Yes.. No scientific evidence. Right!.. I want to hear the excuse for no scientific evidence, since we have it since 1970's and re-confirmed over and over.
There's absolute no way you can say there is NO evidence, first class 2B was established because there is SOME indication, not no indication.. and now we have repeated experiments, that are not about cancer, but other things. Cancer is a great way to mis-inform the public and keep them from knowing that MOST of the effects are NOT cancer.
Unfortunately the papers talks about irreversible changes to DNA and mutations.. And since many people with ES have barely been able to get better,.. it may be that something inside us has been mutated?
3. EMF effects are often cumulative and irreversible
One question that has been raised about the effects of these low-intensity EMFs producing biological effects is are they cumulative? I am aware of three different types of evidence for cumulative effects. Three of the human occupational exposure studies from the 1970's reviewed in Raines (1981), showed that effects increased substantially with increasing time of exposure to a particular type and intensity of EMF.
The impacts of such EMFs on animal brains were reviewed in Tolgskaya and Gordon (1973) and discussed in Pall (2016b). Initially exposures over period of 1–2 months produced relatively modest changes in structure of the brain and the neurons and when exposures ceased, most of the structural changes disappeared – that is the changes were largely reversible. However more months of exposure produced much more severe impacts on brain and neuronal structure and these were irreversible (Tolgskaya and Gordon, 1973, Pall, 2016b).
Magras and Xenos (1997) put pairs of young mice into cages on the ground at two locations each with somewhat different exposures within an antenna park. The exposure levels at both sites were well within safety guidelines, so if the safety guidelines have any biological relevance, there should have been no apparent effects. It takes about 30 days for mice to go through gestation. At the higher level exposure, the pairs produced one litter of lower than normal size, and a second litter with lowered numbers of progeny; after that they were completely sterile or had extremely low fertility (Magras and Xenos, 1997). At the other site, the mating pairs produced four litters, with decreasing numbers of progeny over time followed by complete sterility. In both groups, the mating and possible subsequent gestatation for the fifth possible litter were performed under conditions of no EMF exposure, but the fertility effects were not reversed; therefore fertility effects may become irreversible, suggesting a similar pattern to the brain related effects of EMFs. It should be noted that Özorak el al (2013) showed that Wi-Fi exposure impacted animal reproduction and that (Atasoy et al., 2013, Shokri et al., 2015, Dasdag et al., 2015, Avendaño et al., 2012, Yildiring et al., 2015, Oni et al., 2011, Akdag et al., 2016) suggest this as well from the Wi-Fi impacts on testis structure and sperm production.
Mutation accumulation produced by cellular DNA damage is likely to be both cumulative and irreversible, as well, because later mutations are highly unlikely to reverse previously occurring mutations.
We have therefore reason to think that such effects as brain damage to animal brains, neuropsychiatric effects in humans, reproductive dysfunction in mice and mutational effects, are each cumulative. Those same effects may be completely or largely irreversible. One thing that this should tell us is that the short-term Wi-Fi studies shown in Table 1 may greatly underestimate the damage Wi-Fi may do over much longer time periods. Given the fact that Wi-Fi has been placed in most schools, hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, commercial aircraft and airports as well as in many homes and that Wi-Fi hot spots are becoming increasingly common in cities around the world, we should expect massive cumulative Wi-Fi effects in many people. A second tentative inference is that false assurances of safety on the part of industry are likely to lead to much more severe effects on people exposed to Wi-Fi or other EMFs; rather than leading them to protect themselves or their children by avoiding exposures or demanding that others stop non-voluntary exposures, they are likely to avoid protective changes or be prevented from doing such protective changes. A third inference is that these effects may be among the more difficult ones for us to attribute to EMF exposure. We are much more aware of effects that occur rapidly than those that take months or years before they become readily apparent.
'No study proves that' is the lie that our governments and the industry decided to say, on and on again.
A bit like:
- 'We are the country of freedom' -lie that we hear about in the States,
- or 'Egalite-Liberte-Fraternite' in France (or that they are the love-experts)
- or the lies that Scandinavian countries tell to themselves (we're number 1 or 2 in EVERYTHING so we are happy, except for Finnland that still has more contact with the down-to-earth reality)
- or 'we're the country of the future' in Brazil,
- or 'our hearts are very kind and we love nature and animals' in Japan
Every country I go, or live, I find lies that EVERYBODY believes, just because they have been told MANY TIMES, from our ancestors to newer generations.
Repeat a lie millions of times, it becomes the truth - few will doubt because everyone else believes it.
We're not living in a true democracy, in a free society where we choose what is good for us for our children, in a society that does not perform mass experiments on the population without its consent, and that we are living much better lives than our ancestors because we can eat chips, sweets, and watch TV and the internet while they couldn't.
We can repeat that to ourselves to remain tamed and happy, but this is really far from the truth.
The EMF issue is just one issue: it's harmeless, no study against that.
Like GMOs, nanotechnology, pesticides, vaccines, drugs, industrial food etc etc.
The new trend now: electrical cars, they WILL save the planet!!!