Radar Roads: A Trip to More Mandatory Carcinogen

     The current basic dogma of official USA and Canada is this:
The more carcinogen pumped into the human body, the safer the world will be!
   Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) rank among the most biologically-hostile weapons yet developed in the Microwave Age. Most new consumer vehicles sold in the U.S. are shooting powerful microwave and millimeter wave radiation --over a maximum distance of hundreds of meters--  into the brains and bodies of: drivers, passengers, pedestrians, bike riders, auto mechanics, outdoor workers/sporters and people within windowed buildings alongside roadways. Many commercial vehicles are also powerful radar emitters.  [1]  
 Automotive radar excretes: pulse-Doppler and continuous-wave frequency modulated signals.
   From a biological perspective, these are nasty systems. A pulse-Dopler automotive radar, using a single antenna to send and receive, requires high peak transmit power to detect targets over long distances. The continuous-wave radars, using separate antennas to send and receive, propagate frequency modulated (FM) radio signals that increase in frequency over the time of the sweep. [2]  Automotive radars are designed for use at very close proximity to human bodies, both inside and outside of vehicles.
  The vehicle drawing above shows how radar transmitters beam a variety of carcinogenic energies from various sites around the vehicle. Cameras are mounted on side view mirrors, the windshield and the back end. In 2018, backup cameras became mandatory equipment for new vehicles sold in both USA and Canada. Many of these cameras are wireless and pollute for up to 100 feet with 900 megahertz and/or 2.4 gigahertz. Lidar laser beam scanners and 3D ultra sound sensors are also components of many ADAS systems. It is not difficult to locate research information on the many ways that laser beams and ultrasound can disturb or damage the human body, i.e., hearing, eyesight and brain function.
     Current ADAS Systems include:
 Blind Spot Warning Systems (BSW)
 Emergency Braking Systems (EBS)
Forward and Rear Collision Warning
 Lane Departure Warning
Adaptive Cruise Control 
Parking Assistance
   Three types of radar are incorporated within an ADAS-equipped vehicle. Short-range radar (SRR) beams from one to 20 meters for blind-spot detection and lane-change assistance; medium-range radar (MRR) beams from one to 60 meters for detection of objects; and long-range radar (LRR) detects objects at distances up to 250 meters. [3] This means that ADAS-equipped vehicles can radar-assault human bodies at up to 700 feet away. People inside of radar vehicles are literally submerged in this massive composite energy which bounces and reflects to slam through glass windows, just as police radar does. Neither vehicle manufacturers nor the sales industries are informing automotive consumers about radar health risks. There is virtually no published data showing that ADAS systems have been scientifically certified as safe for nearfield exposure of human DNA, brain, heart or reproductive organs.
    There are currently two main frequency ranges beaming from auto radar:
Submillimeter waves: 21.65-26.65 gigahertz  
Millimeter waves: 77-81 gigahertz  [4]
   An industry source elaborates: "Automotive radar sensors are mounted for detection of objects to the front, rear, and sides of a vehicle. Both pulse-Doppler and continuous-wave frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar technologies can serve ADAS applications at 24 or 77 GHz, although 24-GHz systems are being phased out by 2022 in favor of 77-GHz automotive radar systems. With wave lengths that are one-third the size of 24-GHz systems, 77-GHz radars make it possible to use smaller antennas and other components while still achieving greater detection range with higher resolution than 24-GHz systems." [5] These signals are managed by mixed signal semiconductors and high powered central processing units that send messages to a computer for driver instruction.
  Car and truck manufacturers are free to develop their own unique ADAS systems. The allowable power density of these millimeter wave emitters is determined by the Electronic Communications Committee (ECC), a subsidiary of the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT), a sister organization to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) of the United Nations Organization. [6] In 2017, the FCC "harmonized" its spectrum allotments for automotive radar with European rules so that foreign automakers can introduce new carcinogenic technologies to the U.S. faster. [7]
  ECC's industry-friendly rules allow the power density of automotive radar waves to range from a peak limit of 600 volts per meter (10 times the FCC limit for public microwave radiation exposure) down to .06 volts per meter. [8] These absurdly dangerous limits are meaningless because there is no U.S. regulatory agency verifying compliance. As with smart phone makers now churning out devices that hugely exceed exposure standards, auto radar manufacturers are also on their own with no oversight whatever.
   Manufacturers are not required to reduce the power density of radar signals when a vehicle is idling. At stop lights, or in traffic jams and parking lots, newer vehicles continue to infuse human flesh with powerful streams of high-frequency radar. [9] When multiple cars are contaminating a congested area, numerous frequencies and modulations create aggregate signal "interference" for both machines and bodies. People in harm's way have neither ability to identify the millimeter wave frequencies they are absorbing, nor a way to quantify the power densities of their constant, but ever-changing exposure.
