Planetary electromagnetic pollution: it is time to assess its impact

A recent paper contends that there is an urgent need to address electrosmog.

Authors of the paper, Dr Priyanka Bandara and Dr David O. Carpenter, point out that radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation experienced by people using various wireless devices has increased exposure by about 10¹⁸ times above natural background levels around the 1 GHz band.  That’s 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 times more exposure just to these frequencies!

An evaluation of 2266 studies in the Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association’s categorised online database found that most studies demonstrated significant biological or health effects associated with exposure to man-made electromagnetic fields.  Evidence also exists that radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation affects flora and fauna.

A coordinated international effort is required to reduce public exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation.

A PDF version of this open access paper can be accessed here.

An online version of the paper is available at: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanplh/article/PIIS2542-5196(18)30221-3/fulltext

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2 Responses to Planetary electromagnetic pollution: it is time to assess its impact

  1. dana says:

    The industry always try to say that exposure levels are low but obviously that is not true if exposure levels are 10¹⁸ times above natural background levels. By the way, we are actually synchronised to the natural frequency of the earth, the Schumann Resonance, and all this wireless radiation is overriding it -for more on this topic watch on Youtube the fascinating documentary “Resonance: Beings of Frequency.”

    • Robert Scott says:

      Making Money over rides anything to some people. I believe some really think they can take their fortunes with them ?

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