In the world’s most extensive, government-funded report on cell phone radiation, biomedical expert Dr. Stan Barnett described cell phone radiation effects on fetal tissue.

After its release in June 1994 by a reluctant Australian government, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) described laboratory tests as far back December 1974 showing how neurons in the soft skulls of developing fetuses are extremely sensitive to heat during the process of cell division.

”The mother’s pelvic structure promotes deep RF radiation penetration and that radiation can be absorbed within the developing embryo or fetus,” Dr. Barnett warned. The womb’s saline fluid is also highly conductive to Radio Frequencies and microwaves – and the EMF-conductive human body is 65% water-by-weight. [CSIRO June 1994;]]

Whether cell phone radiation cooks the baby’s brain or destroys its rapidly dividing brain cells through microwave radiation, “the resulting neural deficit may not be restored,” Dr. Barnett found. He added that though the fetus may continue to develop and appear normal, her brain functioning may be reduced for life. [EMFacts Consultancy Mar 26/03]

PhD Robert Kane points to corroborative research showing that all fetuses “showed growth retardation from cell phone exposure“ – with female offspring exhibiting the highest risk of “impaired learning ability.”
Associated Bioelectromagnetics Technologists findings also show that RF exposure from cell phones and cell phone relay towers “is wholly correlated with the repeatedly documented increased incidence of autism – now reported by at least some researchers as greater than 1 per 100 newborn.”

C’mon ladies – turn off your cell phones. Your child will thank you.


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  1. Notice the dates in the reference sections of the article. Use the link if you wish to read the complete study.

    Excerpted from: Reproductive effects from EMF/EMR exposure

    Dr Neil Cherry O.N.Z.M.

    12th September 2002


    “Epidemiology is fundamental science and the strongest evidence for the assessment of human health effects of disease agents. Many epidemiological studies have shown elevated reproductive problems from exposure to electromagnetic fields and radiation. There are well-established plausible biological mechanisms including genotoxic effects, altered calcium-ions and reduced melatonin. Animal experiments show many reproductive health effects from acute and chronic RF/MW exposures, confirming that there is a non-thermal mechanism, consistent with a genotoxic substance.

    Reproductive effects identified by epidemiology include miscarriage, congestive malformation, stillbirths, sudden infant death syndrome, reduced sperm counts, infertility and passing on cancer to the children. The observed effects are all consistent with the identified biological mechanisms. Taken together there is very strong evidence that acute and chronic exposure to electromagnetic fields and radiation enhances the risks of reproductive health problems and therefore exposures should be significantly reduced to reduce the risk.”

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