Explosive military document shows true effects of 5G

Released 1994 in final dire warning before 1997 onslaught of cellular phone industry hockey-stick growth.



PDF — RF MW Radiation Biological Effects Safety Standards Scott M Bolen 1994 ADA282886

The report titled “Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation Biological Effects and Safety Standards: A Review” by Scott M. Bolen, published in June 1994 by the Rome Laboratory of the Air Force Materiel Command, explores the biological effects of radiofrequency/microwave (RF/MW) radiation on human tissue and reviews safety standards for exposure. It acknowledges that electromagnetic radiation has biological effects, including warmth sensations to serious physiological damage, and potential cancer risks. The report reviews American National Standards Institute (ANSI) safety standards, the United States Air Force permissible exposure limits, and research from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. It discusses the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) as a measure of radiation absorbed by the body and the impact of factors like frequency, tissue hydration, and body orientation on energy absorption. The report also compares different safety standards, highlighting discrepancies between Western countries and the more conservative standards in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, which emphasize nonthermal effects. Overall, the document stresses the importance of adhering to safety guidelines to mitigate the harmful effects of RF/MW radiation exposure.




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