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Is 20,000,000,000 Pulsed EIRP Watts of Microwave Radiation Enough ?

October 22, 2014
Radar Damage

I think this may be gradual microwave damage from pulsed microwave radiation from radars/cell/microwave towers over the course of years/decades.

Sitka Radars

Two High-Powered Pulsed Microwave Radars in Sitka, AK near center of Yellow Cedar Disease. It appears to be much worse on the West Facing Sides of the Mountains which would get more direct/reflected pulsed microwave radiation. One NEXRAD radar and one AN/FPS-117 Military Radar plus microwave/cell towers

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Yellow Cedar Calcium

I believe the pulsed EMF is disassociating calcium in the tree and putting it under stress.

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Sitka Sea Star Wasting

Sea Stars (Starfish) Wasting/Dissolving Cluster in Same areas as two high-powered radars. It may be a cumulative Radars + Cellular/Microwave Towers (Digital 3G/4G worse than analog due to pulses) reflecting and “grounding out” in an area.

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Sea Stars endoskeletons are made of Calcium. “The dermis contains an endoskeleton of calcium carbonate components known as ossicles…”

Pulsed Electromagnetic radiation increases membrane permeability

Many scientific studies suggest that the first effect of the eddy currents is to generate small alternating voltages across the cell membranes, which increase their permeability. This can have serious metabolic consequences as unwanted substances diffuse into and out of cells unhindered, and materials in different parts of the cell, that should be kept separate, become mixed. But how do these tiny alternating voltages increase membrane permeability? The answer lies in their ability to remove calcium ions from the membrane surface.

 

From → Biology, Geophysics

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