What is electromagnetic radiation (EMR)?
Electromagnetic Spectrum: An Overview
Electromagneticism is a fundamental force that works to knit the universe together. It "holds electrons and protons together inside atoms, which are the building blocks of molecules."
EMR is energy that travels in waves through space. It includes visible light, radio waves, gamma rays, and X-rays, in which electric and magnetic fields vary simultaneously.
EMR is plotted out on a continuum known as the Electromagnetic Spectrum, which is arranged according to frequency and wavelength.
As you can see in the diagram (right), only a portion of the Electromagnetic Spectrum can be seen as visible light. Energy with shorter wavelengths (such as x-rays and GammaRays) or those with longer wavelengths (such as radio and microwaves) cannot be seen by the human eye.
To get a good overview of how God's universe is held together by electromagnetic energy, watch Resonance: Beings of Frequency.
It is hypothesized that life is healthiest at a 7.83 Hz frequency coined the Schumann Resonance.
This Radiation Dose Chart pertains to ionizing radiation from sources such as Gamma Rays and X-Rays (short wavelength energy).
It is common knowledge that ionizing radiation is dangerous as it vibrates so much that it knocks the electrons off atoms.
This chart shows how many sieverts (a derived unit of ionizing radiation dose in the International System of Units) your body absorbs in various scenarios (i.e. airplane flights, sitting next to a nuclear power plant, etc.).
Also absorbed by the body, non-ionizing radiation also causes electrons to vibrate, but they are not knocked off molecules.
The debate comes down to whether or not these vibrations at a molecular and cellular level can cause health damage. (And there are thousands of studies to say they do.)
WiFi hits the body with pulses like a constant machine gun.
Smart Meters slam the cells with short and strong micro-bursts of energy at millisecond intervals during the day (up to 10,000 pulses per day every day).
Cell phones, antennas, baby monitors, WiFi, Smart Meters all operate in the microwave range (300 MHz to 300 GHz) of the spectrum.
Note: A microwave oven produces energy at a frequency of 2.45 GHz and 750 watts of power causing electrons to vibrate and thus heat your food. WiFi also operates at the same frequency of 2.45 GHz, but with less than one watt of power.
Non-Ionizing Radiation: EMF and RF
Electromagnetic Frequency (EMF)
In general, things that we use which are wired (plugged in) produce electric and magnetic fields. Items such as:
The radiation emitted from electric fields is measured in volts per meter (V/m) using a voltage meter.
The radiation emitted from magnetic fields is measured in gauss (G) using a Gauss meter.
Electric fields are easily shielded, but magnetic fields are not.
Radiation is near the source, but fades rapidly with distance.
US has NO LEGAL RESTRICTIONS on how much EMF/ELF radiation one can be exposed.
In general, wireless (no plug) devices works using radio frequencies:
The radiation emitted is measured by using a HF/EMR meters such as the HF35C (seen in many Youtube videos as a white handheld base with a green antenna) and the Acoustimeter.
RF fields are difficult to shield as they are designed to permeate walls (and bodies) and are reflected off surfaces.
Radiation is near the source and can travel great distances depending on the power density.
FCC has inadequately high RF radiation exposure limits. FCC RF exposure standards were created in 1996 when we were still carrying bricks as phones. They were based on one 30-minute exposure to 1,000 uw/cm2 of radiofrequency (RF) microwave radiation on an average-sized military man. The FCC says this is the limit where the man's tissue starts to heat up. The FCC uses this broad safety standard for ALL wireless devices, for ANY type of person and for ANY length of time.
Smart Meter RF Microwave Radiation Demonstrated
Radiofrequency, or RF, is microwave radiation. The video demonstrates through audible sound and a power density readout the amount of RF energy emitted from a bank of 6 smart meters.
RF energy is designed to penetrate through brick walls to carry signal information. Unfortunately, it also goes through the walls of this townhouse straight into the living room where children play.
Are we positive that this family's health is not by this level of radiation?
iPad and WiFi RF Microwave Radiation Demonstrated
The Precautionary Principle applies when there is uncertainty regarding potentially harmful products that may have adverse health effects for our children (as we do with other Class 2b Possible Carcinogens like lead, DDT, chloroform and wireless radiation.
According to experts including the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, the World Health Organization and Dr. Martin Blank along with many other health professionals who are speaking out against wireless radiation poisoning.
Shielding A Smart Meter
Homeowner (and Veterinarian) takes extreme measures to regain his health after high-pulsing Smart Meter makes his family ill.
He shielded the meter with lead, sheet metal, and aluminum screening.
Bursts of over 50,000 uw/m2 of microwave radiation was causing muscle spasms, thyroid problems, heart problems, lymphoma, etc. that started just after the meter was installed.