Wireless Microwave Radiation and American Hyperopia: the smoke and mirrors of a false dichotomy in the making.

Waiter, they will take number 2 with a side of fries.

In the not so distant future, the unmitigated public health disaster in the making directly resulting from the wireless microwave radiation bombardment of human populations and the resultant environmental and human tragedy EMF issue will all be blamed on Fukushima. Just watch the talking heads on the idiot box begin to lay out the biggest red herring in human history with a twinkle in their eyes deeply recessed into their teleprompter reading facelifted mugs. Ladies and gentlemen you and your children are being had in a big bad way.

Yes Fukushima is thousands and thousands of miles away and what is spewing out of there is being diluted by quadrillions of gazillions of gallons of water and a billion gazillion trillions of cubic feet of air which at present are not even sporadically increasing background levels of ionizing radiation more that 50% or so when the jet stream makes a direct deposit on us. The ocean currents carry but vastly dilute. Remember all of the atomic testing over Nevada and the Pacific ocean? Been to Vegas lately?  How quickly we forget.  Yes the disaster in Japan is horrific at the local level but pales in comparison to what is being done in our airwaves, under our oceans, in our classrooms, bedrooms, backyards, workplaces and even in your and your children’s laps.

Water absorbs, amplifies and propagates these these pulse modulate man made square wave emissions that are trillions of times the normal background levels that exist in nature. The maximum dielectric loss of water begins at 2.45 GHz.  Most microwave communications systems employ anywhere from 900 MHz on up with some dancing around the magic number and most coming in right on the money.  Satellite communications systems, cell towers, masts, antennae arrays, and underwater communications systems have  literally become ubiquitous over night.  This is where the bath in these microwave emissions that the you, I, our children, and our planet is getting comes from. Yes they may be invisible but extremely powerful. They tell us not to worry because it is all low power?  Well that is a misconception. Low power relative to what? The oven in your kitchen? The fact is that these sources of microwave radiation emit levels at or above 1,000,000,000,000 times the normal background levels found in nature. Given that all life forms are mostly made up of water and the absorption peak of water is almost to the tee, the exact frequency of these emissions, one would expect problems. Fish kills, bird die offs and the like are not outside the realm of possibilities, especially when you combine the exposure to environmental contaminants like pollution and metals with these immune and health damaging emissions. Oxidative stress, Calcium channel disruptions and voltage discharges in the presence of metals inside living systems wreak havoc on biological processes that have otherwise been running in precision since the creation of the world.

What about the Tesla antennae array up around Gakona,  Alaska called “HAARP”?  Ostensibly it operates at anywhere from 2.8 MHz up to 10 MHz. At least that is what they admit. This thing emits at a power level of 3,600,000 watts. At least that is what they admit. What about these 5 story microwave towers floating around up in space?  My father always told me that the truth is where the big boys never tell you to look and and is never found where the bad boys send you to search. God rest his soul, he was so right on.

Let us not forget the children. You see these unborn children: http://www.buzzfeed.com/personhoodusa/top-10-mind-blowing-images-of-human-life-in-the-wo-drqv along with the rest of us are constantly getting hit by sources, at times inches, instead of oceans away, with trillions of times the normal background levels of pulse modulated non-ionizing microwave radiation whose frequencies approach, equate to or exceed the resonance frequency of water from 900 MHz on up to 8 GHz from spread spectrum wireless access points, WiFi routers, wireless keyboards, cell towers, wireless antenna arrays, RF modules, wireless mouses, wireless TV’s,  wireless printers, wireless DVRs, wireless security camera systems, wireless video game controllers and consoles, cellphones, laptops, baby monitors, cell phones, tablets, microwave ovens, cordless phones and their base stations, and whatever else people are bringing home,  or live or work around.

None of the experts are concerned about that. As a matter of fact, research is directed down rabbit holes away from where it should be headed. Just look at the Autism tragedy: http://thefullertoninformer.com/carbonyl-iron-and-orange-county-the-autism-capital-of-the-state/ . How about effects on fertility? http://thefullertoninformer.com/what-is-wifi-doing-to-your-daughters/

Why is that? Is it a result of the several trillion dollar wireless industry, and the pension funds loaded to the hilt with these industry, paper tiger titans’ stock? Is it because the 800 billion dollar bonanza for Big Pharma is enjoying the sick joy ride with a well oiled production line manned by an army of servile two dimensional thinking list verifiers running 24/7 turning out damaged people from here to kingdom come that will end up on the pharmaceutical petrochemical poison fly paper with all of their appendages eventually? Oh think of the residuals.  Better yet, is it because there is an insidious stealth agenda to reduce human fertility?

