Is microwave radiation from your gadgets frying your eggs?
Devices like laptops, cell phones and cordless phones emit a form of electromagnetic field (EMF) called microwave radiation or radio frequency radiation.
Thousands of studies now link these exposures to a long list of very serious diseases including cancer and infertility.
This video uses humor to raise awareness about these dangers.
FRYING MY EGGS
I used my lap top in my lap – carried my phone in my pocket
But I heard this could be frying my eggs – frying my eggs and my lady parts
‘cause all this wireless technology uses Microwave frequency
And that could certainly be frying my eggs – my eggs and everything else 'cause
Microwave frequency is also known as Microwave Radiation
So I’ve been unknowingly exposing myself to something that can set popcorn on fire
And that ain’t good – no that’s a highly sensitive area
I need to take better care and not do that anymore
Some doctors say they need more research – they say that I shouldn't be worried
‘bout frying my eggs, frying my eggs – frying my eggs and everything else
But doctors have been wrong about lots of things – so I rather err on the side of caution
Instead of accidentally frying my eggs – my eggs and everything else
So I won’t carry my phone in my bra – I like my Ta-Tas the way they are
Won’t put my phone up to my head ‘cause I don’t want to melt my brain cells
And I won’t be frying my eggs anymore – my eggs or anything else
No more frying anything else…
No more frying, boiling, cooking, nuking, flambaying, sautéing, no no no no
Copyright 2016. Coochie-Coo Baby Cakes
Thanks to Coochie-Coo Baby Cakes for sending me this video.
Judith Rae Shamp said,
This beautifully and professionally accomplished video needs to go viral. Great work coochie coo baby cakes! You are brilliant!!
Excellent and funny too!!!
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Pat Ormsby said,
I love this and will share it! I saw a nice male counterpart the other day about nuking one’s Johnson. Both are great resources to have at hand when you want to show people that many others, including the artistically talented, are beginning to take this issue seriously.
A big thank you to Coochie Coo Baby Cakes!
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1/ If you use an old analogue cell phone & still has a SIM card in it, like a basic little Nokia, for a bedroom alarm clock and is no longer connected to a network, does it still emit any type of radiation?
2/ If your the WiFi is diabled on your Laptop i.e. in ‘sleep mode’, is the WiFi frequency still being broadcast?…. Is a WiFi enabled Modem still sending out radio frequency radiation if there is no receiving device turned on within its’ range?
Patricia Ormsby said,
Barbara, your old analogue phone is probably less damaging to have around than a digital one, but first, how did you feel when you used it? Even if it is not connected to a network, I would expect it to still be polling for base stations every three minutes, and at full power if it is not getting a response. Minimizing radiation to the user was never a design consideration. One possible way to tell, in the absence of a Gauss meter, would be how quickly it runs down its batteries. But I’ve never had a cell phone, so I am no expert.
To answer your second question, you really need a Gauss meter. I hear that the default mode of these gadgets is “On and Pumping!” and you have to be alert to things that might turn the wi-fi back on again. If you are experiencing signs of EHS, or if you are concerned about an unacknowledged hazard, an Acousticom can be one of your best friends. People will say they don’t have wi-fi, but they bought some new device–and lo and behold! I’ve learned to turn off our wired printer when not in use.
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