Dr. Suneel Dhand
We cannot see the waves, we cannot hear them, we cannot touch them, but they are all around us, invading the air, irradiating our body and the environment. An Invisible Threat looks at the relationship between microwave technology and health, investigating the conflicts of interest among industry representatives, politicians, scientists and consumers that leave us unprotected to the effects of radiation.
We are excited to announce our win in the Children’s Health Defense’s landmark case against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On August 13, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled that the FCC failed to provide a reasoned explanation for its determination that its current guidelines adequately protect the public against harmful effects of exposure to 5G and wireless technologies, and that it failed to review the extensive evidence – scientific evidence and evidence of existing sickness – that was filed with the FCC.
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Alex Berenson thinks social media companies have gone too far in censoring opposing views.
In an interview with The Defender, Berenson shared how he was banned from Twitter for 12 hours because he linked to a thread containing data that challenged the mainstream’s narrative that COVID vaccines are effective.
The former New York Times reporter and author of 12 novels and two nonfiction books — and currently author of the Substack publication “Unreported Truths” — said Twitter suddenly flagged several of his posts about COVID.
“My post said something really odd is going on –– the vaccines are failing, and they are. I linked to a long thread of data showing vaccine uptake is roughly inversely correlated with number of infections –– countries that have had the most uptake are now in the middle of the third wave. This person just pointed it out and I linked to it.”
“I think I will be kicked off if I don’t back off — which I’m not going to do,” Berenson said.
When asked about the increase in censorship by social media platforms, Berenson explained:
“It’s terrible. I shouldn’t be censored and RFK Jr. shouldn’t be censored and Naomi Wolf shouldn’t be censored … It’s a free country and Twitter is effectively a universal platform. I understand it’s a private company, but it’s a really important source of distribution of news and they have a responsibility to allow free speech.”
Berenson said if social media companies want to go against what’s wrong, then maybe they should lose liability protection. He pointed out how the Biden administration is pushing social media companies to make it harder for people like him to get their message out.
On July 15, White House Press Secretary Jenn Psaki said during a press briefing the Biden administration, through it’s senior staff members and COVID-19 team, is actively working with social media companies to censor certain views deemed “misinformation.”
“In terms of actions…we have taken — or we’re working to take, I should say — from the federal government: We’ve increased disinformation research and tracking within the Surgeon General’s office. We’re flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation. We’re working with doctors and medical professionals … who are popular with their audiences with accurate information and boost trusted content.”
Berenson said this in response to Psaki’s comments:
“They are censoring dissenting views and that is wrong. Suppose the next administration, instead of stopping The New York Times from selling papers, tells Exxon not to sell any diesel to The Times so they can’t print it and deliver it. ‘We’re not censoring. We’re just asking one private company to step in against another private company.’ That’s essentially what they’re doing.”
Berenson pointed out that Psaki was guilty of spreading misinformation in her July 16 White House press briefing when she said COVID vaccines had been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and had gone through the gold standard of the FDA approval process. Yet, she wasn’t censored.
Here’s what Psaki said:
“The risk and impact there is that this type of information magnifies … the risk of potential side effects associated with western vaccines. This is what … some of this misinformation is doing — and misleads the public by falsely alleging that mRNA vaccines are untested and, thus, risky, even though many of them are approved and have gone through the gold standard of the FDA approval process.
“But, certainly, pushing information out there that these tested, approved vaccines are ineffective and unhelpful — a lot of people on these platforms, they’re not discriminating, as you all know, between the source of the information. And that is damaging as well.”
Twitter is not supposed to make political choices. It’s supposed to be politically neutral, Berenson explained.
“If the vaccines were nearly 100% effective, people would be lined up for them in the street. They wouldn’t be having a problem convincing 30 to 40% of the country to get the vaccine. The reason they’re having a problem is because side effects are real and a lot of people are having them after the shot, COVID isn’t that dangerous and there are questions about their effectiveness.
“It’s not because of me. I am one person with a Twitter account. We are up against an entire establishment here. If the message was more honest and what they were saying were actually true, there would not be a problem getting people vaccinated.”
