1) Several members sent me this article, recommending I share it. I have not had the time to watch it yet.
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“The latest episode of CHD.TV’s “The Empower Hour,” host Zen Honeycutt featured three experts on electric and magnetic fields (EMF) who discussed how to prevent unhealthy exposure to wireless radiation [Episode 8].
Doug and Patti Wood, senior project directors of the TechSafe Schools Program and Americans for Responsible Technology, and Mary Anne Tierney,, an electromagnetic radiation specialist with Blue Ridge EMF Solutions, explained the science behind wireless technology and electromagnetic radiation and the connection to kids’ health.
Also in this episode:
Why parents should take EMF exposures seriously.
- A school science experiment testing Wi-Fi signals and plant growth — one student said, “I think when the Wi-Fi’s on, it’s affecting the world.”
- Carol Grieve, founder and CEO of Food Integrity Now, provided the weekly roundup of health news, including a report on the dangers of 5G towers and airlines and vetoed cell phone legislation in California.
Episode 8 (60 min. video) – November 05, 2021: https://live.childrenshealthdefense.org/shows/the-empower-hour-with-zen-honeycutt/uy3PFcg4fo
2) More and more evidence is being gathered that points toward a possible link between EMF, the Havana syndrome, EHS and traumatic brain injury.
The “Havana syndrome”: A special case of electrohypersensitivity?
“In my opinion, the “Havana syndrome” is likely caused by exposure to microwave or radio frequency radiation (RFR) resulting in the onset of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) in exposed individuals who have greater sensitivity to RFR. Moreover, as I explained to the Daily Mail in December 2017 the symptoms may be caused by exposure to low-moderate intensity microwave radiation used for surveillance:”
ABC news report:
Blinken details new efforts to investigate ‘Havana syndrome’
“Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday detailed new efforts to investigate “Havana syndrome,” the mysterious health affliction affecting dozens of U.S. personnel first identified in Cuba and now including several countries.
In his most extensive remarks yet on the issue, Blinken said the incidents have inflicted “profound” physical and physiological harm on those impacted.”
We need an expert to help translate much of this study, but it seems that the conclusion is that exposure to short pulsed signals in the RF frequency range at levels allowed by IEEE (ICNIRP, WHO, FCC etc — and at higher frequencies by Health Canada) can cause significant biological effects, including brain damage and symptoms similar to EHS. As experts provide insights and clarifications, I will share. One thing I did understand, it’s not the average power density of exposure but the peak. That is what we’ve argued re. smeters. The signals are off and then pulse with strong signals. By including the period of no signal, the average is lowered, and we are told that this is what we should care about. It’s not. It’s the peak of the pulse that stresses the cells.
Computational modeling investigation of pulsed high peak power microwaves and the potential for traumatic brain injury
“For frequencies between 400 MHz to 2 GHz, the IEEE C95.1 RF exposure guidelines limit the exposure reference limit (ERL) to fmhz/200 (W/m2) over an averaging time of 30 min. For 1-GHz exposures, the IEEE C95.1 ERL of 5 W/m2 over 30 min would equate to an average energy density of 9000 J/m2. Our computational model shows that, for sufficiently high incident power densities, a single pulse could potentially result in biologically meaningful pressures. For example, large pressures may occur following 1-GHz frequency, a pulse duration of 5 μs, and incident power densities of at least 1.5 × 107 W/m2. The energy density associated with a such a pulse would be equal to PIN×τd or 75 J/m2 (significantly less than the ERL standard)…
Although we are interested in the pressure fields produced by large peak power density exposures, reasonable constraints should be placed upon the power densities considered. These constraints are based on engineering estimates of microwave hardware capabilities. Therefore, we limit our analysis to (i) power densities below dielectric breakdown in air and (ii) power densities that are achievable at range with known existing technologies.
Previous studies have suggested that the MAE is typically achieved with pulse durations ranging anywhere from 0.5 to 500 μs and pulse repetition rates typically ranging from 1 to 1000 Hz (45). These studies reveal that the MAE threshold depends on the energy in a single pulse (not the average power density) for sufficiently short pulses [e.g., 32 μs in (46)], and peak power densities of 102 to 105 mW/cm2 have been known to cause auditory effects in human participants (45).”
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