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“Commonplace radiation hurts babies and learning.” – Doc Meek

Wednesday, December 15, 2010. Today I am grateful for the courage of scientists and others who are willing to raise the flag of warning about hazards to learning and health that are generally ignored–or even resisted–in our Western  industrialized culture.

When issues of economics collide with solid science, the public is encouraged to doubt or dismiss the “unproven” claims legitimate scientists and others make. Tobacco is the classic case. Remember when “9 out of 10 doctors recommend Camels cigarettes” was the order of the day? It took 40 years to refute that “junk science” recommendation.
Today we face electromagnetic radiation (EMR) in our daily lives, and it is affecting our health and, in particular, the learning capability of our children. Examples that are dismissed–and are harmful–are cell phones, cordless phones, wireless computer networks, hair dryers, clock radios by the bedside, and on and on.
These all interfere with human cell signalling in varying ways (depending on the frequency of the EMR). These everday devices hurt the developing brains of babies and young children, prevent babies and children from being at their best for learning, and create downstream health and learning issues for everyone.
We all seem to be pretending that those who warn of the dangers of EMR are the problem, not the actual radiation frequencies themselves. “Kill the messenger of unwanted news” has ever been the cry of the ignorant and/or the insecure, not to mention those who benefit economically from the specific hazardous product or process.
Thank you, David Michaels, for your courage in “calling a spade a spade” and your willingness to stand behind legitimate scientific truth!
Doc Meek, Wednesday, December 15, 2010, at Strathcona Public Library, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

J. Collins Meek, Ph.D. (Doc Meek)
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