God, Hope & Helping Others
“I think this is going to be one of the major issues in the next few years. Most people are not aware of this, and the people who are mostly know the old data – and there’s a lot of new [information] on this that’s extremely, extremely important” ~ Prof Martin Pall, Oslo, 18 October 2014.
The following presentation, given by Professor emeritus Martin L. Pall of Washington State University, explains that governments and industry bodies claiming wireless technologies to be harmless are, tragically and verifiably, wrong.
Whilst some governments – such as those in the UK, Canada and the US – continue to hide behind “obsolete” and “out of date” thermal models set by private industry groups decades ago, eminent physicist, geneticist and cell biologist Prof. Martin L. Pall carefully explains in this brilliant presentation that pathophysiological effects from non-thermal exposures are demonstrable and the mechanisms for this harm are understood and replicable.
Pall shows us how, with an increasing preponderance of so-called ‘smart’ meters, ‘smart’ phones and other microwave-emitting technologies and infrastructure, the health of the public is in danger; that our young are the most at risk and that urgent action to protect people is now required.
Prof. Pall’s extensive research over recent decades into this issue shows that:
Some of Pall’s many peer-reviewed studies on this issue are listed in the final two minutes of this presentation.
The conclusion to be drawn from these revelations is that we are now, without question, facing a new and increasingly present environmental pollutant and the time for government dilly-dallying is over. This issue carries huge implications for the environment, human health, construction and placement of cell towers, smart meters, computers in schools and care for individuals presenting with symptoms of EHS.
Prof. Pall’s first article on EMFs and their role in VGCC-activation earned a place in the “Global Medical Discovery” list of the most important articles in medicine in 2013, and in this lecture he provides up-to-date information on a problem that cannot be ignored.
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From the Arne Naess Seminar, 18th October 2014, Oslo, Norway.
Introduction by: Einar Flydal, retired from the ICT industry, business and academia
Main presentation by: Martin L. Pall
Questions / comments from the audience
The video has English speech and Norwegian text.
Organizers: Einar Flydal in cooperation with Arne Naess Chair in global justice and environment.