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LOCANDINA – consigli per ridurre la esposizione alle Radiofrequenze

ElettrosensibiliRealizzata con il patrocinio dell’Ordine dei Farmacisti della Provincia di Lecce dal Comitato Lecce Via Cavo, insieme alle Associazioni Consumatori Codacons e Codici, a Csv Salento e all’Associazione Italiana Elettrosensibili, questa locandina nasce dalla necessità di informare la popolazione sui possibili rischi per la salute derivanti dall’uso di cellulari, smartphone, tablet, telefoni cordless, apparecchiature Wi-Fi e Wireless in genere, anche per livelli di esposizione alle Radiofrequenze/Microonde inferiori ai limiti di legge.

Le Radiofrequenze/Microonde, utilizzate dalle apparecchiature Wireless, sono state classificate nel 2011 come “possibile cancerogeno per l’uomo” dall’Agenzia Internazionale per la Ricerca sul Cancro (I.A.R.C.), afferente all’Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità (O.M.S.).

Da più parti è stato invocato il Principio di Precauzione, secondo il quale, in attesa di ulteriori informazioni, è importante adottare misure pratiche per ridurre l’esposizione a queste fonti di inquinamento ambientale.

Numerose sono le evidenze scientifiche (vd. la nostra sezione Riferimenti scientifici, dove ne viene riportata una parte) che correlano l’esposizione alle Radiofrequenze/Microonde con: danni al DNA, insorgenza di tumori maligni al cervello, malattie neurologiche e neurodegenerative, alterazioni del ritmo cardiaco, deficit di apprendimento e di memoria, disturbi cognitivi, mal di testa, insonnia, sintomi di Elettrosensibilità, infertilità, diminuzione dell’udito e tinnito, autismo nei bambini e molto altro.
Sono tra l’altro recentemente stati pubblicati i primi risultati di un importante studio condotto dall’ente governativo statunitense National Toxicology Program, costato finora ben 25 milioni di dollari, dai quali si evince un incremento significativo di due tipi di cancro nei ratti esposti alle Radiofrequenze/Microonde: Glioma (tumore della glia del cervello) e Schwannoma (tumore maligno del cuore).

I bambini andrebbero maggiormente tutelati, perché sono particolarmente vulnerabili agli effetti dannosi delle Radiofrequenze in quanto la loro gracile costituzione e la loro esposizione precoce determinano un rischio maggiore di manifestare tumori e malattie neurodegenerative in età adulta.

La locandina sarà diffusa nelle farmacie di Lecce e provincia, in altri esercizi commerciali e negli studi medici.

Chiunque può contribuire alla sua diffusione scaricando e stampando il file in alta qualità il cui link trovate in calce alla pagina.
Il formato consente una stampa ottimale anche di locandine di grandi dimensioni (A3-A2).

SCARICA QUI

LECCE: UN PASSO AVANTI NELLA LOTTA ALL’ELETTROSMOG

14 giugno 2016 – “www.terranuova.it”

Con il patrocinio dell’Ordine dei Farmacisti della Provincia di Lecce, il Comitato Lecce Via Cavo, insieme alle Associazioni Consumatori Codacons e Codici, a Csv Salento e all’Associazione Italiana Elettrosensibili, ha realizzato la locandina “Dai voce al tuo cervello”.

Lecce: un passo avanti nella lotta all'elettrosmog

«L’iniziativa nasce dalla necessità di informare la popolazione sui possibili danni alla salute legati all’uso di cellulari, cordless, tablet, wifi, etc. – spiegano i promotori – Le radiofrequenze, utilizzate dalla tecnologia senza fili sono state classificate nel 2011 dall’Agenzia Internazionale per la Ricerca sul Cancro (IARC), afferente all’Organizzazione Mondiale per la Salute (OMS), come “possibile cancerogeno per l’uomo”. In quell’occasione il direttore della IARC ha affermato che “in attesa di ulteriori informazioni è importante adottare misure pratiche per ridurre l’esposizione, per esempio usando gli auricolari e i messaggi non in voce”. Da allora sono emerse nuove evidenze scientifiche che correlano l’esposizione alle radiofrequenze con l’insorgenza di tumori maligni al cervello, disordini neurologici, danni al Dna, diminuzione dell’udito, sintomi di elettrosensibilità, alterazioni del ritmo cardiaco, insonnia, cali di memoria, disturbi cognitivi, etc.».

