Cancer, Doppler Radar, Microwave Radiation
Most of the TDWR Radar Pulsed Power is being absorbed and/or reflected in the area of Hopewell High School
The Beam is not hitting the nearby water tank and the only cell tower is further away, after the beam power has already been absorbed/reflected.
From → Biology, Geophysics
Please explain further– What is causing this? Where does it originate? I live within the boundaries; I have O.M. and I am VERY interested in this research. Thank you for posting this!
I am a chemical engineer and I have been studying high power, pulsed electromagnetic radars for 2 years and their potential effects on biology, including cancers. I took a look at Huntersville and noticed you have a powerful radar less than a mile from the elementary schools that lines up directly with the road in front of the schools. Microwave Radars/RF are known to cause cataracts and cancers.
I sent this information to the doctors in Philadelphia investigating.
Francis Bradley Middle School wants to allow a cell phone transmission tower to be built on its campus as discussed this year (2015). Apparently a revenue generator but what about its junior high students’ health & safety? Especially since many will go on to attend Hopewell HS down the road. Question: How will this cell phone tower impact this area?
Their is NO concensus among scientists whether placing humanity and biology under a constant increased voltage potential is healthy long term. And the closer you are to the source of radiation(tower), the radiation power density increases by the inverse of the distance squared. I think all of this EMF is an “epic fail” based upon my maps of increased disease.
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