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Kids and EMF

Discussion in 'Optimal Kids' started by Jack Kruse, Aug 1, 2014.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator


    Computer simulation using MRI scans of children is the only possible way to determine the microwave radiation (MWR) absorbed in specific tissues in children. Children absorb more MWR than adults because their brain tissues are more absorbent, their skulls are thinner and their relative size is smaller. MWR from wireless devices has been declared a possible human carcinogen. Children are at greater risk than adults when exposed to any carcinogen. Because the average latency time between first exposure and diagnosis of a tumor can be decades, tumors induced in children may not be diagnosed until well into adulthood. The fetus is particularly vulnerable to MWR. MWR exposure can result in degeneration of the protective myelin sheath that surrounds brain neurons. MWR-emitting toys are being sold for use by young infants and toddlers. Digital dementia has been reported in school age children. A case study has shown when cellphones are placed in teenage girls’ bras multiple primary breast cancer develop beneath where the phones are placed. MWR exposure limits have remained unchanged for 19 years. All manufacturers of smartphones have warnings which describe the minimum distance at which phone must be kept away from users in order to not exceed the present legal limits for exposure to MWR. The exposure limit for laptop computers and tablets is set when devices are tested 20 cm away from the body. Belgium, France, India and other technologically sophisticated governments are passing laws and/or issuing warnings about children's use of wireless devices.

    • MRI, magnetic resonance imaging;
    • MWR, microwave radiation;
    • CNS, central nervous system;
    • FDTD,finite-difference, time-domain;
    • GBM, glioblastoma multiforme (also called glioblastoma);
    • cm, centimeter
  2. ssj3

    ssj3 Silver

    And we have a generation of teenage boy's walking around with mobiles in their pocket wondering why they have testicular cancer!
  3. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    I am always yapping at the guys at the apple store ..... a couple pay attention - most don't.

    One guy asked me if he was frying his balls ...I said yes. He did seem to give that some thought.
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  4. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    Just saying...

    Everyone who trains with a heart rate monitor, band around the chest, GPS on the wrist... Constant steal syndrome and who do not check their heart rate these days? It is a mantra for everyone now...
  5. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    In Sweden we have so much anxiety so when we get kids we must monitor them 24/7... Guess what? GPS-based technology so your kid do not leave the perimeter...
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  6. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    When your childs gets ill, perhaps cancer, what do we do when they are in care?

    We let companies give away technology like WiFi, iPads and TV´s so that the sick little kiddo can be in sync with their friends and get likes on the Facebook group your parents started for you...
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  7. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    If you go to the local café with your kids...

    Feed them up with pancakes, soda and candy... When mom and friends want to discuss their "shitty" life they lend their kids their iPhone, to play with or watch tv-shows for idiots made by idiots.

    The kid looks, pardon my French here, retarded when playing with an iGadget... Give a kid a pencil and paper, do they look like fools? Nope, they look smart no matter what.

    By the way, a grown up person, waving hands at iGadgets also look like a retard.
  8. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    And in the end...

    I live in one of the most technology loving countries of the world... But why, i must say why should someone younger than perhaps 15 ever have a phone?
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Its kind of funny to hear your perceptions here. You all are no longer captive to modern beliefs. It makes me smile.
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  10. JoeBranca

    JoeBranca Silver

    I'm astonished at how out-of-the-loop I am on what must be the new normals happening around me. I had brought my 3 yr old daughter to my BJJ class since mom was busy, and for that +1 hour hanging out next to the training mats, she was fine with her sardine lunch and nothing else. From the comments I got about how chilled out she was, she must have been the first kid -- any age -- they've ever seen hang out for that long while a parent is training, and NOT vulture-hunched over a mobile device of some sort.

    Really? Something like that now stands out?
  11. JoeBranca

    JoeBranca Silver

    It's a failure of imagination, isn't it? We can't see ourselves for who we've become if the picture isn't that flattering. We always need the insightful artists unafraid to hold up those mirrors to themselves and to society, the truth can sting at first but they do a great service just like oh, say, no-BS doctors ; )
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  12. AJT

    AJT New Member

    Im glad I saw this post.

    A few years back my son sustained a pretty bad concussion while playing football. The "specialists" told me there was nothing to do nutritionally, and to take a medication that was off labeled for concussions. I decided to really dig in to brain nutrition and therapies. My son recovered, but I wonder how many other kids dont, or have permanent injuries.

    That made me really think about why we seem to have a generation of kids that seem more susceptible to concussions.

    Outside of the mechanical aspect of the equipment etc, I started to wonder if this is due to low DHA, and phospholipids.

    After reading this thread it also seems like EMF part of the concussion epidemic in sports, what do you folks think?
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  13. jack has mentioned many NFL guys in the blogs whos names i cant remember, i believe in the EMF series perhaps
    i know it is currently a big deal in lacrosse kids
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    from a local restaurant
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  15. THE GLOW
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  16. fitness@home

    fitness@home Silver

    This drives me crazy! I really dislike seeing children (and teenagers and adults) playing on devices in a restaurant. I think meal times should be reserved for seeing and talking to each other...not tuning out.
  17. Dan Payne

    Dan Payne follow life's little clues...

    Anything one can do to mitigate risk of EMF's in children? Apart from complete removal of devices at all times?

    Apologies if this was covered in a previous blog post, I'm working through them - slowly.
  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    kids should not have cell phones or ipads
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  19. Robert_S

    Robert_S New Member

    Dr. J - I am not sure adults should use them either :) I don't have a cell phone. One of the few left in the US? Perhaps. haha.

    I read an article by a psychologist who said that people who judge the younger generation on their addictive cell phone/tablet use are being 'discriminatory'.

    Beyond the non-native EMF field of the phone/tablet, the TRANCE state these devices induce is of strong concern. Hence the zombie movie mania/identification.

    Nothing like being oblivious to your environment. In more ways than one.

    Our neurology/adrenals respond to the patterns of glowing/blinking lights (aka movies, video games, tv shows) as though they were real. You ever jumped during a horror movie? Startle reflex playing a 'video game'? Consciously we know it's not real, but we still respond physiologically.

    And the next generation 3-D virtual reality headsets (with blue screens attached to your head) are the next wave to arrive. Facebook just spent $2 billion on acquiring one of the companies. Coming very soon to a home near you.
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2015
  20. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    A relative's 2 yr old child was a bit speech-delayed. I forwarded a couple articles about cell phones and babies. Later I noticed the child had stopped playing with the parent's phone, and speech soon followed.

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