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WIFI Radiation and other sources of radiation slowly killing us!!!!!!!!!

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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 06:30 AM
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originally posted by: Aquariusdude
... there are radiations within these frequencies that are weakening to the body (think microwave radiation), especially over long periods of time.

Like the microwave radiation from the sun and other stars which humanity has been exposed to since time immemorial?


originally posted by: Aquariusdude
Exposure to various types of these radiations has been linked to cancer, childhood leukemia ... and birth defects..

Microwave and radiowaves (WiFi) are non-ionizing radiation , ionizing radiation is what can cause cancer and birth defects.


originally posted by: Aquariusdude
..they also called the paramedics because i ran out of breath!...
my blood pressure is 150120 with a pulse of 115!! not normal!! ...
... i am not fine i am dying!!!!! .

There is a phenomenon called a panic attack during which sufferers get breathless , have a high heart rate and high blood pressure, and think they are imminently going to die , but don’t.
If you mistakenly believe you are being assailed from modern technology then it’s unsurprising that you become extremely anxious in a office filled with computers , but it’s not the WiFi technology that’s giving you symptoms.


originally posted by: Aquariusdude
i am moving to the country where there is minimal radiation! and so should you!

Unless you’re moving into a metal box, or Faraday cage, then you are wasting your time, money, and ramping up your stress by moving to a different country. Instead spend the moving-country-budget on more, or better, psychiatry.


originally posted by: Aquariusdude
... i shut off the wifi in the house my blood pressure went down as well as my anxietystress ...


What no neighbours with WiFi ? , I have plenty and their WiFi signals are collectively stronger than mine ...


If I was sensitive to WiF switching mine off wouldn't make any difference because of the neighbours.
If you feel better after switching yours off then your problem is a psychological one , not an electromagnetic one.
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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 06:40 AM
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That would be a cool idea if there were just wired cities or towns that people could move to that are sensitive to frequencys or just dont want to be exposed to those types of thing but theres always dirty electricity you have to deal with also. Im going to say it i hate what technology has done but i cant live without it.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 07:07 AM
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A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. In fact, it's more dangerous than radio waves.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 07:26 AM
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originally posted by: AgentShillington
A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. In fact, it's more dangerous than radio waves.


A long list of studies regarding negative health effects of radio frequency:
www.activistpost.com...

If anyone thinks the neighbor's wifi 40 feet away is as damaging as his own laptop sitting 3 inches from his gonads, he hasn't a clue.
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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 07:37 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks

originally posted by: AgentShillington
A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. In fact, it's more dangerous than radio waves.


A long list of studies regarding negative health effects of radio frequency:
www.activistpost.com...

If anyone thinks the meighbor's wifi 40 feet away is as damaging as his own laptop sitting 3 inches from his gonads, he hasn't a clue.


Thank you for proving my point so eloquently. 34 papers, none of which show any sort of causal link between radio waves and adverse health, trotted out in a grand list to claim the contrary. A little bit of knowledge, indeed.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 08:01 AM
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originally posted by: AgentShillington

originally posted by: Tusks

originally posted by: AgentShillington
A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. In fact, it's more dangerous than radio waves.


A long list of studies regarding negative health effects of radio frequency:
www.activistpost.com...

If anyone thinks the meighbor's wifi 40 feet away is as damaging as his own laptop sitting 3 inches from his gonads, he hasn't a clue.


Thank you for proving my point so eloquently. 34 papers, none of which show any sort of causal link between radio waves and adverse health, trotted out in a grand list to claim the contrary. A little bit of knowledge, indeed.


You can lead a horse to water, but---obviously you have an agenda. All these studies demonstrate that wifi/radio frequency appears to possess potential for deleterious health effects. Even WHO has fears that cell phone use can cause increase incidence of brain gliomas. The amount of money and effort to counter any studies like these will be tremendous.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 08:09 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks
... Even WHO has fears that cell phone use can cause increase incidence of brain gliomas. The amount of money and effort to counter any studies like these will be tremendous.

Is someone bribing Cancer Research UK to hide the exponential increase in brain cancer caused by the exponential increase in mobile phone use over the last 20 years ? ...


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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 08:44 AM
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It appears that the incidence of meningiomas has nearly doubled with the advent of universal cell phone usage.

www.surgicalneurologyint.com...


glioma (Australia study)



meningioma


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And the incidence of all brain tumors has a positive slope.
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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 08:49 AM
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Wifi is bad and so are cell phones.
I done my own research at home with both and how I feel
ear pressure when I dont use the speaker option on my cell
and I sleep better when I shut off the WIFI. Its not a debate
and there IS supporting research out there.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 09:22 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks
It appears that the incidence of gliomas has nearly doubled with the advent of universal cell phone usage.

www.surgicalneurologyint.com...



You're shooting yourself in the foot with that graph: from 2003 to 2008 it could actually be a horizontal line, no increase , if the error bars shown are correct.
Why did the alleged carcinogenic effects of cellphones not increase from 2003 to 2008, despite rising cellphone usage during and prior to that period ?. You've just demonstrated there is no correlation between cellphone use and brain cancer , never-mind causation.



