Dr. Martin Pall came to our area recently and spoke to us about the dangers of 5G. His information was hair-raising. There are people who are comparing the assault of 5G on our modern civilization to similar times in history where bullies ran over thousands and even millions of their own fellow citizens. Think Stalin, Hitler, PolPot… you know the list. We can’t wait until the installers are at the foot of our driveways and ask them to stop the installation. It will be too late by then. Action is needed NOW.
What can we do to stop the Telecommunications Industry from forcing 5G on us?
While it’s true that correlation does not necessarily determine causation, it can be a good indication of a contributing factor. The world is filled with more technology, radio towers, and electronic devices today than ever before. The rates of disorders such as autism have never been higher either. Whether you want to believe these things are coincidental or not is up to you, but denying the facts can be a dangerous game. Continue reading →
There are plenty of people who will tell you that cell phone and cordless phone radiation is harmless. The most troubling part, though, is that many of these people are the ones who make U.S. governmental policies on electromagnetic field, or EMF dangers.
In a piece published by the Portland Press Herald, Marina Schauffler, Ph.D. and founder of website NaturalChoices.com, outlined the errors that infect our current policies and stance towards EMF dangers. As she points out, it’s not as easy as simply saying who’s right and who’s wrong. Continue reading →
At Bioelectric Shield, we know The dangers of electromagnetic fields (EMF) which can come from a variety of sources. Things like laptop radiation effects, microwave ovens, and, of course, the ever-increasing prevalence of cordless and cell phone radiation. In fact, more than 190 scientists from 40 countries called on the U.N. and the World Health Organization (WHO) for greater protection against non-ionizing radiation just last May. Continue reading →