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How Much More Radiation Are We Exposed To Today?

“How much more radiation does penetrate your body today compared to ten years ago? Is it twice as much? Three times as much? No, it’s a quintillion times more. That’s a one with EIGHTEEN zeroes.”

That’s a quote from the documentary, Generation Zapped. Here’s the trailer:

I do have a certain sense of optimism that EVENTUALLY the right thing will happen like it did with tobacco… like it did with asbestos.

Kevin Mottus of the California Brain Tumor Association listed more than 100 studies revealing adverse health effects of WiFi and radio frequency radiation.

The studies pertain to effects on fertility, children, eyes, DNA, bone marrow, critical organs, and much more.

When cellphone companies spend more than $100 million lobbying the U.S. government, you start to see why we aren’t yet at the point that we finally reached with the tobacco industry after decades of misinformation.

Increasing Data Storage Needs Drives Customers To New Products

Have you ever bought the latest and greatest device, only to max out the device’s data storage within the first year?

I have. And because constant streaming from the Cloud isn’t a desirable option in my home, I need immediate physical access to larger and larger data storage.

Sure, external hard drives are an option, but who wants to risk losing all of their precious data to a dropped box or a housefire? And who wants to lug around extra storage devices that you have to plug in whenever you want something?

Right. No one. Without relying on wifi, I need devices with lots of storage. My phone, tablet, and computer need larger and larger data stores to make this all work.

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Are Wifi Signals Dangerous?

Have you ever hugged a tree just to see what all the fuss was about?

Have you ever slept with your phone and wifi on right next to your head only to awake the next day with a headache akin to the world’s worst case of jet lag?

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