Gabriela Posted June 7, 2021 Share Posted June 7, 2021 Movie https://faktencheck-mobilfunkstrahlung.de/en/ This movie offers an insight into the health-related hazards of mobile radiation, which clearly differ from the industrial and political presentation. This film explores the newest, international and independent studies and scientific explanations and explains why mobile radiation is incredibly hazardous and its far-reaching consequences. Read more ● at what stage of the pregnancy the embryo is the most vulnerable ● The degree to which sperms can be harmed by mobile radiation ● Why mobile radiation delves much deeper into children’s brains compared to adults ● How use of mobile radiation can change behavior, especially in kids ● How the WiFi-related pulsating frequency of 10 Hz resonates with the Alpha brain frequency (8-13 Hz) ● How WiFi impacts our brain development, sensory system and organs (heart, liver and pancreas) ● How WiFi impacts the ability to learn, study (school, college, etc.) and productivity (work, etc.) ● How mobile radiation increases tumor risk by damaging DNA ● Which research results led to the WHO being asked to adjust the current danger level of mobile radiation from ‘possible carcinogen for humans’ (group 2b) to ‘probably carcinogen’ (group 2a) or ‘carcinogen’ (group 1) ● What precautions we can take to protect ourselves Includes an additional movie segment about earth’s natural electromagnetic frequencies without which life would not be possible. Interviews and contributions by: • Barrie Trower, former MI5 and MI6, secret service expert, GB • Prof. Dr. med. Wilhelm Mosgöller, Med.Uni Wien, Athem 1+2 study coordinator • Prof. em. Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. habil Karl Hecht, professor for neurophysiology and for experimental and clinical pathological physiology at the Humboldt-Universität (Charité) in Berlin, Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences • Dr. med. Monika Krout, environmental doctor, Aachen • Dr. Devra Davis, cancer researcher, founder Environmental Health Trust, USA • Gesundheitsministerium Zypern, National Committee on Environment and Children’s Health Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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