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B. Blake Levitt on Electromagnetic Pollution

B. Blake Levitt is an award-winning journalist who has specialized in medical and science writing for nearly two decades. She has researched the biological effects of nonionizing radiation since the late 1970's, and has authored two books, Cell Towers, Wireless Convenience? or Environmental Hazard?, and Electromagnetic Fields, A Consumer?s Guide To The Issues And How To Protect Ourselves.

I'm sure you've noticed more and more towers of various shapes, sizes, and functions popping up around your home. In fact, at this very moment we're both immersed in all kinds of electromagnetic fields that are seriously messing with our bodies. In our interview, Blake begins by discussing the energetics of life, and how living organisms function electromagnetically in synch with the Earth. With an understanding of how life naturally functions, it is much easier to understand the threats that electromagnetic pollution poses to the health of the planet. From there, Blake goes on to discuss all kinds of health effects related to different kinds of electromagnetic pollution.

There a lot of very frightening reasons why cell phone towers, wireless internet, radio frequencies, and power lines are just bad, bad news. Are rising rates of cancer, mental illness, depression, anxiety, sleeplessness, suicide, and a host of other problems really worth all this technology? Are our lives really improved by these technologies, and if so, to what extent? Even further, who benefits most from this technology? I hope this interview can empower you to seek to change the awful direction our Earth is headed in.

Personally, I can't wait for the solar storms of 2012.

Part 1 20:10
Part 2 23:46

Recorded August 2, 2006