Electromagnetic Waves vs Organic Life Notes

cell-phone-radiation-spectru Studies investigating the adverse effect that Electromagnetic waves have on mammals:

  • mammals (Adang et al., 2006; Benlaidi & Kharroussi, 2011),
  • birds (Everaert & Bauwens, 2007),
  • amphibians (Balmori, 2006),
  • bees (Kimmel et al., 2007, Sharma & Kumar, 2010; Favre, 2011),
  • ants (Cammaerts et al., 2012, 2013),
  • fruit flies (Panagopoulos et al., 2004; Panagopoulos, 2012), and even
  • protozoa (Cammaerts et al., 2011).
  • In fact, they act firstly and essentially on the cellular membrane and so affect any living organism (Cammaerts et al., 2011). Such waves have also been shown to impact plants (Roux et al., 2008; Haggerty, 2010), at physiological and ecological levels. [1] [CJF emphasis added}

Any microwave technology device that transmits and receives information, signals, data, or voice messages emits EMFs / RFs known as non-ionizing radiation that produce non-thermal adverse health effects. Dependent on the energy and exposure time, non-ionising radiation can cause localised heating, or photochemical reactions can occur with possible permanent harm. Exposure should therefore be minimised. Warming up by this radiation is the most dangerous for the brain, eyes, genitals, stomach, liver and kidneys. (probably due to the frequencies of the organs vs the frequencies of the phones) – low freq organ vs low freq phone disruption.