Betreff: WHO CALLS FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH EM WAVES
Von: JCMPelican @aol.com
Datum: Sun, 17 Jun 2007 17:31:54 EDT
RE: WHO CALLS FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH EM WAVES -
A critical review of intentions by Joanne C. Mueller - 6-17-07
We need announcements that specifically address "bedroom appliances" and not the the misrepresentations and confusion created by focusing on EMF's emitted by hair dryers, electric shavers, vacuum cleaners and microwave ovens!!!"
While chronic, prolonged exposures to all of the above-mentioned items are reasons for concern at some level, they are not, however, likely to be causally linked to childhood Leukemia and are most likely not responsible for the alarming increases in many health problems. Such exposures may, however, be "confounders" and may also exacerbate symptoms of electrosensitivity due to other chronic, prolonged exposures. Scientific studies regarding the importance of sustaining, maintaining and increasing melatonin levels strongly correlate with chronic, prolonged, exposures and, in particular, "nighttime exposures."
I have grave concerns re "stemming the tide" regarding rapid increases in cases of autism, early onset Alzheimers (EOAD) and other neurodegenerative disorders IF the World Health Organization (WHO) doesn't immediate provide some sort of "responsible, preliminary, precautionary information" to the effect that persons must move items such as electric clocks, small fans, touchlamps, lamps with dimmer switches, noise machines, monitors, TV sets, computer power strips, aquariums -- due to heaters as well as pumps, transformer boxes for cordless phones, electronic games and other equipment, security alarms, cell phone chargers, etc. away from close proximity to beds. Any item with a motor or transformer should not be close to one's bed.
The world needs to know that no one's bed should be placed up against a wall containing an electric or gas meter and that wires in walls close to beds may be emitting strong magnetic fields and electrical currents. Similar problems occur in regard to waterpipes that run over or under beds. Even clocks in microwave ovens or stoves are potential problems in addition to refrigerators -- items that are "on" all night long and may be up against a wall adjacent to one's bed.
Use of heated mattress pads should be discouraged as well as longterm usage of heating pads and electric blankets. In addition to EMF/EMR concerns, I have recently come across information indicating that night-long exposure to heat itself may not be a good thing. At this time, I am in the process of compiling related materials.
There is also an urgent need to Inform.regarding the need to install protective cords as well as longer cords to provide distance between transformer boxes for apnea machines and other medical equipment
The news that WHO is calling for measures is welcome and important but can the people afford to wait until early next year to learn that things by their "cozy beds" may be causing irreversible damage and even death? We must "protect the innocent NOW......!!!! Joanne
Joanne C. Mueller
Guinea Pigs R Us
731 - 123rd Avenue N.W.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55448-2127 USA
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (6-17-07)
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WHO CALLS FOR MEASURES TO DEAL WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
June 17, 2007).... Kyodo News on the Web.... (received from Robert Riedlinger and Hans Karow)