Having recently received the diagnosis of a defective thyroid gland, I am reminded of an article I read regarding the effects of electromagnetic radiation on the endocrine system. For nigh on twenty years, I worked in an IT suite saturated with electromagnetic forces. Suspended ceilings could barely retain the weight of cables above my head, the trunking bulged around the walls, and my airspace buzzed with Wi-Fi capabilities, maxed out to enable a network of PCs and laptops.
Are we immersing ourselves in an ever increasing, dense fog of mutagenic frequencies? Dr Martin Blank, of Colombia University, believes it to be far worse than we can imagine. We all know that if you spend too long on our cellular, or even cordless telephones, that our face starts to get hot. Our tissues, quite literally, begin to cook. How many of us realise that the damage begins long before our cells get warm? The Electromagnetic Spectrum is colossal. The frequency ranges