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Part 2 of An Electronic Silent Spring

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Part 2 of An Electronic Silent Spring

a talk given by Katie Singerat the Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth Teach-In (www.ifg.org) at Cooper Union, October 25, 2014

In March of 2014, the CDC reported that one in 42 boys has autism. This number is up by nearly a third since 2012. We don't know the cause of autism nor of this alarming trend. But a Bay Area pediatrician now has a free protocol that includes turning Wi-Fi off at night, and keeping mobile devices away from children.

One family had a non-verbal ten-year-old who screamed from 10pm till 3am every night. Within three days of turning Wi-Fi off and unplugging cordless phones, this boy spoke a complete sentence. This family lived on a military base, but they kept reducing their own EMR emissions, and Dr. Jelter prescribed therapeutic-grade fish oil. After three weeks, the boy's screaming stopped. He slept through the night. His mother's seizure disorder also decreased.

My report, "Calming Behavior in Children with Autism and ADHD," is at electronicsilentspring.com. And you don't need autism to try the protocol.

This video plays the sound of electromagnetic radiation from different sources. I'm showing it because the background radiation here may be too high for us to discern individual devices.

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Please, let's get informed about the biological effects of electronics.

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