Don’t worry, nothing to fear.  This is all just another inconvenient truth, aah um, I mean a conspiracy theory. If you have heard one then you have heard them all. Go back to sleep my little one, tune in, turn on and drop out while you all feel the love of big brother, big sister, big pharma and the good vibrations of the wireless industry beamed into your brains and bodies via the  300 channel blue glow wireless  idiot boxes that they Orwellianly refer to as “smart TVs”.

Nothing to see here, move along now. The experts tell us all the wireless stuff is safe. Oh what would we do without the the experts,  the gift that keeps on giving. They bestow upon us a legacy the likes of: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/05/17/up-to-1-in-5-children-suffer-from-mental-disorder-cdc-says/

I submit to you that what you see is not what you get and what you don’t see is what is going to get you. It is the oldest trick in the book. Nothing to see here now move along is what the RF industry tells you as they bathe schoolchildren along with the rest of the unsuspecting in unprecedented levels of pulse modulated high frequency microwave radiation.

Keep your eyes on the ball ladies and gentlemen, and please don’t look at the red one.

  1. #1 by mom1 on October 4, 2013 - 3:40 pm

    Wake up people and, while you are at it, wake up your kids, nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles, neighbors, friends, and everyone.

    Things just don’t make sense, point it out, and talk about it.

  2. #2 by to Parents on October 5, 2013 - 5:23 am

    “Raising children who have been loaned to us for a brief moment outranks every other responsibility.”

  3. #3 by Anonymous on October 6, 2013 - 8:02 am

    Looks like the decline in population is coming and what will they blame it on? Everyone is getting dosed but with what? I think this blog hits it right between the eyes.


  4. #4 by Anonymous on October 6, 2013 - 11:34 am

    This is a great point. Makes sense, great cover for the dirty deeds. Let’s face it, the laptops and tablets are right in the laps of all the teenagers and from what I read here, the little kids too.

    The only other question I wonder about is if the disaster in Japan was planned? I have read a lot about HAARP and earthquakes. What was going on with the Yen prior to the earthquake? I heard Japan didn’t want to play ball with the big boys and were warned.

  5. #8 by Anonymous on October 6, 2013 - 3:41 pm

    These wireless devices have only fully come on line recently and have only been in the schools for a few years. Wait until these poor kids try to have kids.


    • #9 by Joe Imbriano on October 6, 2013 - 10:31 pm

      Walk by a Starbucks, look in a library, look in a classroom, look in your kids bedrooms, look at yourself in the mirror. How can you not see that this wireless stuff has literally taken over everyone almost overnight? Too much too fast, no questions asked and gaping holes in the research, FCC guidelines that are a complete joke, bought and paid for RF industry scientists with their work being parroted and extolled by the local school district officials and their aficionados, eugenicists in all levels of government, medicine, academia, and you think your kids have a shot while they have been injected with about 30- 40 different shots by now with who knows what, will be irradiated for the rest of their lives in the classrooms, and at home, are fed things that most animals wouldn’t even eat or drink, and go to bed every night watching things that would give grown men from 100 years ago nightmares?

      Houston we have a problem. May God help us.

      • #10 by Anonymous on October 7, 2013 - 3:47 pm

        You are so right. People are in total denial. It is amazing.

  6. #11 by Anonymous on October 8, 2013 - 3:29 am

    since wireless companies have been buying up news stations, the thousands of studies showing negative effects of wireless technology somehow don’t make the news. I do though see stories of new wireless gadgets and stories of the technology’s increasing popularity. The media is mandated to promote an informed citizenship. The world health organization classified the levels of wireless technology debated in this blog as class 2b carcinogens in may 2011 and hardly a peep from the media. The public sector has no business promoting the use of a designated class 2b carcinogen on citizens.

    • #12 by Schulzee on October 8, 2013 - 5:34 pm

      Can anyone explain why it was not classified as 1 or 2A???

      • #13 by Buxton on October 9, 2013 - 2:26 pm

        May I define the word schulzee: noun :a well known and intelligent man who just won’t stay on the right side.

      • #14 by Anonymous on October 16, 2013 - 9:32 am

        The following excerpt comes from an article which sheds some light on the inner workings of the WHO and players involved.

