Modern Technology alters Nature's Design

Up until 100 years ago, throughout the billion years of evolution, organic life had been .exposed only to the natural occurring electromagnetic filed of subtly low frequency range of about 7.8 Hz. And it had been in this subtle frequency range that living cell's evolved and developed normal metabolism. However, today's modern technology has dramatically changed the environment and brutally introduced all living organisms to unnatural new high frequencies of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by all electric appliances.

Why is EMR harmful?

In 1994 Nobel prize winners, Gilman and Rodbell determined that the body's cells communicate with each other by subtle low electromagnetic signals. These signals carry all the vital information that, through the process of transduction, are translated into biochemical and physiological processes of the body. EMR can potentially distort and disrupt these cellular communication signals resulting in abnormal cellular metabolism and consequently illness.

Scientific Researches on Adverse Effects of EMR

In 1995, Dr. Lai and Dr. Singh at Washington University proved that animals exposed to EMR resulted in double-strand breakage in DNA creating serious genetic alterations that can lead to cancer, cell death and mutagenic problems. (Verschaeve et al., Phillips et al. and Sakar confirmed Lai and Singh's finding.)
Adelaide Hospital animal study found cancer cell proliferation and malignant tumors in animals exposed to EMR. (Slddmore and Baum, Szmigielski, Chou, and Cleary all confirmed that finding.) Hundreds of other studies on the negative effects of EMR to immune system, enzyme synthesis, nervous system, learning, mood and behavioral pattern have proved to be consistent and statistically significant. EMR does adversely affect organic life at the molecular, cellular, biochemical and physiological levels.

Interview with Dr. Smirnov at the
scientific conference in Taipei, Taiwan

 
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