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The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life (English Edition) Kindle版
"The Invisible Rainbow is wonderful. Firstenberg has done his research thoroughly. His book is easily readable and provocative while being entertaining. A remarkable contribution."--David O. Carpenter, MD, director, Institute for Health and the Environment, School of Public Health, State University of New York at Albany
"Few individuals today are able to grasp the entirety of a scientific subject and present it in a highly engaging manner, in plain English, without losing any of the details. In The Invisible Rainbow, Firstenberg has done just that with one of the most pressing but neglected problems of our technological age. This book, which as a medical doctor I found hard to put down, explores the relationship between electricity and life from beginning to end: from the early eighteenth century to today, and from the point of view of the physician, the physicist, and the average person in the street. Firstenberg makes a compelling case that the major diseases of civilization--heart disease, diabetes, and cancer--are in large part related to the pollution of our world by electricity."--Bradley Johnson, MD, Amen Clinic, San Francisco
"Firstenberg is a pioneer in the sense that Rachel Carson was a pioneer."--Chellis Glendinning, PhD, author of When Technology Wounds
"I found it to be a mystery unfolding and could not put it down. It shines a new light on diseases that come from electrical development, and addresses current environmental crises that only a few yet realize are the consequence of electrosmog. This book is very, very important."--Sandy Ross, PhD, president, Health and Habitat, Inc.
"I was stunned by this book. It is an extremely valuable document about an increasingly widespread environmental health risk to which we are all exposed. I am overwhelmed with admiration for what Firstenberg has accomplished."--William E. Morton, MD, DrPH, professor emeritus, Oregon Health Sciences University--このテキストは、paperback版に関連付けられています。
Arthur Firstenberg is a scientist and journalist who is at the forefront of a global movement to tear down the taboo surrounding this subject. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University with a degree in mathematics, he attended the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine from 1978 to 1982. Injury by X-ray overdose cut short his medical career. For the past thirty-eight years he has been a researcher, consultant, and lecturer on the health and environmental effects of electromagnetic radiation, as well as a practitioner of several healing arts.--このテキストは、paperback版に関連付けられています。
- ASIN : B084SZW2LC
- 出版社 : Chelsea Green Publishing; Illustrated版 (2020/3/9)
- 発売日 : 2020/3/9
- 言語 : 英語
- ファイルサイズ : 38328 KB
- Text-to-Speech（テキスト読み上げ機能） : 有効
- X-Ray : 有効
- Word Wise : 有効
- 本の長さ : 546ページ
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: - 25,957位洋書 (の売れ筋ランキングを見る洋書)
Firstenberg's research is meticulous and wide ranging. He discusses evidence of harm not only in biological organisms - animals and insects included, but also in plants and foliage.
What struck me most was the connection he drew between flu pandemics and the adoption and mass installation of electrical technology on a global scale.
It is thus clear that there is a strong case that 5G technology is/ will be harmful when fully utilised. The fact that the main stream media and social media platforms are censoring and belittling those who believe this shows how pathetically ill read they are, biased, while being disgracefully agenda driven.
This is a must read book that is well researched and contains a huge bibliography for cross referencing.
Overall, it's well written, engaging – and not a little bit terrifying. It's obviously extremely well researched and referenced (half the book is taken up with all the references!). The physics checks out as far as I'm concerned (although I'm not an expert in radio communications or cell phone towers). I don't suffer from any obvious signs of EM-sensitivity, and none of my friends do, but if there are some genuine, albeit subtle, negative effects on human and animal health from RF radiation, then it's important the world wakes up to it. Might what he's talking about be similar to the Teflon scandal (see the recent film Dark Waters)?
But what gives me just a hint of caution is Firstenberg's over-willingness to attribute the problems he sees purely to the effects of EM radiation. When he says things like "thus the only possible conclusion is that RF radiation is the cause" it makes me worried... The rapid spread in RF emission across the world has come together with all sorts of other changes - in exercise levels, in other environmental pollutants, in work stress, to name a few. I think he's too quick to dismiss them.
To me, the book would have been more convincing if he'd evaluated other possible causes of the effects he was seeing with a little more consideration. I want to believe what he's saying, but when you're speaking out against an overwhelming opposition, your arguments have got to be impeccable.
A quarter of this book is references. A QUARTER. This guy has done his research and it's good to had vindication for the fact people, on a wide scale, suffer from this radiation.
Read it for your health, your children, and the future of humanity, and I say this with all sincerity.
I found it interesting that there seems to be a correlation between electrification and the increase of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes. A mechanism in which cells are stopped from metabolising normally and take on anaerobic/cancerous forms is compelling.
Yes, all the evidence is there folks. But for most people they will need an attractive well spoken newsreader to "tell them" all of this. And of course this isn't happening soon.
I have now connected my PC by cable rather than using the WiFi. I have switched off a WiFi repeater. I rarely use my mobile phone now. And I have replaced my cordless phone with a corded one.
On some topics there is a little too much detail for my needs; for some reason we're given lots of details about the ear; I skipped this section. I think the book might deserve an abridgement.
(Simon Smith - author of "Fake Aliens And The Phony Nuke World Order")
Very interesting and very helpful!