Fluorescent bulbs and (LED) create malignant melanoma

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Almost a decade ago, I invited David Stetzer, the world authority on how to determine and then remediate electrical pollution to come to my home on Whidbey Island and help my daughter Anastasia electriclear her high school and to also give some workshops for my patients who wanted to understand electrical pollution. The school board acted like Luddites (except the brilliant Steve Scoles!) and rejected my offer to correct the documented electrical pollution by my funding all the Stetzer filters because they called the local power company and asked them if electricity was safe. Guess what the power company replied. Since then, other schools have invested in electriclearing and thereby creating a safe space for children. We know that WIFI is unsafe  and some schools have appropriately banned WIFI.

Today David wrote me about his recent publication revealing that fluorescent light bulbs and LEDs can cause cancer…

“… This is another paper we just published in a peer-reviewed journal.  It basically re-affirms what we have been saying for the last 20 years, that low level-high frequency transients affect human and animal health. David…”

 

The electronics in fluorescent bulbs and light emitting diodes (LED), rather than ultraviolet radiation, cause increased malignant melanoma incidence in indoor office workers and tanning bed users

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2018.04.013

SOURCE  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987718301166

Abstract

The epidemiology of cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM) has a number of facets that do not fit with sunlight and ultraviolet light as the primary etiologic agents. Indoor workers have higher incidence and mortality rates of CMM than outdoor workers; CMM occurs in body locations never exposed to sunlight; CMM incidence is increasing in spite of use of UV blocking agents and small changes in solar radiation.

Installation of two new fluorescent lights in the milking parlor holding area of a Minnesota dairy farm in 2015 caused an immediate drop in milk production. This lead to measurement of body amperage in humans exposed to modern non-incandescent lighting. People exposed to old and new fluorescent lights, light emitting diodes (LED) and compact fluorescent lights (CFL) had body amperage levels above those considered carcinogenic. We hypothesize that modern electric lighting is a significant health hazard, a carcinogen, and is causing increasing CMM incidence in indoor office workers and tanning bed users. These lights generate dirty electricity (high frequency voltage transients), radio frequency (RF) radiation, and increase body amperage, all of which have been shown to be carcinogenic. This could explain the failure of ultraviolet blockers to stem the malignant melanoma pandemic. Tanning beds and non-incandescent lighting could be made safe by incorporating a grounded Faraday cage which allows passage of ultraviolet and visible light frequencies and blocks other frequencies. Modern electric lighting should be fabricated to be electrically clean.

 

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