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The Decisive Human Experiment for EMF: The iNterNet of Things

Finally!                                                                                  The Decisive Human Experiment                                 with Electromagnetic Field Radiation!

This is Great! Tens of millions of humans in a study testing their exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF).                                                                                                                                                     People will be literally dropping like flies.   

Fly

Here’s the thing on this iNterNet of Things (aka Internet of Everything);             as of 2015, we’re already exposed to a Quintillion times more radiation (man-made, non-ionizing radiation i.e. cellphone, towers, wi-fi, smart meters etc.) than our grandparents and their parents.

To paraphrase an old TV ad, Madge, “You’re Swimmin’ in it!” Your Soaking In It

Now along comes the iNterNet of Things

Cisco says this market will become a $ 19 Trillion Industry in the next decade. http://bit.ly/19Trillion

This iNterNet of Things is your fridge ‘talking’ to your iron and washing machine and them chuckling about your time spent with the toilet seat who is then sharing your poop data with your Smart Meter who is talking to 200 other Smart Meters up to 18,000 times a day and up to a 30 mile radius.

And you DID hear about SPY TV?   This is Samsung’s new TV which listens and records and shares when the microphone is on?Spy tv

 

 

 

 

Then Hello Barbie… that rat spy will ensure you (& your kids) have no secrets!

Hello Barbie

 

All Things Connected All the Time.                                                     This is MASSIVE amount of New Radiation in Your Home.

Shout out to any physicist, anywhere who may be capable of calculating the increase in EMF radiation associated with this staggering new ocean of electronic smog.cropped-cell-towerpicpreentionmagazine.jpg

Fortunately or unfortunately – those scoffing at the hazard of electromagnetic fields will be first in line. The “electrosensitive” will continue to seek out sanctuary in remaining low-EMF enclaves while all the “early adopters” can’t wait for this trans-formative new technology.

They get to be the high-tech canaries in the coal mines. Except, instead of ONE canary going down the mine to prove air quality – there will tens of millions at once. I predict here the health results will be unprecedented.Canary

To me, this is The Decisive Human Experiment for EMF

All the world’s largest corporations – who’ve been dodging EMF lawsuits for 20 years – will then be dragged into court. The cellphone-brain tumor lawsuits have been bungled or otherwise dragging since 1993. Recently, 29 lawsuits were approved to proceed in Superior Court in Washington, D.C., but they have been masters of obstruction and obfuscation since day one.

iNterNet of Things as health catalyst will move rapidly, driven by the public as they overwhelm the politicians, government agencies, hospitals as well as courts. Lloy’ds of London, Swiss RE (insurer’s of the insurers)  long ago inserted the     ‘No EMF’ coverage clause and recently phone company’s insurers started too.

I’ve often said, ‘We will have a safe level of EMF about when we can take a shuttlebus to Mars’. This radically advances that schedule. Regrettably not for the shuttlebus to Mars but rather the legislation for safe EMF levels resulting from widespread health havoc delivered by iNterNet of Things.

Shuttlebus to Mars

I propose the iNterNet of Things will indeed INTERN us all                                           in a NET  of Toxic EMF Radiation.

Intern: Confine (someone) as a prisoner,                                                     especially for political or military reasons.
synonyms: confine, detain, hold (captive), lock up, imprison, incarcerate,impound, jail;

informalput away
“the refugees were interned in camps”

This iNterNet of Things will save countless millions of lives – inadvertently and ironically – after it takes out a few million.

But hey, ya wanna great omelette … ya gotta break a few eggs!

iNterNet of Things    a balance of good and bad.

Electropolis; the Transformer Killed Steve Jobs

‘Technology Killed Steve Jobs’ was a post to lay bare the obvious to those oblivious. To wit, no one, anywhere had more electromagnetic field radiation exposure every day than Steve Jobs. To even the ‘oblivious’ or uninitiated…  It’s a given.

After watching 60 Minutes interview with Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson, we can now narrow down the toxic energetic culprit.

Steve Jobs – “There are downsides to everything; there are unintended consequences to everything. The most corrosive piece of technology that I’ve ever seen is called television – but then, again, television, at its best, is magnificent”.
(Close, very close … but no cigar at the Electropolis carnival)

Aside from the steady stream of products which would have necessitated multiple radiating devices on-self for almost 24-7 was this huge and nasty transformer.

Not this one, no.

This is a harmless toy used for the express purpose of entertaining children (and adults) spurring their interest in science fiction and the future. This other one is a remnant of the past, a reminder that as we rush headlong into the future without a thought for the by-products of our techno-lust we have yet to fully account for the health impacts of the Electropolis

This Transformer (below) Killed Steve Jobs!

Steve Jobs spent the last twenty years of his life in a simple country house at the corner of Santa Rita and Waverly St. in Palo Alto.

The thing is though, the lot was rather modest in size and his bedroom was <50 feet from the street and an electrical transformer                 i.e. Way Too Close.

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Go to Google Maps, put in “Santa Rita and Waverly St., Palo Alto, CA”

 Even people living in a cave have heard of the debate about cellphones and brain tumors, specifically with prolonged use.

The same metaphorical cave-dwellers (when it comes to health) have also seen studies/stories the last 20 years on power lines and cancer.

Steve Jobs exposure to electromagnetic fields from products in the day put him in the top one tenth of one percent of people most exposed to this microwave radiation.

Entirely separately – his being exposed at night, in his bedroom to the emissions from an electrical transformer are also highly unusual putting him AGAIN in the top one tenth of one percent of people most exposed to this 60Hz radiation.

Sleep, as the Japanese know, is critical for health.                                                       When we sleep our metabolism drops to 40% capacity – worst case scenario for an immune system assault.  Instead, all energy goes to “cleaning-up” the mental filing system and scavenging the body’s free radicals, principally by means of increased melatonin.

EMF-exposed people at night have disrupted REM sleep and EMR Reduces Melatonin in Animals and People

Steve Jobs may ALSO have had a few things on his night table.

                                                                                                                                                     Ass-backwards Epidemiology.

Here’s an idea.                                              Go down your street – the side with the distribution lines.

Find the houses where the bedroom window is within 75 feet of these lines. Find people who have lived there 15 years. Make a separate category that includes the above BUT who also have a nasty Transformer on the pole. 

If the people are not dead or in the hospital, ask them, ‘How are ya feelin’ today? 

It’s ass-backward epidemiology to be sure but you know what? It’d give you the full and accurate laundry list of cancers, mental and neurological disorders caused by electromagnetic fields.

So if you have cancer – or are planning on getting cancer – be advised.

It doesn’t matter if you are worth $ 8 billion dollars and a meticulous vegan Buddhist. It doesn’t matter if you get the surgery and expertise of the best of Western medicine or scour the planet for solutions.

In the presence of this volume of Toxic Energy,                                you don’t stand a snowball’s change in hell.

Technology Killed Steve Jobs

Technology Killed Steve Jobs

That’s not Steve Jobs “killed technology” or spawned “killer technology” in the awesome, sick, hot, cool product sense.

Though iTunes and Steve Jobs killed the record & CD industry.                      Rather,  it was technology killed Steve Jobs in a quite literal sense.

Steve Jobs replied to my email years ago in Silicon Valley. I asked him why he’s not touting Apple’s great security. He replied he just didn’t want to draw publicity to it for fear hackers may focus on Apple products.  Always a step ahead.

The world could’ve used 25 more years of his pig-headed brilliance,       this ‘Future by Steve Jobs’.

I wish to draw attention to what killed him. Technology is the killer.                   Was it a remote death ray, nano-robots or mutant bacteria?                                      No, nothing like that. Well, almost nothing like that.

We’re killed by the things we love; addiction to cigarettes, alcohol, gambling, McDonald’s and the list. We pick our poisons and go to the well, habitually. One who loves violence may die by the sword.           Lovers die by the object of their affections.

If you want to learn what kills us, find out what we love.

Far from junk food, Steve Jobs was meticulous about what he ingested as a pescetarian (vegetarian + fish). He kept his own fresh food garden.           And as a Buddhist, he likely cultivated discipline while avoiding most         bad lifestyle choices. One may expect Steve to live a long, healthy life.     One ‘addiction’ Jobs would never shake was technology.

Steve Jobs loved technology. These warm and fuzzy technology things – the Mac, iPod, iPhone and iPad – are things he loved. They’re the things we all love. They’re why we loved Steve.

The iPhone (slash iPad) is the technology that absorbs our lives.
Researchers contend brain scans show it’s far more than mere brand recognition (New York Times, “You Love Your iPhone. Literally”).

The iPhone was a game-changer.
It was also a game-changer in terms of man-made radiation.
The iPhone emits more electromagnetic radiation than any other smartphone in the world. It’s always ‘talking’ to other iPhones.               You can ‘bump’ iPhones to exchange e-cards. It’s so cool!

And it’s so deadly. Like a bunch mini-transmitters, it’s radiation is “always-on” and all around. We’re swimming in electromagnetic fields which have increased a million-fold in the past 40 years. 

iPhone takes this radiation exposure to a whole new level.                                      Not so cool.

We’ve welcomed this ubiquitous hazard into our lives this past century. The scientific case is not herein with copious links to distract our radiation-addled brains. Ask your mother or grandmother. Mine once said about TV, ‘Stay back from that thing, it can’t be good for you’. Turns out, TVs once emitted X-rays!   Anyway, go look it up.       What am I, your mother?

Let me get off our fav devices (er, ‘loved ones’) and instead focus on Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs reputedly had a hand in every design detail, his obsession with interface and usability means he was immersed in electromagnetic field radiation. Not like you or me or even the bench engineers at Apple.

In terms of humans on the planet and without benefit of environmental audit, it’s safe to say he was in the 99.9th percentile of exposure to this radiation. Steve Jobs was Guinea Pig Number One.

[ Actually, Dr. Robert Kane, Motorola’s top patent holder/cellphone tester – wrote the book, ‘Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette’ in 2001 and died of a brain tumor – was likely ‘Number One’ ]

Technology is addictive – not just in the better-known psychological sense of reinforced behavior and subsequent triggering of endorphins, dopamine and all these neurotransmitters involved in addiction.

Beyond this, the radiation itself is addictive. Electromagnetic radiation – independent of other factors– triggers endorphins, impacts dopamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, epinephrine, GABA – the addiction keys.

This covert, man-made radiation we heartily embrace affects our mental health and then directly impacts our physical health. Cancer is one of the troubling by-products. Technology kills… in a warm & fuzzy way.

What of pancreatic cancer and Steve Jobs? He first got pancreatic cancer in 2004. Those chemo treatments doubtless resulted in the liver toxicity which necessitated a liver transplant. The liver’s ‘the General’ in this war as they say in Chinese medicine. Without the liver, no chance. Oncologists agree.

After pancreatic cancer in 2004, rather than quit and concentrate on getting healthy, Steve Jobs was just getting started. Then came the liver transplant in 2009. That’s the heroic part. We think it’s all great fun designing the future. Sometimes, one expects it’s hellish hard work.

Steve Jobs made technology accessible and indispensible and the object of all our affections. No longer stuck in the realm of ‘need’ Steve Jobs made technology a matter of ‘want’. Technology became happy and helpful and mostly… Simple.

Like the genius Nikola Tesla and his alternating current, Jobs brought wondrous technology into our lives. Electricity is the backbone of our technological advance. Ironically, with it’s own hazardous radiation,     electricity is the unindicted toxic co-conspirator lurking.

Technology… for good or evil. The good, we all know.
The evil? Well, that’s right now being discovered.

Steve Jobs killed technology and technology killed Steve Jobs.
It’s tantamount to being attacked by gummy bears (for some of us).

This thing we love turned against us. And who’d think to blame gummy bears anymore than people would blame their various and sundry iStuff.

Steve Jobs gave his life to give you this technology.
He didn’t know it.

And frankly, the collective “we” won’t know it for a while yet.

On technology and health, we need to think anew and act anew            and all that jazz.

Like Steve.

This Blog is now officially open
further inspired by Steve Jobs.

Thanks.

Tiger Woods, Wall Street and Virginia Tech explained

Moral Judgement Altered by Magnetic fields

Wall Street malfeasance, Tiger Wood’s “indiscretions” and even tragedies like Columbine and Virginia Tech may be viewed in a whole new way after recent research from MIT.

MIT researchers have found your moral center. Not surprisingly, it’s located in your brain. Turn’s out – it’s just above your right ear.

MIT Zaps Brain and Finds "Morals" pic

The report states, ” The researchers used a noninvasive technique known as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to selectively interfere with brain activity in the right temporo-parietal junction (TJP).     A magnetic field applied to a small area of the skull creates weak electric currents that impede nearby brain cells’ ability to fire normally …”.

The chances are better than 50/50 this is the same ear you zap with microwave radiation from your cellphone. If you are a trader on Wall Street, a time-challenged celebrity or an obsessive teenager, this exposure may be for hours a day, day in and day out.

Research scientists everywhere may want to rethink the definition of “noninvasive”.             Because with 4.6 billion cellphone users out there, seems many millions are disabling their morals.

The financial industry over the last 25 years has been “on cellphones.” To many, it seems as if our captains of industry have lost their moral compasses.  These were early adopters of the Motorola ‘brick phone’ and  have been living and sleeping with their cellphones ever since.

Tiger Woods texting enthusiasm is well publicized. You might guess he has Blackberrys and iPhones in every room. These most popular smart phones also have the highest radiation as measured by specific absorption rate. http://www.ewg.org/cellphone-radiation

Finally, if were able to get the cellphone records of the Columbine or Virginia Tech players, one imagines they’d easily be in the top 5% of users.   Throw in their computer and iPod use and exposure is pretty much 24/7. In fact, investigation of all dangerous pathological behavior should be researched anew now that we know technology can make our morals flexible.

Magnetic fields do other things too.

Besides knocking out moral sense, magnetic fields also affect impulse control, memory, learning, attention, “can trigger hallucinations, separate people from their sense of self and induce God-like feelings.”  And oh yeah, electromagnetic fields also trigger endorphins which is the addiction pathway.

So, after you finish your next cellphone marathon?  Take comfort – a brain tumor is the least of your worries.

http://bit.ly/MITmorals