'EMF, or electromagnetic fields seem to be on everyone’s minds lately, and for good reason. A growing body of evidence concludes that EMF will wreak havoc on the surrounding environment, and the people in it. EMF goes by many names, including electromagnetic radiation (EMR), radiofrequency (RF) and even “cellphone radiation.”
Concerns about the hazardous health effects of EMR are on the rise, in large part due to the launch of 5G — the next generation of internet, which will essentially blanket most of our society in EMR. Proponents of this new technology are singing its praises and are turning a blind eye to the very real threat that EMR poses. Even the federal agencies purportedly tasked with protecting public health have been incredibly limp-wristed in their approach to EMR and its potential to unleash a wave of health crises.
Indeed, there are several things to know about EMR before buying into the hype being peddled by the mainstream media.
What they aren’t saying about EMR
Writing for Green Med Info, Nicolas Pineault explains that there are several things that everyone ought to know about EMR that are being overlooked.
First and foremost, Pineault says, is the fact that our current EMF standards are based on heating effects, rather than biological effects. In other words, the EMF safety standards from 1996 are based on the false premise that the only way in which EMF can cause harm is through the production of heat.
Pineault reports that publicly-available research published by the NASA, the U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute (NMRI) and U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) show that EMFs can and do cause damage through non-thermal mechanisms. All three of these studies were conducted in the 1970s, and there have been plenty more since.'
Read more: Important facts that you need to know about EMF and electro-sensitivity