Public Health, Democracy and the ‘Wireless Revolution’
Electro-Magnetic Radiation (EMR) pollution, or electro-smog, has changed the entire planetary environment since 1940 to one totally different from what our cells and all terrestrial lifeforms have evolved in for millennia.
It is no exaggeration to say that mounting scientific evidence increasingly shows that the global communications industry has literally turned our biosphere into an alien and potentially genocidal, ecocidal environment affecting all from soil microbes to humans. Our videos give an overview of the issue and the science and show those working for just and prudent policies for electromagnetic health protection.
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Reprinted from the Pt. Reyes Light:
War gaming the science on cell phones and health risks: A conversation with journalist Mark Dowie
By Mary Beth Brangan and Jim Heddle. 06/28/2018
We’ve been documenting the development of wireless microwave devices and the independent science on its effects for the past 20 years. So we were delighted by a recent confluence of events: the release of the National Toxicology Program peer-reviewed study and the publication of an article in The Nation, “How Big Wireless Convinced Us Our Cell Phones Are Safe,” focused on how industry war-gamed the science.Soon after, a major study was released in Italy that replicated the results of the National Toxicology Project study. Both found that the same rare cancers appeared in animal subjects exposed to both high and low levels of radio frequency electromagnetic radiation.We couldn’t resist interviewing Inverness resident Mark Dowie about all of it. Mark is a celebrated investigative reporter and historian, the author of many books, the winner of at least 19 journalism awards, a former publisher and editor of Mother Jones Magazine and the co-author with Mark Hertsgaard of the recent Nation article. Here is our conversation.