An Electronic Silent Spring
There’s an excellent article by Kate Singer on CounterPunch’s web site. She covers how we’ve become surrounded by human-made frequencies that are challenging our health and survival.
“In 1996, our FCC filled the head of a 200 pound plastic man with salty fluid. The engineers called him SAM, for Standard Anthropomorphic Man. They took SAM’s temperature. They gave the dude a cell phone for six minutes, then they took his temperature again.
“SAM’s temp had changed by less than two degrees. And so, the FCC determined that mobile devices are safe. Call this test insufficient.
“Next, everybody got a cell phone. Then came smartphones, which also transmit Wi-Fi. Providers installed about 300,000 cell towers. In a few short years, we blanketed our environment with frequencies and amplitudes that do not exist in nature.”