1st October 2017 Henfield
“Thank you for all the time and effort you have put in to organising the event in Henfield yesterday. We all found it very interesting and worthwhile, and will persevere in trying to spread the word. As you say, it is always good to exchange views and hear about other people’s experiences as well. We’ll keep in touch, and I will remind my brother about the event in Stroud on Sunday in case he is now free to go”.
With kind regards,
8th October 2017 Stroud
A crowd of over 50 people attended a talk on the hidden health dangers arising from smart meters and other mobile appliances at the Open House in Stroud on Sunday 8th October.
Attendees were informed about the possible long-term effects of holding a mobile phone against the body, together with other ways of minimizing exposure to this silent and invisible microwave energy.
Heading the talks was Alan Cooke of UK Radiation along with Debra Fry whose 15-year-old daughter Jenny committed suicide after becoming sick following the installation of wireless technology at her school and Debra is currently campaigning for the removal of wireless from all schools.
Alan has his own health care company and has spent many years researching the effects of cordless telephones, wireless wi-fi and smart meters have upon the cells in the body. He has also attended many conferences and lectures by leading scientists, professors and top doctors who all recommend a precautionary approach especially amongst children when it comes to the length of time spent talking on a cell phone.
During the 3-hour lectures Debra explained how she noticed a change in her daughter’s persona when exposed to a wireless router even over a small period of time. As soon as she was away from the technology her symptoms quickly disappeared.
Alan explained how the cells in our bodies are very adept at repairing naturally. However, if they are continually bombarded with outside interference at a level way above our normal operating frequencies they eventually break down, which invariably leads to disease.
Unfortunately the safety guidelines in this country are the highest in the world, have not been updated since 1998 and refer to thermal effects on the body only. The real dangers are the RF waves penetrating through skin and tissue producing biological effects on the body.
Commenting afterwards Alan said “This was a very successful event and many people were completely unaware of the hidden dangers within their own homes. What parents need to realise is that young children have much thinner skulls than adults, their bodies are not completely developed until the age of 22, and placing a mobile phone to their head for any length of time could well cause them serious health issues in later life.”
“The audience here in general were quite well informed, compared to most people that I address, and whilst I have no problem with this technology being used, there is a general complete lack of awareness of what constitutes safe usage.”
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Thank you for your talk on Tuesday. We all found it very enlightening as I am sure you realised on the day.
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Thank you for your talk on Tuesday evening, you certainly made our group think about your subject, especially the installation of Smart meters into our homes, I feel we won’t be so keen to be rushed into it.
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