Wireless radiation – the new asbestos?

May 8, 2023

Is wireless radiation the new asbestos?

Should we be doing something about it?

David Gee is an expert on why it’s important to take precautions and what happens when society fails to do so in a timely manner. In his work for the European Environment Agency, he compiled reports on 35 harmful environmental agents, including X-rays, asbestos, lead, tobacco and CFCs.

As you probably know, they all caused untold damage and it took society years to wake up to it.

Asbestos is a case in point. The first evidence that it was harmful was observed in 1898, but David says it was not until the 1980s that regulations were introduced to protect people.

Is the same thing happening with wireless radiation?

David says, ‘there’s more than sufficient evidence to take precautionary steps right now.’ In fact, the European Environment Agency issued a report calling for precautions to protect society as early as 2007 and reissued the call in 2009 and 2011.

Now, in 2023, we’re seeing more exposure than ever.

In the decade that he’s been investigating the development of wireless technologies, David has observed some interesting parallels between wireless radiation and other environmental toxins.

He shares his observations and insights in an eye-opening interview with Lyn McLean.

You can hear him talk about:

  • the early warnings that wireless radiation was harmful

  • the reasons why it takes so long for society to take protective action

  • what we need to learn from history to avoid making the same mistakes

  • the vulnerability of children

  • the rollout of 5G

  • the foresight principle

  • what society can do; what individuals can do and so much more.

You can see the interview here

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