Listen and watch the video below, in which a tone starts at 20 Hertz and rises to 20 kiloHertz (1000 times higher).This is referred to as the human audio spectrum. You may not hear anything at first, but you will start to hear when your own auditory transduction kicks in. Children are capable of hearing what adults cannot; as we know, hearing capacity diminishes with age. Change the setting (gear-shaped icon) to speed the video up if you want to.
A doctor trying to deliver a premature breech (feet first) baby in a Scotland hospital only succeeded in decapitating the tiny infant as its head got stuck behind the mother's cervix.It was an emergency delivery, preceded by an ultrasound scan a few days earlier. The mother's water broke at 25 weeks, with the baby's heartbeat dropping precipitously.
Quote from LifeNews.com:[The mother said] “I tried to get off the bed but they pulled me back three times and just said they had to get the baby out,” she continued. “They twice tried to cut my cervix and nobody told me they were going to do it. There was no anaesthetic. I said to them ‘it doesn’t feel right, stop it, what’s going on, I don’t want to do it’ but nobody responded to me in any way.”
Charles Garside QC, a lawyer for the General Medical Council, said [Dr. Vaishnavy Laxman] made the wrong decision to try to deliver the baby boy in breech position. “… there was an obstruction during the birth which proved to be fatal. Dr. Laxman allegedly delivered the legs, torso and arms successfully but whilst trying to deliver the head, it got stuck in the cervix.” Read story here.
Comments by birth-trauma researcher Jeanice Barcelo: "Absolutely not the first time this has happened, and it will not be the last. As long as these insanely controlling [obstetricians] continue to force babies out of the womb before they are ready to be born, they will ultimately end up terrorizing, traumatizing, physically violating and even murdering innocent mothers and babies, who, if left alone, would have fared far better.... [This] baby was no doubt trying to hightail it out of the mother's body due to ultrasound exposure a few days earlier. Ultrasound is known to induce premature birth and miscarriage. It causes massive overheating of the amniotic fluid as well as heating of the blood, brain fluids and bones."
Here's a video made by EMF Explorer showing how a Samsung smart refrigerator emits RF pulses, even though there is no smart meter on the house,collecting information of any kind. Be very careful when you buy new appliances... select lower-priced models and ask the manufacturer beforehand if there is any wireless technology in the unit. Write or call -- speak to a technician and ask for a diagram showing all of the inner workings, with the parts identified.
Watch this documentary from 2012 and think about all the different kinds of electromagnetic energy we are exposed to that does not occur in nature. If the earth itself can emit certain kinds of non-body-friendly radiation, what are we bathing ourselves in of our own choice?
Beatrice Golomb, MD, PhD's comprehensive letter against SB 649 in California, a bill which would allow telecom companies to install masts and antennas with more freedom (read more here). Dr. Golomb's statement makes clear that microwave illness is on the rise:"As each new technology leading to further exposure to electromagnetic radiation is introduced – and particularly introduced in a fashion that prevents vulnerable individuals from avoiding it – a new group become sensitized to health effects."
Of noteis that Dr. Golomb's letter lists 360 published references.
Gregory Stock is a biotech entrepreneur, bestselling author, and was the former director of UCLA School of Medicine's Program on Medicine, Technology and Society. A quote:
Even if half the world's species were lost [during genetic experiments], enormous diversity would still remain. When those in the distant future look back on this period of history, they will likely see it not as the era when the natural environment was impoverished, but as the age when a plethora of new forms---some biological, some technological, some a combination of the two -- burst onto the scene. We best serve ourselves, as well as future generations, by focusing on the short-term consequences of our actions rather than our vague notions about the needs of the distant future.
Read Jon Rappaport's recent article about altering humans (transhumanism) here.