In the War on Insects: Nature Becomes Silent

“Our ill-fated desire to control nature as well as our tendency to ignore our own complicity in its destruction for profit was the focus of a seminal 1962 book, “Silent Spring”. … Rachel Carson, a marine biologist, and author of  “Silent Spring”, was first a lover of nature and a poet. Through her astute observations of nature, careful documentation and gifted writing, she was able to bring attention to the devastating and long lasting effects of pesticides which continue to impact all wildlife and species, including humans… There are many similarities between the silent spring created in cities and farms from pesticides and that of wireless technology with the rapid and widespread adoption of cell towers.” Wireless Silent Spring, Cindy Russell, MD.

Wireless Technology Acts as an Environmental Toxin Also Silencing Nature

Wireless Silent Spring, published in the October 2018 issue of the Santa Clara County Medical Association Bulletin,  serves as one of many warnings of the dangers of wireless technology which is engulfing our homes, neighborhoods and now wild areas… and also silencing nature. The article discusses the scientific evidence and observations regarding the impacts of wireless technology on the environment including birds, bees, amphibians and plants.  Scientists have discovered that many animals use the Earth’s low energy magnetic field to navigate and that the increase in manmade artificial pulsed electromagnetic fields interferes with bird and bee navigation. The resonance effect explains why 5G technology is especially harmful to insects. These are among the many aspects of wireless radiation impacts on natural biologic processes described in the article.

Pesticides and Wireless Technology Parallels

Dr. Russell carefully examines the many parallels between the introduction, toxic effects and industry deception in the use of pesticides noted in Rachel Carson’s   “Silent Spring” and wireless technology. Several scientific review articles from researchers working in this field for many  decades are highlighted and specific recommendations from scientists listed. A full list of references is provided.    Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring is highly recommended as an enlightening and inspiring book that reminds us that protecting the environment from all toxic exposures is an ongoing and critical effort we all must be aware of and addressing.

Wireless Silent Spring- Color Graphic version online   http://www.sccma-mcms.org/Portals/19/SilentSpringAticle_color_pr2.pdf   or _Wireless Silent Spring, SCCMA Oct 2, 2018 PDF

Wireless Silent Spring- Black and White version   http://www.sccma-mcms.org/Portals/19/Wireless%20Silent%20Spring%20%20SCCMA%20Oct%202018%20%20Final%20PDF_1.pdf

 

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