«La locandina, che sarà diffusa nelle farmacie di Lecce e provincia, ed anche in altri esercizi commerciali e studi medici, suggerisce alcuni comportamenti per ridurre la propria esposizione alle radiofrequenze, come quello di tenere lontano il cellulare quando si aspetta la connessione o mentre si invia un sms, o spegnere il wifi quando non è in uso, soprattutto durante la notte per evitare disturbi del sonno, staccando la spina. I bambini andrebbero maggiormente tutelati, poiché sono particolarmente vulnerabili alle radiofrequenze e per la loro esposizione precoce corrono un rischio maggiore di manifestare in età adulta malattie neurodegenerative e tumori. L’Ordine dei Farmacisti della Provincia di Lecce, da sempre sensibile e attento alle problematiche sanitarie ricopre ancora una volta un ruolo di primo piano nella tutela della salute pubblica e della prevenzione delle malattie. L’uso del cellulare e dei dispositivi wifi è diffusissimo ma pochi conoscono i reali danni alla salute che ne potrebbero derivare, anche per livelli di esposizione inferiori ai limiti di legge. Tantissimi studi sono stati realizzati dal 2011 in poi. Ultimo in ordine di tempo è quello condotto dall’ente governativo statunitense National Toxicology Program e costato fino ad ora 25 milioni di dollari. I primi risultati, pubblicati qualche giorno fa, hanno evidenziato un incremento significativo di due tipi di cancro nei ratti esposti alle radiofrequenze: glioma (tumore delle cellulari gliali del cervello) e schwannoma maligno del cuore. Anche uno studio recente condotto dall’Istituto Ramazzini di Bologna ha evidenziato un aumento significativo di schwannoma maligno del cuore nei ratti esposti a campi elettromagnetici di bassissima frequenza. Il professor David Carpenter, direttore dell’Istituto per la Salute e l’Ambiente dell’Università di Albany (New York) ha affermato: “Siamo a un punto di svolta. Sarà molto difficile per i negazionisti non riconoscere l’associazione tra radiofrequenze e tumori”».

 

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Fonte:

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Scuola digitale, il progetto cresce. Protestano i genitori anti wifi

15 maggio 2016 – “www.quotidianodipuglia.it”/Lecce, di Stefano Martella

Scuola digitale, il progetto cresce. Protestano i genitori anti wifi

Digitalizzare Lecce, digitalizzare le scuole e le nuove generazioni. È stato questo l’obiettivo portante di Code4Lecce Day, incontro tenutosi ieri mattina alle Officine Cantelmo ed evento conclusivo di #HPECode4Lecce, progetto del Comune di Lecce, con l’Assessorato alle Politiche Comunitarie e Assessorato alla Pubblica Istruzione, in collaborazione con HP Enterprise, azienda leader nel settore delle attrezzature informatiche.
Il progetto punta a innovare tutta la filiera educativa: dalla scuola primaria alla formazione professionale, supportando con tecnologie innovative i modelli pedagogici e didattici. Insomma, insegnanti e alunni avranno a che fare sempre di più con una istruzione digitalizzata. Infatti, nell’ambito del progetto, più di mille bambini delle scuole leccesi hanno partecipato ad incontri di coding, ovvero a giochi di programmazione informatica.
Inoltre altri incontri sono stati pensati per formare i docenti su queste nuove tecnologie.

