Friday, March 7, 2008

Vomiting and Diarrhea Plague Japanese Kindergartens!

Hi All
Here is another thought provoking article from Art Kab . The illnesses that he describes, are similar to symptoms reported to me by electro hyper-sensitive (EHS) victims in Ontario. These victims feel the changes in electro magnetic radiation (EMR) and become ill when exposure is more intense than normal. One of these persons is disabled and unable to leave his home. When the electro magnetic radiation is bad, he moves his wheelchair to the centre of the kitchen to get some relief because he feels better in that location. I took measurements with various meters and I found that the centre of the kitchen was indeed the safest place to sit. A cell phone antenna on the roof of the apartment building nearby is the cause of his great discomfort. Doctors will not recognize that his sickness, diarrhea and other symptoms are caused by EMR.
How many other illnesses are there that people suffer from, which are caused by electro magnetic radiation, yet the medical authorities fail to realize that EMR is the cause?
----- Original Message -----
From: Art Kab  
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2008 2:14 AM
Subject: Vomiting and Diarrhea Plague Japanese Kindergartens!

The Outo-geri (Vomiting and Diarrhea) syndrome is increasingly plaguing kindergarten children in Japanese cities. This phenomena has come about and increased along with ambient exposures to increasing levels of microwave radiation - in one of the most electropolluted countries in the world - showing indeed a correlation. At the kindergarten my son attended in Fukuoka City it was a major problem when we were there - and just recently it unfortunately caused the death of one of the kindergarten's children. And while the official line is to blame it on intestinal viruses, I suspect rather that some underlying environmental (i.e. exposure to ambient microwave radiation) cause is weakening the children's immune systems thus making them more susceptible to secondary causes like these intestinal viruses.

Intestinal problems (e.g. nausea, diarrhea) are one of the symptoms numerous people have reported with exposure to microwave radiation and other forms or EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation). As a matter of fact, vomiting and diarrhea are two of the symptoms of radiation sickness. They are also interestingly symptoms found in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - all of which increased drastically with the increase in ambient levels of EMR and one of the reasons I believe exposure to EMR is playing a major role.

Intestinal disorders are also a symptom found in the Japanese disorders Futoukou (School Refusal) and Hikikomori (social isolation) where kids will lock themselves up in their rooms and do not leave for years - and while mistakenly blamed as a psychological disorder by those who refuse to look a little deeper, Dr. Miike, M.D. et al of Kumomoto University have found via a number of biological indicators (e.g. decreased blood flow in the brain via SPECT scans; accumulation of choline in the frontal lobe; abnormal hormonal secretion; change in core body temperature; etc.) that these adolescents are indeed actually suffering from what he calls Childhood Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CCFS). Interestingly, these abnormalities have also been shown in numerous studies to be caused by exposure to microwave radiation.

(Unfortunately, it seems the majority of researchers and doctors in Japan are afraid to mention exposure to EMR as a causal factor in a number of disease states for fear they may lose - not only their funding but also - their jobs and reputations. Since Dr. Miike lists his phone number on his research papers, I decided to give him a call. Unfortunately, when I mentioned EMR as a possible causal factor he refused to discuss the plausibility with me and nervously cut our conversation short. Unfortunately, I was also left with the impression that here was a man more concerned about job and his reputation than he was about what was indeed making his patients sick.)

Getting back to the intestinal disorders, the number of people with intestinal problems diagnosed as Crohn's Disease, Colitis, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) has increased dramatically in the last few decades - along with exposure to wireless radiation from cell phones, cell phone towers, WiFi (Wireless Internet), and home DECT (Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) phones. Is there a connection? I most certainly think there is!

A number of people who have either lost or had their cell phones stolen without bothering to replace them have told me that when their cell phones disappeared so did their intestinal problems. Another friend of mine told me that his girlfriend was having intestinal problems. I told him to ask her not to use it for a week and see what happens. Low and behold her intestinal problems miraculously disappeared.

When I myself was personally suffering from what is labeled "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" (but what I more appropriately call "Microwave Sickness"), I was also plagued with intestinal problems like nausea and diarrhea. Interestingly, when I moved into a log house up in the mountains with no television or cell phone reception my symptoms of nauseas and diarrhea (along with a host of other symptoms) disappeared within 24 to 48 hours.

A number of months later, as I was driving up in the mountains of central Japan looking for a possible place to live away from all this microwave insanity, I found a very pleasant and beautiful town called Wara with very few towers and a low level of microwave radiation. On questioning the inhabitants there, no one had every heard of this phenomena of Outogeri (vomiting and diarrhea) plaguing the cities of Japan. It just didn't happen in their little town.

At any rate, it seems that 99.99% of the population there doesn't have a clue about the dangers of EMR - and some of them don't even want to have a clue.
Art Kab
Yunnan Normal University (China)
Lecturer - English and Japanese
MAT (TESOL), School for International Training
MA Advanced Japanese Studies, University of Sheffield
BA Psychology, University of California