Something Is in the Air: The cell phone radiation documentary
Produced by Ville Nuoraho
Directed by Heidi Martikainen
At the beginning of this video, we hear the statistic that sperm counts are down 50 percent from normal in all technologically advanced countries. I guess that’s good news if you believe the planet is overly infested with human parasites. However, some people are in favor of protecting the human species from complete annihilation. Even some governments, like the Swiss canton of Geneva, have halted all 5G installations due to evidence that various forms of artificial radiation could be a cause of infertility.
Einstein is attributed with the statement that if bees disappeared from the Earth, mankind would have four years to live. If we are talking specifically about honeybees, I don’t think that is true. The honeybee is an invasive species from Europe, which Native Americans survived without for thousands of years. (Don’t get me wrong. I think honeybees are great, and their disappearance would be a great loss.) We see in this film an interview with a scientist who studied what happens to bees exposed to mobile phone radiation. After twenty-five to forty minutes of exposure, the queen and a large number of worker bees leave the hive. Whether scientists and regulators in general think there is any problem with radiation, the bees seem to think there is a problem. Other studies show that tree growth is affected by nearby base stations.
As always, there is controversy over what the studies show. A lot of that can be explained by noting that most industry-backed studies come to the opposite conclusion of independent studies on the same subject. Hence, the scientific conclusion is that money strongly affects the “science.”
The real research has clearly shown since the early 1970s that radiation negatively affects human health. The Naval Medical Research Institute looked at thousands of studies in 1971. Effects included decreased fertility, headaches, insomnia, fatigue, depression and the list goes on. If your thinking is not muddled by money or radiation, the conclusion is clear, and the thumb is UP for this video.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Fall 2022🖨️ Print post