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You too may be electrohypersensitive
Canada Created: 9 Dec 2011
Editor: Brain researcher, Michael Hutchison states that 7,83 hertz is the frequency at which all life forms have developed; until a few decades ago, it remained the most prevalent frequency on Earth.

In 2010, Dr. Olle Johansson told the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health, “In the room you are sitting in right now, just from the third generation mobile telephony…you are sitting in levels that are approximately one million billion times above natural background [electromagnetic radiation, emr].” And mobile telephones are just part of an ever-increasing cumulative burden of unknown total consequence.

Dr. Johansson was one author of thousands of international studies on emr published by the U of Albany as the Bioinitiative Report. A few among its findings and those of similar independent research are DNA breakage, dysfunction of mitochondria (cell power sources), and decreased levels of norepinephrine, a brain hormone which controls nervous system functions such as temperature regulation and may contribute to memory disturbance and depression. The latter and many other common chronic or recurring conditions, e.g. headaches, insomnia, allergies, blood pressure changes, blood sugar fluctuations, can be symptoms of the growing phenomenon of electrohypersensitivity. This was the condition suffered by Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, former prime minister of Norway, who banned cell phones from her office when she headed the World Health Organization.

Last month, petitions with 15,528 signatures asking for a smart meter moratorium were presented to the B.C. legislature. Meanwhile, Corix continues to install. While BC Hydro and Itron/Cisco suppliers have visions of lucrative add-ons dancing through their heads, B.C.’s poor prepare to satisfy the reduced consumption vision of the Clean Energy Act. They’ll do so by going without power while suffering the emr health consequences. A few may even reduce the estimated $9 billion provincial cost of poverty by opting to leave us forever.

Susan Fletcher
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Source: Coast Reporter, Susan Fletcher, 09 Dec 2011

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