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Biological Impacts of Microwaves


“The voluntary exposure of the brain to microwaves from WiFi and hand-held mobile phones is the largest human biological experiment ever. There is clear evidence that this radiation causes leakage of the brain’s blood-brain barrier with adverse effects on brain function.” ~ Neurologist, Professor Salford, MD, Lund University


       The great reduction in size & costs of electronic components since the 1980s and the great increase in their ability to oscillate at ever higher frequencies has opened up increasingly greater amounts of radio spectrum - for every conceivable use.  Wireless use has mushroomed ever increasingly for cell phones and WiFi - not only at work - but at home & everywhere else.  The greatest increase in wireless use has been in the use of microwave frequencies; those at or somewhat above the UHF-TV band.

     "Microwaves", for this overview, will include frequencies from 500 MHz up to 3000 MHz (or 3 GHz).  Such wavelengths lend themselves well for uses where compactness is desirable; in rooms where their transmitters are near people and for portable uses near the body.  Small wonder, then, that occurrence of some diseases has increased alarmingly since the 1990s.  Studies show correlation between cellular use and specific, previously rare brain cancers.  Autism has also spiked markedly.  A general overview pulls together such observations and more. [1]

     It has been known that radio frequencies and microwaves affect living things. The U.S. Navy knew of such effects when they began working on radar in the 1930s. [2]   



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1        THE WIRELESS ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM, Camilla Rees, February 5, 2017

          http://manhattanneighbors.org/wireless-elephant/ 

2        BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTED BIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA ('EFFECTS') AND CLINICAL

          MANIFESTATIONS ATTRIBUTED TO MICROWAVE AND RADIO-FREQUENCY RADIATION •-:

          RESEARCH REPORT  KF:•,,,12,:."524. 015-0004B: NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION

          SERVICE; Zorach R. Glaser, Ph.D. LT, MSC, USNR Research 'Report, Project MF12.524.015-

          -00043, Report No. 2; Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center,

          Bethesda, Maryland 20014, U.S.A., 1972

          http://docs.stetzerelectric.com/Naval-Medical-Research-Institute-1972-Full-Bibliography.pdf

          https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/1001034847591/Naval-Medical-Research-Institute-1972.pdf 

2a      Bibliography of Reported Biological Phenomena (‘Effects’) and Clinical Manifestations

          Attributed to Microwave and Radio-Frequency Radiation, Naval Medical Research Institute,

          Oct 4, 1971.  2000 refs on biological responses to RF MWs.  >100 negative biological effects
         
http://www.magdahavas.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Navy_Radiowave_Brief.pdf 

2b     https://elettrosensibili.wordpress.com/2016/01/20/the-history-of-nasa-us-navy-and-us-airforce-reports-on-harm-from-microwave-radiation/ 
2c      Electromagnetic Field Interactions with the Human Body: Observed Effects and Theories,

          NASA, April 1981

          http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19810017132.pdf 
2d     Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation Biological Effects and Safety Standards: A Review,

          US Air Force, June 1994

          http://www.emfacts.com/2014/09/us-air-force-rf-review-in-1988-acknowledges-non-thermal-biological-effects/
2e      RADIOFREQUENCY I MICROWAVE RADIATION BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND SAFETY

          STANDARDS:  A REVIEW, Scott M. Bolon, AIL-TR-94-53 Rome Laboratory  in-House Report,

           June 1994.  Review of findings by our military with effects and recommendations for

          exposure limits dating back to the 1950s.

          http://www.stopthecrime.net/docs/RF-Microwave-Radiation-Biological-Effects%20Rome%20Labs.pdf

          Microwave Absorption by Magnetite: A Possible Mechanism for Coupling Nonthermal Levels

          of Radiation to Biological Systems; Joseph  L.  Kirschvink; Bioelectromagnetics  Volume 17,

          Issue 3: pp 187-194,  © 1996 Wiley-Liss, Inc. 

​          http://web.gps.caltech.edu/~jkirschvink/pdfs/JoeMicrowave.pdf