The two SMUSD cell towers were built without any building permits, inspections or tests.

The two SMUSD cell towers were built without any building permits, inspections or tests.
Cell tower fires cannot be fought with water or foam and are left to burn out on its own. Century windstorms have exceeded the wind ratings of the cell towers and the seismic rating of the cell towers are unknown. In 2000 Los Angeles Unified School District banned cell towers on and near school campuses.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Silent Wireless Spring

"Since they began this line of research in 1988, Dr. Leif Salford and his colleagues at
Lund University Hospital in Sweden had exposed over 1,600 experimental animals to low-level microwave radiation. Their results were consistent and worrisome: microwave radiation, including radiation from cell phones, caused the blood-brain barrier—the brain’s first line of defense against infections and toxic chemicals—to leak."

"Now, in a study published June 2003 in Environmental Health Perspectives, Salford’s team repeated the experiment on 32 additional animals, but this time waited eight weeks before sacrificing them and examining their brains. In those animals that had been exposed to a cell phone, up to two percent of the neurons in all areas of the brain were
shrunken and degenerated

"Salford, chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at his institution, called the
potential implications “terrifying.” “We have good reason to believe,” he said, “that what
happens in rats’ brains also happens in humans.” Referring to today’s teenagers, the study’s
authors wrote that “a whole generation of users may suffer negative effects, perhaps as early as in middle age.”

"Also in 2003, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory in the Netherlands published theresults of a study commissioned by three Dutch ministries. In double-blind experiments, in sessions lasting 35 minutes, human volunteers were exposed to radiation mimicking common residential exposure to third generation (UMTS) cell towers. Exposed subjects frequently reported one or more of the following: dizziness and nausea, shortness of breath, numbness and tingling, inability to concentrate, irritability, nervousness, headaches, fatigue, weakness, muscle pains, heart palpitations and chest pain.2  “The result of the study,” wrote the authors, “is that a statistically significant relation was found between the presence of radio frequency fields resembling UMTS base station signals and the experience of well being by the subjects.” The researchers thus confirmed, under laboratory conditions, the existence of a microwave syndrome that at least 23 teams of scientists in 16 countries have reported to be widespread in the vicinity of cell towers, and among users of cell phones.

"Also in 2003, Spanish ornithologist Alfonso Balmori Martínez published a warning about bird populations. Seeking to explain the decline of so many avian species in his country, he took bird censuses and observed nesting behavior among white storks, house sparrows, starlings, white wagtails, kestrels, rock doves, magpies, collared doves, greenfinches, great tits, serins, wrens, green woodpeckers, short toed treecreepers, and Bonelli’s warblers. He found that breeding failures and population declines were significantly more common within 200 meters of a cell tower, and in areas where measured levels of microwave radiation were high.3

"In France, Santini et al. reported that over half the exposed population was affected. The radiation seemed to hit young adults in their twenties and thirties the hardest; among this age group, 53% of those who lived within 300 meters of a cell tower had disturbed sleep, compared with only 12.5% of those who did not live near a cell tower; 82.4% had fatigue, compared with 25% of those with no tower nearby; 57.6% had headaches, compared with 18.2% of those with no tower nearby.44"

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