Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News
5 October 2010
Open letter by Curtis Bennett — Wi-Fi very dangerous in schools.
"Some things need doing better than they've ever been done before. Some things just need doing. Others don't need doing at all. Know which is which." — source unknown
Electrical conflicts between a very fast frequency and biologic systems that don't function at those frequencies — stop the problem or hell is coming for what we are doing. This is like a sci-fi movie, where humans and the ecosystems that sustain us are irradiated — except this is reality.
It wasn't until watching parents on the news reporting Wi-Fi * or wireless internet making their children sick that we realized the parents have valid concerns that can be qualified electrically. Further discussion with qualified professionals escalated the urgency of our professional opinion.
As interprovincial journeyman electricians, we are trained and certified by governments to meet or exceed required standards. Part of that education is installing electrical cables and communication lines separately to avoid conflicts in frequencies or signals. A primary function of coaxial cable is to protect a signal from electromagnetic interference.
In the important discussion on whether Wi-Fi is dangerous, important technical language was left out of the discussion. Children are not pieces of furniture occupying space. Each child is an unprotected but precise electrical system running at 7.8 Hz. In an industrial or commercial installation, the unprotected 7.8 Hz (cycles per second) would be protected or installed so there was no EMF interference.
Wi-Fi is a 2.4 or 5 GHz frequency which means 2.4 or 5 billion cycles per second. It will interact with a 7.8 Hz electrical system, especially since the 7.8 Hz system isn't insulated or protected. That creates several electrical concerns, including electromagnetic induction changing voltages or currents in the human body. Since eddy currents from a 60 Hz electrical distribution can cause catastrophic electrical failure, what is 2.4 or 5 billion Hz doing to the body? Atoms and molecules would polarize 4.8 or 10 billion times per second, which is the same concept as using a microwave to heat food.
Health Canada reports there is a known heating affect with wireless and "safe" heating standards have been adopted without consideration of the heat being an electrical problem. All heat has a source and the fact that this heat is generated inside the body adds to the urgency. Electricity is a calculated, very accurate science and heat is a byproduct of electrical function or failure.
Our nervous system in the body controls every function in the body, and affecting the communication in the body can have symptoms in any part of the body. This is like changing the voltage or frequencies stamped on your computer — it won't work.
The wireless industry needs to immediately qualify the electrical ramifications of their wireless systems' frequencies interacting with an unprotected 7.8 Hz signal. That response should be immediate as this is established electrical theory.
They also need to qualify the effects of high speed frequencies on ecosytems depending on a magnetic field for navigation. What are the biologic effects of high-speed frequencies causing polarity changes billions of times per second?
Schools and industry can be safe while enjoying important technology advancements. Hard wire the stations as we have done in industry for years — it will be good for the economy and protect people.
As professionals who consult for all industry, including medical education, it is our duty — as with other professionals — to report this for the protection of our children. Our men and women in the military, police, fire, medicine, construction, etc. put their lives on the line with expectations that we keep their children safe at home.
Any industry would be advised to look out for liability because insurers won't pick up a tab for health costs that were created by others. Lawyers didn't equate this to an electrical problem that can be proven. That supports the burden of proof required in legal process.
If the problem isn't dealt with immediately and scientifically, I would be left with no alternative as a government trained professional but to advise parents to keep their children from an unsafe environment. There is no acceptable amount of time to irradiate children — you never know how that will impact different physiology.
As the world's foremost authority on applying infrared technology at molecular levels, we are working on an imaging application so medicine can see the source of heat inside the body with frequency interaction.
Our children are back in school and literally every minute spent in an irradiated environment should be of concern. It is a national security concern if we are irradiating our future and it isn't definable as sustainable under the Auditor General Act.
September 23, 2010
Thermografix Consulting Corporation
This author is a government-trained professional who lectures as a medical educator where doctors get education credits they need for licensing.
* Wi-Fi is a trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-Fi )
• BC Teachers Federation – Should WiFi be used in Classrooms – page 6
• Dr. Madga Havas Ph.D
Open Letter To Medical Officer of Health about WiFi in Schools
"Toasted skin syndrome" does not refer to the healthy glow earned by lying on a tranquil beach (slathered responsibly with SPF 50, of course). Really, it's more like a work injury.
Previously the purview of bakers, glass blowers and other artisans who spent the bulk of their days in front of a concentrated heat source, school children and office workers alike are now being diagnosed with the condition because of long-term exposure to heat generated by the laptop computers atop their laps. Wrote the AP:
In one recent case, a 12-year-old boy developed a sponge-patterned skin discoloration on his left thigh after playing computer games a few hours every day for several months.
"He recognized that the laptop got hot on the left side; however, regardless of that, he did not change its position," Swiss researchers reported in an article published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.
Another case involved a Virginia law student who sought treatment for the mottled discoloration on her leg.
Dr. Kimberley Salkey, who treated the young woman, was stumped until she learned the student spent about six hours a day working with her computer propped on her lap. The temperature underneath registered 125 degrees.
The leg discoloration can be permanent and is thought to be generally harmless, though one dermatology professor reported that "toasted" skin cells looked like those with long-term sun damage. Theoretically, long-term skin inflammation can increase the risk of some skin cancers, but chances are most laptop users will be fine. Besides, this is an easy problem to avoid: work at a desk!
I have been living on a high raw fruit based diet and keeping excellent health.
5 days ago I became very sick. I could not understand why.
The symptoms started with headaches around the temple area and behind the eyes. Nausea and then diarrhea followed. I felt a little dizzy and disorientated. I took some pain killers out of desperation, they made no difference.
The pain and the nausea became progressively worse. It was constant.
My energy level plummeted. I felt terrible.
I then started to experience mild vision problems. I found it hard to look at a TV, computer screen or be in bright light.
I don't normally suffer from headaches or visual disturbance, so I decided to book an eye test for next week.
I started to look at reasons why this might be happening. I have not changed my diet or lifestyle in any way.
2 days previous to my experiencing these problems, I installed a wireless router provided by my ISP.
After installation, we were experiencing interference on the phone lines. I asked my husband to contact the ISP to see if the problem could be resolved.
During our conversation about the installation of the router, I realised that my symptoms had appeared 2 days after the installation. I wondered if there could be any connection.
I did a little surfing and found that other people had experienced similar symptoms to me, after installing a wireless router.
I immediately disconnected the router and reinstalled the modem.
The nausea and headaches behind the eyes disappeared within 3 to four hours. I then experienced a throbbing headache at the back of my head for a couple of hours, then the vision problems disappeared.
12 hours on from disconnection of the router, my vision is fine. I have a clear head and no symptoms of nausea.
I still feel a little weak but my energy level is increasing and I'm feeling better by the hour.
I feel that there was a connection between the installation of the WIFI and the symptoms that I experienced. I know that this would probably be difficult to prove. That's not my concern at the moment. I'm just relieved that its no longer operating in my home!