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An Article from 2006 – Cell Phones And Wireless Dangers – The Fundamentals

By Arthur Firstenberg
October 5, 2007

Cell Phones And Wireless Dangers – The Fundamentals (Oct 7, 2007)

Original title:
The Largest Biological Experiment Ever

Introductory Remarks by Sepp Hasslberger

It is getting quite difficult to imagine a world without mobile communications. Wireless internet access is set to blanket the planet, just like cell phone networks already do. There has been an explosive development – practically all during the last three decades – that brought mobile to the farthest corners of the earth. But the technology is not without danger. The microwaves that carry bits and packets of data also carry a germ of destruction. Some people – as many as 120,000 Californians – and by implication 1 million Americans – are actually unable to work as they suffer from the incapacitating influence that this cacophony in the ether has on them.

We might say they are the unlucky ones who have to suffer for progress to continue – but have you ever heard of canaries in the mines? They were the first ones to die when a potentially deadly but otherwise undetectable accumulation of “mine gas” threatened the lives of the miners working underground. What if those 120.000 Californians and the one million Americans and by extension tens of millions of people world wide are in a very real sense our equivalent of deep-mine canaries? Are we not ignoring their plight at our own very imminent peril?

Arthur Firstenberg, himself a sufferer of what the Russians call “microwave sickness” has put together the salient facts about the largest biological experiment ever, in a very readable article published in the Eldorado Sun.

We cannot call ourselves informed in the wireless debate unless we start looking at its dark side as well as all the positive aspects. Firstenberg’s article is as good as any to get us going in this direction …continue reading >>>