I think I speak for all of us when I say: WHO DO THESE PEOPLE THINK THEY ARE? Even if the vaccines worked PERFECTLY – and even if Covid was the danger they pretended – government attempts to censor dissenting speech cut again the heart of what America is. 8:29 AM · Jul 17, 2021
Berenson, whose children have received their childhood vaccines, backed into the vaccination issue because of COVID and believes the solution to the speech issue is more speech.
“Obviously there are people who say terrible things on Twitter and everywhere else,” Berenson said. “But outside of constitutionally recognized hate speech, it shouldn’t be suppressed.”
Berenson said it’s upsetting to him that his former colleagues at The Times don’t seem to feel strongly about this — that it’s okay to deplatform people.
“They make a living writing stories powerful people don’t like and one day they’re going to wish they had [cared about this issue],” Berenson said.
When it comes to media reporting, Berenson said when he worked at The Times, reporting was to be objective and fair. Today, “the media is much more willing to attack,” he said.
“There is a new aggressive movement with opinionated news stories, and what’s dangerous is that places like The Times still believe and present themselves as neutral when they aren’t. Social media companies and Wikipedia supposedly have neutral fact checkers of information, and that’s not true.
“Whenever a fact checker says something is partially true or partially false, they’re stating an opinion. Then what happens is Facebook says that ‘our fact checkers say X or Y’ and really what they’re doing is using the screen of unbiased fact-checking to remove information they don’t like.”
“If I say that VAERS [the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System] shows that 5,000 people died after getting the vaccine, that is true. You can say it doesn’t prove those people died after getting the vaccine, and that is also true, but my statement that 5,000 people died is still true.
“To say that I’m lying or RFK Jr. is lying is wrong. To say that we shouldn’t be allowed to express our opinion is doubly wrong.”
Berenson said he doesn’t know if reporters are intentionally engaging in reporting that isn’t fair or accurate.
“It’s hard to get in other peoples’ heads and it’s hard to know how smart they are and whether they understand the data and how much of it is people repeating stuff to each other,” he said.
Berenson wrote for The Times from 1999 to 2010. For the past 18 months he has posted frequently on Substack about COVID.
|On June 29, Elon Musk spoke at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. He said SpaceX presently has about 70,000 active beta testers of the Starlink satellites in 12 countries, and that full, global commercial service will begin in August. Beginning next month, anyone who purchases a user terminal for $500 and pays the $100 per month subscription fee will have access to high-speed internet by satellite from their home or vehicle anywhere in the world except the polar regions. More than half a million people have already put down a deposit.|
In his talk, Musk revealed that the solar array for each satellite generates more than 3,000 watts of actual power. It is these solar arrays that are disturbing both visual and infrared astronomy worldwide. And it is the radiation of (so far) more than 5 megawatts of combined power, focused into (ultimately) millions of powerful beams, that is radically disturbing the electromagnetic environment that we live in, that we evolved in, that surrounds and nurtures us, and that generates the electricity that runs through our veins, guiding our growth, health and life.
Musk also spoke about the gigantic Starship that SpaceX has built, which will be able to lift 150 tons into orbit, that he plans to use to build a base on the Moon and a city on Mars, and that will be ready for its first test launch in just a few months.
He also spoke about what drives him. His goal with SpaceX, he said, is “to extend consciousness beyond earth.” His goal with Tesla, he said, is “to show that life is good on earth, with sustainable energy.” And his goal with his newest company, Neuralink, he said, is “long-term AI/human symbiosis.”
Musk does not seem to know that instead of extending consciousness, he is destroying it; that instead of decreasing the use of fossil fuels, he is consuming phenomenal amounts of them launching his rockets on a soon-to-be daily basis. And he is clueless about radiation. When asked, back in February, whether cell phones are dangerous, he said: “If I had a helmet of cell phones strapped around my head and around my nuts, I would not worry… If you had a helmet that was made of cell phones, you would be fine.” Musk’s comments on radiation begin at minute 1:00 of this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvbgGUgADAE
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WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY AND IT IS US
A heartbreaking video shows what happened recently to all the bees in a hive in Eagle, Idaho within one month of a cell tower being erected nearby:
https://radiationdangers.com/2021/06/11/all-bees-dead-after-cell-tower-activated-in-eagle-idaho-video. Who is doing this to the world? We are. Who can stop doing this to the world? We can.
