Could the Health Risks of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields be Worse than Asbestos, Smoking, and Obesity Combined?
I am not one for conspiracy theories nor do I indulge in apocalyptic rhetoric. A quick look at history will tell you that there are a scant few well documented conspiracies in American history. Apocalypticism is a well-known religious philosophy and a much too common theme in recent Hollywood movies. Despite many significant setbacks, humanity continues to thrive.
Cover-ups, however, are much more common. Asbestos companies and big tobacco knew long before the general public did that their products caused cancer. Obesity is an example of a well-documented threat. It is estimated that 3-4 million people die from the complications of obesity every year. By way of the following summary, you will be introduced to the potential threats of the exponentially increasing levels of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) we encounter daily.
I was introduced to this information by a colleague who was ringing the apocalyptic alarm bell when he asked for my opinion. Begrudgingly, I looked at the current literature, and if 10% of what you are about to read is true, then we need to step back, take a deep breath, and study the potential risks in detail. The whitepaper I am summarizing below has 289 peer-reviewed scientific studies outlining the staggering health consequences we may soon be facing. I am not an environmental medicine specialist, but I have enough medical knowledge to understand the very distinct possibilities of a looming health crisis.