Dr. Weeks’ Comment: Can you FINALLY hear me now? Or can you hear me now? Cell phones are the perfect “smart bomb” for thinning out the herd – population control since after 10 years of putting the phone to your head, brain cancer in an increasingly frequent consequence. The science damning reckless cell phone use or toxic WIFI exposure as well as other electrical pollution is stronger and stronger as more research than that created by industry become available for analysis. Scan below and take responsible care of yourself since, as Swankin & Turner in Washington, D.C., have shown, the FCC is more focused on industry collaboration than protecting the citizens of America.
“…In September 2016, an inquiry letter was sent to the FCC from Swankin & Turner in Washington, D.C. on behalf of the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy (NISLAPP) and the Environmental Health Trust (EHT), suggests as many as 75% of cell phones on the market today may possibly exceed the FCC’s exposure limit of 1.6 W/kg peak spatial Specific Absorption Rate (psSAR), due to a +/-30% margin of error (or uncertainty factor) in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) methodology for assessing psSAR (on which the FCC’s exposure limits are substantially based). Any phone with a psSAR of greater than 1.231 W/kg with the 30% uncertainty factor could theoretically exceed the 1.6 W/kg FCC limit…”
OTHER COUNTRY AGENCIES PROTECT THEIR CITIZENS
In France, beginning April 2018 some brands of cell phones have been withdrawn from the market for testing at higher than the government SAR radiation limits on cell phones when they were tested right next to the body (i.e. 0 mm of separation distance). Millions of phones will need to be withdrawn In Europe, the limit is 2.0 W/kg. In the US and Canada, it is 1.6W/kg. Some phones exceeded 7W/kg by European test methods (averaging over 10g tissue) and 14 W/kg by US test methods (averaging over 1 g tissue).To read more, and to see the actual SAR test results of some phones, https://www.phonegatealert.org/2018/07/30/press-release-anfr-endangers-the-health-of-millions-of-mobile-phone-users/
This means that when phones are held in the hand, or carried next to your body, or held touching your head, that the body part in contact with the phone is exposed to the higher SAR test results indicated above. (Does your hand tingle or hurt when you hold your cell phone? Does your ear get hot when you hold the cell phone to your head?)
In Canada, the first withdrawal of phones for the same began in July 2018. https://www.phonegatealert.org/2018/07/31/derniere-minute-international-premier-retrait-dun-telephone-portable-au-canada/
In the US, nothing has happened yet, but it should.
In September 2016, an inquiry letter was sent to the FCC from Swankin & Turner in Washington, D.C. on behalf of the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy (NISLAPP) and the Environmental Health Trust (EHT), suggests as many as 75% of cell phones on the market today may possibly exceed the FCC’s exposure limit of 1.6 W/kg peak spatial Specific Absorption Rate (psSAR), due to a +/-30% margin of error (or uncertainty factor) in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) methodology for assessing psSAR (on which the FCC’s exposure limits are substantially based). Any phone with a psSAR of greater than 1.231 W/kg with the 30% uncertainty factor could theoretically exceed the 1.6 W/kg FCC limit.
Neither the FCC nor the FDA has responded to this issue.
What is SAR?
- SAR is the specific absorption rate which quantifies how much wireless radiation is absorbed by the body from a cell phone/wireless device. Every cell phone/wireless device has a SAR rating. For more info http://ehtrust.org/z-pages-to-remove/specific-absorption-rate-sar/
- In the US, all cell phones/personal wireless devices sold cannot exceed a SAR of 1.6W/kg per the FCC
- FCC limit: Any part of the body can be exposed to a SAR of 1.6W/kg averaged over a 1 g sample of tissue for 30 minutes (this would include the head) (established in 1996) at a specified distance to your body. see p. 75 https://transition.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Engineering_Technology/Documents/bulletins/oet65/oet65.pdf )
- FCC limit: Ears, hands, feet, wrists, and ankles can be exposed to 4W/kg averaged over 10g. (In 2013, ears were reclassified as appendages. https://stopsmartmetersirvine.com/2013/06/06/the-better-to-cook-you-my-dear-the-fcc-mobile-phone-industry-ally-reclassifies-body-part/ Prior to that, exposure limit for ears was at 1.6W/kg, but when phones are held to the ears, the 1.6W/kg was exceeded. So the limit for ears was raised because the 1.6W/kg exposure limit could not be met for ears.
- SAR rating for a device is based on the cell phone/wireless device being tested at a certain distance from the body. You can see what those distances are for each device here http://showthefineprint.org/see-the-fine-print (this website is maintained by EHT) The level of radiation your body absorbs depends on the distance of the device to your body – the closer a device is, the higher the level of radiation your body absorbs. So if the device is closer than the tested distance, then your body is likely absorbing more than the SAR rating for that device.
- For example, the iphone 6 plus is rated at 1.59 W/kg when all antennas are on https://www.sarchecker.com/apple-iphone-6-sar-rating-level-edges-extremely-close-to-legal-limits/, but this rating is based on a distance of 5mm from the body, http://showthefineprint.org/see-the-fine-print. So, if you are holding the iphone in your hand or pressing it to your head (this is all less than 5mm from the body), your hand or head are exposed to higher than 1.59W/kg
- Per the manufacturer’s instructions, an ipad is supposed to be held in a way where the antenna is away from the body (do you know where the antenna is so that you can hold it pointed away from the body?) http://showthefineprint.org/see-the-fine-print Holding it on your lap where it is in contact with your body would exceed FCC limits.
France has banned smartphones in schools for students under age 15 during all hours of the day
at 8:03 , Megyn Kelly covers France banning smartphones in school.
An Associated Press investigation found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you’ve used privacy settings that say they will prevent it from doing so.
Computer-science researchers at Princeton confirmed these findings at the AP’s request.
… the company will let you “pause” a setting called Location History.
Google says that will prevent the company from remembering where you’ve been. Google’s support page on the subject states: “You can turn off Location History at any time. With Location History off, the places you go are no longer stored.”
That isn’t true. Even with Location History paused, some Google apps automatically store time-stamped location data without asking.
For example, Google stores a snapshot of where you are when you merely open its Maps app. Automatic daily weather updates on Android phones pinpoint roughly where you are. And some searches that have nothing to do with location, like “chocolate chip cookies,” or “kids science kits,” pinpoint your precise latitude and longitude — accurate to the square foot — and save it to your Google account.