Hybride auto's en EMV
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Bron: witscience.org/hybrid-cars-pose-moderate-cancer-risk-new-study-confirms/ .
11 juni 2014
Hybrid Cars Pose Moderate Cancer Risk, New Study Confirms
Dr. Matt Stone, PHD
Chief of Staff, Wyoming Institute of Technology
June 11th, 2014
Cheyenne, WY – For many years now, hybrid cars have been growing steadily in popularity throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Consumers are finding tremendous value in saving money on gasoline costs, and while the jury is still out on global warming, they feel better about leaving a smaller carbon footprint on the environment. But recent research here at the Wyoming Institute of Technology shows that there’s a negative side to hybrid cars that consumers haven’t yet realized: they pose a rather serious cancer risk.
After nearly two years of exhaustive research, WIT has concluded that hybrid cars emit dangerous levels of radiation that can cause cellular mutation and moderate to severe cancers, more than any other product available to consumers, let alone any other mode of transportation. The combinations of motors, batteries, and general electronics release non-transmitting radio frequencies not unlike cell phones. They also release dangerous levels of ELF and EMF energy.
A New Metric
To figure out the threat level hybrid cars emit, WIT researchers were forced to find the specific absorption rate (SAR) of a combination of extremely low frequency (ELF) and electromagnetic force (EMF), along with the parallel radiation from non-transmitting radio frequencies (NTRF). We refer to this new metric simply as “SAR+;” the specific absorption rate of ELF, EMF, and NTRF radiations, combined. The SAR+ metric measures in watts per kilogram of skin tissue, and is calibrated to resemble the standard SAR ratings typically applied to cell phones and MRI equipment, with a safe SAR+ rating standing at 1.6 W/kg.
After creating special equipment capable of finding the SAR+ levels emitted by consumer products and automobiles, WIT was able to categorically define the SAR+ levels of various vehicles, and compare them to household items. We’ve listed some of our findings below:
Dell laptop computer, sitting on lap: SAR+ 0.0012 W/kg
1000W Microwave Oven, 2″ from vents: SAR+ 0.97 W/kg
Apple iPhone 5S, 5mm from head: SAR+ 1.114 W/kg
Now let’s look at a few typical automobiles powered by traditional internal combustion engines, which uses a single standard 12v car battery, and offer a myriad of consumer electronic devices including GPS, MP3/ CD stereo systems, DVD players, and various safety computer systems. All of these ratings are gathered from the driver’s seated and operational position.
2014 Mazda3 S Grand Touring: SAR+ 0.0013 W/kg
2014 Honda Civic si: SAR+ 0.0027 W/kg
2014 Volkswagen GTi: SAR+ 0.0044 W/kg
2014 Ford Focus ST: SAR+ 0.0135 W/kg
Here we see the Ford Focus ST has the highest SAR+ level, but it’s still 1.5865 W/kg below the United States government’s recommended safety limit of 1.6 W/kg, on the SAR rating we base our figures on. So how will popular hybrids stack up against the so-called “gas guzzlers?”
2014 Toyota Prius V: SAR+ 4.09 W/kg
2014 Chevrolet Volt: SAR+ 4.11 W/kg
2014 Honda CR-Z: SAR+ 4.23 W/kg
2014 Ford Fusion Energi: SAR+ 5.36 W/kg
And what about fully electric cars, which use no gasoline whatsoever? For this, we were only able to measure three different production cars… but the results are conclusive nonetheless.
2014 Nissan Leaf: SAR+ 9.41 W/kg
2014 Fiat 500e: SAR+ 11.33 W/kg
2014 Tesla Model S: SAR+ 15.69 W/kg
It is obvious, based on the findings of WIT’s study, that hybrid and fully-electric automobiles pose very serious health risks to consumers, with SAR+ ratings several times (up to 14.09 W/kg) more than recommended, regulated safety levels. WIT has sent our full 913-page report to the FCC, EPA, and CDC, with another copy being sent to the White House. We have also sent copies to 19 global manufacturers of hybrid and electric vehicles, to gauge their responses to our findings.
- See more at: witscience.org/hybrid-cars-pose-moderate-cancer-risk-new-study-confirms/#sthash.BZwoUCdn.CHToF1kf.dpuf .
Zie ook: Berichten%20Internationaal/4563/frankrijk_vaak_veel_elektrosmog_in_moderne_auto_s. .
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