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Environmental Impacts of RF on Wildlife

Watch: RF on Wildlife

Starling W. Childs, M.S., a geologist and forestry consultant, and adjunct faculty member at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. From a Commonwealth Club Panel Presentation 11-18-10.

“Researchers are now attributing wireless radiation from cellular communications to be a significant contributing cause of bee “colony collapse disorder”, insect disappearance, the decline in house sparrows in London (Balmori 2007) (Everaert 2007), as well as the steady deterioration of the worlds bird population with now more than 40% of bird species under critical threat. Insects are not only important pollinators, they are the base of the food chain for birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.”

Wireless Silent Spring by Cindy Russell MD

There is a wealth of information pertaining to wireless radiation impacts on the natural world.

If you’d like to learn more and take a deep dive you may wish to consider the following:

A detailed examination —likely the most exhaustive ever attempted— of the environmental effects of non-ionizing radiation has been published in Reviews on Environmental Health:

“Effects of Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields on Flora and Fauna” is in three parts. Together the three papers contain over 200 pages in the journal and include more than 1000 references. The links to all three parts are provided at Microwave News.

“Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life.” - Rachael Carson, Author, Silent Spring

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