Around here we’re usually sharing some other brilliant people’s articles and research. But it’s worth mentioning again that we also have an amazing resource, and if you haven’t read it yet, it’s well worth the read. And it could save your life.
“Electromagnetic radiation is the tobacco of our digital age. And, like tobacco, it can KILL you.”
-Bill Cadwallader MBA, EMRS
Want to know more?
Buy the book EXPOSED: The Electronic Sickening of America And How To Protect Yourself here: https://amzn.to/2EsTMUR
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Are 5G Towers Really More Dangerous?
“It has been demonstrated that even ELFs (Extremely Low Frequencies) and VLFs (Very Low Frequencies) can: warning sign for 5g towers
Break DNA single and double-strands
Cause oxidative damage
Disrupt cell metabolism
Increase blood-brain barrier permeability
Reduce melatonin production
Alter brain glucose metabolism
Generate stress proteins
Disrupt voltage-gated calcium channels
Researchers are saying, “Not so fast.” Anything that affects the body at the cellular level could have unintended health consequences. And, anything powerful enough to activate a machine or electronic device most certainly can interrupt the intricate electro-chemical functions of your body…”
Check out the rest of this brilliant post by our own Lois Cadwallader here https://www.electricsense.com/5g-towers-dangerous/…
Let us know what you think in the comments!
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How Amazon Will Take Over Your House
What’s happening: Amazon’s newest offering, a deal announced last week with Realogy, connects homebuyers to real estate agents and gives them $5,000 in smart devices and services when they close the deal. The huge upside for Amazon is unchecked access to the data-rich interiors of our homes.
On paper, Amazon is giving out cool stuff for free. But the company is also getting “extremely inexpensive access to record some of the most intimate parts of your life,” says Meredith Whittaker, co-founder of the AI Now Institute.
Want to know more? Check out the article here.
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There will be no facet of our lives that will remain untouched by 5G.
Here are just a few of things 5G has in store for us:
- Irreplaceable physical health
- Precious mental, emotional well-being
- Sacred privacy lost
- Priceless environment in jeopardy
All impacted by this new “promising” technology.
As it turned out, industry knew that asbestos was causing lung disease, but conspired to cover it up and allow hundreds of thousands to suffer. 
Same with the tobacco companies.
Big Tobacco tricked hundreds of millions of people into thinking that smoking was not only not harmful, but possibly good for your health. And they got away with it for decades. [28,29]
The time-line of lies regarding “safe” things that were really dangerous provide detailed evidence of how industry and government agencies conspired to suppress the truth and promote money-making products. 
Don’t think Big Wireless wouldn’t, couldn’t, or isn’t already putting profits before people. Check out the rest of the story here:
Is 5G Dangerous? What The Science Says
“The Who and Why of Collusion
We know the names and entities. It’s clearly about $$$.
No pre-market studies proving the safety of this technology.
No long-term studies proving the safety of this technology.
“Safety standards” are seriously out-of-date and irrelevant to current usage.
No opportunity for an individual to opt-out of this ubiquitous technology…”
Check out the rest of this brilliant exposé by our very own Lois Cadwallader
EMF Dangers – The BIG Cover-Up And What You Can Do About It
“Nine years ago, my husband, two children, and I participated in the first National Day of Unplugging (NDU), where we turned off screens on a Friday night for 24 hours. The experience was so profound that we decided to make it a weekly ritual. We call it Technology Shabbat and it’s been one of the best things we’ve ever done as a family,”
“The first time we tried it, a few things happened that I didn’t expect,” Shlain continues. “We found that time truly slows down…like we got four Saturdays in one. When we went back online Saturday night, we appreciated technology in a whole new light.” The more they did it, the more powerful the experience; the more productive the work week.
Check out the rest of the story here: