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Arthur Firstenberg, author of The Invisible Rainbow (recommended), brings us up to date with his revised What You Need to Know about Wireless Technology (download), 21 pages.

This document includes a list of biological effects (not necessarily exhaustive - we are still learning), morbidity and mortality, sickness, and a long list of references.

The findings include a long list of flora and non-human fauna whose health is affected by radiation, from fruit flies to cows.

And of course, humans.

"Biophysicist Neil Cherry, at Lincoln University in New Zealand, wrote that radio signals “can interfere with hearts, brains and cells at extremely low intensities, approaching zero exposure”
(Cherry 2000). He later presented “conclusive evidence” that “the safe level of exposure is zero.”
(Cherry 2001)"

This does rather bring into question the WEF's agenda to get us all eating insects - will there be any insects left to eat?

Will there be any humans left to eat them?

We are not done with this problem yet.