Thursday, May 07, 2015

Which frequencies are the most noxious?

Which frequencies are the most noxious?

Excerpt from recent e-chats with retired Canadian Armed Forces captain Jerry Flynn who spent 22 of his 26 years in the military in the arcane fields of Electronic Warfare (EW) and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT). At the zenith of his career, he was the Executive Officer and Operations Officer at one of Canada’s largest and most sensitive intelligence-gathering stations, where for two years he directed some 200-plus specially-trained radio operators and technicians. 

Jerry’s in his 80s and has been working full-time for 8 years warning people about the great dangers of wireless. See his great Powerpoint presentations: 

Hi Andre,    

In one of my slides it shows that frequencies between 1 GHz and 5 GHz are of most interest to the militaries for they penetrate more deeply all organ systems of the body and therefore put all organs at risk. These frequencies are especially harmful to the brain, central nervous system and immune system.

         From a military perspective I can tell you that the most harmful modulations to use against humans - or any living thing - is pulsed, of which there are various kinds. AM or Amplitude Modulation too is harmful. The thing is, the human body, which is a vanishingly small teensie, weensie DC electrical system is easily shocked by each and every pulse or spike of AM signal. Think of these pulses/spikes being jackhammers. While the human immune systems recognizes these pulses as alien and tries to protect the body/brain against them, they body simply becomes too exhausted and can no longer fight off the pulses/spikes.

Frequencies in the 1-5 GHz range are 'carrier' frequencies, not the 'information carrying' or modulation frequencies.

Frequencies in the 1-100 KHz range would be the modulated frequencies imposed upon the carrier frequencies. It is only when one appreciates the frequency of the human brain (0.5-30 Hz) and other organs of the body that one begins to understand how harmful 'modulated' frequencies in this range can be to humans. That's why, for example, TETRA phones are so dangerous:  their carrier frequencies are in the order of, typically, 400 MHz, but their modulation frequencies (which carry the 'information' are in or around 17 Hz, which is smack in the middle of a brain's range of frequencies.

Were you able to view Amplitude Modulation on an oscilloscope, you'd see extremely sharp spikes of constantly varying heights, both above and below the centre or 'carrier' frequency). Let's say your favourite AM station is AM 980, the 980 actually means 980 KHz (or thousands of hertz). Human ears cannot hear any of the AM carrier frequencies because they are too high for the human hear. Frequencies we hear are called Audio Frequencies, which run from about 10 Hz up to just 20 KHz. So, the carrier frequency, in this case, 980 Hz is modulated (or has had piggy-backed on top of it the audio frequencies your ears can hear, be it someone talking, singing, orchestras, whistling, etc.). Your table radio simply de-modulates the signal it receives, meaning it STRIPS away the AM 'carrier' frequency,   leaving only the AUDIO frequency which your ear can and does hear. The same principle applies to your FM radio band, only FM stands for Frequency Modulation and the frequencies shown on your radio (all of which are, again, simply carrier frequencies) run from 87.5 MHz to 106.5 MHz (M meaning mega or millions of hertz). FM modulation means that the carrier frequency's shape is not altered in the vertical direction but in the horizontal direction, ie., much like an accordion squishes in and stretches out, if you know what I mean? In both AM and FM radio, your radio receiver removes or strips away the AM or FM frequencies to which your radio dial is tuned, leaving only the audio frequency that you can hear and listen to.
         Link to the cell phone patents: 
2) "Cell Phone Companies Patent Cancer Shields," N. Fleming and I. Cobain, The Times, London, 06-11-2001.
Link to the CTIA (Wireless Association) 2010 quote about safety -


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