Cell phone safety is a pressing issue that has been largely ignored by the industry and government regulators for far too long. The recent discovery that even “LOW SAR” non-thermal wireless radiation levels can actually be more dangerous than previously thought is a wake-up call for all of us. The industry’s lack of trustworthy oversight has allowed wireless corporations, investment bankers, and even law firms to claim legitimacy in specific absorption rate (SAR) testing, all while lining their pockets and hiding the truth from the public.
The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) guidelines on SAR levels are supposed to protect the public from harmful levels of wireless radiation, but unfortunately, they are not doing their job. There is no evidence that reducing SAR levels will reduce health hazards, and in fact, the latest research shows just the opposite. Studies have found that lower intensities at high frequencies promote faster tumor growth, and that wireless radiation hazards are now very evident at below thermal levels.
This isn’t “pseudoscience” as some may claim, but rather the latest research, published, replicated, and peer-reviewed by credible scientists. The findings of these studies cannot be ignored, and it is clear that the FCC’s current guidelines are not keeping our families safe from body-worn or hand-held devices that emit wireless radiation.
The wireless industry’s attempts to bury this information and discredit the studies are both alarming and unacceptable. Their defense of SAR levels tested only on adult body simulations as safe for everyone is a red herring fallacy that has been used for far too long. As a cell phone safety activist, I strongly urge the FCC and other government regulators to take immediate action and update their guidelines to reflect the latest research on wireless radiation hazards.
It is also important to remember that this issue goes beyond just cell phones. The newest wearable computers, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers, emit similar levels of wireless radiation and should also be subject to stricter safety guidelines. The comparison of wireless radiation to smoking may seem extreme, but the latest studies show that there is substantial credibility to this comparison. It is time for the wireless industry to put profits aside and prioritize the health and safety of the public.
In conclusion, the recent discovery that even “LOW SAR” non-thermal wireless radiation levels can actually be more dangerous than previously thought is a wake-up call for all of us. The industry’s lack of trustworthy oversight and the FCC’s outdated guidelines are putting the public at risk. As a cell phone safety activist, I urge the industry and government regulators to take immediate action and update their guidelines to reflect the latest research on wireless radiation hazards. It is time to put people before profits and prioritize the health and safety of the public.
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