Electromagnetic hypersensitivity: why is it on the increase?

Ever since the mid-1970s, I’ve been investigating, researching, studying, tracking and writing about human health anomalies, which I—as well as other healthcare professionals and data researchers—have come to regard as adverse effects resulting from what most people would consider as “progress,” “technology,” “medicine,” “pharmaceuticals—specifically vaccines,” chemicals—including pesticides, herbicides[1], fertilizers, etc., GMOs[2]—‘phood’ and nanoparticles, CFL lightbulbs[3], weather geoengineering’s “chemtrails,[4]” and the more-recently scientifically-acknowledged, but still denied, “kid on the block” of human health “triggers”[5] (Something that either sets off a disease in people who are genetically predisposed to developing the disease, or that causes a certain symptom to occur in a person who has a disease. For example, sunlight can trigger rashes in people with lupus.) Electromagnetic waves, which include electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs), microwaves (MWs) and radiofrequencies (RFs).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.