Years ago, I actually found Lew Rockwell’s site by searching (before Google exercised control over search results; now I use DuckDuckGo and Startpage) and finding a Bill Sardi health article, which led me to the other informative and life changing content I’ve read over the years on Lew’s site. Yet I’ve continued to follow Bill Sardi writing on (alternative) health related topics and also Dr. Mercola, whose articles Lew frequently features.
But after suffering adverse health symptoms when I switched to a higher speed Internet service that included Wi-Fi, I did further research and found even if the powers that be are saying there are no consequences to having Wi-Fi (e.g. as per this report by WHO), and the fact that my experience from a scientific and medical perspective by the so-called “experts” would be considered anecdotal and unsubstantiated by “science,” I nevertheless think that Dr. Mercola’s frequent warnings about electromagnetic radiation in its various forms, including Wi-Fi, that are posted on his site should be considered.
And I have found there is in fact a way to “cut” the Wi-Fi and connect the cord, which does not result in any inconvenience and in fact superior speed and connectivity to the Internet, even if health issues weren’t a factor. After the Wi-Fi router was installed and I found myself sitting closer to it than the recommended minimum six feet distance, I found I was suffering from headaches, dizziness, vision problems, and frequent sinus infections in addition to disturbed and difficult sleep at night, including dreadful nightmares although I shut the router off at night. And there are explanations for these symptoms.
Like the universe itself, life has an electrical component. In this article from Mercola, Dr. Martin Blank, an Associate Professor at Columbia University in the department of physiology and cellular biophysics, and a researcher in bioelectromagnetics, noted:
Your DNA Acts as a Fractal Antenna
Dr. Blank compares your DNA to what electrical engineers refer to as a ‘fractal antenna.’ A fractal antenna is an antenna that can pick up a range of frequencies across the EMF spectrum. Two additional features of your DNA that fulfill the requirements of a fractal antenna are that electrons in DNA conduct electricity, and the fact that the DNA is coiled within the nucleus.
In the video above, Dr. Blank shows a slide listing the diameter sizes of the coils within the DNA molecule:
- Double helix = 1 nm
- Chromatin fiber = 10 nm
- Solenoid = 30 nm
- Hollow tube = 200 nm
Each of these different coil sizes respond to a frequency on the EMF spectrum, which explains why your DNA responds to such a wide range of frequencies.
In a nutshell, the human body is constructed with a fractal antenna inside each and every cell, which responds to the entire range of frequencies on the EMF spectrum!
What this means is that it would be foolish to focus on just one frequency, because we are bombarded with ALL of these frequencies, from low ELF’s to microwaves, to ionizing radiation. “And you never know which frequency will do the most damage,” Dr. Blank warns.
I urge readers to study the below posts and also view the recent videos on the potentially catastrophic health effects from the soon to be unveiled 5G and its impact on human health will be even worse.
- Radiation from Cell Phones and Wi-Fi Are Making People Sick — Are You at Risk?
- Reduce EMF Exposure: Don’t get “Wi-Fried”
- Kevin Mottus on Wi-Fi Dangers
Here are recent videos on 5G dangers (that I’ve seen on YouTube using the Fire TV Stick):
However, to militate against the danger posed by modern technology (and I have to credit for tech support my brother who researched and found the solutions), there are products that allow direct connection to the Internet Router, allowing you to turn off Wi-Fi and have Internet access at a good distance from the unit without losing speed; this works for computers and devices such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick. While this will be of no assistance when 5G devices the size of refrigerators beaming intense frequencies are installed on telephone polls in your neighborhood, in the interim this method allows use of Wi-Fi devices such as the Amazon Fire TV stick but using a direct connection. Yes, I have a love-hate relationship with Amazon; but as an Amazon Prime Member that the Fire TV device allows me to view YouTube using the Amazon Silk Browser, which allows bookmarks, and also the Firefox browser, and also the Pluto TV app that allows streaming of RT America 24/7 and other programming. In addition, while my local cable access channel no longer carries Classic Arts Showcase and that too works with Fire TV using Amazon’s Silk browser, along with many free concerts and films from Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Music. While YouTube purged Alex Jones, his Infowars Brighteon Channel can be viewed with the Fire TV using Silk if one is so inclined. I like the technology of viewing and listening using my television set with its Hi-Fi audio system and not a small screen.
I am able to reconnect the cord and cut Wi-Fi so by using the UGREEN Ethernet Adapter for Fire TV Stick (although Amazon makes its own version too). I run a cable from the router to a TP-Link AV500 Nano Powerline Adapter (the updated AV600 is available from Amazon) that plugs into a wire that is on the same circuit as the TV in the living room over 100 feet away in my split level house; the flat cables I chose are unobtrusively hidden and “pinned” above the baseboard. Thus, while I do experience low level electrical fields, I no longer suffer from nightmares, headaches, dizziness, and impaired vision that I have no doubt was caused by my proximity to Wi-Fi. Again, speed is lowered by around 5% (verified by Fast.com) even though I am using two cables through the two devices and the Internet signal is carried by the electrical wiring of my house. I find it all amazing.
As Ms. Doucette discussed, products can be purchased to connect cell phones directly to your router. And I’m sure readers can find solutions that may be superior for their needs; all I know is that the solution I’ve chosen works for me.
I urge readers to explore alternatives to wireless technology, minimize exposure to EM fields, and become activist against the roll out of 5G technology, whatever its origin, China or America. The Internet is a wonderful fount of information and more; but it’s not worth destroying our health and literally dying to use it.
(Incidentally, although I’ve no background in engineering, I find the assertion that carbon based Shungite can stop spherical microwaves to protect you from harm while simultaneously allow devices, i.e. microwave ovens and cell phones to function specious.)