        “Cell Phone Radiation Declared “Possible Carcinogen”

        On May 21, 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a committee of 27 scientists from 14 different countries working on behalf of the World Health Organization (WHO), concluded that exposure to cell phone radiation is a “possible carcinogen” and classified it into the 2B category. This is the same category as the pesticide DDT, lead, gasoline engine exhaust, burning coal and dry cleaning chemicals, just to name a few.

        The group did not perform any new research; rather the decision is based on a review of the previously published evidence, including the Interphone study results published so far (about 50% have still not been released) and the Hardell studies. This is the same evidence that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the American Cancer Society (ACS), among others, have previously waved aside; calling it “reassuring,” and claiming it showed “no evidence” of harm.

        Finally, this international committee of experts has now declared otherwise. Only days before the meeting commenced, a key ‘expert’, Dr. Anders Albom of the Karolinska Institute, was let go from the expert group after it was revealed he had failed to disclose a potential telecom industry conflict on his WHO conflict-of-interest statement. Anders Albom and others long suspected of ties to the telecom industry had recently been featured in the spoof poster created by activists below, “The Science of the Lambs”.”

        source: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/06/18/finally-experts-admit-cellphones-are-a-carcinogen.aspx

        There is much more below the surface if one so chooses to inquire and has the audacity to challenge the establishment positions. From what I have been able to ascertain thus far, this apologist for the school administrators is terribly misinformed.

  7. #15 by Anonymous on October 8, 2013 - 6:54 pm

    think that question is just a red herring. tell me schulzee, why is it a 2b? do school boards need to educate the world health organization or vice versa?

    • #16 by Anonymous on October 8, 2013 - 9:50 pm

      Don’t you know? Schulzee and the FSD know what no one else knows: wireless radiation is “totally safe.” Aren’t they the smart ones; they know what no one else knows.

      They are going to risk all our children’s health because THEY know!

      Don’t all you parents feel better knowing that Schulzee and the FSD are making the decisions for our children? Whose children are they, anyway? They must be Schulzee’s and the FSD’s children.
      Whose risk is it to take?

    • #17 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 10:48 am

      Because there is insufficient evidence for it to be classified as 1 or 2A. Simple. Now you have my reason as to why it is 2B, can you now answer why it is not 1 or 2A???

  8. #18 by Joe Imbriano on October 8, 2013 - 8:05 pm

    Looks like our good friends over at Executive Environmental are in the news today-


    • #19 by Angie B on October 8, 2013 - 9:11 pm

      Check out one of the comments which talks about Thyroid cancer and tie to cell phone radiation:

      • #20 by Joe Imbriano on October 8, 2013 - 10:04 pm

        Chronic non-thermal low power exposure of pulse modulated 2450 MHz microwave radiation alters thyroid hormones and Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) exert thyroid hormone like effects.

        I believe that they came together in the new wireless classrooms over at Malibu.

        A.S.C.I.P. must have called out the dream team over at Executive Environmental to sniff around a bit. We will too. You have my word on that.

        • #21 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 10:56 am

          Odd how EMF would only have this effect in Malibu, and so quickly. I thought we needed 10+ years of lag time for things like tumors. They had WiFi for 10+ years???

          • #22 by amateur night on October 9, 2013 - 11:23 am

            Oh my little Schulzeepoo, please don’t stop ignoring 50%-90% of what you read here. It looks great for the audience.

      • #23 by amateur night on October 8, 2013 - 10:47 pm

        So these clowns dug up 1000 cubic yards of contaminated dirt in a school quad? Let me guess it had grass on it? How much poison oozed up into the air all those years while it was covered in grass? How much got airborne when they excavated it?

        • #24 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 10:58 am

          Well, you should have told them that the PCBs in the soil were “totally safe” and you could have saved those clowns some money.

  9. #25 by Medical Establishment? on October 9, 2013 - 9:20 am

    Yeah, the medical establishment, what’s not to trust?

    Preventable medical mistakes are the third-leading cause of death in the US, right after heart disease and cancer. In all, preventable medical mistakes may account for one-sixth of all deaths that occur in the US annually


  10. #26 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 11:20 am

    Now compare that with how many lives medicine saves and you could have a discussion. Roughly:

    Bunker gives the following estimates:
    ◾Medical care can be credited with 5 to 5.5 years of the increase in life expectancy since 1900…
    ◾… But Iatrogenic (medicine-caused) disease reduces life expectancy by 0.5 to 1 year.
    ◾Medicine also improves wellbeing: the average person has five more years free of disability.


    Ahh, and Dr. Mercola, always a good source:


    The best way to eliminate medical mistakes is: don’t ever, ever go see a doctor.

    • #27 by Joe Imbriano on October 9, 2013 - 12:12 pm

      Alkaline water, alkaline foods, alkaline blood, alkaline smalkaline, oxygenation, sunlight, enzymes, organic smanic food-its all quackery. You need to slather the sunscreen, stay in the house all day with the WiFi on, cook all your food, and eat bacon,bon bons and frosting to be healthy.

      People are falling apart because they are being literally being exposed to and fed solid, liquid and airborne poisons Roman. Drugs are not the solution. They are simply a means to an end for the unsuspecting who are desperately reaching out while they are dangling at the ends of their ropes. For others allopaths offer a license to abuse themselves thinking a silver bullet exists. Pasteur even admitted on his death bed that he was “wrong….and the terrain is everything….” Good luck getting one of these white coats speaking pig latin with packed lobbies on capitation rate plans, with the cute girls in their little outfits rolling their little suitcases full of candy corn pill goodies around hopscotching medical offices going in and out to lay that out to their patients. It will never be part of the conversation for the jaundiced charcoal graying middle aged man with elevated sugar and triglycerides that is heading straight for the drive thru after he gets and turns in his MD initialed white slip, that hemorragic e coli and acrylimide awaits as his pancreas struggles to balance enzyme production with insulin levels. Never mind the carbonic and phosphoric acid beverages demineralize, the aspartame increases the weight gain and the tumor rich meat from the factory farm finds a new home in the digestive tract. It is ok as 5-Fluorouracil‎ can knock the adeno carcinoma down for a while as the kids play with their Ipads.

      Just think, he could have had a V8. Better yet instead of $10,000 worth of TV’s DVRs, Blue rays, laptops, ipads xboxes and surround sound systems, he could have purchased some fruit trees, a gardening book and added 50 years to his life. Instead he watches pornographic fast food commercials chased down with hypnotic drug plugs on the idiot box to all hours of the night.

      The stranglehold Big Pharma has over academia, and the medical economic system is ridiculous. One thing leads to another with MD directed allopathic treatments and procedures. Some of the stupidest people that I have ever known were the most educated.

      Would I go see a doctor? Trauma situations, life and death or if I broke a bone, you bet. For anything else? What for? You don’t think a man can’t take care of himself with proper hygiene and nutrition? Face it, without your immune system, you are done for. Most of the advice they give is the exact opposite of what you should do in general, especially with pediatrics and geriatrics. I think doctors are the biggest threat to public health on the planet because they keep the lies going in perpetuity.

      Why is health on the decline? Ignorance and lack of common sense plain and simple. Look in the fridge-tell me what tree that crap grew off of in those cans boxes and containers? Out of the hundreds I have in my yard and the hundreds of thousands that I have seen and eaten from in my lifetime, I have never seen a diet joke tree, a budweiser tree, a betty crocker or duncan hines tree, a frosting bush, a farmer john tree, an aunt jemima tree, an eggo tree, an oscar meyer tree, a french fry tree, a vienna sausage tree, a spam tree, a skippy tree, a high fructose corn syrup plant, a lunchables vine, a jolly rancher bush, or a river flowing with sunny d. So because of all of the aforementioned and the myriad of other so called household staples stacked to the ceilings everywhere, combined with all of the varying beverages to wash them down, we need fluoride in the water to stop the tooth rot, jenny craig to get everyone to fit into their clothes, the lap band for those that don’t like jenny, lens crafters so people can see what they are killing themselves with, and walgreens to take away the pain, get their mojo and groove back on and mask the symptoms of a body being destroyed by willful ignorance propagated by the myth that the petrochemical poison pushers called doctors can save them.

      That is why you are in business Roman because most people know nothing about real nutrition and cannot take care of themselves-look around. They are being lied to, addicted to chemical poisons they think are food, and always have the illusion of a benevolent safety net waiting for them ironically called health care that will catch them when they fall. Boy will it ever and on all fours at one time.

      Without your immune system and your health, palliative care is all that the allopaths have to offer.

      Mercola lives in a 2 million dollar home? Ask any of these parents you rub elbows with who wouldn’t mind living in a house like that especially the women? That is called the American dream-being successful and helping people at the same time. While he is no angel and I believe he is complicit at the higher levels when it comes to really connecting the dots, he does one heck of a job of getting people to pull their heads out of where ever it has been for far too long. I suggest you do the same.

