Colorectal Cancer and The Great Sperm Decline, Could It Be Related To Cell Phone Radiation?
The good news: Colo-rectal cancer is dramatically dropping in persons over age 60 in many industrial countries. The puzzling bad news: Rates of rectal cancer have quadrupled in young adults under age 24 in the past decade in the U.S. and Iran and risen rapidly in the U.K, Egypt and Brazil. Increased screening is believed to explain much of the welcome decline in the elderly. But why has this very rare cancer become four times less rare and much more lethal in young adults?
An expose on the major omissions of fact from the New York Times July 16, 2019 article on 5G by William J. Broad.
When William J. Broad, a Pulitzer-Prize winning New York Times science writer, mangles information on the dangers of 5G, this plays into the hands of those determined to advance this never-tested technology without serious examination of its long-term impact on human health and the environment. …
In these worrying times, when a highly contagious virus has ended life as we once knew it, we increasingly rely on wireless gadgets. Without a doubt, our capacity to respond to crises is enhanced, but life is now lived as if each moment is an emergency. So just how safe are these now-ubiquitous, 2-way microwave-radiating essential devices and the networks on which they rely?
Few parents or teachers appreciate that buried in all these devices are manufacturer statements that they are not to be used on the bodies of adults or that children absorb proportionately more microwave cell phone radiation.
New Swiss Re Report Dubs 5G “Next Asbestos”
Looks like the 5G network — touted as the next coming for the tech sector — could well share the fate of the Segway, that over-hyped, over-promised revolution in motorized personal transport that did not materialize. To the disappointment of many savvy Segway investors and inventor Dean Kamen, the gigantic motorized scooter ended up as a niche market for business, medical and military security programs, and tour groups unafraid to appear slothful.
5G: The Unreported Global Threat
Accusations of Russia lobbying are ricocheting around the media and have now been extended through a front-page article in the New York Times positing that scientists and consumer advocates calling to halt 5G have fallen under the spell of RT, a news network registered as a Russian foreign agent in the U.S. Could it be a coincidence that following on the heels of the NY Times story, the Wall Street Journal and the UK Telegraph have echoed the same smear of guilt by association, portraying scientists who warn of the potential environmental and health damages…