1) It is estimated that as many as 30% of the general population are “sensitive” to EMF to one degree or another. Many people are so seriously affected that they cannot live normal lives. We’ve seen videos and read reports about people living in tents, in their cars, to escape the pain and suffering exposure to even low levels of RF can cause. Scientists are still working on finding tests that can be used to diagnose EHS; independent, credible tests. Dr. Dariusz Leszczynski says that a new approach is needed to find markers to figure out what exactly is causing the symptoms being suffered. As the electrosmog increases in our everyday environment, more will become sensitive. These people are the canaries in the mine for the rest of us, warning us of the dangers of which we are not aware.
Review of the scientific evidence on the individual sensitivity to electromagnetic fields (EHS)
“It is time to drop out psychology driven provocation studies that ask about feelings-based non-specific symptoms experienced by volunteers under EMF exposure. Such research approach produces only subjective and therefore highly unreliable data that is insufficient to prove, or to disprove, causality link between EHS and EMF. There is a need for a new direction in studying sensitivity to EMF. The basis for it is the notion of a commonly known phenomenon of individual sensitivity, where individuals’ responses to EMF depend on the genetic and epigenetic properties of the individual. It is proposed here that new studies, combining provocation approach, where volunteers are exposed to EMF, and high-throughput technologies of transcriptomics and proteomics are used to generate objective data, detecting molecular level biochemical responses of human body to EMF.”
https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/reveh-2021-0038/html Dariusz Leszczynski
2) Despite warnings from experts that 5G could (and likely would) interfere with various systems upon which safe aviation depends, it’s being implemented in several major airports in the USA this year, including some of the busiest.
Despite Aviation Interference Warnings, AT&T to Bring “5G+” Service to 7 U.S. Airports in 2021; 25 By The End Of 2022
3) More information about invasive radar technology measuring sleep patterns, monetizing more private and personal information via an “electromagnetic bubble over users.“ As we know, good sound sleep is necessary for the body to recover from the insults it receives while awake. That is why it is highly advisable to not have anything wireless or even electrical in bedrooms at night. See the July 16 update [2) – https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2021-07-16-important-info-re-cell-tower-fires/] for more info about this horrible innovation:
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Privacy Concerns Abound With Amazon’s Sleep-Tracking Tech
“Surveillance as a service has come to sleeping technology, and it’s as creepy as Silicon Valley gets,” said Andrew Guthrie Ferguson, a law professor at American University who focuses on privacy issues.
“The privacy of your bedroom is a place that deserves the utmost protection from outside forces, especially from private companies without much regulation or oversight,” he told me. “Companies wishing to monetize sleep habits are signaling that there is nowhere outside their reach.”
In its request for Federal Communications Commission approval, Amazon acknowledged its radar technology would “operate at higher power levels than currently allowed.” It would be “used for sleep tracking and could help improve consumers’ awareness and management of sleep hygiene.”
The company described its radar sensors as “capturing motion in a three-dimensional space.” This suggests that rather than logging all the tosses and turns of a restless night’s sleep, as wearables now do, the new device would project an electromagnetic bubble over users.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.” Thomas Dekker