Wereldvreemde GGD wil EMF klachten niet echt serieus nemen
donderdag, 05 januari 2017 - Categorie: Artikelen
15 jan. 2017
De Nederlandse GGD’s hebben besloten mensen die denken ziek te zijn van elektromagnetische straling voortaan serieus te helpen. Hen overtuigen dat ze voor niks bang zijn, werkt namelijk niet volgens deze ''experts''.
Blijkbaar wil de GGD niet naar kritische onderzoekers die geen banden met de sektor hebben luisteren. Het bekende verhaal dat we al eerder zagen bij het ontkennen van schade door BPA en roken in het verleden, er waren toen zelfs artsen die reclame voor roken maakten. Ook duurde het 12 jaar voordat kinderartsen hormoonverstoorders als BPA en nu BPS serieuzer namen.
Men is blijkbaar te kortzichtig om eens naar de onderzoeken van de Zweedse professor Olle Johanssen of Amerikaanse professor Pall te kijken die wijzen op de verstoring van bloedhersenbarriere, calciumionkanalen en de gevolgen bij autoimmuunproblemen.
Zie je nu weer in de telecom en GMO sector. In Zweden is EMF gevoeligheid een erkende ziekte, hier zijn we nog achterlijk op dit gebied. Net zoals bekend is dat 10-15% gevoelig is voor magnetische veranderingen in de kosmos. Maar ook dat is hier onbekend.........
Onderzoek dus zelf welke rol je smartphone etc speelt bij je klachten dan heb je al snel je antwoorden. In mijn geval speelde WIFI een verstorende rol qua slijmvliezen en linker oog maar pas als ik heel dichtbij een bron zit, dus waardes boven de 1000 µW/m². Met lagere waardes heb ik geen klachten. Idem met het radar in Soesterberg, pas dichtbij het hek van de vliegbasis bij waardes boven de 1000 µW/m² krijg ik last van mijn ogen en slijmvliezen onder de ogen.
Kijk ook eens naar de links hieronder en vorm je eigen mening want we worden de laatste jaren gebombardeerd met industrie propaganda en experts met banden met de telecom industrie.
GGD biedt ‘alu-hoedjes’ helpende hand
Prof. Martin Pall - How WiFi & other EMFs Cause Biological Harm
How Wireless Devices Cause Cell Harm: Voltage Gated Calcium Channels
Joel Moskowitz, PhD- Cell Phones, Brain Cancer and Public Health
Dr. Moskowitz is the Director of the Center for Family and Community Health, U.C. Berkeley School of Public Health. Dr. Moskowtiz reveals a new perspective on the research linking cell phones to an increased risk of brain cancer. In addition he reviews current research linking wireless EMF to a variety of illnesses and implications for public health. He highlights a recent movie he co-produced called “Mobilize” along with the growing list of international scientists who are appealing to the World Health Organization to revise current wireless standards so they are safe for the public.
Dr. Toril Jelter- Health Effects of Non-Ionizing Radiation in Children
Dr. Toril Jelter is a Board Certified Pediatrician and General Practitioner who treats children and adults with electrohypersensitivity. She discusses her clinical experience with autism and improved and at times dramatic behavioral changes in many of her autistic/ADHD patients related to reducing electromagnetic radiation in the home and environment. She has developed a 2 week calming behavior protocol for children with autism and ADHD. It demonstrates a no cost method of how to reduce electromagnetic radiation (EMR) in the home that parents can try to see if this improves their child’s sleep, behavior and/or mood.
Peter Sullivan-The Autism Puzzle: Reducing Digital Overload in a Wireless Era
Peter Sullivan is a Silicon Valley computer scientist and founder of Clear Light Ventures, a research and education organization which increases awareness of the link between toxins in the environment and autism. Recently he has focused on the adverse effects wireless radiation as a contributor to autism, electrohypersensitivity and other neurologic disorders. He discusses his personal family experience with autism spectrum disorder and how he improved the health of his family through EMF reduction.
Katie Singer- Electronics in Our Ecosystem: EMF Effects on Wildlife, Birds and Bees
Katie Singer Author of An Electronic Silent Spring discusses the impact of EMR-exposure on wildlife including birds and bees. This speech was pre-recorded as part of a Wireless Technology and Public Health conference held Oct 10, 2015 in Mountain View, California sponsored by Santa Clara County Medical Association Alliance Foundation.
The Autism Epidemic Is Caused by EMFs, Acting via Calcium Channels and Chemicals Acting via NMDA-Rs
The work of Olle Johansson
“For me,” said Johansson, “it was immediately clear that persons claiming skin reactions after having been exposed to computer screens very well could be reacting in a highly specific way and with a completely correct avoidance reaction, especially if the provocative agent was radiation and/or chemical emissions — just as you would do if you had been exposed to e.g. sun rays, X-rays, radioactivity or chemical odours.”
The autism/ASD epidemic is caused by low intensity EMFs (acting via VGCC activation)
Speaker: Martin L Pall, PhD
The autism/ASD epidemic is caused by low intensity EMFs (acting via VGCC activation) and chemical exposures (acting via excessive NMDA activity) which both act via excessive Ca2+i to disrupt synapse formation and function in the brain.
