cell phone use and increased incidence of certain types of cancers:
The link below will open a well referenced letter sent to Governor Brown of California that played a role in him not signing the bill (SB 649). If passed the bill (amongst other things) “Limits the creation or erection of unreasonable requirements for access to public rights-of-way by communications providers, including excessive delays in negotiations and approvals for communications facilities.” Thus paving the way for unimpeded implementation of their objective without regard to public (customer opinion, health or science). The Governor sent the bill back to the Senate on 10/15/2017. The deadline for action has now passed (March 3, 2018). Stay tuned!