This is the second of three excerpts from an essay written by Olle Johansson, PhD., titled, “TO UNDERSTAND ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS……IS “ROCKET SCIENCE” NEEDED OR JUST COMMON SENSE?

“…I wish I could say that there soon will be an end to this full-scale, 24/7 human, animal, plant, and bacteria experiment, the largest ever on this Planet, which every organism definitely has not been informed of or given any consent to, completely in contraposition to the Nuremberg Code of Ethics of 1947. But I can not, not even with the alarming results of the recent American National Toxicology Program (NTP) cancer study that has shown that rats exposed to mobile telephony for two years have an increased incidence of aggressive brain tumours (gliomas) and malignant heart tumours, (schwannomas), (Wyde et al 2016, manuscript: Report of Partial Findings from the National Toxicology Program Carcinogenesis Studies of Cell Phone Radio frequency Radiation in Hsd: Sprague Dawley® SD rats (Whole Body Exposures). https://buff.ly/2siSzZp

Oddly enough, the media in Scandinavia and in many other countries have barely covered this study. Is some form of ongoing, Planet-wide white- or green-washing happening? This NTP project has been underway for more than a decade and, with a $25 million price tag, is the most expensive ever undertaken by the NTP. It involved more than 2,500 rodents exposed for nine hours every day for two years to the same type of radiation and frequencies found in cell phones.

In addition to these cancer-incidence data, the American National Toxicology Program has recently revealed that the same radio frequency/microwave radiation that led male rats to develop brain tumours also caused DNA breaks in their brains (http:// https://buff.ly/2siyJgI).

These findings are part of the same $25 million NTP project. The NTP results provide “strong evidence for the genotoxicity of cell phone radiation,” professor Ron Melnick, who initiated the study, told Microwave News. This “should put to rest the old argument that RF radiation cannot cause DNA damage,” he said. (see https://buff.ly/2LZyBvG)”

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