Is a world filled with Wi-Fi signals a more dangerous, less healthy world? Yes, it is, according to a number of top experts who have spoken recently about the issue.
In this video, Dr. Stephen Sinatra, one of the nation’s top “integrative” cardiologists, says that “wireless technologies” are “the greatest threat to health in this millennium.”
He goes on to say that, by wireless technologies, he means cell phones, microwave ovens, baby crib monitors and Bluetooth devices, among others. He also notes that the biggest danger being posed by the wireless technology is the near-constant damage done to cell membranes’ receptor sites, which help keep cells healthy and functioning.
When microwaves and other electronic signals begin to permeate cell membranes, receptor sites begin to shut down, he said, allowing the cells to age prematurely, leading to more sickness.
Later in the video, there is a clip of a Senate subcommittee on Health and Human Services, via C-SPAN2, conducting a hearing on research indicating substantially higher-than-average cancer rates incurred by heavy cell phone users. In that clip, Dr. Devra Lee Davis, professor of Epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh, acknowledges the research, telling the Senate panel that “there is a history here that we need to recognize.”