Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

Electro smog the invisible danger!

When Thomas Edison turned on the first light bulb back in 1879, this was a momentous moment for world history. The flip of a switch radically change our world completely, and the electric current era began. Meanwhile over 130 years have passed, and today life in the 21st century cannot exist without this energy source, not to mention all the lifesaving appliances that have emerged from it.

 

 

Of course our passion towards all the electrical helpers means that we now live in a dense field of electromagnetic waves, called electromagnetic radiation (EMR): This radiation is about 100 to 200 million times more intense than 100 years ago, and is mostly due to the technical development of the wireless technology, such as Radio and Television, Cordless DECT Phones,. Mobile Phones, Bluetooth and WIFI connections. The required mobile transmitters are omnipresent, and there is hardly a place left where you cannot get hit by the pulsed high frequency radiation those transmitters send out.

“Nowadays, it is undisputed that electro-smog can affect the natural life process of all living creatures. It intervenes in the biological process and changes them. It means stress for the body and psyche, cultivates diseases, prevents healing, and is meanwhile a serious problem in our modern civilisation.”


Mobilfunkturm

Non-ionizing Radiation

Non-ionizing radiation (NIS) is generated everywhere where electrical current flows, and therefore magnetic fields are generated. These fields are publically known as “Electrical Smog”. As soon as a device is connected to a power outlet, it is energized. An electric field is generated even if the device is switched off and no current is flowing.

 

Non-ionizing radiation is not only generated by high-voltage lines, transformers and radio transmitters, but also by household appliances such as hairdryers, shavers, vacuum cleaners, radio and television sets, lamps, refrigerators, computers, cookers, drills and mobile phones.

The negative impact of intense non-ionizing radiation on human health is scientifically proven and indisputable, and biological effects also occur at intensities well below the internationally recommended hazard values.

There are two types of non-ionizing radiations: Low-frequency radiation and high-frequency radiation.

 

Low frequency radiation

The low-frequency range comprises of electric and magnetic fields of railway lines, high-voltage lines and electrical household appliances. Since the public power supply has a frequency of 50 oscillations per second, the fields generated also have a frequency of 50 Herz (Hz). The frequencies can also vary depending on the country.

 

Mobilfunkturm

High frequency radiation

In contrast to the low-frequency electrical installations, which were designed to operate electrical devices, the high-frequency radiation (or waves) was designed to transmit information over greater distances, in other words to actually radiate! In order to better address the requirement of transporting information better trough a wide range of obstacles (walls, concrete ceilings, etc.), the high-frequency transmissions are chopped, pulsed, clocked, and the Information modulated on the carrier.

This transmission mix makes the high-frequency transmission radiation a serious health issue, proven in numerous studies.

 

 


Ionisierende Strahlung

Ionizing radiation

In the ultraviolet radiation range, the transition to the ionizing radiation takes place. These include the X-rays and gamma radiation. Ionizing radiation is termed as electromagnetic radiation in the highest frequency range. It has sufficient energy to remove electrons from atoms and molecules, and therefore change cells of living organisms. These include for example, the gamma and X-ray radiation.

 

Why is ionizing radiation so dangerous?

If atoms in living cells are ionized, one of three things can take place – the cell dies, the cell can repair itself, or the cells mutate and become cancerous.

Of course not all cells are affected by ionizing radiation in the same way.

 

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