Shane Reilly shares his story about moving from a career as a firefighter in CLACKAMAS County, Oregon, to a building biologist, helping families protect their children from wireless radiation and electromagnetic fields in their home and schools.
The students and staff of Anne Arundel County Public Schools are being exposed to high levels of electrosmog radiation every school day.
A Silicon-valley engineer turned technology health advocate, Jeromy Johnson discusses our attachment to technology and the health hazards such an addiction may hold.
Generation Zapped is an eye-opening documentary, which reveals that wireless technology poses serious health risks, from infertility to cancer. Through interviews with experts in science and public health, along with people who suffer from high sensitivity to wireless radiation, the film suggests ways to reduce your exposure and protect your family.
Have a look to see how wireless radiation disrupts our blood cells. What you'll see in this video is something called Rouleaux, which is a general marker for disease.
With compelling insight from whistleblowers, government agents, lawyers, doctors, researchers and environmentalists, Josh del Sol’s Take Back Your Power investigates the claimed benefits and emerging risks of a profit-based global initiative that seeks to change the way we live. What you’ll discover will surprise, unsettle and ultimately empower you.
This father, Rodney Palmer, describes what happened after wireless internet was installed in his child's elementary school. Children got headaches, suffered heart irregularities and more. He describes how he went to the school administrators and even offered to pay for safe technology.
Journalist Burt Wolf tracks down stories in the United States and Europe that suggest that cellphones may not be as safe as most of us thought. He meets with experts in England, Italy, France and the United States to find out how we can deal with the problems that are emerging. This video includes an update on brain tumors, industry avoidance of warning the public, and steps to reduce harm from cell phone exposure.
Journalist Burt Wolf examines research about the dangers of the wireless radiation that is associated with wireless devices. Of special interest were the antennas and cell towers that empower the system. This video explains what he saw and how to protect yourself. It also examines Wi-Fi in schools versus hardwiring, and screen addiction.
Kathy Ireland interviews Greenwave executives -- Richard Lear, Gene Zaccor, and Kim O'Neill Lear -- about dirty electricity and Greenwave's solution for cleaning up this electropollution in homes and other settings. Dirty electricity (also known as electrical noise, line noise, and power line EMI) is common in buildings today. It travels along electrical wiring, radiating unhealthy electromagnetic energy (EMF) into rooms as it goes. It has been associated with a range of health problems such as poor sleep, fuzzy thinking (brain fog), chronic fatigue, muscle and joint pain, headaches, ADHD symptoms, cancer, diabetes, asthma and more. Greenwave offers a meter for measuring dirty electricity and filters for getting rid of it.
Mobile technologies have shaped our way of life, but are they also discreetly killing us? That's the question raised by the documentary. short WI-FRIED?, a thought-provoking look at the secret dangers which may lurk in the midst of our globally connected society.
Watch Debbie Persampire's presentation on the harmful effects and politics of wireless radiation.
Is radiation from your cell phone or cell towers harmful for your health? Or the environment? The scientific debate is on-going. Are scientific conclusions tied to the interests of those who fund the studies? How do governments make sure the radiation stays within healthy limits? What happens to insects when 5G is fully rolled out? These questions and many more are explored in this film, Something is in the air.
An Invisible Threat: The Possible Link Between Microwave Technology and Health | ENDEVR Documentary
Watch Building Biologist Eric Windheim offer solutions towards protecting yourself from wireless radiation.
U.S. officials say they were stricken with vertigo, confusion and memory loss both at home and work in Washington, D.C. Scott Pelley reports.