The history of NASA, US Navy and US Airforce reports on HARM from Microwave Radiation
[Interessante raccolta di documenti provenienti dagli archivi di NASA, Marina e Aeronautica Militare degli Stati Uniti, che riportano l’esistenza di gravi danni all’organismo in conseguenza della esposizione alle Microonde.]
19 January 2016 – “www.mast-victims.org”
|NASA Report, 1981
A NASA report published in April 1981, titled “Electromagnetic Field Interactions with the Human Body: Observed Effects and Theories,” discussed EMF and microwave RF radiation caused to humans. Effects of microwave radiation reported: headaches, sleep problems, neurological symptoms, cardiac symptoms, memory problems, increased cholesterol, gastritis, ulcers, increased fasting blood glucose, irritabiity, inability to concentrate, apprehension, and cataracts (clouding of posterior part of lens in those caused by microwave radiation instead of anterior clouding as seen with regular types). Information for the NASA report was collected from over 1,000 written sources that “included journals, conference proceedings, technical reports, books, abstracts, and news items,”http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19810017132.pdf
Navy Report, 1971
Air Force Report, 1994
“ What’s interesting is that these reports from US government agencies all document negative health effects from microwave RF radiation at levels below thermal thresholds, and they were all published before the 1996 Telecommunications Act was passed by Congress. Section 704 of the TCA disallowed siting decisions for cell tower facilities based on health considerations as long as they don’t exceed FCC’s limits, which are thermal. The only valid reason for rejection allowed by the TCA is aesthetics, so many cell tower facilities are camouflaged so that people would not see them. This is why cell towers are on school property and next to schools and residential areas, and you don’t even know they are there. How could this happen? The 1996 TCA was passed after $50 million dollars in political contributions was made (p. 115, Zapped, by Ann Louise Gittleman, http://www.amazon.com/Zapped-Shouldnt-Outsmart-Electronic-Pollution/dp/0061864285/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1452930604&sr=8-2&keywords=zapped )”
Since then telecom continues to obtain legislation in their favor, first with 6409a of the Middle Class Tax Relief Act which allows for colocations and approval of an additional 20′ to a cell tower, then with AB 57 passing in California which allow for automatic approvals of cell tower applications if they are not processed within a certain time (150 days for new towers, 90 days for colocations) that they are submitted, and now they are lobbying to remove proof of significant gap from the 1996 TCA and replace with capacity.
Even though doctors, scientists, and various groups have made about 1000 submissions asking the FCC to revisit limits since 2012, little has been done by the FCC. ( Proceeding Number 13-84 on the FCC web site. You can see the 1000 submissions here,http://www.saferemr.com/2015_08_01_archive.html ) Tom Wheeler, ex-President of the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association) and FCC chairman since 2013, has done nothing but to promote the wireless industry since his appointment by President Obama after Wheeler bundled $700,000 in political contributions to Obama (bundling is a process of consolidating political contributions without having to identify the actual contributors) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/craig-aaron/who-owns-the-media-obamas_b_3313197.htmlComcast and Verizon contributed about $1 million to Obama https://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2014/04/24/obama-bundler-tom-wheeler-helps-his-former-industry-from-fcc-perch/ He approved $5 billion for school Wi-Fi http://www.dailydot.com/politics/fcc-approves-wifi-expansion-schools/ , fined wireless companies paltry amounts ($50,000) for exceeding FCC’s thermal limitshttp://www.journalinquirer.com/connecticut_and_region/fcc-keeps-secret-records-from-radiation-probe-at-verizon-s/article_0dbb367e-62d9-11e5-99da-ebeab2025003.html, and made changes to the Telecom Act to encompass wireless internet in March 2015 (after Net Neutrality passed) when wireless internet was not included in the 1996 TCA prior to that. Tom Wheeler is now helping Verizon to implement 5Ghttps://insidetowers.com/verizon-and-fcc-work-on-5g/ and pushing higher speeds by fining AT&T a record $100 million in June 2015 for not providing speeds as fast as advertised http://finance.yahoo.com/news/fcc-seeks-100-mn-t-fine-over-unlimited-174431152.html
“ Cell towers, cell phones, Wi-Fi, laptops may all be FCC compliant, but understand that FCC compliance only means that there is not enough microwave radiation from it to cook you (i.e. cause a thermal effect). FCC limits do NOT protect you from all health effects that are orders of magnitude below the thermal threshholds as found in peer reviewed studies. FCC compliance is limited only to preventing heating effects. The FCC limit is 1000uW/cm2 for 30 minutes for cell towers and Wi-Fi. In areas near cell towers and Wi-Fi routers, my measurements show 0.1-1 uW/cm2. However in areas more than 1500 ft from cell towers and without Wi-Fi routers closeby that value can be down to 0.0003uW/cm2 as it is in my backyard. So when 3rd party RF measuring firms submit a report that says a cell tower facility or school environment is FCC compliant because it is only 1/10,000th of the FCC limit, it is true, sounds good and gives the layperson a sense of safety, but he does not realize that this value that is 1/10,000 of the FCC limit is already 1000 times higher than areas far away from a cell tower or router, and this is a chronic exposure 6 hrs/day, 5 days/wk, 40 wks/yr for kids in school. Realize that this is the “safety” standard which our government is using to protect our children and all citizens. “
You can read more on the FCC in Captured agency: How the Federal Communications Commission is dominated by the industries it presumably regulates written by NormAlster, Cambridge, MA: Edmund J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University. 2015.http://ethics.harvard.edu/files/center-for-ethics/files/capturedagency_alster.pdf
Lesson from History of Tobacco
The mobile telecom industry is about twice the size of the tobacco industry, which means the telecom industry is even more powerful. The tobacco industry generated sales of $500 billion globally and $35 billion profit in 2012 http://www.theguardian.com/business/2012… The mobile telecom industry has generated almost $1 trillion revenue globally. http://www.vodafone.com/content/annualre…
In 1985, Dr Lennart Hardell, was one of the few scientists who said that Agent Orange was carcinogenic while Monsanto denied such claimshttp://www.theguardian.com/science/2006/… (In 2013, Agent Orange (made by Monsanto) was determined to increase chance of prostate cancer by 52%. Veterans from the Vietnam War were exposed to it. Agent Orange was used to spray large areas in Laos and Vietnam to clear forests in order to build bases. One million Vietnamese suffered disabilities or health problems as well as birth defects in children.http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/1… ) He is an oncologist and professor of oncology from Sweden who served on WHO IARC (World Health Organization Int’l Agency Research for Cancer) when it classified microwave RF radiation as 2B possible carcinogen in 2011.