There should be an open debate about the safety of wireless radiofrequency radiation. The Telecom industry has ignored the evidence about health effects of exposure to RFR since the introduction of radio and radar in the early 1900’s. And yet the evidence of direct biological effects at low power levels in fact runs into 1000’s of studies.
We all have busy lives, so we rely on authorities to give us a potted version and regulatory protection, but governments can also be influenced by industry interests. Think big tobacco, asbestos, DDT, lead in petrol or paint – any number of bio hazards that took decades to be controlled through regulation, see here.
There are 3 main assumptions about the safety of wireless RF radiation which are false, but are promoted by those who have a vested interest, and believed and propagated by the vast majority of us simply through ignorance:
- Fallacy 1: because all wireless exposure is ‘below permitted levels’, there is apparently no danger. This statement becomes meaningless once we realise that ‘permitted levels’ are irrelevant to health, see here.
- Fallacy 2: non-ionising radiation (i.e all frequencies below UV light) causes no harm to living systems. This claim is highly misleading, and easily refuted, see here.
- Fallacy 3: there is insufficient evidence to show there is harm. This is also incorrect, see here.
In less than half an hour we can educate ourselves about the subject, and learn how to mitigate this bio-hazard in our own lives.
This is a UK based website aimed at providing simple direction and information about wireless radiofrequency microwave radiation.
- We want to help you understand what RFR is and why it can be harmful.
- We want to help you to easily and quickly inform yourselves, others, and key decision takers in councils and schools about the relevant issues.
17mins – succinct rounded summary of the subject. Former silicon valley engineer
9 minute video by Frank Clegg former head of Microsoft Canada
“Putting in tens of millions of 5G antennae without a single biological test of safety has got to be about the stupidest idea anyone has had in the history of the world.”Dr. Martin Pall. Washington State University