Oltre alla formazione, il progetto prevedeva una fase di vera e propria fornitura accessoria. Per questo sono stati installati 49 hotspotswifi gratuiti sugli istituti scolastici e altri luoghi culturali. Poi, sempre ieri mattina, ai dirigenti scolastici sono stati consegnati centinaia di tablet, robottini elettronici e pc.
In futuro verrà previsto anche il rilascio di 1750 certificazioni digitali, delle quali una prima parte è già stata prenotata dalle scuole per i loro studenti, mentre una seconda sarà destinata a cittadini leccesi. Soddisfazione è stata espressa dal’assessore Alessandro Delli Noci: «Creare una cittadinanza digitale era l’obiettivo iniziale del progetto e certamente abbiamo gettato delle buone basi, con un investimento enorme nella formazione e nelle infrastrutture digitali – afferma l’assessore – Dal binomio innovazione e cultura passa il futuro di questa città e la sua ribalta nazionale ed internazionale. Abbiamo contribuito fattivamente alla formazione di cittadini digitali protagonisti e consapevoli».

Loredana Capone, assessore regionale allo Sviluppo economico, era presente all’incontro ed esprime la sua soddisfazione per il progetto e per la sinergia con cui due enti pubblici hanno collaborato per il territorio: «Formare il cittadino digitale: questo è un compito importantissimo non più rinviabile – commenta Capone -. Perché il mondo cambia rapidamente e i giovani devono essere pronti ad affrontarlo.
Se vorranno creare un’impresa o lavorare come manager, per ogni ruolo sarà indispensabile conoscere queste tecnologie. Ma il circolo virtuoso deve prevedere che anche i servizi siano resi in modo digitale e, quindi,formare le competenze è fondamentale».

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LA CONTESTAZIONE

«Perché irradiamo i nostri bambini se li amiamo?». Era questa la domanda provocatoria che i componenti del Comitato “Lecce Via Cavo” – un collettivo di genitori contrari all’utilizzo della tecnologia wifi nelle scuole – ponevano sopra alcuni volantini che hanno distribuito all’interno delle Officine Cantelmo, mentre sul palco si avvicendavano
gli ospiti. Altri hanno mostrato dei cartelloni di protesta.
L’intento è stato quello di accendere un faro sulla pericolosità delle onde elettromagnetiche sulla popolazione, specialmente quella più piccola.

«Il Comune installa 50 nuove antenne sugli edifici scolastici e promuove la tecnologia wifi anche all’interno
delle scuole, ignorando gli avvertimenti sulla salute provenienti dalla scienza internazionale ed esponendo la popolazione studentesca ad un rischio maggiore di manifestare in età adulta danni neurologici e tumori – dice Fabia del Giudice, rappresentante del comitato -. Particolare attenzione va rivolta ai bambini: i loro corpi sono più piccoli, le ossa del cranio sono più sottili e il loro sistema nervoso è in via di sviluppo. Nel 2014 il dottor Miller, consulente dell’Oms e del National Cancer Institute, ha affermato che le radiazioni wireless, provenienti ad esempio da wifi o tablet, non devono entrare nelle scuole, soprattutto nelle primarie». Sono tanti i motivi che spingono i membri del comitato a manifestare il loro scetticismo sull’utilizzo di questa tecnologia nelle scuole. Non c’è solo il rischio di contrarre tumori, a spaventare sono anche altri disturbi. «Nei bambini l’uso precoce può influire negativamente su attenzione, memoria e sviluppo del linguaggio – continua del Giudice -. Pc e tablet diminuiscono la capacità di leggere e scrivere correttamente. Per l’Accademia degli studi di Francia producono crisi nel ragionamento induttivo. Altri studi hanno evidenziato l’insorgenza di demenza digitale in bambini e adolescenti assidui utilizzatori di apparecchiature elettroniche. Quindi chiediamo che questa tecnologia venga usata con razionalità, soprattutto in luoghi come la scuola».

Fonte:

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Finnish education professor’s warning: Wireless technology in schools may lead to a global epidemic of brain damages.

– “www.emfacts.com”

From Agenta Jonsson who has been in contact with Finnish professor Rainer Nyberg. The following is a current update from a Jan 14, 2014 interview with Professor Rainer Nyberg

Finnish education professor’s warning: Wireless technology in schools may lead to a global epidemic of brain damages.
“We must protect children and youth more than we do today.”

