GSM et réseaux sans fil sont opposite pour la vie

Balmori, A. (2009). Electromagnetic pollution from phone masts. Effects on wildlife. Pathopsychology.

« In monitoring a white stork (Ciconia ciconia) population in Valladolid (Spain) in vicinity of Cellular Phone Base Stations, the total productivity in nests located within 200 m of antennae, was 0.86 ± 0.16. For those located further than 300 m, the result was practically doubled, with an average of 1.6 ± 0.14. Very significant differences among total productivity were found (U = 240; P = 0.001, Mann–Whitney test). Twelve nests (40%) located within 200 m of antennae never had chicks, while only one (3.3%) located further than 300 m had no chicks. The electric field intensity was higher on nests within 200 m (2.36 ± 0.82 V/m) than nests further than 300 m (0.53 ± 0.82 V/m). In nesting sites located within 100 m of

one or several cellsite antennae with the main beam of radiation impacting directly (Electric field intensity >2 V/m) many young died from unknown causes. Couples frequently fought

over nest construction sticks and failed to advance the construction of the nests. Some nests were never completed and the storks remained passively in front of cellsite antennae. These results indicate the possibility that microwaves are interfering with the reproduction of white stork. »[DOWNLOAD PDF of the sci.paper]

The same was observed for plants:

Haggerty, K. (2010). Adverse Influence of Radio Frequency Background on Trembling Aspen Seedlings: Preliminary Observations. International Journal of Forestry Research.

[DOWNLOAD PDF of the sci.paper]

So, is HUMAN so different from plants and animals, so SUPERIOR to them, that these harmful effects do not touch us? I doubt…


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