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“Synthetic Electric Shock” — From Electrification to 5G WiFi

In a medical hypothesis by Samuel Milham of Washington State Department of Health (2009) entitled  “Historical evidence that electrification caused the 20th century epidemic of diseases of civilisation” Milham reveals that once Thomas Edison began electrifying New York City in 1880, the onward march of electrification correlated with sharp rises in cardiovascular disease, diabetes, suicide and cancer.  Whereas on farms and countryside areas which lagged a long way behind urban areas in acquiring electrification, incidences of such disease were barely ever seen. It was not until the 1950s that the majority of US farms got hooked-up onto electrical power.  Read more...



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