Retrieved by Pat Darnell | Dec 4, 2011 | Bryan, TX
[Picture LINK] "Cell towers are everywhere, but some are more conspicuous than others."
It's January 1990, during the pioneer build-out of mobile phone service. A cell tower goes up 800 feet from the house of Alison Rall, in Mansfield, Ohio, where she and her husband run a 160-acre dairy farm.
The cell phone industry's lobbying organization, CTIA-The Wireless Association, assures the public that cell phone radiation is safe, citing studies -- many of them funded by the telecom industry -- that show no risk.
SUMMARY | The evidence about the long-term public health risks of exposure to RF-EMFs may be contradictory. Yet it is clear that some people are getting sick when heavily exposed to the new radiofrequencies. And we are not listening to their complaints. ... "
If you want your industry to survive the litigation of thangs' like "probable health Risks"... you can game the system by loading it up with product appraisals in your favor. And do it before word gets out.
EHS, Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity
Radiation From Cell Phones and WiFi Are Making People Sick -- Are We All at Risk? | Environment | AlterNet:
EXCERPT | ... "Hertz soon discovered there were other people like her: "Electrosensitives," they call themselves. To be sure, they comprise a tortured minority, often misunderstood and isolated. They share their stories at online forums like Smartmeters.org, the EMF Safety Network, and the Electrosensitive Society. "
Levitt recently compiled some of the most damning studies of the health effects from cell towers in a report for the International Commission on Electromagnetic Safety in Italy. "Some populations are reacting poorly when living or working within 1,500 feet of a cell tower," Levitt tells me. Several studies she cited found an increase in headaches, rashes, tremors, sleep disturbances, dizziness, concentration problems, and memory changes.
We're biological and chemical beings too, and we know that we can develop allergies to certain biological and chemical compounds. Why wouldn't we also find there are allergies to EM fields? Shouldn't every chemical be tested for its effects on human beings? Well, the same could be said for each frequency of RF radiation." ... "
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That's our cautionary retrieved report for today: from the Middle where men are good looking, women are strong, and children are living the life.