    • #28 by Anonymous on October 9, 2013 - 2:00 pm

      Hit a medical establishment nerve, Schulzee?

      Medical doctors have a role, but patients must beware of all these pharmaceutical pushers. Today’s medical doctor competencies are actually much more limited than what they are legally allowed to practice.

      practice, yes, that’s the key word. They are practicing on us. . . . mostly with the use of drugs. What an alliance, those MDs and Big Pharma!

      The docs are good for broken bones, surgery. Yep, I’ve seen enough and I will decide for myself when I want the “help” of a doctor.

      Schulzee, you are sooooo Establishment!

  11. #29 by Anonymous on October 9, 2013 - 1:00 pm

    why has the world health organization designated it as a class 2b carcinogen? BECAUSE THERE IS ALREADY SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE…. but schulzee says there’s no evidence of harm. maybe ask to borrow their notes?

    • #30 by Anonymous on October 9, 2013 - 1:44 pm

      Schulzee will not do his homework!

      • #31 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 2:12 pm

        Dog ate it.

    • #32 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 2:12 pm

      I know why it is 2B, but thanks. Now, for the 7th or 8th time can someone please tell me why it is NOT “1” or “2B”. I’m starting to think no one knows….

      • #33 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 2:24 pm

        Good good. Please don’t bother us with infections, heart attacks, strokes, cancer, anemia, infertility, Parkinson, schizophrenia, or anything of that sort. In fact most traumas are at least partially self inflicted so take some personal responsibility and be self-sufficient.

        Anonymous you are so anti-establishment.

        • #34 by Joe Imbriano on October 9, 2013 - 2:37 pm

          Almost everything you mentioned is self inflicted. Through diet, injections and injunctions you will have them….

          • #35 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 4:26 pm

            That certainly can be argued. So again, people need to take responsibility for this self injurious behavior. How about Huntington’s disease?

            • #36 by Joe Imbriano on October 9, 2013 - 5:36 pm

              Medicine has its place Roman, just not everywhere at once.

              • #37 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 6:34 pm

                Definitely. It will be a good day when I have to find something else to do because I’m no longer needed.

        • #38 by Anonymous on October 9, 2013 - 7:49 pm

          No, I don’t find any value and a lot of potential harm inflicted on patients by doctors. But why would anyone think that??? http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/10/09/preventable-medical-errors.aspxe_cid=20131009Z1_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20131009Z1

          I bet you are such a good and obedient little pill pusher, doc. No, I won’t bother you with the infections, heart attacks, etc. As I have stated, I don’t find value in what you are offering.

          • #39 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 10:01 pm

            Oh good. As long as we’re on the same page then.

      • #40 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 2:25 pm

        Err.. “1” or “2A”

  12. #41 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 2:08 pm

    In general I would agree with you about diet and nutrition but you are woefully ignorant of the medical field. Every one of my patients that gets put on a medication for a chronic illness gets told exactly what life style changes they need to make to get off that medication. I used to stress the lifestyle changes before starting the medication but compliance was so miserable I couldn’t justify it anymore. It used to bother me but not anymore. A doctors roll is largely to minimize the repercussions of self inflicted injury. That’s what keeps most of us busy.

    I always find it odd that people who are concerned about Big Pharma’s stranglehold over academia have never been in academia. I don’t know anybody in academia who is concerned about that. In medical school we were taught how to evaluate and pick apart industry sponsored clinical trials by responsible mentors. Hell it was a sport even.

    A good immune system is nice, well until it turns on you and gives you aPL syndrome, autoimmune hepatitis, celiac disease, DM Type 1, Graves Disease, Guillain-Barre, Hashimoto’s, and others to name a few. Hey, 5000 years ago all food was organic, no pesticides, no herbicides, no EMF, no vaccines, no preservatives, no processed foods, no TV, no computer, no doctors. And life expectancy was 24. Your approach didn’t work so well then I wonder what happened since?

    I’m not sure that article on Dr. Mercola was primarily about his house but your idea of the American dream is half right. I vaguely remember something in some book about camels going through the eye of a needle that may pertain some how….

    • #42 by Joe Imbriano on October 9, 2013 - 2:41 pm

      “I vaguely remember something in some book about camels going through the eye of a needle that may pertain some how…”

      Dawkins perhaps? Voltaire?

      • #43 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 4:16 pm

        No no, those I know fairly well.


        Mark 10:25
        “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.”

        • #44 by Joe Imbriano on October 9, 2013 - 5:33 pm

          Roman, to hear you quote scripture is wonderful, simply wonderful.