There has been about a 150-fold increase in autism/ASD incidence over the past 35 years, leading to latest U.S. incidence of 1 birth in 68 and world incidence of 1% of births. Autism pathophysiology is thought to be focused on the disruption of synapse formation in the developing brain and brain synaptic function. The central puzzle of the autism epidemic is how can such an increased incidence be caused by one or more environmental changes over a 35 yr time period?
10 res. groups have proposed that the epidemic is caused primarily by the ever increasing exposures to microwave frequency EMFs. Such EMFs have been shown to act via activation of voltage-gated calcium channels (VGCCs), leading to excessive intracellular calcium Ca2+i and downstream effects produced by Ca2+i 1,2. The central argument made here, is that the autism epidemic is caused by such EMF effects but that chemicals that also raise Ca2+i have roles as well. Elevated neuronal Ca2+i can disrupt synapse formation via 4 distinct mechanisms and can also impact synapse function via known mechanisms.
Such synapse disruption by elevated Ca2+i during the perinatal period and subsequently, is thought to be the primary set of mechanisms causing the autism epidemic. However EMFs acting via elevated Ca2+i, NO, peroxynitrite, free radicals and oxidative stress also cause DNA damage in cells (genotoxicity), such that EMF exposures may also cause mutations disrupting synapse formation; consequently, EMF exposures to the parents, may cause de novo mutations in ASD offspring which may contribute to the epidemic in 12-15% of autism/ASDs. It can be seen from this that exposures to the parents before conception as well as exposures to the fetus and young child may each contribute to the epidemic.
Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression
In summary, then, the mechanism of action of microwave EMFs, the role of the VGCCs in the brain, the impact of non-thermal EMFs on the brain, extensive epidemiological studies performed over the past 50 years, and five criteria testing for causality, all collectively show that various non-thermal microwave EMF exposures produce diverse neuropsychiatric effects.
Electromagnetic fields act via activation of voltage-gated calcium channels to produce beneficial or adverse effects
The direct targets of extremely low and microwave frequency range electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in producing non-thermal effects have not been clearly established. However, studies in the literature, reviewed here, provide substantial support for such direct targets. Twenty-three studies have shown that voltage-gated calcium channels (VGCCs) produce these and other EMF effects, such that the L-type or other VGCC blockers block or greatly lower diverse EMF effects. Furthermore, the voltage-gated properties of these channels may provide biophysically plausible mechanisms for EMF biological effects.
Prof. Olle Johansson on WiFi - ''Irreversible sterility within five generations''
Radio has not been used for 5 human generations but in most countries only for one - or at most two - full generations. Actually, the radio and TV exposures of our populations have possibly left an unwanted mark on us. For instance, Dolk et al (1997) found that there was significant decline in skin and bladder cancer incidence among adults in England as distance from a frequency modulation (FM) broadcasting tower increased. In the second part of the study, these investigators reported a similar trend for individuals who lived various distances from FM and TV towers, but the effect was less pronounced than in the first study. Furthermore, cancer incidence has also been associated with proximity to television towers (Hocking et al. 1996). We have studied the incidence of melanoma which has been increasing steadily in many countries since 1960, but the underlying mechanism causing this increase remains elusive. The incidence of melanoma has been linked to the distance to frequency modulation (FM) broadcasting towers. Using exposure--time-specific incidence extracted from exposure and incidence data from 4 different countries, compared with reported age-specific incidence of melanoma, we could show a correlation between melanoma incidence and the number of locally receivable FM transmitters (Hallberg & Johansson 2002). Of course, further studies are needed to unfold the mechanisms and factors behind these observations.
When it comes to the mechanisms behind EMFs and their effects on various molecules, cells, tissue systems, organs and biological systems, including bacteria, plants, birds, mice, rats, etc., there is a wealth of yet completely established explanations, including effects on ionic channels, nitric oxide pathways, hormonal gateways, transmitter release and reuptake, apoptotic factors, calcium fluxes, immune-regulatory pathways, growth- and differentiation-related molecules, phosphorylation-dephosphorylation/cAMP/protein kinase A/DARPP-32, etc., and it would be very interesting to see these put to more scientific tests. Non-thermal effects are very common in biology and some of their mechanistic explanations have even been rewarded a Nobel Prize. When I and/or ''ZaizaiDevlin'' can explain the corresponding molecular events for the mechanisms relating to the current discussion about microwaves and health effects, then we may also come to meet His Majesty the King in Stockholm.
Dr. Magda Havas: The Truth About Wired and Wireless Technologies
Dr. Havas is an associate professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants. Her research deals with the health effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic energy at the extremely low frequency range associated with electricity (60 Hertz) and at the radio frequency range commonly associated with wireless telecommunication. Dr. Havas is particularly interested in monitoring exposure of the population in urban centres to radio frequency radiation and power-frequency fields. She is the author of numerous works on the subject. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto, completed Post-Doctoral research at Cornell University, and taught at the University of Toronto before going to Trent University in Peterborough, Canada.
Lunar biological effects and the magnetosphere
Electromagnetic effects might also account for some evolutionary changes. Further research on lunar biological effects, such as acute myocardial infarction, could help the development of strategies to reduce adverse effects for people sensitive to geomagnetic disturbance.
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