posted on Jun, 9 2014 @ 11:21 PM
originally posted by: rickymouse
"The team discovered that high-frequency electrical stimulus, similar to that generated by cell phones and Wi-Fi networks, increased the growth of
blood vessel networks by as much as 50 percent" Since boosting blood vessel growth also helps cancer tumors grow, then the cell phones and wireless
can also stimulate growth of cancer.
Yes, however you're leaving out that greater oxygenation and blood nutrients to tissues helps EVERYTHING grow. Yes, if you already have tumors sitting
around AND you don't have anything else going on in your body to actually combat that AND you use frequencies that increase the blood flow to that
area -- yes, bad idea. Actually there is a frequency range that is ideal for cancerous tumors -- they use it in conjunction with a drug to utterly
void the blood of as much glucose as possible to starve the tumor. But anyway...
While I was looking for the little IR blood DIY thing (which I still haven't found), I actually found what looks like the nicest DIY for Beck -ish
I've seen so far: curezone.com...
Myselfaswell: I recently did a massive cleaning of my back room which has these large stacking drawers floor to ceiling all along one wall and was
filled with, seriously, like 14 years of used electronics (I could almost build a desk out of all my dead laptops. Hazard of buying cheap ones.
Although most Acers are paperweights just out of the factory). Both for this, and for some stuff I was reading a year or more ago related to copper
wires and windings and such around the wrist and body, I took all the tons of cords to stuff I was tossing and cut the ends off. I now have enough
insulted wire to make godzilla batteries for my entire neighborhood LOL. That reminds me there's a video -- well it's a 5 minute how-to that takes 40
I seem to recall but it's very simple and useful -- on making the godzilla, hang on... here it is:
Edit: insulted wire was an 'insulated' typo but given I'd just said I cut its ends off it seemed like a reasonable typo so I'm leaving it. ;-)
edit on 9-6-2014 by RedCairo because: (no reason given)