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Cell Phone Radiation
« on: July 03, 2018, 06:00:52 PM »
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  • Cell Phone Industry Wins Right to Continue Not Warning Public About Radiation Danger Other Than in Fine Print of Manuals Most Don’t Read or Can’t Find
    July 1, 2018 in News by Ken

    By B.N. Frank

    Cell phone manufacturers have actually been warning their shareholders – not customers – that they may eventually be held liable for the harm they have caused.
    In the meantime though, they want to keep the rest of us confused about harm from exposure and excited about new digital, electronic, and wireless technology.
    Many people are unaware that warnings on packs of cigarettes weren’t included until 1964 even though there was research that had already proven they were harmful.  For years afterward, people were still allowed to smoke almost everywhere – even in doctor’s offices and hospitals.  The Tobacco Industry’s use of the American government’s appeal system was brilliantly described by character, Nick Naylor, in the 2004 film, Thank You for Smoking.
    It all seems ridiculous – almost laughable – to think that people believed that regularly inhaling smoke of any kind was completely harmless.  We were played big-time by “Big Tobacco.”
    In fact, “Big Tobacco” was still using that American appeals system until last year to play us.  Laughable, right?
    In 2012, a federal bill was introduced by Dennis Kucinich called “The Cell Phone Right to Know” Act.  It was supported by many – including scientists and medical professionals – but didn’t pass.
    In 2014, The Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Ordinance was introduced to require cell phone retailers to provide consumers with:
    “…purely factual and uncontroversial disclosures about commercial products.”
    The city’s cell phone “right to know” ordinance requires cell phone retailers either to post a notice or provide consumers with the following safety information:
    “To assure safety, the Federal Government requires that cell phones meet radiofrequency (RF) exposure guidelines. If you carry or use your phone in a pants or shirt pocket or tucked into a bra when the phone is ON and connected to a wireless network, you may exceed the federal guidelines for exposure to RF radiation. Refer to the instructions in your phone or user manual for information about how to use your phone safely.”
    Decades of research had already proven that exposure to cell phones and other digital, electronic, and wireless devices and infrastructure was harmful.  This legislation still didn’t make much reference to that.
    That doesn’t matter to CITA, who represents The Wireless Industry.
    This is why The Telecom Industry- aka “Big Wireless” – has been compared to “Big Tobacco”recently and in the past.  They have legally been able to avoid warning us about exposure except for in the fine print of their manuals which many don’t read – sometimes because they can’t find them.  No one seems to have yet enforced “The Precautionary Principle” on “Big Wireless.”
    Many people assume that all of this is harmless otherwise we’d be warned by everyone under the sun – like we are with smoking.  Children likely assume that all of this technology operates via magic, otherwise every adult under the sun wouldn’t seem to be endorsing them to use it and Sesame Streetwouldn’t feature a character named “Smarty the Smart Phone.”
    Earlier this week, advertisers cheered at the California Supreme Court decision to vacate a lower court ruling in the Berkley ordinance that required cell phone retailers to warn customers about possible radiation exposure.
    It’s bad for business when people start worrying that excessive use and exposure to specific products and infrastructure will harm them and their loved ones, including their pets.
    It’s not just The Telecom Industry aka “Big Wireless” that doesn’t seem to care about any of this.  Many of our as well as current and former government employees don’t seem to care either.
    In the meantime, well-meaning people are raising money for research to cure cancer and other health conditions while the powers-that-be continue encouraging that we expose ourselves and our loved ones to increasing amounts of radiation and electrical pollution (Electrosmog).

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  • There will be a higher incidence of cancer among women in the future because they're addicted to their cell phones far more than men. It's another reason why women are even more detached from reality than men in these latter days. They have screen hypnosis and self-induced Pavlov's Conditioning. They get a cheap excitement and their pupils dilate when a notification goes off on their phones.
    Blessed be the Lord my God, who teacheth my hands to fight, and my fingers to war. ~ Psalms 143:1 (Douay-Rheims)

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  • This School Banned Cell Phones And Happiness Followed
    Published: July 6, 2018
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    By Heather CallaghanNatural Blaze


    As research into EMF sensitivity and social media addiction continues to surface, it’s no surprise that some institutions are trying their own little happiness experiments. After all, schools are supposed to be for focused education, and the added distractions and social pressures of cell phones may further zap the joy right out of students.
    Researchers, for instance, recently discovered that smart phones were the culprit behind the depression spikes and suicide attempts among teens in the last decade. That little-known discovery has serious implications for the future of humanity. But is anyone paying attention? (or are they on Snapchat!)
    Four years ago, a French school trepidatiously banned the use of cell phones – and something interesting followed.
    GNN reports:
    According to The Guardian, the 290 teenager pupils at La Gautrais Middle School in Plouasne have displayed “more social interaction between children, more empathy and a readiness to learn at the start of lessons”.
    Students are talking and playing more at recess; the youngsters are active and engaged on school field trips, rather than staring at screens; and they say that they are closer with their friends as a result of conversing more with each other.
    “When I’m with my friends I prefer a proper conversation,” one of the kids told the news outlet. “If you’re all standing around with phones, you talk about what’s on the screen rather than really listening to each other.”
    “We thought the toilets would be monopolized by children sneaking a look at their phones, but that hasn’t happened at all,” said one headteacher. “What we have seen is that pupils seem less addicted to phones.”
    We don’t want to paint a fairy tale ending here – teenagers, after all, face a lot of struggles and school doesn’t necessarily make any of them better. But clearly, cell phones had something to do with a lack of connection and happiness.
    Celebrities are speaking out against smartphone use. Our readers may not care about what celebrities do, but in this case I do, and I’ll tell you why – celebrities can afford the finest lifestyles and technology humanly possible. If they are getting burnt out on luxuries that are marketed as making our lives better, or becoming utterly addicted to them – then I want to know why. 
    Carrie-Anne Moss (who played Trinity in the Matrix series) says that smartphones are making us live in a real matrix! She no longer uses them around her family because it robs her of real connection. Her use of “screen time” as an analogy for the matrix was fitting to say the least.
    In 2016, America’s Fixer Upper sweethearts announced that they weren’t letting their children use cell phones and TV.
    Actor Aziz Ansari figured out the addictive game behind having Internet on his phone. He even suffered withdrawal effects when he deleted the Internet from his phone. Find out what made him ditch it.
    Even grumpy talent judge Simon Cowell ditched his cell phoneHe reportedly loves life without a cell phone now.
    Maybe that explains everything – it was his cell phone all along!
    And just maybe, not being glued to a screen that fits in our palms will become the next big trend – one can only hope, right?
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