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MyelodysplasticMicrowaveMess?

September 29, 2014
Whidbey

MDS Cluster Around NEXRAD 475,000 Watt Peak Pulsed Microwave Radar. If they get a lot of moisture and fog off the water that would create lots of chronic reflection in the area. The combination of high impulse power and low frequencies induce large instantaneous electrical currents and lorentz forces in ionic solutions (oceans and bloodstreams)

Spatial Clustering of Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) in the Seattle-Puget Sound
Region of Washington State
Michelle E Ross1
, Jon Wakefield1,4, Scott Davis2,3, Anneclaire J De Roos2,3

ABSTRACT
Objectives. Incidence of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) has been described in the United
States since its inclusion in the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program in
2001, and the Seattle-Puget Sound region of Washington State has among the highest rates of
the registries. In this investigation, we described small-scale incidence patterns of MDS within
the Seattle-Puget Sound region from 2002 to 2006 and identified potential spatial clusters to
inform planning of future studies of MDS etiology.

From Wikipedia

MDS is caused by environmental exposures such as radiation and benzene; other risk factors have been reported inconsistently

Low Frequency Radar Pulses cause the damage:

“If they are to remove calcium in this way, the fields must be alternating. Low frequencies work best because they allow more time for dislodged calcium ions to diffuse clear of the cell membrane and be replaced by different ions, before the field reverses. Pulses are more effective than smooth sine waves because their rapid rise and fall times catapult the ions quickly away from the membrane and leave even more time for them to be replaced by different ions before the field reverses. This is probably why the pulsed radiation from mobile phones can be particularly damaging.”

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