“You really don’t hear buzzing or tinkling or frequencies, you just have tinnitus and… you’re very upset”
I first learned about microwave radiation in an improvised manner in 2013. First, I have to say I’ve been a huge fan of wireless technology since I got my first MacBook in 2002. I’ve used wifi on the train in the pilot program on a commuter rail since its inception and loved the convenience (even The road became too slow to be used at all.) I had my entire residence on WIFI. My entire family had iPhones and iPads, and we all talked with cell phones and cordless right next to our heads. I always noticed that my ears would heat up and got irritated after long conversations on my wireless phone, but I never really realized why until years later.
Fast forward three years after I bought the iPhone. I kept my iPhone in the same pocket in my pants. And one day, on the inside of my thigh muscle, a very strange fast rhythmic pulse would occur. I initially thought it was one of those muscle spasms that would go away, but it went on for over a week without stopping. Then in two weeks. It was strange. So, I considered all the possibilities that could be. I narrowed it down to my phone, after doing some research on how cell phones work.
I then realized that the pulses from the phone had somehow dragged my muscles to pulse as the phone was sending its signals to the nearest tower. I was so upset, but even more upset because I had a rhythmic pulse in my inner thigh that I had no idea it was going to go away. This led me to learning to keep my phone away from my body, and as it turns out, it’s in the phone’s operating instructions for keeping the phone away from the body. I wondered why this guideline existed, which led me to more and more scientific studies, spanning many years (including Dr. Carlo’s studies of industry). I wondered – how much microwave radiation do my family and I display? – I initially thought this was a harmless technique. I am a curious person by nature, so I had to keep looking. It was around this time that I started to have heart palpitations and trouble sleeping, which I had never felt before. I’ll get to what I found to be the reason later.
After conducting a comprehensive job search Martin Blank, And the Henry LeeYou’ve got a fuzzy electric field trimeter. My wifi router, DVD player, printers, and a slew of other electronic devices realized in the living room, along with my four laptops (and the corresponding bluetooth devices in my house were all sending out their own signals day and night. The phones were left on and charged next to our beds I realized I was doing all the wrong things with this technology We changed our behavior overnight No more phones under the pillow or sleeping with an iPad on the stomach No more leaving wifi all night Seems changing our behavior to live more safely with these Technology is the only option.I lived in an apartment, where we were also exposed to our neighbors’ wifi and other microwave signals.
I ended up figuring out how to hook up my entire condo. It helped me sleep, but not much. I was still reading a very strong signal from right under my bedroom/work place, working all day and sleeping at night. I could control the amount of microwaves I was showing my family, but not the neighbours.
Regarding my sleep issues and heart palpitations: Turns out my new neighbor had just installed a new wifi setup with two strong microwave signals right under my bed, which I had 24 hours a day. I asked her if she could turn one off, and she did (Comcast installs both signals by default on setup, and only turns off the second if the user asks for it), and saw an immediate improvement in my heart palpitations, and my sleep patterns were not noticeably affected. So simply reducing the amount of microwave exposure has helped my health, but I realize that we shouldn’t expose ourselves to non-ionizing microwave radiation at current frequencies and duration.
My son and his school
I had to delve deeper into society when my son (whom I didn’t tell any of this at the time) kept coming home with headaches and a need for sleep, something uncharacteristic of him. I toured his classrooms, and noticed that some rooms had industrial strength WIFI routers. I made a connection, and I read Bioiniatitive Report My son’s symptoms were consistent with the levels of data in the studies.
I took measurements at his school and determined that the levels our children are exposed to cause cellular damage to our children, which will ultimately affect their ability to learn. We are already seeing a correlation between the launch of wireless technology in schools and lower test scores across the board.
I was concerned that if it affects my child, the WIFI and microwave radiation in our schools is a threat to all of our children. I suggested to schools in my town that we use the precautionary principle and stick to wired connections instead of WIFI. So far, they haven’t changed their policy here.
It was then that I found a lot of other people who experienced the same things I was feeling, coming from all over the state, even from the country. I realized this was more than an isolated incident, its way bigger than me and my family.
