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Wi-Fi On the Brain By Mrs Vera West
The mania of IT, phones, social media, the whole kettle of rotting fish, it just makes me cry tears of blood. Can the ordinary people rise to be more than just being mind-controlled puppets, insanely consuming at the suggestions of the media? Do they even use this media to try and find out if the very new gods that they now worship, are even safe? Apparently not.
“Studies have shown Wi-Fi increases your risk of brain cancer and a host of other serious illnesses. The International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF/EMF) as a possible carcinogen, meaning it ranks right up there with lead, chloroform and DDT. The highly respected group, which is part of the World Health Organization, made its classifications after careful assessment of extensive scientific evidence. While all this exposure to cell phones, smart meters, smart devices, and other Wi-Fi technologies is undoubtedly bad for us, it’s even worse for children. An analysis of studies that was printed in the Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure found that children, teens and infants have a higher cancer risk than adults from such devices, with some estimates placing children’s likelihood of developing brain cancer from exposure to RF/EMF at four times that of adults. Unfortunately, children simply don’t have as much protection from this exposure as adults do as their bodies are smaller and their skulls are thinner. In addition, their brain tissue is more absorbent. Not surprisingly, unborn children are the most vulnerable, so pregnant women need to use extreme caution when it comes to their exposure.”
But, could it be that it is really brain cancer, or better, cancer of the mind and soul, that is leading to this fetishism about IT? As if there were not enough problems. Still, as A Christian I have not put a lot of faith into mankind making this world into something good, for basic original sin, can’t be cured by some social programme. As my time is getting closer, I spend my days prayfully, in anticipation of Heaven. I have done my time here in Purgatory.