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Offline Charlie4444

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Radiation and Medical advancements
« on: April 01, 2012, 07:32:03 am »
Getting to why I'm posting, is that I want to live in a nice house free of wi-fi, and cell phone reception, microwaves, and wireless anything, but all other forms of electricity is fine.  Unless you are living with other like minded people, which is rare, no one is going to be "down" for having no wi-fi, regular people praise this more than good food.  And no cell phone reception means you are out in the country, and you'll probably need to be established in life to do this, financially.  Being only 23 years old and not established, I'm just wishing this situation could come to fruition.

What is more a correlation to rampant poor human health and condition than what we eat, is the levels of radiation and medical treatments.  Looking at 1900, people's health was remarkably better and free of things like autism, depression, chronic fatigue, and nasty, life sucking conditions we accept daily in todays world.  Food hasn't changed that much, but antibiotics, vaccines, medicine, and cellphone towers and wi-fi everywhere has been a big change.  You may not want to talk about it, but I think wi-fi is very responsible for the very sharp and noticeable decrease in human quality, especially in younger generations who aren't developed enough to fight it.  These frequencies travel through buildings, meaning they are penetrating flesh too, and wi-fi is everywhere now, there's no break from it.  Basically, anyone else think a place free of cellphone reception and radiation would be worth it? 

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Re: Radiation and Medical advancements
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2012, 10:43:04 am »
My father told me a different story, about many colleagues who suffered from polio etc. in his childhood. Granted, there was one point where he nearly died as a result of being  given antibiotics by a nurse(he had to hide the pills in a crack, outside, below the window-ledge because she always checked that he hadn't hidden them away), but he also had a younger sister dying in infancy etc., so 1900-era was none too healthy, I'm afraid.
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