'Mobilize' - Official Trailer

ForbiddenKnowledgeTV: [ MobilizeMovie.com ]#sthash.hTfjaSpz.dpuf Alexandra Bruce
[ May 19, 2014]

Drastic Spike of Brain Cancers In All Age Groups, Over the Past Decade!

'Mobilize' is an investigative

documentary that explores the

potential long-term health effects

from cell phone radiation including

brain cancer and infertility. This

thought-provoking film examines

the most recent scientific research

and the challenges politicians face

trying to pass cell phone safety

legislation. Through interviews with

expert researchers, major mobile

associates, and prominent politicians,

'Mobilize' presents a balanced and

insightful observation about this

unspoken health issue.

Anecdotally, I can say that a childhood

friend of mine, in Rio de Janeiro who is

a prominent cardiologist there personally

told me that over the past decade, in the

hospital where he works, he has seen a

tremendous spike in gliomas and other

brain cancers, in *all* age groups, leading

him to suspect that this cancer plume is a

result of the contemporaneous use of cell

phones by all age groups. The cell phone

industry is booming in Brazil. with more

than one third of all mobile users in

Latin America and the Caribbean, with

market penetration upward of 132% and

still growing by about 7% annually.

The cellphone industry, which this film

shows will stop at nothing to silence people

and destroy the lives of people who come

forward with the truth of such findings. http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/radiation-poisoning/mobilize-...
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A Film by Nadav Neuhaus.

In our increasingly interconnected

world, technology feels inescapable.

But what if the same devices that

are supposed to make our lives

easier were actually threatening

our health?

A small but growing number of people

claim to suffer from electromagnetic

hypersensitivity, more commonly

known as EHS. The condition causes

people to feel sick in the presence of

the electromagnetic waves that

emanate from virtually all modern


Anything from a cell phone tower to

a wireless router to a refrigerator can

trigger feelings of nausea, dizziness,

heart palpitations and even rashes on

the skin, according to the World Health

Organization. People who say they suffer

from EHS can feel sick merely from the

presence of a nearby cell phone.

Prominent figures, such as Gro Harlem

Brundtland, former chair of WHO and

prime minister of Norway, say they are


EHS is controversial, though, because

doctors cannot diagnose it. Studies of

people who suffer from EHS have not

revealed a consistent link between the

presence of electromagnetic radiation and

the display of EHS symptoms. A common

feature of the malady is that the onset is

sudden and unexpected by its sufferers

and that it is seemingly inexplicable, as

dozens of misdiagnoses are made and the

afflicted go on a wild goose chase, sometime

spending their net worths in search for some

relief from its symptoms.

Although a WHO study of current scientific

evidence determined that there are no current

known health consequences for exposure to

low-level electromagnetic fields, some doctors,

such as David Carpenter, director of the

University of Albany's School of Public Health,

have argued that more independent studies

are needed and that exposure to electromagnetic

waves should be reduced as a precaution.

The lack of hard evidence that electromagnetic

waves lead to EHS means that EHS is not an

officially recognized medical diagnosis in the US.

In Europe, various surveys have indicated that

between one and ten percent of the population

suffers from the symptoms of EHS. In Sweden,

people can claim disability benefits, if their

symptoms are severe enough.

Though the science backing up EHS is scant

(with some researchers believing the condition is

psychological), the effects that people feel from it

are very real. Sufferers line their homes with

aluminum foil to block electromagnetic waves, or

sleep in underground bunkers to avoid wireless


People with more drastic symptoms have to seek

out places far removed from technology. Green

Bank, W. Va., for instance, is the location of the

US Radio Quiet Zone, a 13,000-square-mile area

where many types of electromagnetic signals are

banned because they could interfere with the

world's largest steerable radio telescope.

It's become the home of many who have essentially

abandoned the modern world. With Wi-Fi and cell

phone coverage spreading further all the time, it

may one day be their only place of refuge.

Alexandra Bruce
May 22, 2014

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