Even with the neighbors’ WIFI turned off in the basement, Comcast came to other units around me, drowning my family in an EMF swamp we couldn’t avoid, so I found a single family home so I could be away from electric smog sources. . I found this helped me with the health issues I was having in the apartment, and it was a small price to pay for my health. I have educated my children about the risks, and I hope they will become custodians of this knowledge and pass on safety precautions to their children as well.
Years have passed since that first muscular flick, but it opened my eyes to this invisible world of the electromagnetic spectrum and its potential dangers if not used wisely and respectfully for all living things. We need to stop the spread of millimeter waves in our neighbourhoods, because unlike ever before, they will invade and poison the safe spaces of our homes. “chuck”
In June 2013, when I was 64, I was bitten by a deer tick. I did get Lyme disease, but luckily I started taking the antibiotic the same day I got bull’s-eye. Six months later I started having headaches all day long. I’ve never had a headache for more than two hours in my life. I went to see my doctor. She referred me to a series of specialists. Finally I saw the best headache specialist in New England in Worcester. He said he sees dozens of other patients a week now with the same complaint, and he and his colleagues call it the syndrome of a “new, daily, persistent headache.” He said there was no known cure but he would take me to a study on potential medications.
I came home very depressed. But I couldn’t believe that not only was there a known cure, there was no known reason to start it. I have been in good health all my life. I started studying possibilities online. In my exploration, I found a headache link from EMR (electromagnetic radiation).
I live near a TV tower. I borrowed an EMR meter to see if the tower affects me. When I turned on the counter in my office, the arrow went to the far end of the scale. In the end, I decided that the source wasn’t the TV tower, but two items in my office (1) the wireless router and (2) the wireless phone base. When I moved it from my office to another room, the rate of electromagnetic radiation dropped to tolerably low levels. (Eventually, I bought a new cordless phone with ECO remote controls.) To my happy surprise, the headache stopped immediately. I spend about 8 to 14 hours a day in my home office. Now, I realize this is an anecdotal evidence. As a science intern, I came to the conclusion that Lyme disease impaired my ability to deal with electromagnetic radiation. Before Lyme, I was able to work with an EMR level in my office, but then I couldn’t do that anymore, until I removed the excess radiation. I’ve been headache-free ever since. Respectfully, Drew.
Chuck and AL’s stories reminded me of a call I recently received from a landscaper. He wanted to borrow an EMF detection meter to check in his home office, to see if it was a “hot spot” because he’d notice the sensations in his ears and pressure in his skull, and hear a high-pitched sound when he’s in the room. He was preoccupied with a wireless phone and base, a router, a wireless computer setup, and a wireless printer. Yes, it was “hot”. The most disturbing thing was that the bedroom was above the wreckage of the radio train.
The recipe for wise societies: allowing awareness, testing cognitive dissonance to question inaccurate assumptions, re-establishing cognitive coherence that processes new information even if it conflicts with the stream of societal beliefs, Don’t give up on other people’s ideas and suffering
The first step is to pay close attention, not to dismiss messages from one’s physiology. A wise society listens, examines, and takes action To protect everyone, especially children.
Actions for Smart People and Smart Societies
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Ask your library to purchase and borrow a sound meter: Sissy Duquette MSc in Secure Technology Its public library helped it become the first in the country to lend a radiation detection meter, and it hosts a series of documentaries on EMF/RF/EMF.
Be a part, citizen science: the The global RF project needs volunteers “This project entails measuring radio frequencies along the main street in the city center at intersections (so that the measurements can be repeated at the same locations). We will provide the volunteers with the protocol on how to conduct monitoring and how to record the data. The total time involved in this project is about two hours and this includes measurements and submission data “.
Top image courtesy of Smart Grid Syndrome activist Sandra ChianvuniفونAnd the Sandora’s Blog
The tinnitus that is heard around the world and we are all lied to has been explained
This is part of the 5G series for Father’s Day that you can read in full Here.
Patricia Burke works with activists across the country and advocates internationally for the identification of new biologically based limits for microwave radiofrequency exposure. It is based in Massachusetts and can be accessed at [email protected].