  Using available FCC data, Dr. Ronald N. Kostoff, who holds a Ph.D. in Aerospace and Mechanical Sciences from Princeton University, recently made some calculations on power density that might be expected from current automotive radar systems. He reports: "In slow moving traffic on a super highway, if there was nine meters separation between the bumper of the car behind and the driver of the car ahead, there could be as much as 220,000 microwatts/square meter [28 volts per meter] radiating the driver/passengers of the front vehicle...If you're walking on a crosswalk in front of stopped traffic, you may be even closer than three meters to the bumper, and could be exposed directly full body to a million microwatts/square meter [61 volts per meter]." These are astronomical exposures when scientific data verifies health-damaging effects of human exposures at .006 volts per meter or less. [10] 
  A research affiliate at the Georgia Institute of Technology and author of over 200 peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Kostoff has written:"There is no reason to believe today that ANY of the exposure limits on potentially toxic stimuli that have been set by ANY of the regulatory agencies are fully protective against serious adverse health effects....Some exposure limits, such as those on RFR [radiofrequency radiation], offer essentially no protection for athermal exposures, based on what has been demonstrated and reported in biological literature." [11] 
So what happens to the human eye
when infused with nearfield 77 billion hertz radar
at a screaming 61 volts per meter????
   Millimeter waves especially affect the human eye and the skin. This non-ionizing radiation thickens the lens of the eye as efficiently as UV radiation from the sun, setting the stage for inevitable cataracts. [12] Sweat glands and nerves within the skin transmit gigahertz radiation deeply into the body where the embedded signals become little wave antennas that re-radiate the electromagnetic carcinogen more deeply into tissues (Brouillon precursors). [13] 
   As the ADAS juggernaut evolves along with the 5G rollout, automotive radar will metastasize into vehicle to vehicle (V-2-V) and vehicle to infrastructure (V-2-I) communication systems. This eventuality will increase environmental wave carcinogen exponentially as vehicles transceive pulsed data to each other and to roadside antennas. People chronically injured by in-your-face automotive radar will suffer a wide range of immediate and delayed illnesses and impediments, as confirmed by numerous radar studies conducted since World War II. Dementia, heart disease, eye impairment and the gruesome hemolymphatic (leukemia, lymphoma) cancers have been documented in many of these studies. [14]  But older studies reveal only part of the story because early radar was much lower in frequency than today's millimeter wave radar. Auto radar victims will assuredly have no idea as to the root of their incremental suffering; ditto their physicians. 
  Meantime, a number of entrepreneurs have developed information-gathering radar systems for use inside of structures and vehicles. Allion Labs, a company that performs radar verification tests, reminds us that the future holds limitless transportation exposure to carcinogenic wave carcinogen:
"In recent years, millimeter-wave radar has been applied to driving monitoring and in-vehicle infotainment operation. The 60-GHz radar [millimeter wave] is used to detect the driver’s hand gestures to control the car interface and detect the number and type of passengers to provide safety assistance (i.e., to remind the passengers of a baby in the back seat when leaving the car). [15] Notice in the illustration below the transmitter collar on the baby's thyroid area next to head and eyes. Also, 3D ultrasound sensors are being used inside of vehicles for gesture control of infotainment screens and passenger location via echolocation. [16]
   Microwave carcinogen across the spectrum is well-documented to cause extreme damage to the human nervous system and to efficiently generate severe physical and cognitive impairment for drivers under the influence of these waves. [17] It is therefore highly likely that as the Microwave Age ripens, surviving human populations will become so physically and mentally injured that adults will indeed require not only driverless transportation, but also signal stimuli to provide information that normal people of previous generations could have obtained independently. How brain-damaged does an adult have to be in order to forget that he has placed an infant within the small confines of his own vehicle? Dr. Theodore P. Metsis, a European mechanical environmental, electrical engineer, sums up our perilous future:
  "Modern cars, namely 2018 models, have high low-frequency radiation arising from many wireless sensors incorporated in today's automotive technology....EMFs in a car in motion with brakes applied + ABS activation may well exceed 100 mG. Adding RF radiation from blue tooth, Wi-Fi, the cell phones of the passengers, the 4G antennas laid out all along the major roads plus the radars of cars already equipped with, located behind, left or right of a vehicle, the total EMF and EMR fields will exceed any limits humans can tolerate over a long period of time. With the 5G application and V2V and V2I connectivity, the conditions inside the car will be appalling and this is why we will have autonomous vehicles because driving under these conditions cannot be sustained over a long period. Cars in effect will be microwave ovens on wheels!" [18]
  Wi-transportation is devolution. Medical evidence compiled over six decades overwhelmingly confirms that microwave ovens on wheels deliver to human genetic material a deadly and denatured energy that injures, ages and impresses the flesh towards malignancy. Obviously, the corporate and regulatory vampires in control of the automotive industry believe that you have to "break eggs" to make a radar omelette.
Only in the Microwave Age could SICKNESS AND DEATH be peddled as SAFETY.

