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Do electrical-electronic/magnetic fields increase risk of cancer?
07-19-2017, 03:46 AM #16
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Don't eliminate Alzheimers and dementia as killers, but new research with cannabinoids seems to suggest that neuroplasticity within the brain is regenerated and these diseases don't have to exist at all.
07-31-2017, 11:40 PM #17
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(07-14-2017, 12:16 AM)dclements Wrote:  I know this is a strange thread for someone who is pro-nuclear power to ask but I'm wondering if anyone hear has any knowledge as to whether there is or isn't a link between cancer and people working or living near areas where they are exposed to high frequency fields? I know that the really high frequency waves are caused by gamma radiation and that X-ray technicians are at risk of getting iodizing radiation even if the frequency is at a lower than which is caused by gamma rays.


You Asked: Should I Worry About Wi-Fi Radiation?
http://time.com/4508432/what-is-wifi-radiation-cancer/

Power Lines, Electrical Devices and Extremely Low Frequency Radiation
https://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-cau...ation.html

I think the health agencies in the government believe there isn't enough proof to say that it does or doesn't cause cancer so they assume it is safe or at least safe-ish, but I believe there are a number of people that looked into it say that the information available says that we need to be concern and steps need to be taken to protect people from this threat.  I wonder what people on this forum think about this.  coffeetime.gif

They do indeed.
The magnetic field is disturbed in such a way that the magnethosphere needs to breathe to be able to have a case for an incancerous environment.

A whale, for instance, follows the magnetic field like a pocket bike roads the lead to victory.
When the magnetic field changes waverly, the whales go into the direction that they are led to beheard.

A disturbed magnetic field causes cancer because the reaping of the wavered colloquial field ceannot breathe properly.
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08-01-2017, 09:29 AM #18
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(07-14-2017, 12:16 AM)dclements Wrote:  I know this is a strange thread for someone who is pro-nuclear power to ask but I'm wondering if anyone hear has any knowledge as to whether there is or isn't a link between cancer and people working or living near areas where they are exposed to high frequency fields? I know that the really high frequency waves are caused by gamma radiation and that X-ray technicians are at risk of getting iodizing radiation even if the frequency is at a lower than which is caused by gamma rays.


You Asked: Should I Worry About Wi-Fi Radiation?
http://time.com/4508432/what-is-wifi-radiation-cancer/

Power Lines, Electrical Devices and Extremely Low Frequency Radiation
https://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-cau...ation.html

I think the health agencies in the government believe there isn't enough proof to say that it does or doesn't cause cancer so they assume it is safe or at least safe-ish, but I believe there are a number of people that looked into it say that the information available says that we need to be concern and steps need to be taken to protect people from this threat. I wonder what people on this forum think about this. coffeetime.gif

Casts out demons so it would be the opposite. I mean on the basis of real electromagnetic energy (spirit) not the process you have in like mris and computers which is a type of process. Spirit + bible can eviscerate them...but will likely put you in spirit without your choice which you're not supposed to do. You can pinpoint cast them out or destroy them if you choose (lungs). Do I recommend it? No it's not real but use it if you need to in spirit especially with energy suckers. I hit "angels" (system elohim on "light" side) as well because they aren't on our side but depends on what they're doing.

-Stan
08-02-2017, 01:26 AM #19
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(07-14-2017, 12:16 AM)dclements Wrote:  I know this is a strange thread for someone who is pro-nuclear power to ask but I'm wondering if anyone hear has any knowledge as to whether there is or isn't a link between cancer and people working or living near areas where they are exposed to high frequency fields? I know that the really high frequency waves are caused by gamma radiation and that X-ray technicians are at risk of getting iodizing radiation even if the frequency is at a lower than which is caused by gamma rays.


You Asked: Should I Worry About Wi-Fi Radiation?
http://time.com/4508432/what-is-wifi-radiation-cancer/

Power Lines, Electrical Devices and Extremely Low Frequency Radiation
https://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-cau...ation.html

I think the health agencies in the government believe there isn't enough proof to say that it does or doesn't cause cancer so they assume it is safe or at least safe-ish, but I believe there are a number of people that looked into it say that the information available says that we need to be concern and steps need to be taken to protect people from this threat.  I wonder what people on this forum think about this.  coffeetime.gif

There is a reason why no one has ever scheduled to take their vacation in a clean computer room, but the same people will pay top dollar to be near ocean waves and waterfalls. The most expensive properties are typically next to the ocean.

You might laugh about taking a vacay in a computer room, but if people really wanted to do that, there would be people fulfilling the demand. There is zero demand. People will often say they go to the beach and to waterfalls "[b]to recharge our batteries."

Researchers Krueger and Smith at the University of California found that the positive ions such as those created by electromagnetic devices slow down the beats per minute of our motile cilia hairs in the lungs by 33% from 900 beats per minute to 600.  The cilia act as garbage removers and also assist with nitric oxide utilization. Nitric oxide helps us maintain normal blood pressure.

Over time, reducing the effectiveness of the cilia to sweep the lungs clean most certainly promote cancer as well as lots of other lung conditions.

We have motile cilia inside our eyeballs, and in our brains. If we slow down their ability to remove waste and trash, the smelly trash builds up. Imagine if you indefinitely slowed down trash removal from your home by 33%.

The bottom line is this: the positive ions produced by today's electromagnetic devices and towers are already wreaking havoc. We just haven't identified the source. So if we get sick with think it was from a bad diet or something like that. The biggest culprit might be the guy we can't see.

Pray for me. hug.gif



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