« on: 15/08/2019 14:55:03 »
I repeat: have you measured the field strength in your home?
Physics is about numbers.
I wholeheartedly agree.
“When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it, when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meager and unsatisfactory kind; it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have scarcely, in your thoughts advanced to the stage of science.” ― Lord Kelvin
The initial exposure in the our home was about 3,800 uW/sqm which equates to about 1.2 V/m.
Now this is limited by the response time of the meter. When one takes a 2 V/m 900 Mhz pulse, adds a 2 V/m 1.8Gz pulse then a 2 V/m 2.4 G pulse one easily gets instantaneous 6 V/m pulses. Then factor in standing waves and one can exceed 10 V/m on a fairly continuous basis although the peaks are of short duration. This series of peaks, 24 hours a day every day can and does do harm.
You will see that 10 minutes gave no effect but 20 minutes did. The industry (through ICNIRP) maintains that dose is not a factor. It is almost a given that ANY environmental stress on living tissue is dose dependent and the longer the exposure the worse the outcomes.
My wife and I did not really experience any negative effects the first couple of weeks (that we were aware of). The symptoms and the effects got worse with time. When the tower was switched off it took 3 weeks for my wife to feel that a most of the symptoms had lessened.
The effect of tiny pulsed voltages on the cell membrane channels has been computer modeled and indicates how the pulsing interferes with the transfer of ions in the channel.
The cell companies can no longer use their standard arguments. Science and the knowledge of cellular microbiology is advancing very rapidly. Science knows the mechanism and science is able to put the numbers to the effects that are been seen.
I would add that the argument that non-ionizing radiation cannot cause cancer because it cannot break DNA double bonds, has been disproven by the acceptance that the lower energy ultra-violet light can, with time, cause skin cancer.
Before I purchased my RF meter I noticed that I could feel the highest radiation at a certain spot in the garden. I got a sharp pain down my right side for about 4 inches. At times in our bedroom, when lying down I also got the pain, but it would be accompanied by a sharp pain across the top of my abdomen - also about 4 inches. A doctor I consulted with examined me and discovered a small lump in my side. He said I that I had a small traumatic neuroma which was a group of nerves without the typical myelin sheath occurring from an old injury. The pain actually was only coming from the one small spot and the rest was "referred pain".