Yle Arenan. Yle Nyheter, Finland Jan. 24, 2014
http://arenan.yle.fi/tv/2145669
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzxSm04L9Z0

Translated by Agneta Jonsson
Revised by Rainer Nyberg. Nov. 27, 2015

Professor Rainer Nyberg changed his opinion of wireless technology in March 2013. At that time he had been lecturing in Finland and Sweden for many years and had written books about the uses and benefits of online learning. In this interview, for TV-Finland’s Channel, he explains how he found out about the health risks directly linked to wireless emissions from the technology he had assumed would only have positive effects.

What started your interest in wireless technology and its effects on health?

It actually began with my deep interest and involvement in new technology. As a teacher-trainer at the Faculty of Education I also started projects on IT-pedagogy and e-Learning. This resulted, among other things, in two books. One was How To Teach Online Education, another was a 350 page Research Guide, with 120 pages on how the Internet can be used to search for scientific information.

So your starting point was about the benefits, and not about the harmful effects?

Yes, definitely. I could only see the benefits then. I had been using cellphones for a long time and wifi-gadgets too. While I was working intensively on the fifth edition of the Research Guide I used both a wireless keyboard and mouse, but started getting a prickling sensation in my fingers. I wondered, why is this happening? Around that time, just before Christmas 2012, I read my grandchild’s letter to Santa Claus, “Please, please Santa, most of all I want to have an iPad.”

How did you react to that wish?

I thought it was great, really great that my grandchild wanted to use computers. At that time I had no idea there could be problems too. I just wanted to promote it, so I bought her an iPad.

Now you have explored the research available in this field, and learned about the injurious health effects. Are you surprised about what you found out from different research studies?

Yes, very surprised. Actually it started with my sister sending me a newspaper article from Sweden about how cellphones and iPads may be harmful to health. That’s silly, I thought. How could that be? Everyone’s using them. But I also thought, I may as well look into it. So in March 2013 I spent three weeks researching. I had been teaching information retrieval and had just written 120 pages in the Research Guide, so I knew how to do online research. We have easy access to fantastic tools at the university, the NELLI portal, where we can search many large scientific databases for free, as well as retrieve and print articles very fast.

What was your first impression? What did you find?

The first thing that really made an impression on me was the warning by the Council of Europe. In 2011 they called on all of the member states of the European Union by basically saying: you must warn all your citizens that there is a danger to cellphone technology and wireless internet. Children especially need to be warned, because they are particularly sensitive. Their cranium is thinner and more susceptible because they’re still growing. I got the message. Yes, protect the children. The warning from the Council of Europe also made it clear that if we don’t do something now, it could lead to devastating human and economic costs.

So you became absorbed in this new knowledge. What happened then?

I became quite concerned and continued looking deeper into scientific reports. The recommendation from the Council of Europe is from a socio-political standpoint but based on science. So I thought I’d better read up on the science. Among many findings I read the new BioInitiative Report of 2012 that included 1800 reviewed studies. The scientists concluded: If we don’t do something now, we may soon see a global epidemic of brain damage. Children are most vulnerable to the effects of pulsed electromagnetic radiation. And of course I thought of my grandchild, to whom I had just given an iPad.

I take it that’s quite challenging for a senior educator to hear?

That’s when I became very troubled about the technology I had been promoting in my books and lectures. I now understand that wired connectivity causes fewer problems and wireless creates many kinds of problems. Millions of people are affected.

Injuries to the brain’s blood vessels have been discovered as well. In our brains we have about 600 km of blood vessels. They have to feed 60-100 billion nerve cells with oxygen and glucose. Even if each nerve cell is extremely small, every nerve cell has many microscopic branches. The longest branch from each neuron (nerve cell), which includes axons (nerve fibers), is between one millimeter and 20 cm. The average is less than a millimeter. However, if we were to connect all these neurons and use only the longest branch from each one and put all neurons in a line, it would reach four times around the equator. Each neuron can have contacts (synapses) to more than thousands of other neurons.

