Sacopee Valley 8th grade science class tested the effects of Wi Fi radiation on seedling growth with time lapse video. Results are telling. They will do repeat experiments to validate the results. Video Uploaded Nov, 2019 . See also Environment and Wildlife Effects of RFR, including plants at https://mdsafetech.org/environmental-and-wildlife-effects/
We tweet, we like, and we share— but what are the consequences of our growing dependence on social media? As digital platforms increasingly become a lifeline to stay connected, Silicon Valley insiders reveal how social media is reprogramming civilization by exposing what’s hiding on the other side of your screen.
Talented and promising teenagers from around the world have committed suicide. On the surface, they seemed to have everything going for them but their sudden deaths raised the alarm for psychologists and lawmakers over cyberbullying. It’s a form of psychological abuse that causes symptoms similar to PTSD and it’s almost impossible to avoid in our modern, connected world. When it comes to cyberbullying, safety at home is an illusion, so-called “internet trolls” operate through social networks and e-mail, even mobile phones, means of communication in which most first world teenagers are experts these days. The danger can come from anywhere, an extension of school bullying or from a bored stranger. Whatever the source, the anonymity of the internet gives offenders a sense of impunity, so no level of psychological harassment is considered off limits.
You cannot see it or hear it but Wi-Fi blankets our homes, our schools, and our cities. Australia’s safety agency says there’s no evidence of harm, but that’s not the same as saying it’s safe. A growing number of scientists are concerned that the widespread use of Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi-enabled devices could be slowly making us sick. In this Catalyst investigation, Dr. Maryanne Demasi explores whether our wireless devices could be putting our health at risk.
After this documentary on Wi-Fi health concerns aired, backlash from unknown sources called for the program to be pulled off the Internet. Not only was the show taken down but ABC Catalyst reporter Dr. Maryanne Demasi was fired along with the entire show. Experts who had declined interviews decried “fringe” science.
Generation Zapped is an eye-opening documentary, which reveals that wireless technology poses serious health risks, from infertility to cancer. Through interviews with experts in science and public health, along with people who suffer from high sensitivity to wireless radiation, the film suggests ways to reduce your exposure and protect your family.
This two-hour expert forum explains the biological effects on our children from wireless radiation in our schools. Technology safety educator Cece Doucette moderates with physician and scientist Dr. David Carpenter, senior toxicologist Dr. Ronald Melnick, pediatric neurologist Dr. Martha Herbert, clinical child psychotherapist Theodora Scarato and retired Microsoft Canada president Frank Clegg (gratitude to Shrewsbury Media Connection):
Numerous studies link screen-time to poor impulse control, attention and learning issues, lower grades, and sleep disturbance. A "Reset Program," utilizes an extended “electronic fast,” which permits the detuned and overstimulated nervous system to rest, rebalance, and resynch itself to a more natural and calm state. By removing what’s irritating the brain and giving it what it needs, the Reset can dramatically enhance focus, school performance, reduce defiance and impulsivity, and improve mood regulation and stress tolerance.
Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga sat down with psychotherapist and addiction specialist Nicholas Kardaras, author of Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction Is Hijacking Our Kids and How to Break the Trance, to discuss how digital screens may have a negative effect on children and what parents can do to address it. .
Teenagers today have never known a world without the internet, which may be why half of all adolescents say they’re addicted to their digital devices. In her new documentary “Screenagers,” Dr. Delaney Ruston explores why young people are so drawn to social media and video games and what effect it’s having on their brains. Ruston joins William Brangham to share what she’s learned.