Wireless technology has become an integral part of our culture. It has connected us to people and information and has also brought us incredible convenience and economic benefits.
Just think how this technology has expanded in just the eight years since the iPhone was introduced. We have seen ubiquitous WiFi, tablet computers, wireless smart meters, the smart home, wearable tech, and now the Internet of Things. This latest development will connect everything we own to the internet via pulsed microwave radiation.
This may sound like an amazing technological future that will only provide us with benefits. However, what if there is a downside that is just now becoming apparent? In short, is this exponential rise in microwave radiation affecting our health? And, most importantly, is it affecting children who will be exposed to unprecedented levels of artificial electromagnetic radiation their entire lives?
This is the question I look at in this TEDx talk. I explore the problem and delve deeply into the long-term health consequences and why a growing number of people world-wide are starting to be injured by wireless technology. There are common symptoms that many people now experience when they are near a WiFi router, wireless smart meter, or cell phone tower. They include:
This TEDx talk is not only about the health effects and the science behind this growing problem. I also provide solutions – simple actions you can take right now to reduce your exposure. The five solutions I provide will cost you almost nothing at all, but will provide tremendous benefits.
I also discuss paths we can take to create safer technologies. This is the ultimate destiny of our culture. It is not about going backwards. I believe we can move toward a future with safe technology and that our society is evolving to the point where industry will have to implement safe technologies. Once this happens, our entire society will move into a healthier future.
My intention is that this talk helps you create a healthier relationship with technology and that it is something that will open up this important topic to those who are close to you.
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