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WiFi and cellphones increases risk of miscarriage
« on: December 15, 2017, 12:51:05 am »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5179065/Wi-fi-increases-pregnant-womens-risk-miscarriage.html

I have been trying to fight off the increasing pull by the tech companies to force me to go wireless on most fronts at home. I can see that wifi is not only a peoblem re accessing and speed of connection but also a potential problem in other ways.
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Re: WiFi and cellphones increases risk of miscarriage
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2017, 05:10:11 am »
There has been studies made on bees and birds, and the effect of electromagnetic pollution from mobile masts, mobile radiation and wifi. Birds and bees have some sort magnet/compass/gps as a navigation system that will become disrupted when there is too much radiation. Some of the odd behaviours are: bees can't find their way back, become confused, desert the queen/hive.
Birds nesting near mobile masts have been observed to be unable to care for their offspring properly.
There have been concern that in the Uk the number of birds has decreased, and one of the reasons could be the electromagnetic pollution.

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Re: WiFi and cellphones increases risk of miscarriage
« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2018, 07:23:18 pm »
Some exmample of problems observed in animals, from the swedish site Vågbrytaren:

- 3/4 of chicken eggs exposed to a very near mobile mast didn't hatch
- many police horses in Kassel in Germany got sick, when a mobile mast was put, and when those horses moved to a safer place they recovered.
- Uk studies that a big proportion of the sparrow population is gone
- In the Us, reports talk about many millions of birds missing.
- A experiment in Germany with beehives showed that when a mobile phone was put next to 8 different hives, almost all the bees didn't come back to 4 of them.
- Carrier-pigeons in some parts of Sweden do not find their way back.
- A man in the Uk bought an old house, but problem was he had to share the house with lots of bees and tried many things to get rid of them. He then installed wifi, and they completely disappeared never to come back.

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Re: WiFi and cellphones increases risk of miscarriage
« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2018, 08:04:20 pm »
Also, effect on wildlife, from this site :
http://www.wifiinschools.org.uk/resources/Balmori+2009.pdf

- In general, anomalies in DNA, malformation in nervous system (and neural tube), in heart, in embryo.
- affects blood-brain barrier in mammals, letting toxic substances pass through. Aggressiveness in both humans and animals, memory, sleep and attention disorders.
- Insects: decreased numbers and fertility, and near the base station: much less insects. And decreasing number of insects affecting birds feeding on them.
- Trees: in Latvia, pine seeds have a lower germination rates, also pines increase of resin production, a sign of stress. Also, aging and declining growth. In Spain, trees look week, susceptible to disease, top have dried up, especially if roots near water. Trees don't grow above height of other trees, and those who "stand out" have dried tops. Popplar and willow are most sensitive, with their roots near water, and the electric conductivity of water irradiating them.

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