1659 Peer-reviewed scientific studies on EMF related subjects

Note the comment on this book promo page about childhood leukemia

Commentary from their page begins with:

When it comes to EMF issues, one of the most frequently heard phrases is “There is no evidence to support EMFs having health effects” or simply “There is no conclusive evidence”.

This is completely wrong; there is an enormous body of evidence out there, but public and even academic awareness seems to be very poor. Therefore, we will be presenting a list of papers and odds ratios which either show serious effects or are considered important papers on the subject which we have collected over the years. This page will be updated regularly.

This link reportedly lists 1659 studies on the effects of EMF’s: https://powerwatch.org.uk/science/studies.asp

You’ll find information on Childhood Leukemia which Dr. Sam Milham lists as #1 response to EMF’s in children. They also give information on brain tumors and more. It’s a healthy dose of reality about our tech-saturated world and just one reason I say that I’m pretty sure I could fill a train car with published studies saying that what we’re doing, saturating our world with 24/7 non-ionizing radiation in many forms, is beyond dangerous. 😦

Here’s this sources commentary on: Electromagnetic hypersensitivity:

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) (historically referred to as “Microwave Sickness”) is an illness that is both highly controversial and little understood. The symptoms can vary a lot between sufferers, but will normally include some of the following: sleep disturbance, tiredness, depression, headaches, restlessness, irritability, concentration problems, forgetfulness, learning difficulties, frequent infections, blood pressure changes, limb and joint pains, numbness or tingling sensations, tinnitus, hearing loss, impaired balance, giddiness and eye problems. There have been reports of cardiovascular problems such as tachycardia, though these are relatively rare.

EHS is often faced with scepticism under the basis that people are bathed with EMFs all day long from countless sources, including light from the sun and the earth’s magnetic field, so if those don’t cause a problem why would other sources of EMFs Mobile? Why would the body react any differently just because it’s pulsed a bit? Besides, most people aren’t complaining about it – if it was a real issue, surely more people would be reporting the symptoms?

It is easiest to think of it as more of an allergic reaction to EMFs. An “abnormal response to a common exposure”, that only affects a minority of the population. There are plenty of examples of this with other exposures, including even to visible light: Photosensitive epilepsy is a rare condition where visual stimuli at a certain frequency sends the person into epileptic seizures. About 0.75% of people have epilepsy, and about 5% of these people are of the photosensitive type – about 0.04% of the population in total. People with Photosensitive epilepsy are fine when exposed to light normally, but when they are exposed to light which flashes at a certain frequency – typically 16-25Hz, they go into a seizure. This condition has become an issue only in modern times due to technology, where televisions and computer monitors have started to produce the frequencies of light which can activate the epileptic fits.

In February 2006, at a meeting of the Dutch working group on EHS, Hugo Schooneveld, a neurobiologist, and himself a sufferer, showed how different radiation can have different effects on different people. He showed that there may be some delay before health effects are experienced. Indeed they can be perceived as positive at first and negative after a lengthy exposure. Sometimes low and high exposure do not have effects, but exposure in between has (called a ‘window’ effect, see below). He also confirmed from his clinical experience that although EMFs may only cause small effects in biological systems, small effects on a cellular level can lead to large consequences on the organ level.

These variations make the study of, and medical acceptance of, ES very difficult. We present below a very brief summary of some of the findings of the research into the effects that electromagnetic fields have on living systems, or in the laboratory. The biological changes found may lead directly to a health problem, without provoking or aggravating ES; it is not always easy to make this distinction. There are many references cited for you to investigate any of the areas covered in more detail, if you wish to do so. https://powerwatch.org.uk/health/sensitivity.asp


This is a dense site with LOTS of referenced articles spanning many subjects. ENJOY

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