Effects of Microwave Radiation
February 2022 | By Les Jamieson | West View News |
“I took measurements with a meter that is calibrated by the Building Biology Institute to determine levels of radio frequency intensity. The frequencies being measured are in the 4G to low and mid-band 5G range. The average exposure level considered safe for sleeping areas is zero to 10.
I immediately saw that the levels were pulsating rapidly, with average readings in the 3,000 to 5,000 range, then going as high as 9,250 in the middle of Teresa’s bedroom area. I know from my own personal experience that RF-EMR readings approaching 100 can disrupt the ability to get nourishing sleep. To show contrast, I also took readings in the building elevator that was as low as .005 and in the lobby that was as low as 8.90. In other words, the RF-EMR in her bedroom is a minimum of 600,000 times higher than in the elevator!
Teresa showed me letters from doctors noting her high blood pressure. She showed me five different pill bottles for blood pressure medications she’s on. She also showed me a letter from her primary care doctor asking the building manager to provide a different apartment for her. I also saw a letter from an engineer stating that several people have made complaints and that he detected a high level of microwave radiation in the building.”
In all circumstances, except in case of radio communications or signals relating to vessels in distress, all radio stations, including those owned and operated by the United States, shall use the minimum amount of power necessary to carry out the communication desired. (June 19, 1934, ch. 652, title III, § 324, 48 Stat. 1091.)
*AntennaSearch.com is a useful tool to locate microwave towers and antennas, but is not necessarily 100% accurate. Regulatory oversight is urgently needed to clean up microwave radiation pollution*
**Safety regulations are urgently needed to protect New York City residents from continuous involuntary exposure to pulse-modulated radiofrequency microwave radiation from microwave towers, antennas, and smart meters.
Wireline, fiber optic to the premises (FTTP) is more energy efficient, safer, cyber secure, more reliable, and faster than wireless.
New Yorkers have already paid for FTTP. Link
Contact Mayor Eric Adams
311 or 212-NEW-YORK outside NYC — Phone
Contact New York City Council Members to urge them to immediately start cleaning up wireless pollution, protecting the health of NYC Residents from involuntary exposure to microwave radiation by prioritizing wired (FTTP) connections.
District 2 Carlina Rivera (1-212-677-1077) phone