Across the country people are waking up
With the government leasing frequencies to companies world-wide to test their electromagnetic equipment in a live environment, word is finally spreading of the dangers associated with new technology. The DOnegal Democrat and the Liffey Champion have both noted community resistance to placement of towers near homes, schools and businesses.
The form of radiation used in cell phone technology is called non-ionizing radiation or non-
ionising radiation which has traditionally been considered not a problem since it doesn't
have the energy to release an electron from it's host atom/molecule. In ionising radiation
(radiation of certain energetic frequency), ions are formed in the host (ions are atoms with
an electron removed or added called free radicals). Ions can be destructive because they
seek out the opposite charge to electrically balance. In doing so they reek havoc. Non-
ionising is dangerous to biological systems not because of this electrical imbalance but
because of their frequency that interferes with biological processes.
According to Dr. Gerd Oberfeld, director of the Department of Public Health, Salzburg,
Austria, in Dublin last week for the AGM of the Irish Doctors Environmental Association (IDEA), the developing organism is particularly vulnerable because the organism is in the
development stage. The presence of free radicals is a commonly recognised cause of a
damaged growth / healing process and cancer.