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"Tex" interviews Beth Lambert, author of Epidemic Answers about the current state of pediatric health in America. Hint - it's not great, but you knew that.
Posted by Age of Autism at October 17, 2012 at 5:44 AM
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"There were no medical interventions for my third child."
Is this code for "no vaccines?" If so, I think that fact should be stated in straightforward way, otherwise most people will not know what you mean. Even though I too eschew wi-fi and cordless phones, I don't think there's any comparison between the risks of the current vaccine schedule and the risk of a cordless phone to a child's brain.
Keep up the great work Beth, but also bear in mind that nothing makes the vaccine industry happier than to see autism blamed on cel phones.
stop big harma |
October 18, 2012 at 05:45 PM
I really don't want to adopt this mangy pet, but...
"EMF is produced by anything that has a motor"
Actually, I've noticed, but the wireless devices are especially bad for me. Cordless phones I can't handle in the house either. Touch screen devices are also pretty bad. In the ear earphones, bad, and any headphone use is not so good.
At the risk of being discounted, I'm mainly trying to express concern that our injured children could also be at greater risk than most to harm from these devices that are becoming so prevalent and that for whatever reason, I'm suddenly immediately sensitive to--I could manage minimal use or proximity before the meters went up in our neighborhood, and I suspect that really affected me.
Just so you know where I'm coming from, I believe I have several family members who have been or are vaccine injured to some degree. I believe my daughter is vaccine injured, or most particularly Hg/Al injured, and avoiding wifi, if we had any exposure, wouldn't have prevented that. I don't know if I am vaccine injured, but I'm sure I am at least mercury toxic and strongly suspect that as part of this wifi problem for me.
The wifi research below may actually implicate the neurotoxins in the vaccine schedule all the more as it shows damage to the BBB, but like I said I don't know how robust the research is or how it relates to various kinds of exposure.
Jeannette Bishop |
October 18, 2012 at 03:12 PM
I like people to know that there is a "perfect storm" of environmental factors that are making our kids sick. While of course vaccines are certainly a root cause for many, not everyone identifies with that (especially parents whose kids have asthma, or allergies etc., and they just don't make the connection). I am trying to unify people and show everyone that there are MANY things in our environment that are contributing to this epidemic. Even though they SHOULD understand the impact of vaccines, they also need to know about other environmental factors that are harmful such as antibiotic use, toxin exposure, EMF exposure, etc. In fact, vaccines are that much more dangerous when given in the context of all these other exposures. Thank you for listening to the interview. Learn more about my views on this epidemic here: www.acompromisedgeneration.com and www.epidemicanswers.org Beth Lambert
Beth Lambert |
October 18, 2012 at 01:40 PM
Not saying wireless devices are good for health, but EMF is produced by anything that has a motor. People can champion their pet environmental factors, but the vaccine schedule is the root cause.
October 17, 2012 at 10:09 PM
Thank you for the interview. I think the message that overall this is an epidemic touching/impacting the lives of nearly everyone is something crucial to get across to people.
Is this the donation link for the film project?
Jeannette Bishop |
October 17, 2012 at 03:39 PM
The wireless "smart" meters have gone in up my neighborhood and a low level sensitivity to sitting next to a powered-up cell phone (I used to feel a headache coming on after about 20 minutes) has turned into a much more immediate sensitivity. I've had to banish any wifi device from use in the house and stay away from people a lot, especially any sit down around environment like church.
We never had cell phones when our children were young and my daughter was injured, but I think I have to consider them a factor my daughter also needs to avoid. And I wonder, what if a neighbor we shared walls with had a phone charging next to my daughters' bed each night?
The following are some things I have found online. I'm not sure how robust this research is. I don't know if lower frequencies equate to further distance from a device, but some of this suggests to me that "second hand" wifi could be a significant factor in some toxin induced brain injury:
"The weakest exposure level showed the greatest effect in opening the BBB ."
3.1.2. Blood–brain barrier alterations
Central nervous system effects of EMFs may also be secondary to damage to the blood–brain barrier (BBB). The blood–brain barrier is a critical structure that prevents toxins and other large molecules that are in peripheral blood from having access to the brain matter itself. Salford et al.  have reported that a 2-h exposure of rats to GSM-900 radiation with a SAR of 2–200 mW/kg resulted in nerve cell damage. In a follow-up study, Eberhardt et al. report that 2-h exposures to cell phone GSM microwave RF resulted in leakage of albumin across the blood–brain barrier and neuronal death . Neuronal albumin uptake was significantly correlated to occurrence of damaged neurons when measured at 28 days post-exposure. The lowest exposure level was 0.12 mW/kg (0.00012 W/kg) for 2 h. The highest exposure level was 120 mW/kg (0.12 W/kg). The weakest exposure level showed the greatest effect in opening the BBB . Earlier blood–brain studies by Salford and Schirma- cher [120,121] report similar effects.
"The recommendation, which includes reference to 20 peer-reviewed studies showing biological harm from wireless technologies, indicates that patients with neurological, neurodegenerative diseases, genetic defects, cancer, and other conditions would benefit from avoiding pulsed RF radiation from smart meters."
Electromagnetic Fields and Leakage of the Blood Brain Barrier: Dr. Leif Salford
(around 15 minute mark, Dr. Salford mentions albumin role in seizures)
Jeannette Bishop |
October 17, 2012 at 02:32 PM
There were no wireless stuff floating in the air in 1980 and 1986 when my kids were reacting to their vaccines.
Just don't want any confusion on that matter.
October 17, 2012 at 09:49 AM
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