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Meria With Dr. Kerry Crofton – Wireless Radiation and What To Do About It

Dr. Kerry Crofton

8/10/10 Meria Heller interviews Dr. Kerry Crofton, author of “Wireless Radiation Rescue” ; Tests for human safety? gifting a cell phone to a child; Every 3-5 minutes your phone emits radiation waves; wire connected safest;arches of radiation; 6 factors to consider; wellness begins at home; 4 minutes a day; her work with fighter pilots; cognitive effects of radiation; book flights without internet access; cardiologist Sinatra – concerns for cancer, heart – electrical; San Francisco requires labels for SAR; nature deprived children;etiquette for cell phone use; room by room audit; hybrid cars; bluetooth; bulbs;radio waves; radar; Earth’s magnetic field, digital tv? plasma tv’s ; electro smog detector;older cordless phones; analog baby monitors and more. Great interview, fabulous book.

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4 Responses to "Meria With Dr. Kerry Crofton – Wireless Radiation and What To Do About It"

  1. guygirard says:

    Great show excellent advice

    All true and the latest numbers are 7 years before developping cancers due to microwave emmissions on wifi and cellphones , it is worse for the police and military using their comm systems.

    Like in the old Movie “They Live” if we got rid of all the microwave towers, we and nature could heal and resume normal life in harmony with this planet

    Get rid of the moon and we break out of the prison

  2. Meria says:

    Glad you liked this show. I like putting up shows some may not have heard on the front page each week. More reason to not have a cell phone. !

  3. Patricia says:

    Keep it up Meria. I’ve recently listened to some real jewels in your archives, including this one. Just curious…do you still have a Prius?

  4. Meria says:

    No, I had to trade it in, and got a Camry. The Prius was too expensive and I use very little miles. Glad you’re enjoying the archived jewels!

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