posted on May, 17 2013 @ 02:20 PM
Some seem shocked by these results, and although they are more dramatic than I personally would have anticipated, I am not all that surprised. I say
this because everyone should know that radiation, in any amount, is dangerous because it has the potential to mutate cells, turning them from healthy
cells into mutated, unhealthy cells. These random mutations almost never work out for the benefit of the cell or the organism the cell belongs to, and
the majority of the time the radiation harms the sample.
And think about the human brain, which operates off of electrical impulses. Outside interference is bound to cause some sort of harm, whether over a
short or long period. Maybe this is the reason for the increase in mental health disorders, although I still think much of that has to do with the
doctors of our age, as compared with doctors from past decades. Who is to say that there actually has been an increase in mental health disorders,
since the increase could simply be in the diagnosis of such disorders...Which may or may not actually exist.
And the brain is not all that we should be worried about. Mutated cells and cancer are very dangerous to the human organism. Even radiation from our
star can cause mutations and cancer, and adding any more radiation to our atmosphere is bound to cause some sort of ill effect. But think about the
fact that there is not much we can do at this point, except find some way to better protect ourselves, since our whole world is based on electronic
radiation broadcast everywhere. We could not survive without these signals and technology in this day and age. So obviously there are very real
downsides to technology.
It would not surprise me at all if government studies, which are classified, have documented the ill effects of electronic signals and radiation on
the human body. If such was found to be the case, that these signals were cutting years off of peoples' lives, what incentive would the government
have for releasing this information? They know as well as I do that our society depends on these things, and that releasing the information could only
serve to disrupt society on multiple levels.