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The radiation Wi-Fi is harmful to trees. They get significant abnormalties in growth, bleeding and fissures in the bark. All deciduous trees in the western world suffer from.
The findings come from a recent study at TU Delft, TNO, the municipality of Alphen aan den Rijn and Wageningen University. The research was driven by the municipality of Alphen aan den Rijn. Five years ago, officials noticed abnormalities on trees in the city, including bark-like tumor nodules. There was not a virus or bacterium.
Follow-up testing found the disease to occur throughout the western world. In the Netherlands, shows no less than 70 percent of all trees in urban areas the same symptoms. Five years ago, was only 10 percent. Trees in more densely forested areas are hardly affected.
"For three months, ash trees and various herbaceous plants were exposed in a climate room to 6 radiation sources (APs) at frequencies ranging from 2412 to 2472 MHz and a power of 100 mW EIRP. At 50 cm to 300 cm distance. Initial observations indicate a negative impact on the health of ash trees. Leaves near radiation sources showed at the end of the study period "galena-like effects" that result prove to be the death of the upper and lower epidermis of leaves. The 'galena' is followed by dehydration and death of a portion of the leaf.
Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by wonderworld
There is no protection, but you can bet the ptb already know.
Boris yeltsin who was leader of russia in 90's was called a zombie, and it was known he was being targeted with non lethel weapons, which really is a oxymoron, non lethel weapons. This is why the west thought he was all over the place all of the time. You people in the west where never told.
Just shows you the damage these energies can do.
I agree wireless internet is not bad for your health (even though I suspect you were being sarcastic).
Originally posted by Mdv2
Nope, wireless internet is not bad for your health, neither is mobile cellphone radiation.
Originally posted by Magnus47
Wireless internet such as 3G transmits using beams of light with wavelengths in the range of centimeters. Generally speaking, it's a high-frequency radio wave, or basically light that's just about as energetic as you can get without being considered "infrared."
In other words, they're harmless. Now, there may be some slight exceptions, which I'll explain at least as far as I understand them. Infrared radiation is often associated with heat. Similarly, wireless transmissions can generate heat if enough of it is absorbed. So, if you are exposed to massive amounts of wireless internet radiation, it might heat you up a tiny bit, kind of like being inside a really, really weak microwave.
The Sound of Light in Trees: The Acoustic Ecology of Pinyon Pines
Entomologist Philip S. Callahan has put forth the controversial idea that insects have a generalized high sensitivity to the infrared energy spectrum and that they are perfectly designed to optimize the transmission and detection of free-floating scent molecules by “pumping” them into a coherent non-linear infrared emission phase through the use of sound. He states, “as long as sound is studied in one corner of the lab and scent in another, the mechanisms of these sound-modulated scent molecules will not be understood…”