US Cell Phone Usage 1987-2008

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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 09:45 AM
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If the increased incidence of brain tumors is due to cell phone usage, it would not exactly match the graph of cell-phone usage. There would be a lag time. It might take 10-20 years to get a more complete picture. And most illnesses have several factors that affect the degree and progression of the disease. We don't know all the factors for any disease. There is obvious correlation between cell-phone use and increase in incidence of brain tumors. Does that prove causation? No, but it does indicate the possibility of it.
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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 09:53 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks
If the increased incidence of brain tumors is due to cell phone usage, it would not exactly match the graph of cell-phone usage. There would be a lag time. It might take 10-20 years to get a more complete picture.

That's why I said "despite rising cellphone usage during and prior to that period" : cellphone usage has constantly increased since its introduction, ( it has never decreased ), if it were causing brain cancer that should constantly increase too, ( and definitely never dip as your graph does between 2005 and 2007 ).


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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 09:58 AM
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a reply to: engvbany

You should take that argument to the folks who argue that CO2 increases cause global warming. By your reasoning, since the CO2 level has been rising every year for a century, every year should be hotter than the previous year, and since there are cooler years every once in a while, that disproves the CO2 link to warming. You need to give it a little more thought.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:06 AM
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a reply to: Aquariusdude

Around 50-60 bpm.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:07 AM
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originally posted by: Lil Drummerboy
Wifi is bad ... I done my own research at home with both and how I feel ...

Have you tried a double-blind test at home ?, then you'd find you are not actually sensitive to WiFi ...


wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_hypersensitivity wrote:
"Since a systematic review in 2005 showing no convincing scientific evidence for it being caused by electromagnetic fields, several double-blind experiments have been published, each of which has suggested that people who report electromagnetic hypersensitivity are unable to detect the presence of electromagnetic fields and are as likely to report ill health following a sham exposure, as they are following exposure to genuine electromagnetic fields, suggesting the cause to be the nocebo effect"
en.wikipedia.org...
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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:19 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks
You can lead a horse to water, but---obviously you have an agenda. All these studies demonstrate that wifi/radio frequency appears to possess potential for deleterious health effects. Even WHO has fears that cell phone use can cause increase incidence of brain gliomas. The amount of money and effort to counter any studies like these will be tremendous.


I won't argue the possibility, and you are correct, there is potential. However, none of your graphs amount to a hill of beans if a causal link isn't discovered, as statistics don't actually mean anything until they are backed with evidence of causal occurrence.

I mean, come on.





www.tylervigen.com...

Correlation does not imply causation.
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posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:41 AM
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a reply to: AgentShillington

So you assure us that you are completely 100% confident that there are absolutely no deleterious effects due to non-thermal RF in phones, computers, smart meters, and cell towers in humans?



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:46 AM
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originally posted by: Aquariusdude
Fluorescent Radiation Health Effects
Unlike an incandescent bulb, fluorescent lighting emits shorter wavelengths of frequency that reach beyond visible light and into the ultra-violet spectrum. These frequencies are shorter and faster and are able to penetrate deeper into our cells.
While not all invisible light is harmful to the body (think ultra-violet from the sun), there are radiations within these frequencies that are weakening to the body (think microwave radiation), especially over long periods of time.
Exposure to various types of these radiations has been linked to cancer, childhood leukemia, autism, ADD and birth defects.


Not only is this dreck, you should have attributed it to either emfblues.com or GLP where you "borrowed" it from.

And no, you are not dying from wi-fi. No, it's not making you anemic. You know I'm going to ask you for proof next, right? ANY valid cite that shows wi-fi causes anemia? ANY valid source that says you're even anemic? Because there aren't any.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:48 AM
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originally posted by: SpunGCake
a reply to: Aquariusdude

Ive been getten bombarded by hackers using DNS poisoning and other things in conjunction.

Its not a joke that hackers have this in there arsenal to do what most people arent aware of.


DNS poisoning isn't something you can catch. It's a term that describes using the DNS protocol to subvert a DNS server, so that it returns the wrong address from the resolver cache. Unless you're a DNS server, you have nothing to fear.



posted on Nov, 22 2014 @ 10:49 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks
a reply to: AgentShillington

So you assure us that you are completely 100% confident that there are absolutely no deleterious effects due to non-thermal RF in phones, computers, smart meters, and cell towers in humans?


I'm 100% confident that Nicolas Cage's work history has nothing to do with the amount of swimming pool related drowning deaths. However, as I have already stated...


I won't argue the possibility, and you are correct, there is potential.


However, there isn't any reason to be alarmed until someone can prove something. Unless, of course, you just like to live in fear of every possible doomsday scenario, which may be the case, as the statistical probability of you being a person that does live in fear of every doomsday scenario is higher if you visit this site versus the general population.



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