A new survey by Deloitte found that the average American household contains 25 different wireless devices.
There are smart phones, iPads, Kindles, wifi modems and routers, range extenders, wireless computers, wireless printers, wireless keyboards, wireless mice, wireless speakers, wireless headphones and earpieces, wireless garage door openers, wireless door locks, wireless doorbells, wireless baby monitors, wireless surveillance cameras, wifi video cameras, wifi digital photo frames, smart thermometers, smart thermostats, smart yoga mats, smart indoor lighting, smart security systems, voice controllers, gesture controllers, smart buttons, smart alarm clocks, smart air quality monitors, smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, smart navigation systems, connected exercise machines, fitness trackers, sleep trackers, location trackers, blood pressure monitors, heart rate monitors, smart appliances, controllers of smart appliances, ibeacons for home automation, smart ovens, smart irrigation systems, wireless garden sensors, Click and Grow Herb Gardens, smart grill thermometers, smart sprinkler controllers, smart air conditioners, smart TVs, video streaming devices for TVs, wireless gaming consoles, wireless leak detectors, smart watches, smart bracelets, smart air purifiers, smart home vent systems, remote pet feeders, smart light bulbs, bluetooth-connected espresso machines, and bluetooth-connected cookers.
Every one of these devices emits radiation. Every one of these devices, if you have it on your person or in your home, irradiates you and your family and your pets and your neighbors and the birds and bees and animals outside. This situation did not exist at all just 25 years ago and it must stop if we are to have a world to live in much longer. It is not necessary for a phone, computer or anything else to be wireless instead of wired in order for one to communicate and interact with the world.
All over the world, people are protesting against 5G.
In Switzerland, a popular initiative to amend the federal constitution to make telecommunications companies liable for personal injury and property damage caused by their transmitters gathered 92,515 signatures. The organizers fell just short of the 100,000 signatures that they needed to collect by July 3 in order to put the initiative on the ballot. They have now submitted the initiative as a petition to the Federal Assembly.
In Italy, in May, the Alleanza Italiana Stop 5G delivered 340,000 signatures to the Minister of Health asking for a moratorium on 5G and the Internet of Things, which their petition says is threatening “an electromagnetic overdose that is unprecedented in the history of humanity.” In April, 135 people — politicians, doctors, lawyers, engineers, diplomats, school teachers and others — went on an 18-day hunger strike to protest the proposed relaxation of exposure limits for radio-frequency radiation from 6 V/m to 61 V/m. They ended their hunger strike when Parliament removed the proposed text from consideration. But the proposed amendments to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan are back, and Parliament is set to vote on them. Other amendments would prohibit municipalities from regulating the location of cell towers and antennas, and would eliminate all restrictions on telecommunications facilities in national and regional parks and reserves. All this week, from July 12 to July 16, the Alleanza has been holding a national information and media campaign, together with protests at Parliament.
In Montgomery County, Maryland, residents are mobilizing to oppose the adoption of a new zoning amendment that would allow cell towers to be built on the sidewalk 30 feet from homes without any public hearings and without any notice to residents. The City Council of Tacoma Park has written a letter to the County opposing this amendment.
People all over the world are asking for cell towers not to be built and satellites not to be sent into the sky, yet most are holding cell phones in their hands that cannot work without the towers and satellites, and that are creating the demand that is destroying this planet.
People are always writing to me asking “What can I do?” You can throw away your cell phone and get rid of every wireless device that you own. That is within your power and it is the most effective thing that you can do.
| Arthur FirstenbergAuthor, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and LifeP.O. Box 6216Santa Fe, NM 87502|
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July 15, 2021
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News Watch from Children’s Health Defense
White House Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci said Sunday he supports COVID-19 vaccine mandates at the local level as more than 600,000 Americans have lost their lives over the course of the pandemic.
