I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t put a microwave next to your head. I am right, aren’t I?
Well, I hate to be the bearer of more bad news but using an AirPod or any other wireless, Bluetooth headset, or holding the phone to your ear is about the same – or worse, because it’s constantly putting out a signal even when not in use.
Should You Use AirPods or other wireless, Bluetooth headsets?
5G Crisis Summit– Dr. Klinghardt Speaks About Autism and Alzheimer’s
Are We Gambling with our Health?
Dr. Klinghardt feels that the use of WiFi has led to the biggest health crisis the human race has ever had to deal with. The increase in WiFi exposure and frequencies has led to the increasing prevalence of sleep disorders, ADD, ADHD, autism, Alzheimer’s, Lyme disease, and a host of other health issues including mental health issues such as anxiety.
For those of you who were not able to listen to the many excellent talks on this summit, we will be giving you a quick summary of the main points of some of the more important talks. In this blog, we’ll talk about Autism and Alzheimer’s Disease as it relates to the many different wireless signals that blanket our globe.
“5G is the Stupidest Idea In the History of the World”
Dr. Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University is not mincing words about a technology that is being shoved down our throats by the mobile communications industry. Big Corporations are influencing our politicians to the point where many of us wonder why we even vote?
We all love our cell phones, but is there a downside to using them all the time? Our phones operate at frequencies that most of us can’t even pronounce, much less imagine. The earth vibrates at 7.3 Hz (Hertz or cycles per second).
Our brain vibrates in a frequency range of less than 3.5 Hz when we are in a deep sleep (Delta), normal sleep 4-7 Hz (Theta), relaxed wakefulness – meditation 8-14 Hz (Alpha) or very alert 14-30 Hz (Beta). Some meditators have even experienced Gamma brain waves, with a frequency of between 25-100 Hz. However, these are all very LOW numbers when compared to our cell phones. Continue reading →