  13. #46 by Anonymous on October 9, 2013 - 2:18 pm

    shill (verb intransitive): to talk about or describe someone or something in a favorable way because you are being paid to do it

    shill: (noun) also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or organization.

    • #47 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 2:30 pm

      Ahh… personal attacks. Always good but not very original. Others have escalated to personal threats so you better up your game some.

  14. #51 by Anonymous on October 9, 2013 - 2:30 pm

    why isn’t it this, why isn’t it that? let’s deal with what it is… a CLASS 2B CARCINOGEN with enough evidence to designate it as such. why can’t you discuss that reality instead of continuously throwing red herrings to dissuade from the facts supporting its current designation. do you actually know more than the world health organization?

  15. #52 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 4:12 pm

    The reason it is not a “1” or “2A” is very germane to this debate and judging by the fact that no-one has answered it I am left to assume that no one understands the science or they are withholding relevant information that they know would harm their side. After this is satisfactorily explained then I will explain why it is not classified as “3” or “4” if you want.

    Once you understand that the fact that it is more important that it is NOT classified as “1” or “2A” than that it IS classified as “2B” we can move forward.

    • #53 by Joe Imbriano on October 10, 2013 - 8:40 am

      It is by design, otherwise there would be notice and signed consent forms for exposure.

      I will give you a hint as to why, remember DDT, the same reason they banned that is the same reason they won’t ban EMF.

      • #54 by Schulzee on October 10, 2013 - 12:24 pm

        Well, there’s no notice or consent form for solar radiation which is a class 1 carcinogen that our children are being exposed to at school.

        Sorry, you lost me with that hint, I’m pretty sure DDT was not banned because it is a carcinogen (since it probably is not).

  16. #55 by malibu high school on October 9, 2013 - 9:59 pm

    Is Malibu HS Missing Elephant in the Room?

    Ask Virginia Farver about school buildings and cancer. Her 29-year old son Rich died of brain cancer within a two year exposure to RF microwave radiation coming from a cell tower cluster on the campus of San Diego State University. Rich was one of SEVEN deaths that fell within this two year period. What do all these dead people have in common? They all spent considerable time in Room 131. Read the story here http://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.com/2012/11/san-diego-state-university-brain-cancer.html

    So what’s going on over at Malibu High School? Is there WiFi in the buildings? Or cell towers? What are the microwave radiation levels in these classrooms? Has the administration or school board measured the radiation levels?

    The effects of prolonged exposure the electromagnetic radiation from wireless devices such as WiFi, wireless computers, wireless projectors, wireless microphone equipment, and cell phones can adversely effect health. (Also, CFL light bulbs emit EMF fields that can further impair health.)

    Wireless devices use low level radiofrequency (RF) microwaves. Over a period of time depending on exposure proximity, strength and personal genetics a person will develop symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, sleep disturbances, forgetfulness, anxiety, mood swings, depression, skin rashes, vision changes, ringing in the ears, nose bleeds, tingling sensation in arms/legs, intestinal disorders, heart palpitations, etc as well as cancer.

    Yes, the research is there. And it has been there, completed, since the 1970’s. The FCC regulates the levels of RF exposure as well as the FDA regulates GMO’s in our food. Our federal government and US military know of the dangers of continuous prolonged exposure to low levels of microwave radiation. Look at Barrie Trower, Magda Havas PhD, David Carpenter PhD, Devra Davis PhD for more information.

    The World Health Organization lists RF microwave radiation as a Class 2B possible carcinogen. This is the same category as lead and diesel fuel. Have we removed lead from paint and children’s playing areas? Should we take the precautionary approach with RF microwave radiation for our children’s safety?

    Check out the radiation yourself. Purchase an Acoustimeter AM-10 or a HF35C and go measure your child’s classroom. You may be amazed at what they are bathing in for 8 hours a day. If you don’t want my link go on Amazon. Just get one of these things and protect your family. http://www.stopocsmartmeters.com/product-recommendations/rf-meters/

    Here is a link to EMR specialists that can measure and mitigate exposure as well as check out the affected school buildings or your home. See http://www.electrosmogprevention.org/smart-meter-resources-links/california-rf-radiation-testing-professionals/

    • #56 by Schulzee on October 9, 2013 - 10:04 pm

      1. Radiofrequency Toolkit for Environment Health Practioners, BC Center for Disease Control
      This report was prepared by the Center for Disease Control in the province of British Columbia Canada. On the whole, this document is quite good considering that it was written by outsiders to the field. The report notes that “several recent international reports” such as “the UK Health Protection Agency (2012) and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (2012), among others, have published major reviews of RF and its potential effect on health; both agencies concluded that there is little evidence of adverse impacs on the health of the general population by RF”.