“There have been four million deaths worldwide. This is serious business. So, I am in favor of that,” Fauci told CNN’s Jake Tapper, referring to targeted local vaccine mandates.
Sharyl Attkisson: Big Tech Is Censoring Key Facts About COVID Vaccine Safety
No matter how diligent your research, finding truthful information about the risks of COVID vaccines can be tricky, according to investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson.
During a recent segment of “The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast,” Attkisson said information about the safety of COVID vaccines and other medicines is often “falsely portrayed by propagandists and pharmaceutical interests.”
COVID vaccines are being used on an “emergency basis,” said Attkisson, meaning they weren’t subjected to the same safety trials vaccines normally go through before hitting the market. “That’s why we’re learning things in real time as we go,” she said.
CDC Guidance Should Not Be Used to Mandate Masks for Kids Under 12. They’ve Suffered Enough.
All public health interventions have a public health cost, and masking our children –especially very young ones – against COVID is no exception. That’s why the new school reopening guidelines announced Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are a big step in the right direction.
The agency says masks are unnecessary for fully vaccinated students, teachers and staff, as long as they can maintain 3 feet of distancing, and recommends continued indoor masking and distancing for those who are unvaccinated. I agree with this as long as it doesn’t lead to mask mandates for young children, who are not yet eligible for vaccines.
Google’s Been Recording You. Here’s the Easiest Way to Delete Your Voice History
People were understandably freaked out when reports surfaced in 2019 that Google and Amazon were giving human contractors access to audio clips from their customers’ Google Home (now Google Nest) and Echo devices. Google has since made a change, requiring you to opt in to having voice searches recorded in the first place — and opting in also allows for human review, though audio is anonymized.
If you don’t remember whether you opted in or not, or if you opted in and now regret it, it’s worth taking time to see what Google’s recorded about you. Even though Google changed its stance on recording voice searches, the rest of your Google ecosystem activity might still be getting saved for posterity, no opt-in required.
Amazon Has Won Permission to Monitor Your Sleep Using Radar
The FCC approval document, published Friday, said Amazon’s description of its proposed device included “Radar Sensors to enable touchless control of device features and functions.”
It also said the device would be stationary, and Amazon “plans to use the radar’s capability of capturing motion in a three-dimensional space to enable contactless sleep tracing functionalities.”
Most of the U.S. Is Leaving Mask Policies Up to School Districts
With about a month until back to school begins in many K-12 districts, most states in the U.S. have no uniform plan to require masks, even as public health guidance still strongly recommends them for the unvaccinated.
Why it matters: Kids younger than 12 still haven’t been eligible for vaccination and, without mitigation efforts like masking, the fall could bring an uptick in the spread of COVID.
CNN Medical Analyst Suggests Life ‘Needs to Be Hard’ for Unvaccinated Americans
CNN medical contributor Dr. Leana Wen suggested Saturday that life needs to be “hard” for Americans who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine and individuals who refuse to get shots should perhaps face weekly testings.
“It needs to be hard for people to remain unvaccinated,” Wen, the former Planned Parenthood president, said. “Right now, it’s kind of the opposite.”
Unvaccinated people, she fretted, can at the moment go about their lives as normal without any consequence.
California to Require Masks in Schools, Despite New CDC Guidance
California plans to require masks for all students in the fall despite guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that says vaccinated students and teachers don’t need to wear them amid proper physical distancing.
State health officials said the requirement will allow for full-time in-person learning and for all students to be treated the same, whether they’re vaccinated or not.
Federal Bill Would Ban Vaccine Database in Response to Biden’s ‘Door-to-Door’ Pledge
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has introduced a bill that would prohibit the federal government from creating and maintaining a federal database of every American who has received COVID-19 vaccines.
Cruz introduced the bill after White House officials announced a plan to use taxpayer dollars to pay individuals to go door-to-door in regions of the country where there are relatively low vaccination rates.
