Dec 29, 2007, 2:44:42 AM12/29/07
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At the conference I attended, there were several papers which
purported to study the effects of cellphone radiation on people. To my
amazement, many of them **simulated** cellphone radiation with a
900MHz signal on which they superimposed a 216Hz modulation.
I said to them -- I approached the SA Department of Health to see if I
could prove that I was sensitive to cellphone radiation, because if a
cellphone is put to my head, I feel the effects almost instantly --
going deaf in the one ear, numbness in the tongue and jaw, fatigue
etc. Our department of health responded that they had no equipment to
do even the most rudimentary tests. But I told the conference -- I
would **ONLY** accept a test involving an actual cellphone, not some
simplified mock-up of the radiation. I am certain that all of these
different frequencies contribute to the biological effects, and I am
also certain that these radiation components are very carefully
I told the conference that I could not possibly accept that their
simulation of cellphone radiation had any real validity. To me it's
like testing a drug in which you substitute the actual complex drug
for one with just a couple of the same ingredients, in a capsule of
the same colour. Every single component is important. And I don't
believe that all these "components" are made public, in the case of
Needless to say, no one at the conference even bothered to respond to
Thanks for this info, though. It does bear out what I'm saying, there
are fixed frequencies there, regardless of what channel the cellphone
is using, which are close to brainwave frequencies. Really smart to
hold these devices next to your head.
By the by, my favourite story about how this technology was
implemented, actually comes from George Carlo's book, "Cell Phones,
Invisible Hazards in the Modern Age". Apparently when they first
introduced cellphones in the US, the only health regulation which
might cover such devices was an FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
guideline which said that certain devices which radiated should not be
held closer than one inch, or 2.5cm, from "the body". Apparently the
Swedish firm Ericsson put in a submission to the FDA saying, well, the
head is not really "the body", is it, so it's quite OK to put a
cellphone next to your HEAD, that doesn't count, does it.
And the FDA said yes, that will be quite fine.
I often give this to people as an example of how the US population was
"protected" by its government from microwave radiation. It's literally
a sick joke.
Check out those G-COM documents. I myself haven't had time to really
look into them, but I get a strong feeling that there is something
very profound going on there which deserves all the support and
publicity it can get.