Electronic cigarettes have been banned in New York.
Restaurants, bars, parks, beaches and other public places are now off-limits for e-smoking.
I couldn’t believe it when I heard about this.
E-cigarettes are very dangerous, right?
There’s a huge amount of research to support these precautionary measures, right?
Actually, no. Not that much.
Not much? How much?
Obviously way more research than is available concerning the adverse health effects of cell phones – otherwise cell phones would’ve been banned long since, right?
Actually the research is astonishing but not for the reasons you might think.
E-cigarette studies, e-cigarette dangers
I found an article on WebMD
According to Doctor Michael B. Siegel, professor at the Boston University School of Public Health, “”We don’t know the absolute risks — whether, over a very long period of time, the e-cigarette might have harms associated with it,” Siegel says. “They haven’t been on the market long enough to understand if they may have long-term side effects.”
This got me thinking.
I guessed e-cigarettes were a new thing, I didn’t quite realize how new.
They were invented in 2003.
But they’ve only really caught on in the last couple of years.
Then I started to look at what’s in these ‘cigarettes’ that makes them so dangerous.
They contain a mixture of nicotine, vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, and flavorings.
There’s nothing that would seem to justify an immediate ban.
The most dangerous ingredient seems to be the nicotine.
But nicotine in itself is not so bad.
What’s bad is that it creates addiction.
And some e-cigarettes don’t even contain nicotine, yet they’re still banned.
When you compare e-cigarettes to cell phones, in terms of the research we’re in another stratosphere.
A Different Stratosphere
Cell phones have been around for nearly 30 years, but there’s research dating back to the 1940’s linking adverse biological effects to the same kind of radio-frequency exposures.
There aren’t just a few studies linking cell phone type radiation exposures to cancers and other serious diseases.
There’s a mass of data on it.
Thousands of studies link these exposures to heart attacks, diseases of the blood, brain tumors, DNA damage, immune system suppression, arthritis, rheumatism, skin problem, lymphatic diseases, vaginal discharge, vascular system disease, tinnitus, leukemia, childhood cancer, depression, irritability, memory loss, difficulty in concentrating, headache, dizziness and fatigue, suicidal tendencies, miscarriage and infertility.
Just a few weeks ago the BioInitiative working group published an update listing another batch of studies linking RF radiation to serious adverse health effects.
The World Health Organization classified cell phone radiation as a possible human carcinogen in 2011.
More and more doctors are speaking out about the health risks.
Following a spate of illnesses in their surgeries, in 2002 a group of doctors produced the Freiburger Appeal which has now been signed by thousands of doctors, to highlight the effects of these RF exposures.
The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has issued a public statement warning of the dangers of these exposures.
Nobody is banning cell phone use on health grounds.
They’re not even banning kids from using cell phones.
Governments are even reluctant to warn people about a possible danger from cell phone use.
When did you last see a cell phone with a health warning on it?
Doesn’t this all strike you as odd?
I’m not saying we shouldn’t be cautious about e-cigarettes. But COME ON talk about double standards.
There must be more to it than this. There must be some reason for this radical action against e-cigarettes.
Do you know what makes e-cigarettes so dangerous?
It seems they “normalize” the idea of smoking in the minds of impressionable youngsters.
Another argument put forward is that in a restaurant e-cigarettes “confuse” other diners who may muddle current smoking laws.
Compare this with brain tumors, cancer, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and the myriad of other diseases and ailments, which have been linked by scientific studies to cell phone type EMF exposures.
When you put e-cigarettes in the context of normal cigarettes it makes even less sense.
The idea of e-cigarettes is to help people break the habit of normal cigarettes. Everybody agrees normal cigarettes are way worse than any e-cigarette could ever be. So shouldn’t we be encouraging people to adopt this safer alternative given the lack of evidence as to any dangers?
What’s Going On?
If it wasn’t obvious before it should be now.
We’re having the wool pulled over our eyes.
The risks from cell phone radiation and similar EMF exposures are real. They’re documented and they are understood far better than the mainstream media would have you believe.
There are scientists that are beginning to understand how these exposures affect our bodies.
Not just any old scientists.
World leading scientists and EMF experts.
Neuroscientists, molecular biologists, electrical engineers, physicists, epidemiologist’s, researchers, alternative health experts and the like.
For the last 6 months I’ve been interviewing them.
Decrypting and deciphering, asking how these exposures affect our health.
Asking what can be done to deal with them. The solutions.
I’ve been interviewing these scientists and experts.
If you’re subscribed to my newsletter you’ll get details sent to you.
Make sure you are subscribed to my newsletter.