Lara Logan Says Americans’ Privacy ‘Sold Out’ to Big Tech: ‘No Such Thing as Fourth Amendment Anymore’
LARA LOGAN: “I mean, the depth and breadth to which we have given up all of our privacy is truly staggering. As a mother, I was particularly shocked and alarmed by how every single piece of information that they have about us … they create a pattern of life and they connect all the dots and they know everything that you do.
So if you’re pregnant, they can tell that by the changes in your habits and what you search online and they can you know, they can manipulate a child that has anxiety by constantly reinforcing the things that give that child anxiety and things like 23 and Me, you know, these companies that use your DNA to tell you all about your history, that they’re selling that information to people like insurers, medical insurers. And all the people that you don’t want to have that information are getting it, everything has a back door and the government literally is spying on us in every means possible.
Cell Phones and Cancer: New UC Berkeley Study Suggests Cell Phones Sharply Increase Tumor Risk
New UC Berkeley research draws a strong link between cell phone radiation and tumors, particularly in the brain.
Researchers took a comprehensive look at statistical findings from 46 different studies around the globe and found that the use of a cell phone for more than 1,000 hours, or about 17 minutes a day over a ten year period, increased the risk of tumors by 60 percent.
Researchers also pointed to findings that showed cell phone use for 10 or more years doubled the risk of brain tumors.
Trudeau Says Unvaccinated Tourists Won’t Be Welcome in Canada for ‘Quite a While’
“I can tell you right now that’s not going to happen for quite a while,” Mr Trudeau said at a press conference in British Columbia, asserting the need to protect the citizens of Canada.
Mr Trudeau continued, “We need to continue to ensure that the safety of Canadians, of all the sacrifices that so many people have made over the past many, many months, are not for nothing.”
|Eating and breathing are the fundamental requirements of life. But the energy for life also requires combustion: the food we eat must combine with the oxygen we breathe. This combustion takes place inside our cells in tiny structures called mitochondria. And within our mitochondria are even tinier structures called electron transport chains. These are the invisible wires that carry the electrons generated by the digestion of our food to the molecules of oxygen supplied by our lungs and blood. Anything that interferes with these tiny electric currents interferes with life.|
Wireless technology, by bombarding our cells with complex, pulsed, modulated electromagnetic fields, plays havoc with these currents of life. The whole process of eating, breathing, digesting, and producing energy — the process of living — slows down. We are seeing the consequences everywhere.
Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer
When the electron-generating enzymes in our mitochondria cannot keep up with the volume of sugars, fats and proteins being supplied by our digestive system, those components of our diet accumulate in our blood.
The accumulation of sugar in the blood, and its excretion by the kidneys, is called diabetes, a disease that was so rare before 1860 that most doctors never saw a case during their lifetime. Eating sugar, no matter how much, once did not cause diabetes.
The accumulation of fats in the blood, and their deposition in the walls of our arteries, including our coronary arteries, causes heart disease, which was uncommon in 1850 and almost never occurred except in infants and the elderly. Cholesterol, and high-fat diets, once did not cause heart disease. Later, the same changes occurred in zoo animals. Heart disease, for example, did not exist in any animals in the Philadelphia Zoo before 1945. And the first heart attacks ever recorded in zoo animals occurred in 1955. Yet sclerosis of the coronary arteries increased so rapidly that by 1963, over 90 percent of all mammals and 72 percent of all birds that died in the zoo had coronary disease, while 24 percent of the mammals and 10 percent of the birds had had heart attacks. Similar trends were reported from the London Zoo and the Zoo of Antwerp.
When our cells are starved of oxygen because they cannot use all the oxygen we breathe, sometimes they revert to anaerobic (non-oxygen using) metabolism and become cancerous. Cancer, too, was once quite rare. In 1850 it was the 25th most common cause of death in the U.S., behind accidental drowning. Even tobacco smoking, before about 1920, did not cause lung cancer. And during the 1930s and 1940s the rates of both malignant and benign tumors increased dramatically among many families of mammals and birds at the Philadelphia Zoo.
