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Last Updated on August 5, 2015

The following article is from the Earth Island Journal. It’s goes into an important topic I’ve researched and taught about extensively in the past 25 years. Sadly it’s still a subject most people seem to be almost entirely ignorant about. In the past decade, or so, a lot of research (mostly in Europe) has shown clear and direct correlation between mobile phone exposure (and other sources of electro magnetic and microwave frequencies) and various diseases.

Warning: High Frequency

By Christopher Ketcham

EMF pictureConsider this story: It’s January 1990, during the pioneer build-out of mobile phone service. A cell tower goes up 800 feet from the house of Alison Rall, in Mansfield, Ohio, where she and her husband run a 160-acre dairy farm. The first thing the Rall family notices is that the ducks on their land lay eggs that don’t hatch. That spring there are no ducklings. artwork showing an antenna with radial lines depicting radio waves and a suited figure holding a phone to his headIllustrations by Michael Morgenstern, mmorgenstern.com. By the fall of 1990, the cattle herd that pastures near the tower is sick. The animals are thin, their ribs are showing, their coats growing rough, and their behavior is weird – they’re agitated, nervous. Soon the cows are miscarrying, and so are the goats. Many of the animals that gestate are born deformed. There are goats with webbed necks, goats with front legs shorter than their rear legs. One calf in the womb has a tumor the size of a basketball, another carries a tumor three feet in diameter, big enough that he won’t pass through the birth canal. Rall and the local veterinarian finally cut open the mother to get the creature out alive. The vet records the nightmare in her log: “I’ve never seen anything like this in my entire practice… All of [this] I feel was a result of the cellular tower.” Within six months, Rall’s three young children begin suffering bizarre skin rashes, raised red “hot spots.” The kids are hit with waves of hyperactivity; the youngest child sometimes spins in circles, whirling madly. The girls lose hair. Rall is soon pregnant with a fourth child, but she can’t gain weight. Her son is born with birth defects – brittle bones, neurological problems – that fit no specific syndrome. Her other children, conceived prior to the arrival of the tower, had been born healthy.

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