A recent study found that the average human attention span has fallen from an average of twelve seconds to eight seconds, which is now lower than a goldfish’s nine second attention span. If you can make it to the end of this short article, I will explain why.
The occupational safety hazards of microwave exposure from radar have been accepted and well documented in the military and in the aviation industry for decades, yet the general population in the US is now exposed to high levels wireless (in the microwave band) with almost no protection or disclosures about public health effects. The United States is also currently experiencing an epidemic of chronic health issues, including developmental disorders like autism and ADHD, and mental health conditions, which have increased dramatically over the last twenty years.
I live in Silicon Valley and it took me about ten years to link my own health decline to exposure from microwaves, wireless, and dirty electricity. Many people across the country are now experiencing wireless levels similar to what I was exposed to over ten years ago with similar symptoms (insomnia, ear ringing, headaches, inflammation, attention, and memory issues). It is also important to know that Silicon Valley is experiencing a decline in mental health, most notably a teen suicide cluster in Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley. Palo Alto has stronger cell towers and allows them to be placed closer to schools and residential areas than most of the surrounding cities in Silicon Valley.
Current levels of wireless exposure are unsafe and unsustainable. It is inevitable that people will experience a decline in their health and functioning due to this exposure to wireless. There are thousands of peer reviewed and published studies that discuss the symptoms of wireless exposure and even explain the underlying biological mechanisms of harm with new studies being published every week. Like me, you may be surprised to discover how much research is out there and how much impact it is currently having on your health.
This short 5-minute video outlines this issue in slightly more depth and detail: