Activist, author and researcher, Arthur Firstenberg, writes in The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life with devastating honesty about the unfolding human rights and environmental emergency unleashed as a result of our deadly embrace of electrical technology.
Spanning humans’ initial foray into harnessing electricity, through to our microwave-fuelled leap into the abyss, this book is a tour de force. By turns riveting, confronting, yet remaining rigorously scientific, The Invisible Rainbow, to quote renowned environmental health expert Prof David O. Carpenter MD, PhD, is a ‘remarkable contribution’ and one that is ‘easily readable and provocative while being entertaining’.
The Invisible Rainbow is available from the Cellular Phone Task Force’s website at: https://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/buy-the-invisible-rainbow/ For orders outside of the U.S. and Canada, go to the Add to Cart button towards the top of the webpage.
The Invisible Rainbow is a hardcover book weighing in at a hefty 918 grams so it is worthwhile investigating the shipping cost prior to purchasing. This can be done online by choosing the country followed by the shipping method after following the links to the PayPal Guest Checkout page. As shipping costs are calculated by order (up to 10 copies), ordering multiple copies brings down the individual price per book. So it might be worthwhile to team up with a few friends and order multiple copies!
Proceeds from sales of The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life are the main source of funding driving the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space campaign. Although the Appeal stands on its own, Firstenberg’s book provides us with the larger historical and scientific picture.