The Truth About Mobile Phones And Wireless Radiation – The New Tobacco Industry!!!

Posted by Pam Jones | TLB writer/reporter &

By Suzanne Maher


[An e]xcellent presentation from Dr. Devra Davis about the health hazards of wireless radiation [is shown below].  Dr Davis is the founding director of the toxicology and environmental studies board at the U.S. National Academy of Sciences.

Currently there are over 6 billion cell phones and 8 billion wireless transmitting devices presently being used in the world today. Federal regulatory standards are set by the cell phone industry itself.  Cell phone manufacturers have borrowed the playbook of the tobacco industry.

Wireless devices break down the brains defenses and can cause brain illness, lowered sperm count, memory loss and cancer.

Dr. Davis states that it is the “pulsing not the power” which is negatively affecting our health.  Microwave ovens which operate at 1,000 watts of power have the same frequency has cell phones, and cell phones emit maximum power when you pick it up and put it to your head.

Children and smaller adults absorb more radiation than larger adults.  They have smaller heads to proportionally absorb more radiation.  Half of the world’s cell phone users are under twenty.

Studies that demonstrate the effects on the brain have not been accurate because brain cancer is slow to develop and can take over 10 years to reveal itself.

Why are we putting are children at risk for an epidemic of brain illness in the coming years?

A link to to Dr. Davis’ book; Disconnect:  The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation, What the Industry Has Done to Hide It, and How to Protect Your Family

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