With this context I started to understand why the brain was particularly sensitive. The blood vessels in the brain are far-reaching and extremely thin, and that’s where one problem lies. As it turns out, the thin blood vessels in the brain have walls that are even thinner. When someone is exposed to a cellphone or other wireless radiation, the walls of the blood vessels start to leak. A protein from the blood (albumin) can also leak out to the brain cells and has the potential to kill nerve cells. This has been shown in pictures in research reports from Sweden, published by professors Bertil Persson and Leif Salford in Lund. They studied the effects of active cellphone radiation in close vicinity to a box where rats ran freely. They found that even weak radiation causes damage to the blood vessels and the brain cells in the rats after only 2 hours of exposure. Imagine what can happen to children and adults who hold cellphones close to their ears and brains for several hours every week for years?

Your lecture today is about health consequences from staying too long in wireless environments. What steps have you personally taken to solve this problem?

Nowadays I keep the cellphone in flight mode 99% of the time to reduce emissions. I don’t use this ’smart’ technology much anymore, even though I always had my phone with me and on me for many years. Now I mostly leave it at home, or have it turned off, but check for messages. At home I use wired internet and a wired keyboard and mouse. I also replaced the wireless DECT phone with a traditional wired phone, and I avoid places with high levels of electromagnetic radiation.

As a guest lecturer, what will your key message be today?

First of all I will give a brief overview of how important an instrument our brain is. It’s the most complex structure in our world. It is more complex than any aircraft and so on. It’s very sensitive to electromagnetic pulses. All communication in our brains and bodies is also dependent on electric pulses, which are much weaker than man-made digital electromagnetic pulses. In airplanes you are not allowed to use cellphones because it might disturb the electronic equipment on board. Yet most people still think that a cellphone could not harm the brain, which is much more complex than an airplane and runs on much weaker electric pulses. I will also talk about various damages caused by wireless gadgets, but above all how to protect yourself and how to avoid being exposed to too much electromagnetic radiation.

Based on what you have said so far, your recommendation is that it pays to use traditional cable connectivity and just use wireless networks when we have no other choice. Is that about right?

Yes, it’s much better to use cable internet whenever possible, but you can’t use cable for cell phones, tablets and iPads, because they only function on wireless networks. All digital communication uses high frequencies. Tablets are not held to the ear, but you sit with them in your lap, maybe even while holding a child. Boys and men often keep their smartphone in their pockets. Research shows that sperm die from such exposure, and the sperm that survive is of less quality.
One experiment (by A. Balmori) found a marked difference between two containers of tadpoles placed 140 meters from a celltower. One container was shielded by a Faraday cage. In that container only 4% died, but 90% of the tadpoles died in the unprotected one, and deformities were found among the remaining 10%. No wonder then that sperm die or are damaged if you carry a smartphone in a pants pocket. Frogs, people and birds have also been studied, and the results show that they were also negatively affected by celltowers. This is not just about cancer. Immediate injury is noticeable on EEG, brain activity changes, and also damages to the DNA.
So there are many different types of damage. That’s why it’s so important to protect children and not install wireless networks and iPads in the schools. The worst scenario is when many tablets are in use at the same time and in the same room, as in schools, because they continually search to connect to the same wifi-modem. It’s like every iPad is shouting at the same time to the modem and this electromagnetic smog just gets louder and louder. That’s when it becomes particularly harmful. How would kids know if their teachers do not understand the risks?

Lots of important issues to talk about today. Thank you so much for this interview, and
I wish you all the best with your lecture.
Thank you too.

END

Source/Fonte:

http://www.emfacts.com/2015/12/finnish-education-professors-warning-wireless-technology-in-schools-may-lead-to-a-global-epidemic-of-brain-damages/

 

Finnish education professor’s warning: Wireless technology in schools may lead to a global epidemic of brain damages.

