Increase in neurological illness linked to wireless technology?

Posted: August 20, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Every country’s neurological deaths rose relative to the controls, especially in the USA, which is a cause for concern and suggests possible environmental influences. The Gompertzian explanation appears limited, not least because it does not explain the USA position, but we avoid the temptation to speculate but point toward a number of studies indicating possible epigenetic factors influencing neurological morbidity suggesting that possible nongenetic influences on gene expression, may be entertained.

The nature of any environmental factors are uncertain but there have been major environmental changes; including increased population, economic activity, substantial rises in road and air travel; increased home technology involving background electromagnetic fields (mobile phones, microwave ovens, computers), which are unique to these later years and these possible environmental factors cannot be ignored, especially as they probably interact. This list of possible features might be described as “modern living” and the USA is the epitome of “modern living.”

Colin Pritchard, Emily Rosenorn-Lanng http://surgicalneurologyint.com/surgicalint_articles/neurological-deaths-of-american-adults-55-74-and-the-over-75s-by-sex-compared-with-20-western-countries-1989-2010-cause-for-concern/

As noted above everyone has ideas and alleged suspects supposedly responsible for these disturbing statistics in neurological deaths in the U.S and Western countries. In noting the comments under this article I observe that Dr. S. Prokop and Professor Calderon-Garciduenas suspect air pollution as the culprit, and supporting data is provided to that effect. Dr. Priyanka Bandara attributes the problem to man-made ionization radiation, both low-frequency and high frequency electromagnetic fields, and also cites circumstantial evidence and valuable data. Drs. Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff in a study also published in SNI are blaming and (already are very prematurely) calling for the banning of the herbicide glyphosate! They not only believe their culprit is responsible for degenerative neurological diseases but for every conceivable disease process, from anxiety disorders and autism to environmental catastrophes. –Miguel A. Faria, M.D.

 

 

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