With the latest announcement from Apple comes the revelation that the iPhone 7 will not be stocked with headset jacks. Instead, Apple is utilizing a strictly wireless headset to be included with your iPhone 7 purchase. These new headsets, in which have been dubbed “AirPods,” boast water-resistance and the first steps towards a wireless future, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook claims.
However, experts are also claiming that these AirPods release dangerous cancer-causing radiations directly into the brain of the respective user.
Naturally, almost like everything else Apple uses for connectivity, these AirPods will connect directly to your phone via Bluetooth. However, the connection of the Bluetooth to the headset only goes to the right side. From there the right headset will be sending another Bluetooth connection straight to the left headset. It is from this, the radiation transmits directly through your brain.
As reported by Apple, any and all Bluetooth devices do provide some level of RFR (Radiofrequency Radiation). However, they claim this RFR remains within the guidelines set forth by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Yet, Joel Moskowitz from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, with over 200 scientists, have been studying the different types of effects of the electromagnetic fields upon the human body, and has reportedly criticized those guidelines provided by the FCC as being far too lenient.
“We are playing with fire here’ during a conversation with a reporter ‘You are putting a microwave-emitting device next to your brain,” Moskowitz says.
Alongside Moskowitz, several other scientists are stating that Apple’s new wireless setup for the iPhone 7, can provide several health implications for those intending on using this setup on a large scale, saying it can be extremely “daunting.”
In the past, our scientists have claimed that RFR simply does not carry enough energy in order to provide any cellular, or even DNA, damage. However, this is also sharply contrasted when comparing those RFR signals against more high-energy devices, such as those from X-Ray machines.
“This has been observed over several decades,” as stated by Moskowitz “It’s like we keep rediscovering that Bluetooth is harmful and trying to forget it because we don’t know how to handle it from a policy standpoint.”
RFR has been demonstrated to show the degrading of the blood-brain barrier. This degradation allows more harmful toxins to easily pass through the brain; naturally posing a large concern when attempting to place RFR transmitting devices close to your brain.
“Although we don’t know the long-term risks from using Bluetooth devices, why would anyone insert a microwave-emitting devices in their ears near their brain when there are safer ways to use a cell phone?” Moskowitz says. He continues, saying “essentially I recommend using corded headsets or hands-free use of cell phones, not wireless ear buds.”
However, looking deeper into this issue, the cellphone already utilizes a type of RFR signal; several smart meters also operate on RFR signals, as does your typical Wi-Fi Internet connections. In which then we pose the question: does it really matter if we have a direct brain-to-RFR connection? Walking down the street of a major city, say New York City, one could potentially get RFR radiation damage from all of the surrounding technology being emitted.
A 2015 research study, published study in the Electromagnetic Biology & Medicine journal says there are other devices that allow the RFR to provide serious health issues, including cancer. The researchers involved, found a variety of previous studies demonstrating RFRs emitting a type of oxidative stress. This, in turn, allows the body’s antioxidant defenses to become overwhelmed, and essentially allowing the free radicals to run about.
These free radicals are small molecules that can damage cells and DNA structure. These are also considered to play a major cause in different types of cancer, heart disease, and a variety of other health issues.
With all these studies and concerns pertaining to the health issues – applying to cell phone radiation, Bluetooth devices, and now the new Apple AirPods – iPhone 7 buyers may also be concerned with these 2010 findings.
Another industry-funded “interphone” study also proved to show a dramatic increase in the risk of several acoustic nerve tumors, brain tumors, and even parotid gland tumors among those individuals using cell phone technology for 10 years, or longer. There are even higher risks of those individuals who utilized cell phone technology before the age of 20.
Near the beginning of 2016, several scientists and doctors from across the United States had gathered at a pediatric conference in Baltimore. This conference was held, declaring that cell phone use is linked to brain cancer.
Dr Devras Davis, the president of the Environmental Health Trust, stated “The weight of evidence is clear: cell phones do cause brain cancer.”
This article was originally published by Anonymous