Scientists Call for Immediate Precaution With Wireless Technology

On Monday May 11th, 190 scientists from 39 nations submitted an appeal to the United Nations, UN member states and the World Health Organization (WHO) requesting they adopt more protective exposure guidelines for electromagnetic fields (EMF) and wireless technology in the face of increasing evidence of risk. These exposures are a rapidly growing form of environmental pollution worldwide.

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Learn more at EMFscientist.org

 

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4 responses to “Scientists Call for Immediate Precaution With Wireless Technology

  1. Of course I spent all day on my wireless internet. I guess I’ll have to be more aware.

    • Please eliminate wireless from your home, and use the portable devices only when absolutely needed, otherwise keep them turned off.

      • couldn’t afford a landline and cell so I have the cell. But I never have it in my bedroom. And only have it in my pocket when I go in the woods for a walk. I turn my internet off every night but I have to admit — I use that a lot.

        • I think it’s especially important to eliminate all home wireless exposures when children are involved, and keep devices turned off except when in use for emergencies… Texting is safer than talking, speaker phone is the safest way to talk – they should NEVER be against your head.

          The fine print in every device states the minimum distance they should be away from your body AT ALL TIMES, and it’s usually about an inch!!!

          Major Device Safety Warnings

          Below is a list of warnings from every major manufacturer in the world found deep inside their user manuals warning consumers of the dangers of holding their device to the head or storing in pockets/bras. Most people have no idea. This information should be on the front package of every device.
          http://c4st.org/news/major-device-safety-warnings.html

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