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WiLie about health effects of WiFi?

Source: http://www.dailyalternative.co.uk/wilie-health-eff...

In case you missed it, last week the Independent published this article which pitches the infrastructure being primed to regulate and control almost every aspect of our lives.

A “futuristic plan”, the author contends, brought about by a “WiFi revolution” that could see “technology monitoring patients from a distance” and “take traffic off our roads”. A brave new world, where farming, healthcare, energy and transport are connected and controlled through a wireless ‘Internet of Things’.

What this piece (and many others like it) does not report, however, is any of the acute or chronic health effects associated with the pulsed microwave radiation which this so-called ‘revolution’ is based on.

Wireless technologies potentially have inter-generational consequences. Are we in the process of making the biggest mistake in human history?

It makes no mention of the potentially catastrophic inter-generational consequences of wireless technologies, such as the harm caused to the mitochondrial DNA of fetuses in utero.

No mention is made either of the profound impacts from wireless electrosmog to our wildlife – affecting countless biologically-sensitive species which have spent eons evolving with natural Earth resonances to now face a man-made sea of modulated microwaves that is billions upon billions of times higher than their natural systems are adapted to. The same goes for us.

Indeed there is much that is not talked about in this new world.
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