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  • Is WIFI killing babies? Does WIFI affect health?

    Alarming interview ... not an area I've researched sufficiently into (yet) but I've already personally taking the decision to minimize personal wireless technology .... no wifi (use cable), only short mobile calls, no smart meters either, etc.

    https://ia902506.us.archive.org/35/i...lDeal-WiFi.mp3
    Last edited by Open Mind; July 14th, 2014, 12:51 PM.

  • #2
    You cannot really escape from the waves though, even if you minimalize the creation yourself - you are still pretty much covered by the waves at all times, unless you live in a *very* remote area.
    If you really want to block out the signals, then you will need to block the signals passing through your house entirely.

    But yeah, there hasn't been a study of long-term effects of WiFi and any other radio wave on humans.

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    • #3
      We can't move to a villege in China, right? So we'll have to learn and live with it for now.

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      • #4
        Of course we can minimize a lot:
        Short calls, not to wear mobile phone if is not possibly necessary (and to wear a clock, or mp3 player, for example), change the wifi with cables (also in locals, coffee shops, etc). We can do it, only is necessary a bit of will and knowledge.

        Here a little support to the knowledge related to the wifi radiation and fetus:
        Effects of Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure of Wi-Fi on Development of Teeth and Changes in Teeth Element Concentration in Rats
        2.45 GHz
        iron and strontium concentrations were increased in the, whereas boron, copper, and zinc concentrations were decreased (oxidative stress-related elements)
        2015-(1)
        Zülfikar Zahit Çiftçi, Zühal Kırzıoğlu, Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Özlem Özmen
        2.45 GHz Microwave Irradiation-Induced Oxidative Stress Affects Implantation or Pregnancy in Mice, Mus musculus
        2.45 GHz (SAR 0.023 W/kg)
        low level of MW irradiation-induced oxidative stress not only suppresses implantation, but it may also lead to deformity of the embryo in case pregnancy continues. MW radiation-induced oxidative stress by increasing ROS production in the body may lead to DNA strand breakage in the brain cells and implantation failure/resorption or abnormal pregnancy in mice
        2013-(25)
        Saba Shahin, Vineet Prakash Singh, Ritesh K. Shukla, Alok Dhawan, Ravi Kumar Gangwar, Surya Pal Singh, Chandra Mohini Chaturvedi

