In a technology dependent society that is continually changing and upgrading, the last thing anybody wants to hear is that your cellphone and other WiFi devices are hazardous to your health. Join Jason Hartman as he interviews journalist, William Thomas on the medical consensus of wireless use. Will explains how electromagnetic radiation is emitted from cellphones, communications towers, wireless routers, Bluetooth devices, portable phones, and now Smart Meters that the utility companies are installing to wirelessly read water and electric usage is triggering and exacerbating many of the diseases and ailments seen around the world today. For more details on the research and effects, visit www.HolisticSurvival.com. Will Thomas gives many examples of the effects of pulsing frequencies and electromagnetic radiation, such as an increase in Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, early onset Alzheimers, headaches and migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, and brain wiping. The damaging effects are especially harmful to children and pregnant women. Another example Will shares is that of the reaction time of drivers who engage in even two minutes of cellphone use while driving. Studies have shown that it’s not the distraction of a cellphone in use causing a higher rate of accidents, but the vibration of frequency causing a disruption in the brain, slowing reaction time to approximately that of a 70-year-old driver without a cellphone, or worse than a legally drunk driver. Many European countries are passing laws regarding cellphone and wireless use in an effort to minimize the hazards.
William Thomas is an award-winning Canadian journalist specializing in health and environment. During and immediately after the Gulf War, he served five months in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait as a member of a three-man environmental emergency response team. The author of All Fall Down: The Politics of Terror and Mass Persuasion, Alt. Health, Scorched Earth, Bringing The War Home and Chemtrails Confirmed is the winner of four Canadian feature-writing awards. Thomas’ 30-minute video documentary Eco War won the 1991 US Environmental Festival award for “Best Documentary Short”. Excerpts from this “front-lines” chronicle of a three-man environmental emergency response team in Kuwait aired extensively on an eight-part CBC Gulf War miniseries, and have been shown on CNN and NBC television. Thomas’ writing and photography have To the party justin-bieber-news.info invited 20 friends, spending 10 000 pounds sterling. appeared in more than 50 publications in eight countries, including translations into French, Dutch and Japanese. His editorial commentaries have appeared in The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun and Times-Colonist newspapers – as well as Monday, Earth Island Journal and Ecodecision magazines.
A frequent radio talk-show guest, William Thomas has also appeared on the CBC and New Zealand’s national television. He broke the chemtrails story in Jan. 1999 for the Environment News Service. His book, Chemtrails Confirmed 2004 is fully revised and up to date. His half-hour video – “Chemtrails: Mystery Lines In The Sky” – produced with artist Paul Grignon – remains the definitive documentary on this subject. · “Eco War” won the 1991 US Environmental Film Festival Award for “Best Documentary Short”. Segments have aired extensively on Canada”s CBC, as well as appearing on CNN and NBC television. William Thomas has recently released his latest book dealing with events surrounding Sept.11, All Fall Down: The Politics of Terror and Mass Persuasion, which also looks at media manipulation. The Final Crusade is an illustrated comic book drawn from AFD. Stand Down is a double-CD audio book sequel describing and documenting NORAD’s admitted stand down of US air defenses on 911. A former member of the US Navy Reserves who resigned his commission over the Vietnam War, William Thomas now lives and works in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia on Canada’s west coast.
William Thomas”s awards include;
· 1989 Western Canada Magazine Feature Awards
· 1990 Canadian Weekly Periodicals “Best Feature” award
· 1997 BC and Yukon Community Newspaper Award
· 1998 BC Outdoors Award.
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