Sunday, Jan 29, 2017 

 

Health

Thinking Outside the Box

Wi-Fi cancer concerns

Janis Hoffman

ophie Pelletier is an engineer and works in a public administration in the center of Paris. For six years, she has hardly any working life. Electro diagnosed by doctors, it is now recognized as a disabled worker because her health has continued to deteriorate due to electromagnetic waves:

"In the meeting rooms and Wi-Fi in the subway and public transportation, throughout the week, I accumulate this exposure which ends up echoing my general state, with great fatigue, and creates me troubles of the heart rhythm, memory, and attention that prevent me to return to work when I'm too tired."

Sophie Pelletier continues the sick leave. She has repeatedly requested that her position and working time be adjusted. But she has always run into the misunderstanding of her employer.

 "It's a disease that does not fit in the boxes," she explains, "it's complicated for the employer to arrange a number of things to allow me to keep myself properly in the job. I lost two thirds of my salary for several years and it annoys me because I put a damper on my career, or my health, or both at the same time."

The inquiry letter to the FCC suggests as many as 75% of cell phones on the market today may possibly exceed the FCC’s exposure limit of 1.6 W/kg peak spatial Specific Absorption Rate (psSAR), due to a +/-30% margin of error (or uncertainty factor) in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) methodology for assessing psSAR (on which the FCC’s exposure limits are substantially based). Any phone with a psSAR of greater than 1.231 W/kg with the 30% uncertainty factor could theoretically exceed the 1.6 W/kg FCC limit.

 

Violation of Its Cell Phone Microwave Radiation Exposure Limit

The inquiry letter to the FCC from Swankin & Turner in Washington, D.C. was sent September 9, 2016 on behalf of the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy (NISLAPP) and the Environmental Health Trust (EHT). Now four months later, the FCC’s lack of reply to important questions contained in the letter raises serious concerns of regulatory responsibility and competency.

 

Cancer Statistics

American Brain Tumor Association Adolescent and Young Adult Primary Brain and Central

• Nervous System Tumors Diagnosed in the United States in 2008-2012

• Reports by the American Brain Tumor Association about tumours in age group 15-39 are biologically different from tumours found in other age groups, and the survival rate is worse.

• Primary brain and CNS tumors are the most commonly occurring type of cancer in those age 15-19 years (6.19 per 100,000 population)

• Brain and CNS tumors are the second most commonly occurring cancer in those age 20-24 years (7.12 per 100,000)

• Brain and CNS tumors are the third most commonly occurring cancer in those age 25-29 years (9.93 per 100,000 population)

• Brain and CNS tumors are the fourth most commonly occurring cancer in those age 30-34 years (12.65 per 100,000 population)

 • According to estimates, in France, there are now nearly 70,000 people with électrosensibilité.

Testicular and breast cancer

While brain tumours predominate among adolescents, testicular cancer is diagnosed more frequently in young adult males. In Canadian males 15-29 years, testicular cancer increased 2.7% per year between 1996 and 2005. Phones carried in pockets may contribute, as sperm are damaged by radiofrequency radiation exposure from phones in pockets and laptops. Young women habitually carrying phones in bras are developing characteristic breast cancers.
 

Childhood Cancer

Why children absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The consequences - L. Lloyd Morgana, Santosh Kesarib, Devra Lee Davis

• Children absorb more microwave radiation (MWR) than adults.

• MWR is a Class 2B (possible) carcinogen.

• The fetus is in greater danger than children from exposure to MWR.

• The legal exposure limits have remained unchanged for decades.

• Cellphone manuals warnings and the 20 cm rule for tablets/laptops violate the “normal operating position” regulation.

Wi-Fi at Work

Why children absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The consequences - L. Lloyd Morgana, Santosh Kesarib, Devra Lee Davis

• Children absorb more microwave radiation (MWR) than adults.

• MWR is a Class 2B (possible) carcinogen.

• The fetus is in greater danger than children from exposure to MWR.

• The legal exposure limits have remained unchanged for decades.

• Cellphone manuals warnings and the 20 cm rule for tablets/laptops violate the “normal operating position” regulation.

Watch Hoffman on YouTube here.

 

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