        ...and related to mobile phone radiation and fetus:
        The effect of 900 and 1800 MHz GSM-like radiofrequency irradiation and nicotine sulfate administration on the embryonic development of Xenopus laevis
        900-1800 MHz - (SAR 1 W/kg)
        the combined effects of GSM-like RF-EMR and NS on Xenopus embryos were more severe than the effect of RF-EMR or NS alone
        2015-(1)
        Ayper Boga, Mustafa Emre, Yasar Sertdemir, Kubra Akillioglu, Secil Binokay, Osman Demirhan
        Effects of Mobile Phone 1800 Hz Electromagnetic Field on the Development of Chick Embryos – A Pilot Study
        1800 MHz - (SAR 0.47-1.10 W/kg)
        increased mortality, gross malformations and developmental anomalies, decrease in wet body weight and length. liver tissue revealed degeneration of hepatocytes, disruption of architecture, and accumulation of lipid droplets and lack of sinusoids
        2015-(5)
        Najam Siddiqi, Muthusami John C, Syed M Saud, Ayesha Shafaq, Marwan Zaki
        Structural changes in the parotid gland of male albino rats following prenatal and postnatal exposure to radiofrequency radiation
        900 MHz
        Group I - prenatally exposed, Group II - posnatally exposed 14 days, Group III - postnatally exposed 28 days. results: areas of hemorrhage were detected at the exposed group I. degeneration of the acini and dilated ducts were noticed in the exposed groups II and III. immunocytochemical study with α-amylase revealed an increase in reactivity in the exposed group I, whereas in the exposed group III the reactivity became faint. the number of proliferating cell nuclear antigen-positive cells significantly decreased in the exposed groups I and II
        2015-(1)
        Amira Fathy, Rehab A. Rifaai, Ahmed Said, Saadia Ragab
        Pathological effects of prenatal exposure to a 900 MHz electromagnetic field on the 21-day-old male rat kidney
        900 MHz - (SAR 0.024 W/kg)
        degenerative changes in the tubule epithelium, small cystic formations in the primitive tubules and large cysts in the cortico-medullary or medullary regions, loss of peritubular capillaries and atypical parietal layer epithelial cells, increased MDA levels and decreased SOD and CAT levels
        2015-(9)
        E. Odacı, D. Ünal, T. Mercantepe, Z. Topal, H. Hancı, S. Türedi, H.S. Erol, S. Mungan, H. Kaya, S. Çolakoğlu
        Plasma thyroid hormones and corticosterone levels in blood of chicken embryos and post hatch chickens exposed during incunbation to 1800 MHz electromagnetic fields
        1800 MHz - 0.01 mW/cm2
        T4and T3 concentrations decreased markedly and CORT levels increased in the embryos and in the newly hatched chicks exposed to EMF during embryogenesis, results suggest that additional 1800 MHz radio frequency electromagnetic field inhibits function of HPT axis, however, it stimulates hypo-thalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis by inducing adrenal steroidogenic cells to synthesize corticosterone
        2014-(9)
        Krzystof Pawlak, Andrzej Sechman, Zenon Nieckarz
        Effects of 1800 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic field of mobile phone on oogenesis in adult female rats
        1800 MHz
        significantly lower pregnancy rates in 2h/day exposed group compared to the control group was recorded. There was a significant decrease in number of pups in 2h/day exposure group compared to the control and 1h/day groups. significant reduction in number of secondary and Graafian follicles with increase in atretic follicle number
        2014-(3)
        Ali Saeed Hammoodi Alchalabi, Erkihum Aklilu, Abd Rahman Aziz, Mohd Azam Khan Goriman Khan, F. Malek, H.A. Rahim
        Maternal mobile phone exposure alters intrinsic electrophysiological properties of CA1 pyramidal neurons in rat offspring
        900 MHz
        whole cell recordings in hippocampal pyramidal cells did show a decrease in neuronal excitability. a decrease in the number of action potentials fired in spontaneous activity and in response to current injection. an increase in the amplitude of the afterhyperpolarization (AHP). learning and memory performance showed that phone exposure significantly altered learning acquisition and memory retention
        2014-(1)
        Moazamehosadat Razavinasab, Kasra Moazzami, Mohammad Shabani
        Effects of prenatal 900 MHz electromagnetic field exposures on the histology of rat kidney
        900 MHz - 1 mW/cm2 (SAR 2 W/kg)
        mean volume of the kidneys and cortices significantly increased, number of glomeruli decreased
        2014-(25)
        Mahmut Ulubay, Ahmad Yahyazadeh, Ö. Gülsüm Deniz, Elfide Gizem Kıvrak, B. Zuhal Altunkaynak, Gülünar Erdem, Süleyman Kaplan
        The effect of exposure of rats during prenatal period to radiation spreading from mobile phones on renal development
        900 MHz
        mild congestion and tubular defects, and dilatation of Bowman’s capsule were observed in the kidney tissue. stronger apoptosis in the renal tubular cells
        2014-(1)
        Recep Bedir, Levent Tumkaya, İbrahim Şehitoğlu, Yıldıray Kalkan, Adnan Yilmaz, Osman Zikrullah Şahin
        Liver antioxidant stores protect the brain from electromagnetic radiation (900 and 1800 MHz)-induced oxidative stress in rats during pregnancy and the development of offspring
        900-1800 MHz
        brain and liver glutathione peroxidase activities, as well as liver vitamin A and β-carotene concentrations decreased. brain iron, vitamin A, and β-carotene concentrations increased. In the 6th week, selenium concentrations in the brain decreased
        2014-(1)
        Hasan Çetin, Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Ömer Çelik, Murat Yüksel, Nural Pastacı, Mehmet Okan Özkaya
        Pyramidal Cell Loss in the Cornu Ammonis of 32-day-old Female Rats Following Exposure to a 900 Megahertz Electromagnetic Field During Prenatal Days 13-–21
        900 MHz
        exposure during prenatal days 13-21 led to a significant decrease in the number of pyramidal cells in the cornu ammonis of the experimental group female rat pups. histopathological examination revealed picnotic cells in the cornu ammonis in experimental female rat pups
        2014-(1)
        Orhan Baş, Osman Fikret Sönmez, Ali Aslan, Ayşe İkinci, Hatice Hancı, Mehmet Yıldırım, Haydar Kaya, Metehan Akça, Ersan Odacı
        The effects of prenatal exposure to a 900-MHz electromagnetic field on the 21-day-old male rat heart
        900 MHz - 0.05 mW/cm2
        malondialdehyde, superoxide dismutase and catalase values were significantly higher. glutathione values were lower. irregularities in heart muscle fibers and apoptotic changes. crista loss and swelling in the mitochondria, degeneration in myofibrils and structural impairments in Z bands
        2014-(8)
        Sibel Türedi, Hatice Hancı, Zehra Topal, Deniz Ünal, Tolga Mercantepe, Ilyas Bozkurt, Haydar Kaya, Ersan Odacı
        Effect of Ultrahigh Frequency Radiation Emitted from 2G Cell Phone on Developing Lens of Chick Embryo: A Histological Study
        900-1800 MHz - (SAR 2 W/kg)
        structural changes in lens epithelial cells, formation of cystic cells and spaces, distortion of lens fibers, and formation of posterior aberrant nuclear layer. The DNA damage in the developing eyes of the experiment group assessed by comet assay was highly significant
        2014-(10)
        Mary Hydrina D’Silva, Rijied Thompson Swer, J. Anbalagan, Rajesh Bhargavan
        Maternal mobile phone exposure adversely affects the electrophysiological properties of purkinje neurons in rat offsprings
        900 MHz - (SAR 0.5-0.9 W/kg)
        decreased neuronal excitability of Purkinje cells, the most prominent changes included afterhyperpolarization amplitude, spike frequency, half width and first spike latency
        2013-(11)
        M. Haghani, M. Shabani, K. Moazzami
        The Effects of 900 Megahertz Electromagnetic Field Applied in the Prenatal Period on Spinal Cord Morphology and Motor Behavior in Female Rat Pups
        900 MHz
        rotarod test results revealed a significant increase in EMF group rat pups’ motor functions, pathological changes in the spinal cord
        2013-(9)
        Ersan Odacı, Ayşe İkinci, Mehmet Yıldırım, Haydar Kaya, Metehan Akça, Hatice Hancı, Osman Fikret Sönmez, Ali Aslan, Mukadder Okuyan, Orhan Baş
        The Effects of Prenatal Exposure to a 900 Megahertz Electromagnetic Field on Hippocampus Morphology and Learning Behavior in Rat Pups
        900 MHz
        compromised learning behavior, histopathological changes appearing in the hippocampus
        2013-(1)
        Ayşe İkinci, Ersan Odacı, Mehmet Yıldırım, Haydar Kaya, Metehan Akça, Hatice Hancı, Ali Aslan, Osman Fikret Sönmez, Orhan Baş
        Effects of Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure to GSM-Like Radiofrequency on Blood Chemistry and Oxidative Stress in Infant Rabbits, an Experimental Study
        1800 MHz
        serum lipid peroxidation level in both female and male rabbits changed, however, different parameters of the blood biochemistry were affected by exposure in male and female infants. consequently, the whole-body 1800 MHz GSM-like RFR exposure may lead to oxidative stress and changes on some blood chemistry parameters
        2013-(1)
        Elcin Ozgur, Gorkem Kismali, Goknur Guler, Aytac Akcay, Guzin Ozkurt, Tevhide Sel, Nesrin Seyhan
        Overproduction of free radical species in embryonal cells exposed to low intensity radiofrequency radiation
        900 MHz - (SAR 0.000003 W/kg)
        a significant persistent overproduction of superoxide and nitrogen oxide in embryo cells during all period of analyses. as a result, significantly increased levels of TBARS and 8-oxo-dG followed by significantly decreased levels of superoxide dismutase and catalase activities were developed
        2013-(7)
        A. Burlaka, O. Tsybulin, E. Sidorik, S. Lukin, V. Polishuk, S. Tsehmistrenko, I. Yakymenko
        Mobile phone exposure during pregnancy disrupts learning and memory in rat ofsprings
        -
        step-through latency was significantly decreased, percent time spent in the correct quadrant decreased
        2013-(11)
        Mohammad Shabani, Tayebeh Khezri Fard, Mobin Aghapour, Shahrnaz Parsania
        Fetal Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure From 800-1900 Mhz-Rated Cellular Telephones Affects Neurodevelopment and Behavior in Mice
        800-1900 MHz
        mice exposed in-utero were hyperactive and had impaired memory as determined using the object recognition, light/dark box and step-down assays. (mEPSCs) revealed that these behavioral changes were due to altered neuronal developmental programming. exposed mice had dose-responsive impaired glutamatergic synaptic transmission onto layer V pyramidal neurons of the prefrontal cortex
        2012-(8)

