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New radiation-free zones?

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Therese Lucile Engh
Engh is local team leader for Follo in Folkets Strålevern.
RADIATION / For many of us who have become electrically hypersensitive, it is almost impossible to find a place where we can be healthy. The authorities must therefore facilitate radiation-free areas that are not covered by the mobile network.

Eight years ago, I started having health problems from radiation. I get a kind of vibrating, "electrical" headache from the microwave radiation from mobile phones, WiFi, cell tower, smart meters and more. As well as a strong feeling of pressure in the head and loud ringing in the ears.

The symptoms disappear if I am out in the woods far from base stations and other radiation sources.

I have experienced this time and time again, and I doesn't recognize me in any way the Norwegian health and radiation protection authorities' model of explanation that I must suffer from something "psychological". Or that I can get well if I go to a psychologist and stop being "afraid of" the radiation. I'm not afraid of the radiation, and I don't have the slightest hint of it "fear of technology" rather.

Below the limit values

My symptoms are consistent with what has been known and described in research already in the 1970s as symptoms of microwave sickness, among other things i previously classified military reports.

And they agree with symptoms like American and Canadian diplomats (and later diplomats from other countries) received in 2016 and 2017 when they worked at foreign embassies, such as in Havana, Cuba and in Guangzhou in China – and as the US National Research Council, National Academies of Sciences (NAS), came to the conclusion that it must be due to exposure to microwave radiation below the limit values.

This rock-solid American research council therefore falls on the same discovery as it was made in boats East og west already many decades ago, and which several hundred radiologists around the world warn about: Even rather weak pulsed microwave radiation – substantially below western limit values ​​– triggers significant . . .

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