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Thursday, July 01, 2010

One of many ways to prevent cancer

The health hazards of wireless communications will become glaringly apparent sooner or later. But somehow, being able to say "I told you so" just isn't going to bring any satisfaction when that day comes. I'd much rather see intelligence, sanity, and sound science prevail to come up with solid solutions before the worst case scenario becomes reality.

There is still plenty of hope that we can make that happen as this issue is gaining ever more legitimate ground.

A sign of the times is the scheduled releases of not one, but two books on cell phone hazards, by conventional publishers.

The first, "Disconnect" by Dr. Devra Davis, is now available for pre-order.

The other is by Anne Louise Gittleman, called "ZAPPED -- Why Your Cell Phone Shouldn't Be Your Alarm Clock
and 1,268 Ways to Outsmart the Hazards of Electronic Pollution," which is also scheduled for release sometime later this year.

In addition, a new book on Dirty Electricity by epidemiologist, Sam Milham, MD, called "Dirty Electricity" will also be published soon. Dirty electricity means high frequency transients on electrical wiring and is an increasingly prevalent problem.

According to Camilla Rees of ElectromagneticHealth.org, "high electronics, and high RF, environments, and electrical circuits connected to Compact Fluorescent Bulbs, all contribute to increasing levels of dirty electricity in our midst, and dirty electricity has been linked to cancer.

It is especially important we learn about ways to minimize dirty electricity by using capacitors or filters that neutralize this phenomenon. Even solar panels create dirty electricity, but most people in the green building industry are focused on energy efficiency for the consumer, not on ways to address the health impacts of these new technologies."
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