United States Navy research on dangers of electromagnetic pollution

United States Navy research on dangers of electromagnetic pollution
June 30, 2015 Allie Ochs

The dangers of electromagnetic pollution may not be seen by the naked eye or heard as we go about our day-to-day lives, but they are so serious that as far back as the 1970s, the United States Navy took notice and raised concerns — but was ignored.

Years of research by scientists and other experts has revealed that the invisible fields of negative high intensity electrons that are produced by everything from microwave ovens and electrical outlets to cell phones and WiFi strike our bodies like tiny darts. This triggers hundreds of biochemical reactions, disrupting our body chemistry, undermining our health and stealthily laying the groundwork for a wide range of health concerns.

Navy studies on electromagnetic pollution

Listed, by the US Naval Research Institute, among the biological effects of electromagnetic pollution from low-level microwave radiation are: changes in physiological function (liver enlargement, decreased fertility, dehydration and more), central nervous system effects (headaches, insomnia, cranial nerve disorders and more), autonomic nervous system effects (alteration of the heart rhythm, fatigue and more), psychological disorders (depression, anxiety, memory loss, chest pain and more), vascular and blood disorders, enzyme and other biochemical changes, metabolic disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, endocrine gland changes, histological changes, genetic and chromosomal changes and miscellaneous effects (metallic taste in mouth, loss of hair, copious perspiration and salivation).

The US Navy conducted well-funded studies to obtain these results, likely in the amount of 50 to 100 million dollars. In 1972, The Herald Journal, an American newspaper, reported that the U.S. Navy was testing microwaves on sailors. “Medical reports,” the paper documented, “link rays to cataracts, damage to male reproductive organs, cardiovascular changes and even psychological problems. Except for cataracts, however, the health damage is uncertain and unexplored. The Navy’s research project, using human guinea pigs, is intended to find out how dangerous microwaves really are.”

Known biological dangers of electromagnetic pollution

Among other known biological dangers of electromagnetic pollution, not included in the Navy’s report, are joint and muscle pain, stiffness, fibromyalgia, ADHD, DNA damage, brain cancer, Alzheimer’s, breast cancer, children’s cancers (leukemia), immune system dysfunction and cardiac symptoms.

As for the Navy’s study results, published in 1984, they featured 2,000 references and not only included the negative effects of electromagnetic pollution but also that certain diseases can be cured by applying specific extreme low frequency levels.

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