      However, in its analysis of the BioInitiative Report, which deviates widely from the mainstream scientific consensus, the “Tookit” fails to do any critical analysis. The two editions of the Bio-Initiative Report have been widely criticized by mainstream scientists. The “Toolkit” also fails to mention the new studies that seriously undermine the weak evidence used in IARC classification of cell phones as Category 2B- a possible carcinogen. These are serious weaknesses that mar an otherwise good quality report.

      • #57 by Anonymous on October 10, 2013 - 6:40 am

        Maybe there’s a pill for what ails you, doc.

      • #58 by the oracle on October 10, 2013 - 9:11 am

        Endocrine Thyroid Dysfunctions “Are thyroid dysfunctions related to stress or microwave exposure (900 MHz)?” Bergamaschi A, Magrini A, Ales G, Coppetta L, Somma G. 2004

        Human Hormonal Thyroid Hormones “Effects of 900MHz electromagnetic field on TSH and thyroid hormones in rats” Koyu A, Cesur G, Ozguner F, Akdogan M, Mollaoglu H, Ozen S. 2005

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        • #59 by Joe Imbriano on October 10, 2013 - 11:33 am

          Malibu High school is the one to watch right now.

          From what I understand, the district deployed high powered enterprise class spread spectrum wireless access points throughout the entire campus several years ago. Wireless laptops and Smart boards are utilized frequently. The amount of wireless microwave radiation present in this environment is unprecedented and in some cases amounts to trillions of times normal background levels.
          This is a complex issue and by far the best place to start is to SHUT DOWN MALIBU HIGH SCHOOL’S WIRELESS NETWORK IMMEDIATELY. If indeed,mold, PCB’s and pesticides are or were present in the air, the HVAC systems’ ducting, or maybe even entering the water supplies, the microwave emissions could be the catalyst. The students deserve to be protected and parents deserve to be informed.

  17. #60 by Anonymous on October 10, 2013 - 3:41 am

    what an long-winded way of saying you think you know more than the world health organization. so you think they made a mistake and used weak evidence? are you their expert adviser or do you just think you should be? delusions of grandeur, perhaps? have you shared your notes with them?
    your “why isn’t” questions are quite the nutshell game. why isn’t sugar in the 2b list? for that matter why isn’t water in the 2b list if it is such a safe inconsequential list? are you saying that designated class 2b carcinogens are actually a list for everything safe? WHY ISN’T the list longer?
    some think it should be 2a, you think it shouldn’t be 2b, but how about sticking with reality and what it is… the world health organization has designated it a CLASS 2B CARCINOGEN …yet you think citizens should ignore that, bathe their children in it or move.

    • #61 by amateur night on October 10, 2013 - 10:25 am

      Schulzeepoo does and so does brother Bob Pletka, good old Dr George and all the members of both Boards of Trustees.

      They just pull the curtains on ya and throw the old industry funded cheat sheets around for good measure.

      Malibu? And I thought it was just a cheap rum. Maybe it is, and man alive, is it going to turn into one heck of a migrane for those cats up there. They got themselves the all star cast doing the investigatin’.

    • #62 by Schulzee on October 10, 2013 - 12:16 pm

      Oh boy. Well, first, that isn’t my opinion at all. That is the statement from the BC Center for Disease Control so take it up with them. Yet, once again, I will say that what I think does not matter in this exchange, neither does what you think. We, well at least I am, are not discussing peoples opinions, we are discussing the science and levels of evidence here.

      if you understand why sugar and water are not on any list, including “3” or “4”, you can answer your own question.

      Did you ignore the fact that coffee is a CLASS 2B CARCINOGEN when you had your cup(s) this morning??? Did you ignore the fact that alcohol is a CLASS 1 CARCINOGEN when you had your wine last week??? Did you know that “shift work that disrupts circadian rhythm” is a CLASS 2A CARCINOGEN???

      I think class “2B” is a fair classification for those that understand what it means. I’m hoping that if someone can explain why it was not classified as “1” or “2A” that it may help people understand why it is “2B”.

      (Hint, so we can move things along: You, or someone else, is supposed to say “Well, if its so safe, why was EMF not classified as “3” or “4”” And then I say “I’m happy to get to that but you first”.)

