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Pulsed Signals Interfere with the Body’s Regulation from Cells to Sense Organs to the Brain September 9, 2006

Posted by healthyself in 150 MHz, 217 Hz, 8.3 Hz, Bioeffects, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Cell changes, Cell phone industry, Cell phone safety, Cell Phones, Cells, Central Nervous System, Children's health, Decision Making, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Endogenous Fields, Environment, grams of tissue, Health related, heat, High Frequencies, high voltage transmission lines, Immune system, Inner Agitation, Long Term Health Risks, Low Frequencies, Men's Health, MHz, Microwave exposure, mobile telephones, nerves, Ocular, Penetration, Pulsed Radiation, radiation, Risk of Disease, Safe Levels, SAR, signaling enzymes, transmission, watts, Who is Affected?, WiFi, Women's Health.
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“It is now fairly well established that the IEEE/WHO/ICNIR standards for SAR and other exposure “standards” so called based on “heating effect” do not tell the whole story on the effects of exposure of humans of all ages, both genders and the range of physical sizes to RF at HF and above and thus cannot be considered “safe” for electro-sensitive people.”

“This standard dates back to 1944 and was originally set so that the risk from RF (Microwave) exposure would not be greater than that on a live battlefield in the Pacific War. Hardly appropriate to a civil society at the start of the 21st Century.””

It has been known and shown repeatedly that there are bio-electrical effects that start at very low levels. Between 1/1000 and 1/10000 of the current (Western) “standard’. Further it is the type of modulation or intelligence placed on to the RF that is significant; with pulsed signals being far worse then radio (AM or FM) and TV signals (that contain vestige sideband “sync pulses”) some where in the middle as far as effects are concerned.”

“Basicly the mechanism is believed to be, that cells and specifically the cells of certain organs such as the middle ear, acting as a demodulator or detector, resolving the envelope pattern of the RF signal. Where the demodulated signal has components at the various bio-active frequencies that are used for internal signals by the human body, they may be swamped by this “false” RF demodulated signal. These “false” signals interfere with the body’s regulation at all levels from inside cells up to major sense organ inputs to the brain.”  

“As pulse signals contain all the harmonics of the pulse frequency, this raises the chance that one or more bio-active frequencies will be present within the signals. The current GSM signals have basic pulse repetition frequencies that are at or near known bio-active frequencies. Up to this point research has looked for a link between the RF field strength (SAR) and the effects. There are now well documented effects of weak magnetic fields at 8.3 and 217Hz on nerves.,,,,,,”

…..”All the effects appear to be worse as the frequency is raised. A serious side effect of exposure at frequencies above 150 Mhz, (that is VHF and above), is that body parts can become resonant absorbers, which raises the amount of energy taken in, and reduces the threshold exposure level at which effects are seen.”

“The range of variation of human “size” of hand, arm, leg etc within gender and age groups explains in part why some people are more affected than others.”

“All the above has been widely known for some 40 years, as these effects were first documented by Russian scientists from the late 1950s onward.”

http://www.buergerwelle.de/body_emf-omega-news_17-12-03.html

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