October 3, 2020
By B.N. Frank
Last summer Activist Post reported about naval pilots concerned about high levels of electromagnetic radiation in cockpits making them more vulnerable to cancer and early death. A few months ago, American senators introduced a bill asking to study this possibility. Now the U.S. military is asking for research to determine if exposure is also making pilots dangerously disoriented.
From 5G Crisis:
In 1971, research funded by the U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute revealed that exposure to non-ionizing radiation (also known as cell phone radiation, wireless radiation, and WiFi) can cause a multitude of symptoms and illnesses including dizziness, lack of concentration, and memory loss. More damning research since 1971 has also been funded by the American government (see 1, 2, 3). Additional research has also determined exposure is harmful (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). This includes evidence that it weakens the blood-brain barrier which can cause it to leak (see 1, 2).U.S. Military Fears Electromagnetic Radiation in Cockpits Severely Harms Pilots’ Health
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) recently published a proposal titled, “Impact of Cockpit Electro-Magnetics on Aircrew Neurology,” calling for research into how electromagnetic radiation emitted from high-powered electronics affects pilots’ neurological and cognitive function. According to Forbes’ reporting, the radiation “could be making pilots so disoriented that they crash their planes.”
The following information was published in DARPA’s research proposal:
“Current cockpits are flooded with radio frequency (RF) noise from on-board emissions, communication links, and navigation electronics, including strong electromagnetic (EM) fields from audio headsets and helmet tracking technologies. Pilots often report minor cognitive performance challenges during flight, and from 1993 to 2013, spatial disorientation in US Air Force pilots accounted for 72 Class A mishaps, 101 deaths, and 65 aircraft lost. It has been hypothesized that the cockpit RF and EM fields may influence cognitive performance including task saturation, misprioritization, complacency and Spatial Disorientation. However, EM fields and radio waves in cockpits are not currently monitored, little effort has been made to shield pilots from these fields, and the potential impacts of these fields on cognition have not been assessed.”
Read the full news article from Forbes here. Read DARPA’S full research proposal (N203-109) here.
Nevertheless, American Veteran Affairs is treating veterans in 5G-enabled hospitals. It was also recently announced that 5000 U.S. military troops will be wearing electromagnetic radiation emitting devices for early illness detection. Doesn’t make sense, does it?
Thanks to: https://www.activistpost.com