1.  Consumer Reports: Car Safety Systems That Could Save Your Life, 06-25-2019.
2.  "Driving Safely With Automotive Radar Systems," electronicdesign.com, December 20, 2019.
3. "Automotive Millimeter Wave Radar Verification Test," allion.com, 2019.
4.  "Driving Safely With Automotive Radar Systems," electronicdesign.com, December 20, 2019.
5.  Ibid.
6.  Wikipedia:  European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations.
7.  "FCC Approves New Spectrum for Vehicle Radar Systems," Reuters, 07-13-2017.
8. "Automotive Radar Sensors: Transmit Signal Analysis and Interference Tests," Ronde & Schwarz, 02-24-2017.
9. "Dr. Ronald N. Kostoff on Automotive Radar and Electromagnetic Field Exposure in Cars," Environmental Health Trust, ehstrust.org.  See Appendices, First e-mail. LINK
10. Immunologist Professor Trevor Marshall reports: "My own group's contribution has been in demonstrating that the human immune system is affected at very low [microwave] levels, being functionally disabled at peak levels as low as .00001uW/cm2 [.00675 V/m]--functionally disabled at levels to which most of the population are exposed these days." Omega Group, omega-today.net, May 14, 2015.  See also: The BioInitiative Report 2012 (2017), Section 2: Statement of the Problem. This document states: "At least five new cell tower studies with base station level at RFR levels ranging from 0.003 uW/cm2 to 0.05 uW/cm2 [converted this is 0.1 to 0.4 V/m2] published since 2007 report headaches, concentration difficulties and behavioral problems in children and adolescents; and sleep disturbances, headaches and concentration problems in adults."

11. Effects of Toxic Stimuli Combinations on Determination Limits, Dr. Ronald N. Kostoff, Research Affiliate, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology Gainesville, VA, 20155.

12.  See Wi-Eyes at this website. LINK
13.  "Introducing Brillion Precursors: Microwave Radiation Runs Deep,"  Scientists for Wired Technology, 2019. See link below.

14.  See the Israeli report on HL radar cancers at Evidence for Cancer at this website. LINK
15. "Automotive Millimeter Wave Radar Verification Test," allion.com.
16.  "3D Ultrasound Automotive," Topsens.com, 2019.
17. "Drivers on Cell Phones Are as Bad as Drunks," University of Utah, Education News, 06-29-2006. LINK There were a number of such damning studies completed a decade ago, showing microwave interference with competent driving skills. But funding for and interest in such research has dried up in the last few years since nearly everyone is now under the influence of smart devices and in-cab wireless systems while driving.
18.  Dr. Metsis' comment is found in Automotive Radar, Dr. Ronald Kostoff,  stopsmartmetersbc.com, September 2018