|A new appeal has been launched by EMF Activist Arthur Firstenberg calling for a halt to the roll-out of 5G.
The appeal, together with a list of signatories, will be formally presented to the United Nations, World Health Organization, European Union, and world governments on or before November 1, 2018.
The appeal states that the rollout of 5G is a planetary emergency. Technical standards for terrestrial and satellite 5G networks were released in June 2018. Commercial 5G networks are already in place in parts of Estonia, Finland and Qatar, and trials of 5G are underway in China and South Africa.
5G is radically different from previous generations of wireless technology:
The International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space is:
Read the full details of the appeal here and have your say by adding your name to the list of signatories to stop 5G.
Most of our modern-day conveniences emit EMFs, some stronger than others. So if you are serious about achieving and maintaining your best health, there are several steps you can take to minimize the effect EMFs have on you and your family…
But if you are serious about achieving and maintaining your best health, there are several steps you can take to minimize the effect EMFs have on you and your family. According to the World Health Organization, “Electromagnetic fields affect us because our human bodies have their own electric and biochemical responses such as nervous system, digestion, brain function, and heart function. Exposure to EMFs can interact with your body in many adverse ways.”
Assist with shielding yourself from the harmful EMF signals and frequencies. The EMF SHIELD is a corrective, harmonizing resonance technology designed to assist the body with counter-balancing these negative “vibes” from computers, phones, microwaves, monitors, and Wi-Fi devices. Simply place the EMF SHIELD close to the power source to begin protecting you, and your family.
ENHANCES & SUPPORTS
- The reduction of nervous system disruptions, like fatigue, stress & sleep disturbances
- The reduction of eye irritations, such as burning sensations
- The reduction of skin irritations, like facial prickling, burning sensations & rashes
- The prevention of body disruptions, like pains & aches in muscles
Microwaves Linked to Brain Damage in US Diplomats Also Cause Cancer and Brain Damage in Large Laboratory Study
In a recent article, published in Environmental Research, the senior US toxicologist, Ronald L. Melnick, PhD, who led the design of the National Toxicology Program (NTP) study on cell phone radiation, explains that the NTP found “clear evidence” of increased cancers in animals and why this is directly relevant to evaluating human risks from cell phone radiation.
“Even a small increase in cancer risk could have a serious health impact due to the widespread use of cell phones. Clear information on how to reduce cell phone exposure should be promoted by health and regulatory agencies, especially for children and pregnant women, as well as for those that already have cancer,” concludes Melnick.
In addition, Melnick explains how widely circulated criticisms of the NTP study are mistaken and “unfounded” and he presents scientific data debunking eight widely circulated criticisms of the NTP study.
To read the full article and to find out more visit the Environmental Health Trust website here.
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A SMART device is often the first thing we look at in the morning when our alarm goes off and last thing see at night – and it can seem like there is hardly a waking hour in between that is screen free.
Nearly half of kids aged just two to four years old spend time on a tablet device or smart phone, almost half of teens are on devices on weekends for more than the recommended limit of two hours a day*, and more than nine out of ten teenagers own their own device, according to a recent Pulse of Australia survey of parents of kids aged two to 18.
Lack of sleep, being approached by strangers online and cyber bullying are common concerns among parents. And more than three-quarters of parents surveyed were aware that their own digital behaviour rubs off on their children.
“Children are begging us to get off our devices and we need to do better for them,” says psychologist, parenting expert and father-of-six Dr Justin Coulson.
“There is no doubt that parents have problematic screen usage and one of the biggest complaints from children when they are quizzed about this it that their parents are always on their devices.”
“Our kids need to be dreaming, not streaming,” he adds. “Evidence also clearly points for increased screen time being associated with poorer social and emotional skills in children as young as five.”
Dr Coulson suggests discussing a family digital media plan − including parents − that sets boundaries, such as devices being left in flight mode at a charging station, not in bedrooms, overnight, no tablets at the dinner table or always looking someone in the eye when they are talking to you.
“I love the idea of screen-free Sunday, or one night a week when you play board games or cards games together as a family,” Dr Coulson adds.
More than half of the parents surveyed said they would like to spend more time doing outdoor activities or talking and sharing opinions, according to the research.
“As hard as it may be, parents, partners and friends can reclaim personal and family time by going screen-free, such as on weekend excursions or a Sunday drive,” says psychologist and social commentator Sabina Read. “Research tells us that car trips can provide a great social connection point, so it’s a worthwhile space and time Aussies should consider for family bonding and play.”
*Australian Government, Department of Health. Australia’s Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines. Find out more here. Accessed 10 August 2017.
Bringing back family time to weekends.
An expert cancer researcher and advisor to the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer (WHO/IARC) has issued his scientific opinion that radiofrequency (RF) radiation – such as the signals emitted by mobile phones and wireless networks – should be re-classified by WHO as a “Group 1 carcinogenic to humans” agent, based on scientific evidence associating RF exposure to cancer development and cancer promotion.
The claim was made by Dr. Anthony Miller at a recent conference in Wyoming, USA where international experts presented the best available science on mobile phone and wireless radiation.
“The evidence indicating wireless is carcinogenic has increased and can no longer be ignored” said Dr Miller.
Dr. Anthony Miller, senior advisor to the WHO IARC reviewed the best availible scientific evidence and now concludes that cell phone and wireless radiation is a carcinogen. This excerpt is from a July 31, 2017 lecture he gave in a scientific symposium sponsored by Environmental Health Trust. Learn more at https://ehtrust.org/
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