Friday, September 12, 2014
An Electronic Silent Spring
I have just been reading a complimentary copy of Katie Singer's new book entitled "An Electronic Silent Spring" and it is superb. It aims to repeat Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring", which was about pollution with pesticides, with a similar book on electromagnetic pollution.
It is written for the lay-person and but includes contributions from well known scientists in the field, evidence from people who are suffering from electromagnetic pollution and tricks that the "Industry" has used to suppress this information.
Katie is herself electrosensitive, so knows about it first-hand and even suffered ill effects from the computer she used to write the book. Her book is well written and, once I started reading it, I found it very hard to put down. This is the sort of thing we need more of and I have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone interested in the subject. It is also a valuable source of information for anyone wanting to challenge the power of the Industry and governments to impose on all of us what are still dangerous and unproven technologies.
The paperback version is available from Amazon in the UK for £12.99 and the Kindle version is £5.49.See
Electronic-Silent-Spring- Creating/dp/1938685105/ref=pd_ rhf_ee_p_t_2_HT39 (England)
Electronic-Silent-Spring- Dangers-Creating/dp/ 1938685083/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1? ie=UTF8&qid=1409700064&sr=8-1- fkmr0&keywords=electronic+ silent+spring+k+singer ( Canada)
(Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy)