In 1971, the U.S. Office of Naval Medical Research issued a report listing various types of health effects produced by exposures to microwave frequency electromagnetics fields (EMFs).
In it they listed over 100 different effects produced by low intensity, non-thermal exposures. These include:
The Naval report also provided approximately 2,000 studies documenting the various non-thermal effects of these low intensity microwave frequencies (EMFs).
Since then, there have been dozens of other reviews that have documented non-thermal effects and thousands of specific studies.
In 2015, an appeal to the UN and all member states was signed by 206 scientists from 40 countries. The appeal states that the current safety guidelines/standards are inadequate because they don’t take into consideration non-thermal effects. The 206 scientist signers all had published peer-reviewed scientific papers on biological effects of EMFs, collectively having published over 2,000 such papers.
With such a petition by eminent scientists, there should be no question that there is an international scientific consensus on the existence of non-thermal health effects. The calculations of industry claiming that these EMF fields are not strong enough to do anything are off by a factor of sometimes 7.2 million (which means they allow us to be exposed to EMFs that are 7.2 million times too high). We know that ionizing radiation knocks electrons out and produces free radicals. There is a strong argument that microwaves are more dangerous than ionizing radiation (the opposite of what we’ve been told).
Other pathological effects in regard to attack on brain function and attack on the integrity of our genes include:
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