Cell Phone Dangers

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Date Host George Noory
Guests William Thomas, Steve Quayle

Researcher William Thomas presented his investigation into the health dangers of cell phones. "It's the most dangerous personal device ever invented," he declared, comparing cell phone use to smoking. He also cited dangers from cell phone towers which are irradiating everyone with "electromagnetic smog."

The main problem from the phones is not heat absorption (which is regulated by testing) but the microwave pulses which can cause disruption to human cells, Thomas noted. This can lead in the short term to headaches and sleep problems and in the long term to brain cancer, leukemia, and auto immune disease, he detailed. Thomas estimated that in about 5-8 years, we will likely see more instances of these serious illnesses as the long range damage sets in.

Using a headset doesn't alleviate the problem as the cord acts as an antenna which still irradiates the user, he said. Additionally, portable home phones that operate in the gigahertz range (2.4 -- 5.6) are also a health risk, Thomas stated. He also discussed chemtrails, which he believes the government is secretly spraying in the skies, as part of a weather modification problem to combat global warming.

Microbiologist Deaths

First hour guest, author Steve Quayle gave an update on the mysterious deaths of microbiologists. The latest case, the murder of Jeong Im, brought the total up to 40 deaths in the last 4 years, said Quayle. He theorized that a group of people plan to unleash "the ultimate epidemic" on the planet and are trying to eliminate scientists who might successfully combat it.

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