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Radiation Under Suspicion

  • Pulse techniques with Wi-Fi and GSM are suspected for increasing the risk of cancer and disrupting sleep behaviour.
  • Italy, Russia and Belgium have significantly lower limits than in Germany.
  • Houses and land lose value when a large mobile phone mast is in the vicinity.
  • In Sweden, electro-hypersensitivity is now recognised as a disability, which was actually called for by the European Parliament in 2009 for all member states.
  • Some people and animals are considered to be an “electric-hyper-sensitive”. As early as 2011, the Council of Europe called for electro-sensitive persons to have improved protection against radiation - such as through the introduction of radiation-free areas - and also against discrimination and intolerance - primarily through education.
  • Causal relationships between radiation and symptoms of the disease have not been established. Compared to the increasing expansion of cellular networks in the past decades and the increasing exposure time, there are relatively few illness symptoms. This is taken into account in the draft legislation.
  • In 2013, the 26th Federal Emission Control Regulation was redrafted (§48b BImSchG). Result: No reduction of the limit values.
  • People react completely differently to high frequency electromagnetic radiation: Immediately, with long-term exposure at close range, or not at all. The perceived symptoms differ greatly, which rather speaks against a direct connection between radiation and physical suffering.
  • Headache, nausea, fatigue, high blood pressure, heart palpitations, skin changes, numbness and tingling, dermatitis, flushing, muscle weakness, tinnitus, vision problems, stomach and circulatory problems and a series of psychological symptoms are the most common symptoms of those affected. So far, there is no actual proof that high frequency electromagnetic radiation is (partly) responsible for this range of suffering.
  • 2017: The Italian Roberto Romeo receives 500 Euro per month from his accident insurance. In 2010, Romeo was found to have a benign tumour, the removal of which also resulted in the removal of the auditory nerve. That was a world premier: This was the world's first court that recognised the improper use of a cell phone as the cause of a brain tumour.

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