Smart Meters = EMR overload

WE ARE ALREADY BEING OVER EXPOSED TO A DAMAGING AMOUNT  OF ELECTRO-MAGNETIC RADIATION . . .

Part of the Exposing Faux Science series

What you don’t know about electrical pollution can hurt you!
In the laboratory, chronic exposure to low level electromagnetic fields clearly affects growth and development, stress response, immune response and many neurological functions. This is not surprising because at the cellular level we are all electrical beings. Epidemiologic studies relate electromagnetic fields to birth defects, psychosis, childhood leukemias and to other cancers, especially brain and reproductive tumors. (From Health Impacts from Electrical Pollution)

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Letter of caution to the California Public Utilities Commission from Professor Olle Johansson, Dept of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

Excerpt:

The recent determination of the World Health Organization (WHO) to include
radiofrequent radiation on the 2B list of carcinogens also applies to devices such as smart meters. Already September 4, 2008, the European Parliament voted 522 to 16 to recommend tighter safety standards for cell phones (Europ. Parl. resolution on the mid-term review of the European Environment and Health Action Plan 2004-2010). In light of the growing body of scientific evidence implicating cell phone use with brain tumors, the Parliament said, “The limits on exposure to electromagnetic fields [EMFs] which have been set for the general public are obsolete.” The European Parliament “was greatly concerned at the Bioinitiative international report concerning EMFs, which summarises over 1500 studies on that topic and which points in its conclusions to the health risks posed by emissions from mobile-telephony devices such as mobile telephones, UMTS, WiFi, WiMax and Bluetooth, and also DECT landline telephones, and now it is again – and more firmly and seriously – repeated in the form of WHO’s recent cancer classification.

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Interview with Professor Olle Johansson:

Part 1

Part 2-15

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