The Navy war games threaten humans and animals alike

Dahr Jamail has a piece up exploring the Navy’s determination to ruin what’s left of the salmon industry and humans, too, while they’re at it.

(from the electro-magnetic warfare link):


On October 4, 1971, the Naval Medical Research Institute published a research report written by Dr. Zorach Glaser, of which Truthout acquired a copy. The title of the report is “Bibliography of Reported Biological Phenomena (‘Effects’) and Clinical Manifestations Attributed to Microwave and Radio-Frequency Radiation.”

Given that the Navy continues to claim that their EMR warfare training exercises will have “no significant impact” on humans, it is interesting to note that their own research paper’s abstract states:

More than 2,000 references on the biological responses to [microwave and] radio frequency and microwave radiation, published up to June 1971, are included in the bibliography. (Three supplementary listings bring the number of citation to more than 2,300.) Particular attention has been paid to the effects on man of non-ionizing radiation at these frequencies.

The Navy’s paper lists well over 100 negative biological effects caused by microwave and radio frequency radiations, of which here is a partial list from their report: corneal damage, tubular degeneration of testicles, brain heating, alteration of the diameter of blood vessels, liver enlargement, altered sex ratio of births, decreased fertility, sterility, altered fetal development, decreased lactation in nursing mothers, altered penal function, death, cranial nerve disorders, seizures, convulsions, depression, insomnia, hand tremors, chest pain, thrombosis, alteration in the rate of cellular division, anorexia, constipation, altered adrenal cortex activity, chromosome aberrations, tumors, altered orientation of animals, birds and fish, loss of hair, and sparking between dental fillings.


The introduction of the report states that “researchers have discovered a number of biological dysfunctions that can occur in living organisms” and that “exposure of the human body to RF/MW [radio frequency/microwave] radiation has many biological implications” that range from “innocuous sensation of warmth to serious physiological damage to the eye,” and added that “there is also evidence that RF/MW radiation can cause cancer.”

The report goes on to acknowledge that RF/MW radiation “is known to have a biological effect on animals and humans” and lists biological impacts like “damage to major organs, disruption of important biological processes, and the potential risk of cancer,” among many others which include “mutagenic effects,” “cardiovascular effects,” negative effects on chromosomes, and notes that “Soviet investigators claim that exposure to low-level radiation can induce serious CNS [central nervous system] dysfunctions.”


I can attest to the destruction that EMF’s can do to a person, especially the more vulnerable populations.  When I was really sick, I could not talk on a cell phone for more than 20 minutes or else I would get a migraine within 24 hours. It was clearly connected to EMF’s as they still affect me if there are enough electronics in the room.   These are the reasons I do not use cell phones (along with loss of privacy).

As far as sparking –before they removed my amalgams, the dentist took a measurement of the “sparking” of my amalgams.  He accurately predicted that my tooth would have decay underneath the dental filling, even though the filling was intact.  And it did.  Clear down to the root.

While I’m reading these reports, I think about Dane Wigington, of, and his questioning the murder of John Wheeler, who had an outstanding government career (see the Climate Engineering, Weather Warfare video at about 40:00, he mentions Wheeler.)  Wheeler was a good man, not unlike Birch Bayh, who had a conscience and was supposedly going to expose a program that he felt was wrong.  Here is a detailed blog on John Wheeler’s death.  Given that EMF’s can cause heart arrythmias, it is not so “out there” to think that it caused the bird deaths in Arkansas and around the globe (plus the fish deaths).


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