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Cress seeds do not germinate near University Cell-Towers
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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Fri Dec 25th, 2015 09:09

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I am placing this paper into a separate topic because I think it is very important. The research is done well, and confirmation of a similar (but less professional) experiment done by a group of Danish High School students.

The authors (which include Olle Johansson) placed some cress seed in a lab at the University and showed that the seed in the lab, under a Microwave field of -32dBm (the same field many of you are living in) did not germinate. Fortunately, once removed from the cellular radiation, the seed did start to behave properly again.

The "Acknowledgements" list a variety of UK and Irish private sources for their funding, not a government grant.

The PDF is currently available from here: https://goo.gl/q1RqP7



 
Here is what Olle said about the study:
"Our paper fits very well with e.g. Kumar A, Singh HP, Batish DR, Kaur S, Kohli RK, "EMF radiations (1800 MHz)-inhibited early seedling growth of maize (Zea mays) involves alterations in starch and sucrose metabolism", Protoplasma 2015; Aug 16. [Epub ahead of print], and Grémiaux A, Girard S, Guérin V, Lothier J, Baluška F, Davies E, Bonnet P, Vian A, "Low-amplitude, high-frequency electromagnetic field exposure causes delayed and reduced growth in Rosa hybrida", J Plant Physiol 2015; 190: 44-53. doi: 10.1016/j.jplph.2015.11.004. [Epub ahead of print]. And also, of course, with the classic: Roux D, Vian A, Girard S, Bonnet P, Paladian F, Davies E, G Ledoigt, "High frequency (900 MHz) low amplitude (5 V/m) electromagnetic field: a genuine environmental stimulus that affects transcription, translation, calcium and energy charge in tomato", Planta 2008; 227: 883-891.

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 Posted: Sat Dec 26th, 2015 08:34

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Interesting study for sure :).

Though, despite there are about 15 (at least) wifi sources around 24/7, when I seed water cress, or other seeds, most of it sprouts well. I have never measured any fieldstrength, as I don't have the ability to.



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 Posted: Mon Dec 28th, 2015 07:47

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Jory,
First, WiFi is a totally different type of radiation from cell-phone 2G, 3G and 4G signals. Second, without measuring the levels of each of these electrosmog components it is very difficult to generalize about any electrosmog environment :)
 

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 Posted: Tue Dec 29th, 2015 14:43

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Alright, okay. All the different frequencies, different strenghts and different sources of electromagnetic fields, really make me feel like a fish out of the water; not to mention all the contradictive information around. Thanks anyway, hope someday I get my mind around this too.



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Try and get your hands on a Cornet meter, Jory. that will be a huge help in figuring out what is happening. I do agree that the -32dBm value given in the paper sounds a little low for the antennas I see pictured. Just about everybody is out of their depth when dealing with Microwaves :)
 

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 Posted: Thu Dec 29th, 2016 20:01

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2013 video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOwYH888U0c

7.83 Hz Schumann resonance discussion with birds and the bees (18:47minutes) at first, then other studies as well as people reporting sensitivity to EMF.

It's long but if you can ignore the same looping anxiety sound track music and repeat scenes, there are some references to research that may be of interest.

Start it at about 40 minutes, then watch the first later.

Summary: EMF turns off melatonin and disturbs chryptochrome light and magnetic cell function. Most of the cancers that will arrive have not arrived yet.
Other carcinogens take about 10 years.


Probably most interesting study mentioned:

Dr Lennart Hardell
Professor in oncology and epidemiology
Research published in Elsevier Pathophysiology 2009
Lennart Hardell, Michael Carlberg, Kjell Hansson Mild

From early 1990's et al investigated phone habits of more than 2,000 people from around the world. Epidemiological evidence for an association between use of wireless phones and tumor diseases. They studied people with Astrocytoma brain tumors and Acustic neuroma tumors. (Brain tumors associated most with mobile phone use due to proximity to the ear.)

"In summary our review yielded a consistent pattern of an increased risk for acoustic neuroma and glioma after >10 years mobile phone latency..."

"Our studies showed also an association with use of cordless phones, an issue that has not been studied at all in most investigations or only rudimentary in two studies."

"We concluded that current standard for exposure to microwaves during mobile phone use is not safe for long term exposure and needs to be revised."

"The initial studies on brain tumor risk had too short latency periods to give a meaningful interpretation. However, during recent years studies have been published that enable evaluation of >10 years latency period risk, although still mostly based on low numbers... a >10-years latency period seems to be a reasonable minimum period to indicate long-term carcinogenic risks from exposure to RF fields during use of mobile or cordless phones."

Last edited on Sat Dec 31st, 2016 03:36 by jrfoutin



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Dear Janet,

have just watched the film....worrying.

Thank you for sharing.

Titta



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