        Tamir S. Aldad, Geliang Gan, Xiao-Bing Gao, Hugh S. Taylor
        The influence of microwave radiation from cellular phone on fetal rat brain
        -
        significant differences (P < 0.05) found in the contents of dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px), and malondialdehyde (MDA). noradrenaline (NE) and dopamine (DA) decreased or increased depending on exposure time
        2012-(1)
        Ji Jing, Zhang Yuhua, Yang Xiao-qian, Jiang Rongping, Guo Dong-mei, Cui Xi
        Effect of 935-MHz phone-simulating electromagnetic radiation on endometrial glandular cells during mouse embryo implantation
        935 MHz - 0.15-1.4 mW/cm2
        in high-intensity, 2- and 4-h groups, mitochondrial membrane potential of endometrial glandular cells was significantly lower, the calcium ion concentration was increased in low-intensity 2-h group but decreased in high-intensity 4-h group
        2012-(1)
        Wenhui Liu, Xinmin Zheng, Zaiqing Qu, Ming Zhang, Chun Zhou, Ling Ma, Yuanzhen Zhang
        Effect of Electromagnetic Mobile Radiation on Chick Embryo Development
        900-1800 MHz - (SAR 2 W/kg)
        congenital malformations were seen in treated embryos (bigger embryos, subcutaneous bleeding, and brain malformation). also increased eye growth in 7 and 10 days, significant increase in neural retina thickness in all studied ages, significant increase in retina lipid peroxidase and significant decrease in glutathione level in 10 and 14 days treated chick embryo retina
        2012-(9)
        Fatma Al-Qudsi, Solafa Azzouz
        Apoptosis resulted from radiofrequency radiation exposure of pregnant rabbits and their infants
        1800 MHz
        histopathological changes under were observed in the liver, kidneys, lung, heart, and spleen. hyperaemia was found commonly in the liver, kidneys, lung, and heart. mononuclear cell infiltration was also observed widely in the liver, kidneys, and lung. degeneration in hepatocytes and tubular epithelium, tubular dilatation, atelectasiae, emphysoema, interalveolar interstitial thickening in the lung, haemorrhage, myocardosis in the heart, extramedullar haematopoiesis in splenic tissues were the other changes
        2011-(8)
        Goknur Guler, Elcin Ozgur, Hikmet Keles, Arin Tomruk, Sevil Atalay Vural, Nesrin Seyhan
        Effects of thirty minute mobile phone irradiation on morphological and physiological parameters and gene expression in pregnant rats and their fetuses
        1800 MHz (SAR 2 phones X 1.01 W/kg)
        abortion and partial abortion rate increased. body weights and fetal body length of fetuses were decreased. skeletal system abnormalities included short and curved tails absent of 13th rib and wavy ribs and absent of caudal vertebrae. lowest relative expression of Ms x 1 and Cx43. slight difference was found in the expression level
        2011-(11)
        Ashraf El-Sayed, Hoda S. Badr, Rania Yahia, Salem M. Salem, Asmaa M. Kandil

        I am compiling and classifying related papers on http://emmind.science in the section Applied Fields - Hazards. You can al also see scientific papers on websites like http://powerwatch.org.uk/science/studies.asp
        Last edited by YaveYavo; September 10th, 2015, 01:57 AM.

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        • #5
          I'm sure it does to an extent, but you can't really escape it. It really is everywhere now.

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          • #6
            People in France are taking to the roads in Faraday cage equipped large vans, trying to find a 'white zone' where there's no EMF presence. Macron has promised to 'get rid of any lingering white zones'.

            Many of the EHS (electro hyper-sensitive) refugees are moving to spots in the high Pyrenees. It's like the opening scene in a science-fiction movie.....

            The French government is colluding with the near monopoly power supplier, EDF/Enedis, to trick/bully/threaten people into accepting Smart meters, though there is in existing legislation no legal requirement to do so.

            This seems to be some pretty serious top-down corruption, with Prefects trying to overrule the democratic decisions of around 400 Communes to refuse the damned things. The Police have been instructed to 'turn a blind eye' and have even acted against (poor) tenants who have refused the meters.

            The 'Cress experiment' by some Scandinavian schoolgirls was rather interesting.....WiFi radiation apparently sterilising cress seeds....
            Last edited by Ian Holfield; September 20th, 2017, 01:08 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Owlness View Post
              You cannot really escape from the waves though, even if you minimalize the creation yourself - you are still pretty much covered by the waves at all times, unless you live in a *very* remote area.
              If you really want to block out the signals, then you will need to block the signals passing through your house entirely.

              But yeah, there hasn't been a study of long-term effects of WiFi and any other radio wave on humans.
              That was the oldest things but after the time it communicate with the efforts.

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