The modern pandemic of obesity is also an electrical disease caused not by overeating and lack of exercise but by the same slowing down of metabolism. Depending on our genetic disposition, our bodies either excrete a large portion of our digested food unused, causing weight loss, or else convert much of the carbohydrates and fats we eat into fatty tissues, causing obesity. Obesity has been steadily increasing, worldwide, not only in humans, but in zoo animals, laboratory animals, pets, farm animals, and wild animals, due to the increase in radiation.
Contrary to popular belief, the lengthening of the human life span is not due to modern medicine. It is instead caused by the interference with metabolism that slows down our rate of living. And also contrary to popular belief, this is not a good thing: we are all living slower, sicker, less vital lives. This was observed in 1880 by Dr. George Miller Beard in his book on neurasthenia: “Although [neurasthenia] may tend to prolong life and to protect the system against febrile and inflammatory disease, yet the amount of suffering that [it] cause[s] is enormous.” And the same observation was made by Yasuo Kagawa in 1978 about the remarkable increase in lifespan in Japan: “Extended life expectancy but increased diseases.”
This, too, has been occurring in both humans and animals.
The evidence for what I have summarized so far is set out in detail in chapters of my book, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life: Chapter 11, “Irritable Heart”; Chapter 12, “The Transformation of Diabetes”; Chapter 13, “Cancer and the Starvation of Life”; and Chapter 14, “Suspended Animation.”
The rest of this newsletter is devoted to additional evidence that has been brought to my attention only recently.
Normal Body Temperature is Decreasing
Dousing the fires of life by interfering with metabolism might be expected to lower the body’s temperature. And it is so.
Two weeks ago, Dr. Mark Thompson, a biochemist in the UK, called my attention to a paper published by a group of doctors at the Stanford University School of Medicine. They pointed out that normal body temperature is no longer 37° Celsius (98.6° Fahrenheit), but that it in fact has been steadily declining for close to 150 years. Their paper, published January 7, 2020, is titled “Decreasing human body temperature in the United States since the Industrial Revolution.” The data they relied on were hundreds of thousands of temperature measurements taken from three databases: the Union Army Veterans of the Civil War (measurement years 1862-1930); the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I (NHANES) (1971-1975); and the Stanford Translational Research Integrated Database Environment (STRIDE) (2007-2017).
Because these scientists could not figure out what could make body temperature drop so steadily, they attributed it to “physiologic evolution” instead of to an environmental factor.
Another study, this time of the Tsimane’ people in the Bolivian Amazon, came to my attention a few days ago. It is titled “Rapidly declining body temperature in a tropical human population.” Most Tsimane’ villages still have no electricity, but in 2004, many of the villagers acquired cell phones, radios, antennas, light bulbs, and solar panels, and in 2009 a 374-kilometer, 115-kilovolt transmission line was completed through the area. The line runs close to about a 50-kilometer stretch of the Maniqui River, where many of the villages are located. Today there is cell phone service for at least 25 kilometers, and probably farther, in every direction from the only town, San Borja. 16,800 measurements of body temperature were made between 2003 and 2018. During this period of time, normal body temperature plummeted among these people from 37.4° C (99.3° F) to 36.4° C (97.5° F).
I have charted all the data from both these papers on the same graph:
| One detail that the Stanford scientists ignored is the sharp drop in body temperature that occurred in the U.S. when it entered World War I in 1917 and that continued through most of the 1920s. This is consistent with the deployment of immensely powerful low frequency radio stations by the United States in order to reach Navy ships overseas during the war, most of which were dismantled or replaced by lower power shortwave stations by the end of the 1920s.|
The role of electricity and radio in causing influenza, including the Spanish influenza of 1918, is also explored in my book: Chapter 7, “Acute Electrical Illness”; Chapter 8, “Mystery on the Isle of Wight”; and Chapter 9, “Earth’s Electric Envelope.”
Cancer is Not a Genetic Disease
Additional evidence that cancer is a metabolic mitochondrial disease has also come to my attention recently. Although modern oncologists are wedded to the idea that cancer is caused by genetic mutations caused by environmental toxins, a rival theory, formulated a century ago by Otto Warburg, holds that cancer is a metabolic disease caused by lack of oxygen, and that carcinogens cause cancer by damaging cellular respiration.
Warburg based his hypothesis on the observation that cancer cells do not require oxygen, and this observation is behind the modern method of diagnosing and staging cancer using positron emission tomography, or PET scanning. Because anaerobic metabolism is inefficient and consumes glucose at a tremendous rate, PET scans can easily find tumors in the body by their more rapid uptake of radioactive glucose.
Now, new research by Thomas Seyfried at Boston College has virtually proven that cancer is not caused by genetic mutations. He reviewed evidence from nuclear transfer experiments done in his own and other laboratories in recent years that prove that it is the mitochondria-containing cytoplasm, and not the DNA-containing nucleus, that determines whether a cell is cancerous or not.
When the nucleus of a cancer cell is combined with the cytoplasm of a normal cell, the resulting fused cell grows normally when implanted into an animal. Conversely, when the nucleus of a normal cell is combined with the cytoplasm of a cancer cell, the fused cell forms a tumor when implanted. It is the mitochondria, and not the DNA, that determines whether a cell is cancerous or not.
“In contrast to the somatic mutation theory,” writes Seyfried, “emerging evidence suggests that cancer is a mitochondrial metabolic disease, according to the original theory of Otto Warburg.” Cancer, he says, is caused by lack of oxygen, and DNA mutations are a secondary effect of that lack. “It has been my view,” he writes, “that the plethora of random somatic mutations seen in tumors of almost every kind arise ultimately as downstream effects of insufficient respiration with compensatory fermentation.”
The prevailing, mistaken view of cancer is responsible for the artificial, wrong, and devastating distinction made by scientists, governments, and the World Health Organization between ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. Ionizing radiation is energetic enough to knock electrons off of atoms and create ions, and anything that can ionize your DNA is supposed to be able to cause genetic mutations which is supposed to be the cause of cancer. Therefore, according to the prevailing theory, wavelengths much shorter than light waves (high-energy ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays) are dangerous and wavelengths longer than light waves (infrared, radio waves, and power line radiation) are safe, and can be pulsed, modulated and manipulated, and sent all over the planet with impunity.
Seyfried and his colleagues have virtually proven that this is wrong.
|SOURCE: Arthur Firstenberg Author, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and LifeP.O. Box 6216Santa Fe, NM 87502|
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June 30, 2021
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|On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, both the number of satellites in low orbit around the earth, and the volume of data they transmit, increased significantly. On Wednesday morning (4:28 a.m. EDT), SpaceX launched another 60 satellites. On Wednesday evening (10:47 p.m. EDT), OneWeb launched another 36 satellites. And people who already have satellite Internet from SpaceX reported a sudden increase in their Internet speed on Wednesday up to 430 Mbps.|
This could explain the reports I am beginning to receive of sudden illness that began on Wednesday. I myself was unable to sleep at all Wednesday night, and my body hurt, and itched, all over. I was very ill all day Thursday, and still do not feel well. I have received similar reports from other people in the United States, Canada, Norway, Australia and South Africa. I would like to find out how widespread this is. Some people are reporting that they have not felt well for a couple of weeks, but that they suddenly got much sicker Wednesday or Wednesday night.
Current Players and Their PlanS
Here is a list of companies that are actively planning to launch and operate large constellations of satellites in low orbit around the earth. The purpose of these satellite networks is to provide Internet and/or cell phone service everywhere on earth, as well as to facilitate the Internet of Things. All will shoot focused beams of radiation at the earth from phased array antennas.
SpaceX, based in the United States, already has approval to operate 12,000 satellites and has filed applications for 30,000 more. More than 1,300 have already been launched. At least initially, these satellites are for Internet only and will not communicate directly with cell phones. Subscribers will purchase a small rooftop dish and a WiFi router. Beta testing by an estimated 10,000 subscribers in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany and New Zealand is already happening.
OneWeb, based in the United Kingdon, has aready launched 148 satellites, and plans to begin providing service after it has 250 satellites in orbit. Initial service will be to northern latitude regions, including the UK, Europe, Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. OneWeb plans to provide cell phone as well as Internet service. Subscribers will purchase a small user terminal that will function as a small cell, able to connect to any mobile device in its vicinity. OneWeb has scaled back its planned number of satellites from 49,000 to 7,088. It does not plan to compete directly with SpaceX. Instead it will market its service to airlines, businesses and governments.
