Digital TV Will Make More People Sick

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Feb 2, 2008, 3:07:02 AM2/2/08
The change from analog TV to digital TV is now in
progress. U.S. broadcasters are being force to change to digital
signals by February 2009. This will mean that extremely powerful digital
signals will be broadcast over very large areas by large antennas. This
is expected to be a very dangerous development which could cause a great
danger to health. There are two links below which may help you to
understand the danger. A very important scientific document by Hallberg
and Johansson is also attached to this message. When reading the
document, note the year and note that digital TV started broadcasting
at that time.

It is quite clear that 'over the air' broadcasting is dangerous and
should be stopped. Television and many other wireless services could be
delivered to the consumer much more safely by wired connections than by
wireless. Governments should be implementing widespread wired / fibre
optic infrastructure now!


----- Original Message -----
*From:* Paul Doyon
*Sent:* Thursday, January 31, 2008 4:08 AM
*Subject:* Re: Digital TV Will Make More People Sick

Thanks Örjan,

I am passing this on! I am sure the cumulative effect of all this is an
increase in all forms of cancer - including prostate cancer! After all,
twenty years ago we never heard of anyone getting prostate cancer and
now it seems like every third male is getting it.


On Jan 31, 2008 4:43 PM, Örjan Hallberg wrote:

Dear Paul,

I have earlier looked at prostate cancer in Sweden to see if the
sudden increase since 1997 correlated with the introduction of
digital TV. The report is in Swedish but some diagrams may be of
interest. Figure 1 shows the general increase in the number of sick
registered in Sweden, Figure 3 gives the number of new diagnosed
cases (age 50-59) and also the number of PSA tests done, Figure 6
gives a coverage map for digital TV in 1999 showing the first areas
to be covered. Figure 7 shows some form of correlation between
addmittance date for digital TV and trend-break in prostate cancer
for different areas. Figure 7 also shows that all age groups seem to
have been affected around 1997. The responsible authorities explain
that qurious year by the increasing use of PSA tests, but there was
no abrupt increase in that use specifically in year 1997 as you may
see in graph 3.

So, in conclusion I think you are right; it is worth taking a closer
look at the health effects of digital TV also. The picture and sound
may be better, and some analogue transmitters may be switched off
for a while but there is also the question about what you get from a
health aspect. May-be a good follow-up can be done in the USA of
some health indicators along with the introduction of digital TV.

Download the paper here:

Best regards, Örjan

----- Original Message -----
*From:* Paul Doyon
*Sent:* Thursday, January 31, 2008 4:54 AM
*Subject:* Digital TV Will Make More People Sick

The advent of Digital TV will most likely have the effect of
making more people sick in the USA - more people with CFS/ME,
more people with Autism; more people with ADHD; more people
with cancer; more dead birds; more dead insects; and so on
down the line! We experienced this in Japan! The insanity
continues! The only misconception here is the lack of media
attention, lack of education, and lack of awareness of dangers
posed by digital HF technology!


Paul Raymond Doyon
MAT (TESOL), MA Advanced Japanese Studies, BA Psychology

"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do

1997 - A curious year in Sweden.pdf

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