This may not be as comprehensive as many would like, but those who are interested can follow up on the parts that concern or intrigue them most.
We could try to define this post as "the one" revolving around microwave pollution in its many forms, but why stop there when we could add x-rays and countless other technological hazards.
The proliferation of cell phones and other communication devices, microwave towers, wifi, etc. has been called the largest biological experiment in human history. There are some big names in this field and we probably ought to meet a few of the most high profile prophets.
First, let's introduce Dr. Leif Salford of Lund University in Sweden:
Obviously, there is really a lot of material on this subject and heaps of controversy to go along with it.
You might also want to watch this video by one of my colleagues, Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, someone I have known since our Santa Fe days and our paths continue to cross now and then:
Okay, this is a lot, but you can watch movies and not read strings of words from me.
Then, I would propose you see an explanation of how RFID chips work:
Without your knowledge or consent, you can now be exposed to a literal soup of radio frequency communications between your blue jeans and some anonymous piece of machinery in who knows where. Pioneering this exploitation of our naïveté are Wal-Mart, Target, and Best Buy; I think, at least one other major company is already knee deep in this technology, meaning the entire time one is shopping, one is being exposed and the chips could be embedded in what we buy rather than used as inventory controls and removed at checkout. If the chip were only on the tag and the purpose were to reduce shoplifting and track merchandise, one might argue that the store has a right to this information, but if the chip is under the label at the back of your neck, I think there is a need to know on the part of the potential customer. I will boycott these stores but unless the public is as vigilant as the consumer advocates who are trying to awaken people from their passivity, the corporations will run roughshod over their customers.
This, along with the radiation at airports and elsewhere are just huge subjects. We all need to take the challenges seriously and resist the temptation some have of referring to certain people as sensitive as if sensitivity were some sort of weakness rather than a weathervane.
One other minor update of importance is irradiation of merchandise shipped via the post. I doubt very many know which items are x-rayed and which manage to reach their destinations without this insult, but FedEx recently announced a new service that is sort of half FedEx and half post. I want to explain it and then ask for your input. FedEx absolutely insists it does not irradiate shipments, that it does not possess the equipment to do so, and that it is not required to do so because it owns its own trucks and planes and is not using commercial aircraft with passengers. If when flying you have watched luggage being loaded, you have surely noticed a certain amount of postal cargo moving with the suitcases. That cargo was probably scanned as is probably the case with rather a lot of things sent by mail that passes any major hub.
I have discussed this in posts in the past and this would usually result in more people opting to ship via FedEx. Lately, far more people are selecting post as their preference. I am not saying that what is sent by post will always be exposed to radiation but the chances of this happening are high. With the new FedEx service, shipments would be picked up by FedEx and handled by FedEx and tracked by FedEx and then delivered to the local post office that will put the item in a P.O. Box or take it to your door. The odds of the item being irradiated are very low but time in transit will be similar to FedEx Ground services, i.e. one week if the shipper and recipient are on opposite sides of the continent. If you are interested in this service, I will sign up for it. You can imagine how I feel about having things irradiated!
This said, I do have protocols for removing at least some radiation toxicity from the body but I do not for a moment believe that the protocols would work if someone were repeatedly exposed. Moreover, once a food or herb has been exposed to radiation, I do not know of any magic way to restore nutritional values.
Finally, like many others, I confess that I do have a cell phone, but it has the lowest radiation of any I could find and the phone is turned off and fully discharged unless I am on the road. I use it so seldom that I don't even know the number. It has a speakerphone and I don't hold it to my ear. We live in a crazy society that has confused chatter with communication. When we recognize the difference, we will use our time and energy more consciously.