According to accepted scientific principles, our bodies first communicate bio-electrically, and then bio-chemically. Dr. Becker (researcher in electromagnetic emissions) noted that exposure to any abnormal electromagnetic field produces a stress response. These artificially-induced stress responses can be likened to an assault on our immune system, similar to a chemical exposure.
According to Dr. Klinghardt, MD, PhD, electromagnetic radiation (EMR) is 'the health crisis of our time'. He noted that in a research study mothers who gave birth to autistic children slept in a location where microwave radiation was 20.7 times higher than mothers who gave birth to non-autistic children. Coincidence? Certainly there are many contributing factors in the pathogenesis of autism, but manmade electromagnetic emissions must be figured into the equation.
The expanding network of cell towers is staggering. Modern 'energy' efficient appliances designed for smart grid, and smart meters pose new potential toxic risks. Imagine a 'internet of things' where each appliance, computer, etc., in your house is connected to each other, and then, to your neighbors. This creates constant electromagnetic communication, nicknamed: 'electro-smog'. Then think of all those signals feeding into collectors. Think about the forced chronic exposure of wireless radiation on your body continuously 24/7 coming from everywhere. No escape. Experts believe there is no problem as the signals are like cell phones.
However, the accepted 'argument' that a cell phone has no health risks is losing ground. In Italy the Supreme Court affirmed a ruling granting worker's compensation to a businessman that developed a tumor after using a cell phone for 12 years.
As of this writing there are 10 counties in California that have taken action against Smart Meters. Vermont, Arizona, Texas, Florida, PA, WA DC., Illinois, and Oregon have also created a grass roots rebellion against Smart Meters. People not only have complained of health issues, but fire hazards from power-surging and weird irritating sounds.
The world over people are reacting physically to the ubiquitous assaults from unseen emissions glowing off their toys of convenience. Yes, these have become the way of life in today's industrialized, mobilized, techno-world of gadgetry with the illusion of connection. However, perhaps we can thrive if we create sanctuaries where electro-smog is reduced if we just learn how.