COVER-UP: FCC concealed cell phone radiation exceeding safety limits

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cell-phone-radiation(NaturalHealth365)  Have you ever questioned whether using a cell phone is safe?  If you’re like most people, you might feel like a guinea pig when using mobile phones, especially if you were among the first to buy a smartphone in the late 2000s.

A new report from the Environmental Health Trust sheds light on the truth about cell phone radiation.  Brace yourself because the next sentence might send chills down your spine, especially if you are addicted to your smartphone.  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was aware that cell phones exceed established limits for safe radiation exposure, concealing the danger from both consumers and the courts for years.

The FCC breached the public’s trust when hiding cell phone radiation danger

Testing conducted by the FCC revealed that some of the top cell phone makers exceeded the allowed radiation exposure limits for wireless electronic devices.  In a just world, those manufacturers would have immediately acknowledged the excessive radiation levels and taken steps to reduce them to safe levels.  Instead, they did the exact opposite, keeping the excessive radiation a secret for years.

The report highlights how holding a cell phone close to the body exposes users to unsafe levels of wireless radiation.  Given the context, the concealment of this information is even more alarming.

At the time the FCC hid the testing results, several lawsuits were ongoing that focused on the threat of cell phone radiation to human health.  Had the radiation testing results been made public, the outcomes of those lawsuits likely would have favored the plaintiffs suing the negligent cell phone makers.

The bottom line of Big Tech was prioritized over the human condition

The FCC’s willingness to keep the truth about cellular phone radiation under wraps for years makes it clear that those who make and enforce consumer protection laws have been compromised.  Every consumer should be aware of the dystopian alliance between the FCC and Big Tech, understanding that the commission went to great lengths to protect the profits of the industry it is meant to regulate.

In total, the FCC concealed the truth about five phones that exceeded the radiation limit of 1.6 watts per kilogram.  The five phones are as follows:

  • Motorola Moto g6
  • Samsung Galaxy J3
  • Samsung Galaxy S9
  • BLU Vivo 5 Mini
  • Apple iPhone XS

The Samsung Galaxy J3 was the most dangerous phone, testing at 5.20 watts per kilogram.  The Samsung Galaxy S9 measured 4.52 watts per kilogram.  The other three phones tested slightly above or below 2 watts per kilogram.

The FCC phone testing occurred in 2019, yet it sat on the results, remaining tight-lipped until the fall of 2023.  The harsh reality is it is not safe to carry a cell phone in a pants pocket or hold such a device against one’s head for a lengthy conversation.

Ways to minimize exposure to dangerous cell phone radiation

Recognize that the FCC is now subservient to Big Tech instead of hardworking taxpayers like you and respond accordingly.

If you plan on engaging in a lengthy phone conversation with a loved one or friend, use a traditional landline phone or videoconference with that person on the web.  Additionally, if you are put on hold when calling a company’s customer service, assume that the hold time will span 30+ minutes and place your phone on a desk or another surface.  Turn on the speakerphone capability, so the device remains far away from your head.

Do not carry your phone in your pocket.  Use an attached carrying pouch such as a purse or backpack.  Be mindful of your phone screen time.  Check your daily and weekly screen time regularly.  If your screen time stats show you are using the device for more than an hour a day, take breaks from the highly addictive device to enjoy time in nature and with family and friends.

Sources for this article include:

PRNewswire.com
Childrenshealthdefense.org

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