• Robert O Young DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner

Is the Human BioField Negatively Effected by Radio & Microwaves?

Updated: Dec 26, 2021

Evidence for a connection between coronavirus disease-19 and exposure to radio frequency radiation from wireless communications including 5G!

Abstract Background and Aim:

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) public health policy has focused on the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus and its effects on human health while environmental factors have been largely ignored. In considering the epidemiological triad (agent-host-environment) applicable to all disease, we investigated a possible environmental factor in the COVID-19 pandemic: ambient radiofrequency radiation from wireless communication systems including microwaves and millimeter waves. SARS-CoV-2, the virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic, surfaced in Wuhan, China shortly after the implementation of city-wide (fifth generation [5G] of wireless communications radiation [WCR]), and rapidly spread globally, initially demonstrating a statistical correlation to international communities with recently established 5G networks. In this study, we examined the peer-reviewed scientific literature on the detrimental bioeffects of WCR and identified several mechanisms by which WCR may have contributed to the COVID-19 pandemic as a toxic environmental cofactor. By crossing boundaries between the disciplines of biophysics and pathophysiology, we present evidence that WCR may: (1) cause morphologic changes in erythrocytes including echinocyte and rouleaux formation that can contribute to hypercoagulation; (2) impair microcirculation and reduce erythrocyte and hemoglobin levels exacerbating hypoxia; (3) amplify immune system dysfunction, including immunosuppression, autoimmunity, and hyperinflammation; (4) increase cellular oxidative stress and the production of free radicals resulting in vascular injury and organ damage; (5) increase intracellular Ca2+ essential for viral entry, replication, and release, in addition to promoting pro-inflammatory pathways; and (6) worsen heart arrhythmias and cardiac disorders.



Click on the link below to read the entire scientific article on the effects of EMF on the human biofield as a major contributing causative factor of symptomologies from ANY and ALL so-called viruses or their so-called variants which have never been isolated and purified to prove their existence!


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8580522/#B139


The Effects of EMF Radiation on the Human Blood Cells Researched by Dr. Robert O. Young - 1998



https://youtu.be/9U3qjlYJHdI


https://www.bitchute.com/video/aGSttY8XQdP1/


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