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Mosquito swarms are located over geopathic stress hot spots

Mosquito swarms are located over geopathic stress hot spots

If wildlife and especially insects are affected by EMF radiation, we all suffer

The latest reports from the UK stating electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, cellphone towers and broadcast transmitters pose a ‘credible’ threat to wildlife. Environmentalists warn the 5G roll out could cause greater harm. With the latest 5G technology coming online using the largely untapped bandwidth of the millimetre wavelength between 30 and 300 GHz on the radio spectrum using smaller base stations than current wireless technology the effects to humans and animals is expected to compound. Could our obsession with mobile technology destroy wildlife?

The magnetic orientation of birds, mammals and invertebrates such as insects and spiders could be disrupted by electromagnetic radiation (EMR). It is also established that plant metabolism is altered by EMR.

The Cryptochromes (photoreceptors that regulate entrainment by light of the circadian clock in plants and animals) are very badly affected by weak oscillating electromagnetic fields that are orders of magnitude weaker than the Earth’s steady magnetic field. Disrupting both solar and magnetic navigation, which can account for colony collapse disorder in bees. If we lose the bees we lose the ability for our food plants to be pollinated.

This whole subject was already warned about in an article in 2018 by Ulrich Dr. Warnke titled ‘The Bird, the Bees and Mankind’. A very interesting read. Find it here.

radiation exposure and breast cancer

radiation exposure and breast cancer

Effects of exposure to RF (Radio Frequency) radiation on people

237 scientists have signed an appeal to the United Nations asking them to take the risks posed by electromagnetic radiation more seriously.

Radiation has known potential effects. Cancer incidences, fertility issues, immune system function, possible DNA damage, cell structural changes, blood brain barrier permeability, calcium levels between cells, melatonin production, blood pressure and heart rate fluctuations.

Check out our research section.
Here are a few highlights:

EMF research
Increased cancer identified within 500m from cell-phone towers (link)
Adult leukeamia risk increase near phone towers (UK study)
Living near phone towers linked to tiredness, headache, sleep disturbance, discomfort, irritability, depression, loss of memory, dizziness, libido decrease (Read about survey)
Difference in phone tower radiation levels in schools linked to increased risk of Diabetes Mellitus (read full report)

Type 3 Diabetes caused by electronic pollution

Diabetes and Electrosensitivity:  A Canadian study investigated that if you have difficulty regulating your blood sugar and you are electrically sensitive you may have type 3 diabetes according to their research published in the Journal Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine in 2008.

Unlike Type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes) that is largely genetically controlled, and Type 2 diabetes (adult onset) that increases with obesity, Type 3 diabetes is influenced by environmental exposure to electromagnetic pollutants.

 

Wildlife, insects, people and our offspring, we are all affected by electronic pollution. We may not be symptomatic jet, but affected we all are.

 

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2018-05-22T11:46:03+00:00 By |Tags: , , , , |

About the Author:

Allen Cheney
Since primary school and playing with iron filings and electric field experiments, Allen has been interested in the effects of radiation on people. Allen is a Geobiologist in NSW, Australia and travels nation-wide.

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