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[TowerTalk] Does the FCC Know??

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Subject: [TowerTalk] Does the FCC Know??
From: (Jim Henderson)
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 1997 18:21:37 +0100
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>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Does the FCC Know??
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>> Don't be so sure.
>> Like with tobacco research, one of the reasons why little conclusive
>> evidence has surfaced is because vested interests have more money
>> than legitimate research organisations.  For every piece of evidence
>> from legitimate researchers, the power companies will produce three
>> pieces from their own sources.
>> There is substantial evidence of detrimental effects from ELF fields,
>> including modulation components of pulse modulated signals (e.g.
>> digital phones), and 50 or 60 Hz radiation from powerlines.  Current
>> ANSI exposure rules are based on 1930s postulates on body resonance
>> (around 150 MHz) and the capacity of blood to transport heat from
>> tissue.
>> It is now clear that there can be damage to the vital perineural
>> system from radiation that is as much as 30 dB below the ANSI
>> standard.  The ELF components seem to be most detrimental, as these
>> coincide with the frequencies used by the perineural system to
>> transport healing and immune system responses.
>> Many of you will have had RF treatment at a physiotherapist.  You
>> will also have noticed that small wounds on your skin do not heal
>> when you're receiving this treatment.  Generally, the wounds heal
>> within days of the termination of RF treatment.  If you need direct
>> evidence, there is no more graphical demonstration of these effects
>> than this!
>> Chris R. Burger
>> ZS6EZ
>> --
>I would like to hear from any amateur radio operator licensed for the
>majority of their lives, who will lend support to Chris's "facts:. If
>you have been exposed to high power amplifiers for the major portion if
>your Amateur Radio Career, better yet.  Or, how about Broadcast Radio
>and/or Television RF engineers/technicians? (I would prefer someone NOT
>looking for a retirement funded by positive test findings)
>Think of this, One way to gain control of a populace, generally regarded
>as benign or even beneficial to society at large, is to "create" a
>problem that then needs to be controlled. For the benefit of the
>majority, of course. One way to do this is to pass a ridiculous
>restriction (50 W),  and then enforce that restriction by making
>perpetrators, criminal.
>Why would someone want to do this?? Frequencies are becoming valuable
>resource generators, but only if they are controlled by people in a
>stance positioned to profit from the control.
>Off topic, therefore my only post.
>Roger KD6CC
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