Telesat, based in Canada, has increased its planned number of satellites from 117 to 1,671. It, too, is marketing its service to businesses. Its customers will include cruise ships, airlines, and governments. Telesat intends for its satellites to replace terrestrial fiber networks for long-distance communication. “We’re basically deploying a big space-based mesh IP network,” said its CEO Dan Goldberg.
AST & Science
This company, based in the U.S., is designing its satellites to communicate directly with cell phones. But instead of selling its service directly to cell phone users, it will partner with existing cell phone service providers, so that when a cell phone user travels out of range of any cell towers, the cell phone’s signal will automatically be handed off to a satellite. While this company does not plan to have as many satellites as its competitors, the power levels of its communicating beams will be much greater. Its application to the FCC specifies a maximum EIRP (effective radiating power) of up to 79.2 dBW, or more than 83,000,000 watts per beam.
This company, partnering with Lockheed Martin and the U.S. military, is also designing its satellites to communicate directly with cell phones. Its brochure boasts that it will “enable the Internet of Things on a massive new scale.” “Omnispace is honored to have been selected to work with the U.S. Navy and Marines to demonstrate 5G capability from space,” said Campbell Marshall, Vice President for Government and International Markets in a March 15, 2021 interview. Omnispace has an experimental license from the FCC and has not revealed how many satellites it plans to operate.
Amazon’s application to operate 3,236 satellites was approved by the FCC last July. Like SpaceX, it plans to sell small user terminals to its customers for mounting on rooftops and vehicles.
Like Omnispace and AST & Science, Lynk is designing its satellites to communicate directly with cell phones. Like AST & Science, Lynk has an experimental license from the FCC and has not revealed how many satellites it plans to operate.
Facebook is planning to launch a constellation of small, 150-pound satellites, called cubesats. It too has an experimental license from the FCC and has not revealed how many satellites it plans to operate.
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Join CHD’s legal team Discussion of 1/25 Oral Arguments
On January 25 we had oral arguments in our landmark case against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.The hearing went VERY WELL.
Our case challenges the FCC’s refusal to review its 25-year-old obsolete wireless “health guidelines” and to adopt scientific, biologically based radio frequency emissions rules that adequately protect public health from wireless devices and infrastructure, including 5G. After the hearing, we do indeed feel that we are closer than ever to FCC accountability!
Both Children’s Health Defense and the Environmental Health Trust filed cases against the FCC but filed the briefs jointly. While EHT has been represented by attorney Ed Meyers, because of a court decision that only one attorney will be allowed to present, Scott McCollough, CHD’s attorney, represented both CHD and EHT Petitioners in oral arguments.
The judges asked excellent questions and showed in-depth knowledge of the case. The honorable Judge Henderson, a chemical engineer by training, told the FCC: “I am inclined to rule against you,” which is a rare and strong statement from a judge.
The honorable Judge Millet consistently pushed the FCC to answer why the FCC and/or the FDA didn’t review the evidence on non-cancer effects of wireless technology; why they addressed only cell phones when there is evidence on effects from various other devices and infrastructure; and why they didn’t address the cumulative effects from the chronic exposure for numerous devices.
Judge Millet said to the FCC attorney: “How was it reasonable for the FCC to rely so heavily on a response from the FDA that … did not address the very things you asked for information on: other devices, the use of multiple devices and physical harms other than cancer?“
On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 5 p.m. EST (2 p.m. PST), we will hold a virtual press conference to discuss the oral arguments and the case.
- Register for Press Conference
- Press Release
- Oral Arguments Transcript
- Oral Arguments Audio – 84MB
- Read The Defender Article about the Petitioners’ Submission of 11,000 pages of evidence.
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr., CHD’s Chairman and co-counsel in the case
- Scott W. McCollough, CHD’s attorney on this case
- Dafna Tachover, CHD Director of the 5G and Wireless Harm Project