Brain cancer: culling the population using cell phones

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  The cell phone is the perfect smart bomb.  It is harmless to infrastructure while efficiently killing people (thinning out the population as urged by the Georgia Guidestones which declares the world population – currently at 7.21 billion (as of Jan 1st  2015)  and 7.5 billion as of today) should be lowered and maintained to “under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature”. That goal requires that ~15 out of 16 people alive today have to die). By 2009, 67% of humans were putting this smart bomb up to their brain for many hours a day, and by 2013 over 90% of Americans were using cell phone  (40% of homes were exclusively cell phone, no land lines). But how convenient that the less developed countries (with the poorest people and the greatest untapped natural resources), had and continue to have the highest use of these sexy, desirable, and addictive accessories called cell phones.

If you still can’t hear me now, allow me to remind you NOT to put it up to your head.  Use the speaker phone function. Remind yourself that you have already agreed that you will never touch your phone when it is turned on…. (yes you read that correctly!) The personal injury attorneys for cell phone companies have made it a condition of activating your phone when you first buy it that you will never have it on and closer than 5/8th of an inch to your body.

The commentators at The Georgia Guidestones (funded anonymously but located on state land so maintained by tax payers) muse about the method for killing 15 out of every 16 living people on earth:

… “Yet, even with these theories in mind, we are still no closer in conceiving how the population will be so drastically reduced in size in order for this ”˜new world order’ to exist. The topic, however, has no shortage of stabs in the dark made every day with regard to any number of natural disaster theories, biological contaminates, etc.”...

Hmm…Can you hear me now?


Long-term cell phone use increases brain tumor risk

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, February 22, 2017

During the second week of February, two meta-analyses that examined the research on the risk of cell phone use and brain tumor risk were published in peer-reviewed journals. Both papers reported a statistically significant relationship between cell phone use of ten or more years and increased brain tumor risk.

The authors of the first paper conclude that, “These results are in concordance with the conclusion of the expert panel for the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), that cell phones are possibly carcinogenic (Group 2B).” The authors of the second paper call for the adoption of precautionary measures to reduce the adverse effects of cell phone use.

The first paper was published in the International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health, and the second paper was published in the medical journal, Neurological Sciences.

For more information:

Researchers: Long-term cell phone use may increase your risk for a brain tumor

Bob Segall, WTHR (NBC affiliate in Indianapolis, IN), Feb 21, 2017  [story and video (1:31)]

“I think this review paper provides pretty compelling evidence that cell phone use is a risk factor for increased brain tumors. The evidence has gotten much stronger over the past several years,” said Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at the University of California Berkeley. “From a scientific standpoint, it’s important to look at review studies because they give you a much better picture than a single study. Individual studies have their own weaknesses. All studies have their limitations. So looking at a number of studies from different countries using varying methodology is significant. This is compelling.”

Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety


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