      • #63 by Ray on October 10, 2013 - 4:43 pm

        It is apparent that, as usual, you didn’t read this report, but simply relied on your pro-emf quotations.

        The BC CDC report states:

        “The epidemiological studies of men assessed for infertility were consistent in demonstrating decreased sperm motility associated with increased use of mobile phones” and “biological effects on sperm motility related to RF Exposure.”

        The review panel noted that,

        “Oxidative stress seems one of the more plausible mechanisms of RF-induced sperm damage. Mechanisms by which oxidative stress is caused by increased ROS (/Reactive Oxygen Species) /and decreased antioxidant have been shown to exist in neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.”

        It’s obvious from the report itself that RF microwave radiation is unsafe.

        • #64 by Ray on October 11, 2013 - 4:34 pm

          Oxidative stress resulting from RF radiation exposure is also the topic of a newly published paper from Harvard Medical School that investigates the possible link to autism.

          From the abstract:

          “The evidence is sufficient to warrant new public exposure standards benchmarked to low-intensity (non-thermal) exposure levels now known to be biologically disruptive, and strong, interim precautionary practices are advocated.”

    • #65 by Angie B on October 10, 2013 - 4:41 pm

      Note to Anonymous: Schulzee has broken record syndrome. He says and tries the same thing over and over . . .

      Maybe we should take up a collection for him so he can go seek help. Is there a pill that can help him? I don’t know, but he seems to like pills to remedy problems.

  18. #66 by Anonymous on October 10, 2013 - 8:11 pm

    There are many anonymous people that use the same name.

    • #67 by JGarrison on October 11, 2013 - 7:36 am

      There are many anonymous people or “there are many anonymous people that use the same name.”

  19. #68 by Anonymous on October 11, 2013 - 12:42 am

    in order to make the children more productive and advanced, let’s mandate and provide coffee, 24/7 classes and whiskey. heck why not swap out the water fountains. your argument that the substances on the list are benign is endearing. no shulzee you first.. I insist. scan the blog… there are so many questions asked of you that you seemingly cannot answer. perhaps call in backup as the record skip technique has failed to wear anyone down or created enough time to be provided a new script.

    • #69 by amateur night on October 11, 2013 - 8:22 am

      Let’s pipe in the car exhaust and sprinkle the lead on the desks, according to this cat’s twisted logic, because it is safe.

      • #70 by Jamie on October 11, 2013 - 10:05 am

        Yes, Dr. Schulze does like irradiating children!

  20. #71 by JGarrison on October 11, 2013 - 7:53 am

    Question: Do FSD and FJUHSD board members have personal liability insurance in their roles on these boards? Can they be held personally liable for refusing to read what has been presented them?
    I believe that if they read it, they can be held liable for having done so; so they won’t read it. But, what about the converse? Are they liable in that case? Are they personally liable either which way?

    If they are covered for personal liability on these boards, we, the taxpayers are footing the bill.

    And, if ASCIP (risk management council) is advising these boards that the radiation emissions are ok, we, as taxpayers are paying ASCIP to tell these boards that it is legal, etc., and to go ahead.

  21. #72 by Anonymous on October 11, 2013 - 4:54 pm

    they have admitted it’s a class 2b carcinogen so they do know. the public sector, citizens, and doctors aren’t qualified to decide the list or determine its merits; scientists and the world health organization do. usually with risks, liability waivers are sent home to parents and those who are not allowed to go “on the trip” don’t participate in the risk and do school work.

  22. #73 by Stop Smart Meters Wisconsin on October 19, 2013 - 2:13 pm

    Excellent observation in a brain-glazed society and world. Some people are the canaries in the mine with acute symptoms of oxidative stress, heart problems (when before RF were not there), inability to sleep, etc., etc.. But we are just the first line, and many others have these types of conditions they did not have before with NO realization of why. Doctors don’t ask why, they prescribe.
    I am mainly chatting here to encourage folks to see the new documentary, Take Back Your Power, by Josh del Sol. The media is not covering this (not surprisingly). The smart grid enables technocracy maybe even more than cellular wireless network.
    For unbelievers in bio-effects of wireless, see U.S. military compiled studies by Zory Glaser at Magda Havas site, and 2012 BioIntiative for a start.
    Thank you for bringing this up, friend.

  23. #74 by Anonymous on October 25, 2013 - 4:28 pm

    “He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really co-operating with it.” Martin Luther King

  24. #75 by Open Eyes on October 25, 2013 - 10:07 pm

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