Wireless Radiation:
It destroys T-cells and B-cells, imperative for fighting infection!
Any technology that disarms the human immune system is undeniably a weapon of mass destruction. What HIV-AIDS does well, microwave radiation does even better. While HIV-AIDS gradually subverts and disables human immune cells, microwaves quickly kill human immune cells--dead!
 Adding to an already huge international database showing that microwave radiation radically disrupts human immunity, medical researchers recently demonstrated that cell phone radiation efficiently destroys peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) in human blood. These protective cells are critical to health and viability of the human body.

   Seen above is an electron microscope image of normal circulating human blood. This picture shows red blood cells and several types of white blood cells, including the type of PBMCs known as lymphocytes. Lymphocytes include the incredibly important T-cells and B-cells which are imperative for fighting infection and for protecting against allergic reactions to foreign materials in a highly-polluted world. PBMCs play a critical role in protection against neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson's, Alzheimer's) and they also protect against aging.

   A team of medical scientists exposed human blood to microwave radiation propagated at a frequency of 900 megahertz, a wave energy which whipsaws the polarity of human cells 900 million times per second. This is the frequency used by federal scientists to induce horrendous cancers in test rats as reported in 2016 in regards to the NTP cell phone study. This is also the frequency which millions of Wi-users blast into their brains, eyes and thyroid glands during a GSM cell phone call. The 800 to 900 megahertz channel frequencies blaze non-stop from many cell tower and roof top antennas nationwide. The 900 megahertz spectrum is deployed by smart meters polluting millions of American homes. In other words, 900 megahertz is a frequency realm to which everyone in the USA is now endlessly exposed.
  In this study, the scientists punished human blood cells with 900 MHz at only two-thirds of the microwave power density allowed by the FCC and FDA for Wi-devices. These scientists then watched 37% of the PBMCs die during radiation exposures lasting only two to eight hours: “….This is the so-called mitochondrial pathway of apoptosis (cell death) and has been demonstrated step by step by our experimental results. As described previously, the ROS activation was induced by DNA damage and the disturbance on protein and lipid conformation, suggesting that DNA, protein, and lipid probably are the targets of the GSM RF/EMF [900 megahertz cell phone] radiation on human PBMC. On the other hand, human PBMC seem to have a self-protection mechanism of releasing carotenoid in response to oxidative stress to inhibit the further increase of ROS (destructive free radicals). However, it cannot stop the process of cell death if the exposure continues.…We strongly ask for more concern on the possible hazardous health effects of exposure to the radiation of GSM RF/EMF emitted from the mobile phone relay stations or devices as it can cause 37% human PBMC death in eight hours.”

   This is additional confirmation of how efficiently Wi-radiation destroys both human DNA and human immunity in a tiny space of time. More studies are needed to ascertain what actually happens to the blood immune cells of people chronically exposed to Wi-Fi radiation in the gigahertz range. If ubiquitous 900 million hertz literally erases 37 percent of human lymphocytes after only eight hours of exposure, is anyone curious as to what will become of human immunity, additionally and continuously assaulted with driver-assist and V2V radar, plus the upcoming 5G millimeter wave technologies, all pulsing the flesh at mega-billions of cycles per second?
 The study:
“Reactive Oxygen Species and Apoptosis in Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Induced by 900 MHz Phone Radiation," Lu et al., Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 2012, Article 740280.