“Perhaps it’s because RF and antennas seem to the uninitiated what Einstein called ‘spukhafte Fernwirkung’ or ‘spooky action at a distance’. You can’t see it, but it works. As one antenna guy put it, ‘If RF was visible, we’d be out of business.’”
You’re on a bench inside the centre of an indoor shopping plaza with your smartphone on and you decide to use it for a live real-time phone call.
The network antenna that is sending you the zillions of bits-and-bytes of data that represent every sound that person is continuously making (even the breathing sounds) is 200 metres away and high up on top of a 25-storey building. Yet, amazingly that person’s sounds are continuously delivered to you, usually perfectly, and always in an instant; plus the zillions of bits-and-bytes representing your voice and breathing sounds are also continuously delivered by your phone to that distant network antenna.
Like magic, right? The person could be 2,000 kilometres away in a different country, plus some network antennas are farther away than 200 metres from your phone. And even if you leave the plaza and move around quickly in a vehicle, those two continuously changing and refilling swamps of bits-and-bytes that represent both your live voices are available everywhere you go, continuously, in an instant, every instant, and perfectly.
Do you really think it’s something WEAK that has zillions of components yet can in an instant hurtle over large distances invisibly through air, wind, rain, concrete, thick glass, roofs, walls, buildings, trees, vehicles and live bodies that are between your phone and the antenna to slam into your mobile device completely intact?
Maybe you decided to text not phone. Maybe the person responds by text immediately and you have a lively text message conversation with each message delivered perfectly and in an instant. Maybe that’s fewer zillions of bits-and-bytes slamming through everything.
Maybe it isn’t interaction with a person. Maybe you want to stream a video or live tv on your mobile device. Zillions more swamps of zillions of bits-and-bytes that represent constantly changing visuals and audio are now hurtling through the air, slamming through anything living, through some solids, to arrive at your device, again, perfectly intact at each and every moment no matter how long you watch.
Wireless communication seems invisible and amazing, but it doesn’t happen by magic. The not-natural electromagnetic energy (EE) that networks and devices must generate and emit in order to digitize, carry, announce, and deliver those swamps of zillions of bits-and-bytes is not weak. And science tells us that for sure this not-natural energy quite easily penetrates into the inside of everyone’s body. If there’s coverage where you are, the not-natural EE is there with you and in you. In case you didn’t quite grasp that: the coverage area radiation is in you whether or not you or anyone else there is using a networked device. What did the antenna’s guy blog say: “spooky action”?
Not-natural EE touching you or inside your body can be a problem. The zillions of bits of information that your brain and body continuously exchange in order to decide what your body should do at each moment to keep you alive, functioning, and thinking also rely on a communication network—the natural one you’re born with that develops and changes as you grow and live.
Your natural inborn internal communication network happens to use a similar but natural EE, and so the not-natural EE can interfere, confuse, or overwhelm your brain-body communications. You might notice your body malfunctioning, you might not, or you might notice it after time passes and more and more of these malfunctions build up.
Knowing not-natural EE can affect our bodies, controlled use of healing tools that use EE is attempted when important benefits might outweigh any risk. Knowing not-natural EE can alter our bodies also brings understanding about why each and all of us would be wise to:-
(1) Reduce or eliminate exposures to emissions from wireless networks and wireless electronic devices
(2) Reduce or eliminate emissions from wireless networks and wireless electronic devices.
You can prefer modern or traditional wireline communication gear with any wireless settings turned off. You can also provide non-wireless communication gear and connection ports for other people to use. Traditional and modern wireline communication alternatives have always been available, and often they work better than wireless.
If you want wireline services and products to be upgraded and remain non-wireless, then speak up and tell manufacturers and authorities what you want. Hmm, that might be better than them telling you what you want. I can think of many ways to make wireline communications and connection ports handier and more available, so obviously R&D wizards can come up with many more ways—if we ask. If you insist, they’ll come up with wireline solutions that can fulfil any need or desire.
We have so many wireless networks and wireless electronic devices now, and not-natural EE emissions are first-hand and second-hand exposures for everyone everywhere. It’s becoming more urgently important to tell authorities that we want these emissions and exposures reduced, not increased, and that wireline communication methods must always be available—for everyone—for every day, occasional, and emergency use.
At the very least, if you have Wi-Fi internet at home, at bedtime completely power off all routers and all Wi-Fi-enabled devices—until you learn more.
Now you know. Whenever you pay it forward, that will be real magic
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Barb Payne lives in Toronto, Canada. She is a freelance transcriber, proof-reader, editor and writer. Having studied biological effects of electromagnetic fields since 2008, she knows your body is naturally “electromagnetically sensitive.” Barb’s work includes raising awareness regarding emissions from mobile phones and their networks, baby monitors, WiFi access points, cordless phones, any size WiFi-enabled personal gear and “smart” appliances, wireless earpieces, wireless game and entertainment systems, “smart” electricity and water meters, drones, radar, airwave-broadcast radio stations, and anything else that can wirelessly send digital information, sound, or images to someone or something.