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EMFs and Animals and Plants

Q. Are animals more affected by EMFs than adults?
A. 
It has not been shown that they are more or less affected than humans. And, as with humans, it's an individual issue. All people and animals are affected, but some manifest sensitivity more than others. It's complex, too, because the effects are cumulative. The more you are subjected to these fields the more sensitive you get, and this is true of your animals as well. It's true, too, that some of the effects take years to show up. Cancer is in this category. There have been reported cases where dogs have left their homes and disappeared after a smart meter was installed at their home. It is true that many animals are more sensitive, not only to higher and lower frequencies of sound than we are, but also to higher and lower frequencies and degrees of EMFs. It has also been reported that cows are very sensitive to electric fields. For example, they get sick, and do not produce as much milk. Chickens lay fewer eggs.


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         If you are not yet sure about 5G, read this November 5, 2018 account of birds in the Netherlands dropping dead just after a 5G tower was installed where the birds congregate. Autopsies on the birds revealed no diseases, no poisoning. The only change was the introduction of the 5G cell tower.
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         In this October, 2018 video, beekeeper and citizen scientist mickeytwonames  delivers a somewhat quirky but easy-to-understand presentation of some very serious information — how we are all involved in digital insecticide on a massive scale without knowing it, and what it means for the future of humanity.
         EMF = electromagnetic fields
         EMR = electromagnetic radiation 


       This 2009 literature review by biologist Alfonso Balmori shows the effects of cell tower radiation on birds, mammals, amphibians, insects, trees, and plants — especially on their nervous, cardiovascular, immune, and reproductive systems.


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         Newsweek magazine published this article by Dana Dovey on May 19, 2018.
Dovey says, "This is not a new finding, as studies dating back for years have come to the same conclusion."  Dovey writes, "... a new [EKLIPSE] report further confirm[s} that electromagnetic radiation from power lines and cell towers can disorientate birds and insects and destroy plant health." 

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