How Cell Phone Radiation Affects Your Body (pictures)

These thermographic scans show the inflammation and degeneration caused by cell phone radiation. Notice the white areas from the ear down the throat to the lungs indicating degeneration and the red areas indicating inflammation—all caused by cellular radiation. And notice the much smaller amount of white on the left side of the head and neck—the side less used by this individual when he speaks on his cell phone.

This is why I choose to live without a cell phone, cordless phone, microwave oven, WiFi connection, wireless mouse/keyboard, and wireless smart meter.

The consequences of these RF-emitting technologies (in the 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz range) are real, folks. I choose life and health.

About Kim Goldberg

Kim Goldberg is an award-winning poet and journalist and the author of 7 books. Latest titles: UNDETECTABLE (her Hep C journey in haibun), RED ZONE (poems of homelessness) and RIDE BACKWARDS ON DRAGON: a poet's journey through Liuhebafa. She lives in Nanaimo, BC. Contact: goldberg@ncf.ca
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4 Responses to How Cell Phone Radiation Affects Your Body (pictures)

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  2. Abbey G says:

    Source?

  3. steve says:

    Hahaha, “this is why I choose to live” with tinfoil on my head and sleep in the bathtub. I agree; perhaps a source would be helpful and if an award winning journalist feels they can post an irresponsible article like this in the public, they should be prepared for ridicule. The thermographic scans don’t show anything aside from different temperatures and the only inflammation evident here is the inflammatory piece of “writing”.

    • Kim Goldberg says:

      “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”
      -Arthur Schopenhauer (German philosopher (1788-1860)

      Don’t worry, Steve. You’ll get to Stage 3 eventually. It’s just taking you a little longer than the rest of us.

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