May 28, 2013
This is something that interests/worries me:and is difficult to find anywhere: irreversibility of effects.
In the case of tobacco, a long time passed by until anyone studied this side of matters, but today is known that some of the effects of smoking are irreversible, therefore people should take cauation with the notion that you can always quit and you more or less return to square zero in health. NOT TRUE (although is a great improvement thouth).
So what about EMF. In jerry Flynn presentation in Youtube he hints that the relatively slight exposure of the human guineañpigs in tha American embassy in Moscow had the effects for life. We know damage to mythochondria in embryos is irreversible, even into descendants. So what about the rest, Dna breakage, impotence, all the niceties. To what extent you can recover, I wonder.
I feel lack of addressing this issue is masking the true horror of the impact in this Silly Phone wonderland of planet of idiots. Latency period must be some 10-15 years for serious health and spiritual backlashes. I checked stats and teens in many counties start as soon as 10 as cell phone users, that means by 20 they are consistent users and that not taking into account the other sources.
Someone should address this question decisively.
May 16, 2013
Hello Arthur. I am rather loath to conclude that health effects due to ANY human health stressors are irreversible. (Contrary to what many researchers believe) there are very significant autonomic differences between the guinea pig and a fully functional and willfully intelligent homo sapient. One of the repeated errors I’ve observed in laboratory studies is the significant autoimmune difference between various rodents used or modeled in laboratory studies. Different species of laboratory rats can yield vast differences in statistical outcomes, as well as significant differences when utilizing mice versus rats. One of the most frightening features of these very obvious flaws in laboratory animal experiments, is that these faulty premises and procedures often occur in highly regarded and peer reviewed scientific papers. Occasionally, there will be some person or group of peers that point out the more obvious errors.
From the EM research I’ve retrieved from many sources, it would seem that DNA/RNA damage is quite dose dependent as well as cumulative. Dose dependence seems more related to the actual pulsed frequencies utilized, rather than the magnitudes of those frequencies. Repeated exposures translate into more (system wide) cellular damage, thus the inherent “system repair” mechanisms are further compromised due to cumulative damage. All this becomes an intractable statistical expression, as there are individual genetic and intellectual differences within human populations. I believe the human “will” to recover is paramount. The human brain is a formidable tool as compared to a hapless hamster or guinea pig.
One of the most important adjuncts to permanent recovery would include the (safe) elimination of mercury amalgams, or any other toxic metal poisoning in the body. I designed and built analog electronics for many years, and found that circuit elements would slightly shift metallization and doping characteristics after a period of “burn in”. Although these parameter shifts were not even measurable at a component level, the difference in overall circuit function was often surprising.
My best advice is not too extraordinary: Reduce as many levels of EM exposure as possible. (Safely) remove any mercury or metals contamination from the body. Do NOT supplement the diet with vitamin technology, unless there is a proven and specific vitamin deficiency. Do NOT take any pharmaceuticals drugs unless it is a life-threatening situation. Eat a very robust all organic diet, which is balanced according to your particular nutritional and metabolic needs.
Read all “expert advice” with an open – yet questioning and intuitive mind. Definition of “expert”: A person who was formerly pertinent. Ha!
May 28, 2013
July 24, 2013
Arthur Fomalhaut said
Thank you Paul.
Well that gives hope.
Didnt know about the vitamin supplements thank you. For the metals thing I would put my bet on serious water fasting, have no evidence of it but it has to be.
This is my first post. Once the body has crossed the threshold of tolerance for any substance, it is a challenge to get back to where one was not reacting. But yes, it can be done. I concur about the importance of heavy metal removal but this is a very tricky thing. I myself was made way worse when embarking on a program that caused heavy metal detox. Firstly, all the organs and channels of elimination must be open and functioning. The adrenals must be up to par as heavy metal detox is very hard on the adrenals.
Water fasting is very harsh on the system. The body carries too much of a toxic load for it to be effective these days – it would release too many toxins too quickly and overwhelm the system. I would not attempt it. Many people who gets their amalgam fillings removed using a proper dental protocol still wind up getting so ill, sometimes feeling the effects for years to come.