17 December 2015

From Agenta Jonsson who has been in contact with Finnish professor Rainer Nyberg. The following is a current update from a Jan 14, 2014 interview with Professor Rainer Nyberg

Finnish education professor’s warning: Wireless technology in schools may lead to a global epidemic of brain damages.
“We must protect children and youth more than we do today.”

Yle Arenan. Yle Nyheter, Finland Jan. 24, 2014
http://arenan.yle.fi/tv/2145669
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzxSm04L9Z0

Translated by Agneta Jonsson
Revised by Rainer Nyberg. Nov. 27, 2015

Professor Rainer Nyberg changed his opinion of wireless technology in March 2013. At that time he had been lecturing in Finland and Sweden for many years and had written books about the uses and benefits of online learning. In this interview, for TV-Finland’s Channel, he explains how he found out about the health risks directly linked to wireless emissions from the technology he had assumed would only have positive effects.

What started your interest in wireless technology and its effects on health?

It actually began with my deep interest and involvement in new technology. As a teacher-trainer at the Faculty of Education I also started projects on IT-pedagogy and e-Learning. This resulted, among other things, in two books. One was How To Teach Online Education, another was a 350 page Research Guide, with 120 pages on how the Internet can be used to search for scientific information.

So your starting point was about the benefits, and not about the harmful effects?

Yes, definitely. I could only see the benefits then. I had been using cellphones for a long time and wifi-gadgets too. While I was working intensively on the fifth edition of the Research Guide I used both a wireless keyboard and mouse, but started getting a prickling sensation in my fingers. I wondered, why is this happening? Around that time, just before Christmas 2012, I read my grandchild’s letter to Santa Claus, “Please, please Santa, most of all I want to have an iPad.”

How did you react to that wish?

I thought it was great, really great that my grandchild wanted to use computers. At that time I had no idea there could be problems too. I just wanted to promote it, so I bought her an iPad.

Now you have explored the research available in this field, and learned about the injurious health effects. Are you surprised about what you found out from different research studies?

Yes, very surprised. Actually it started with my sister sending me a newspaper article from Sweden about how cellphones and iPads may be harmful to health. That’s silly, I thought. How could that be? Everyone’s using them. But I also thought, I may as well look into it. So in March 2013 I spent three weeks researching. I had been teaching information retrieval and had just written 120 pages in the Research Guide, so I knew how to do online research. We have easy access to fantastic tools at the university, the NELLI portal, where we can search many large scientific databases for free, as well as retrieve and print articles very fast.

What was your first impression? What did you find?

The first thing that really made an impression on me was the warning by the Council of Europe. In 2011 they called on all of the member states of the European Union by basically saying: you must warn all your citizens that there is a danger to cellphone technology and wireless internet. Children especially need to be warned, because they are particularly sensitive. Their cranium is thinner and more susceptible because they’re still growing. I got the message. Yes, protect the children. The warning from the Council of Europe also made it clear that if we don’t do something now, it could lead to devastating human and economic costs.

So you became absorbed in this new knowledge. What happened then?

I became quite concerned and continued looking deeper into scientific reports. The recommendation from the Council of Europe is from a socio-political standpoint but based on science. So I thought I’d better read up on the science. Among many findings I read the new BioInitiative Report of 2012 that included 1800 reviewed studies. The scientists concluded: If we don’t do something now, we may soon see a global epidemic of brain damage. Children are most vulnerable to the effects of pulsed electromagnetic radiation. And of course I thought of my grandchild, to whom I had just given an iPad.

I take it that’s quite challenging for a senior educator to hear?

That’s when I became very troubled about the technology I had been promoting in my books and lectures. I now understand that wired connectivity causes fewer problems and wireless creates many kinds of problems. Millions of people are affected.

Injuries to the brain’s blood vessels have been discovered as well. In our brains we have about 600 km of blood vessels. They have to feed 60-100 billion nerve cells with oxygen and glucose. Even if each nerve cell is extremely small, every nerve cell has many microscopic branches. The longest branch from each neuron (nerve cell), which includes axons (nerve fibers), is between one millimeter and 20 cm. The average is less than a millimeter. However, if we were to connect all these neurons and use only the longest branch from each one and put all neurons in a line, it would reach four times around the equator. Each neuron can have contacts (synapses) to more than thousands of other neurons.

With this context I started to understand why the brain was particularly sensitive. The blood vessels in the brain are far-reaching and extremely thin, and that’s where one problem lies. As it turns out, the thin blood vessels in the brain have walls that are even thinner. When someone is exposed to a cellphone or other wireless radiation, the walls of the blood vessels start to leak. A protein from the blood (albumin) can also leak out to the brain cells and has the potential to kill nerve cells. This has been shown in pictures in research reports from Sweden, published by professors Bertil Persson and Leif Salford in Lund. They studied the effects of active cellphone radiation in close vicinity to a box where rats ran freely. They found that even weak radiation causes damage to the blood vessels and the brain cells in the rats after only 2 hours of exposure. Imagine what can happen to children and adults who hold cellphones close to their ears and brains for several hours every week for years?

Your lecture today is about health consequences from staying too long in wireless environments. What steps have you personally taken to solve this problem?

Nowadays I keep the cellphone in flight mode 99% of the time to reduce emissions. I don’t use this ’smart’ technology much anymore, even though I always had my phone with me and on me for many years. Now I mostly leave it at home, or have it turned off, but check for messages. At home I use wired internet and a wired keyboard and mouse. I also replaced the wireless DECT phone with a traditional wired phone, and I avoid places with high levels of electromagnetic radiation.

As a guest lecturer, what will your key message be today?

First of all I will give a brief overview of how important an instrument our brain is. It’s the most complex structure in our world. It is more complex than any aircraft and so on. It’s very sensitive to electromagnetic pulses. All communication in our brains and bodies is also dependent on electric pulses, which are much weaker than man-made digital electromagnetic pulses. In airplanes you are not allowed to use cellphones because it might disturb the electronic equipment on board. Yet most people still think that a cellphone could not harm the brain, which is much more complex than an airplane and runs on much weaker electric pulses. I will also talk about various damages caused by wireless gadgets, but above all how to protect yourself and how to avoid being exposed to too much electromagnetic radiation.

Based on what you have said so far, your recommendation is that it pays to use traditional cable connectivity and just use wireless networks when we have no other choice. Is that about right?

Yes, it’s much better to use cable internet whenever possible, but you can’t use cable for cell phones, tablets and iPads, because they only function on wireless networks. All digital communication uses high frequencies. Tablets are not held to the ear, but you sit with them in your lap, maybe even while holding a child. Boys and men often keep their smartphone in their pockets. Research shows that sperm die from such exposure, and the sperm that survive is of less quality.
One experiment (by A. Balmori) found a marked difference between two containers of tadpoles placed 140 meters from a celltower. One container was shielded by a Faraday cage. In that container only 4% died, but 90% of the tadpoles died in the unprotected one, and deformities were found among the remaining 10%. No wonder then that sperm die or are damaged if you carry a smartphone in a pants pocket. Frogs, people and birds have also been studied, and the results show that they were also negatively affected by celltowers. This is not just about cancer. Immediate injury is noticeable on EEG, brain activity changes, and also damages to the DNA.
So there are many different types of damage. That’s why it’s so important to protect children and not install wireless networks and iPads in the schools. The worst scenario is when many tablets are in use at the same time and in the same room, as in schools, because they continually search to connect to the same wifi-modem. It’s like every iPad is shouting at the same time to the modem and this electromagnetic smog just gets louder and louder. That’s when it becomes particularly harmful. How would kids know if their teachers do not understand the risks?

Lots of important issues to talk about today. Thank you so much for this interview, and
I wish you all the best with your lecture.
Thank you too.

Source/Fonte:

http://www.emfacts.com/2015/12/finnish-education-professors-warning-wireless-technology-in-schools-may-lead-to-a-global-epidemic-of-brain-damages/