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Monday, December 31, 2018

காலம் தாழ்த்தாமல் உடனடியாகச் செய்யும் சுறுசுறுப்பு.திருக்குறள் 605

'நெடுநீர் மறவி மடிதுயில் நான்கும்
கெடுநீரார் காமக் கலன்'
-திருக்குறள் 605
விரைந்து செய்யும் வினையை நீட்டித்தலும், செய்ய நினைந்ததனை மறத்தலும், அதனைச் செய்தற்குச் சோம்புதலும், அதனைச் செய்யாது உறங்குதலுமாகிய இவை நான்கும் கெடுந்தன்மையுடையார் விரும்பி ஏறும் மரக்கலம்.
நாளைக்கு செய்வோம்,பிறகு பார்க்கலாம் என்பதுதான் நெடுநீர்.
இதைத் தவிர்த்தாலே மறத்தல், சோம்பல், அளவுக்கு மிஞ்சிய தூக்கம் ஆகியன இயல்பாகவே ஒழிந்துவிடும்.
அதனால்தான் காலம் தாழ்த்துவது,செய்யவேண்டியதை இழுத்தடிப்பதைக் குறிக்கும் நெடுநீரை முதலில் எழுதி ஏனையவற்றை அதை தொடர்ந்து பேரறிஞர் திருவள்ளுவர் எழுதியிருக்கிறார் போலும்.
நான் பார்த்த வெற்றிகரமான தொழில் முனைவோர் அனைவரினதும் முக்கியமான பொது இயல்புகளில் ஒன்று சிறு விசயமானாலும் காலம் தாழ்த்தாமல் உடனடியாகச் செய்யும் சுறுசுறுப்பு.
அதுதான் அவர்களை வெற்றிகரமானவர்களாக்கி இருக்கிறது.
அவர்களை அறிந்துகொண்டபோதுதான் திருவள்ளுவரின் இந்தக் குறளின் ஆழமே புரிந்தது.
வெற்றிபெறவேண்டும் என்று விரும்பும் அனைவருக்கும் இந்தக் குறள் மந்திரம் போன்று இருக்கட்டும்.

Nadesapillai Sivendran

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

13 வகையான சாபங்கள்

சாபங்கள் மொத்த‍ம் 13 வகையான சாபங்கள் இருக்கிறது என்றால் உங்களால் நம்ப முடிகிறதா?!*
1) பெண் சாபம்,
2) பிரேத சாபம்,
3) பிரம்ம சாபம்,
4) சர்ப்ப சாபம்,
5) பித்ரு சாபம்,
6) கோ சாபம்,
7) பூமி சாபம்,
8) கங்கா சாபம்,
9) விருட்ச சாபம்,
10) தேவ சாபம்
11) ரிஷி சாபம்
12) முனி சாபம்,
13) குலதெய்வ சாபம்
அவற்றை ஒவ்வொன்றாக பார்க்கலாம்.
*1) பெண் சாபம்
இது எப்படி ஏற்படுகிற தென்றால், பெண்களை ஏமாற்று வதும், சகோதரிகளை ஆதரிக்காமல் இருப்பதாலும், மனைவியைக் கைவிடுவதாலும் வருகிறது.பெண் சாபம் ஏற்பட்டால் வம்சம் அழியும்.
*2) பிரேத சாபம்
இறந்த மனிதனின் உடலை வைத்துக்கொண்டு அவரை இழிவாகப் பேசுவதும், அவருடைய உடலைத் தாண்டுவதும், பிணத்தின் இறுதி காரியங்களை செய்யவிடாமல் தடுப்பதும், இறந்தவரை வேண்டியவர்கள் பார்க்க அனுமதி மறுப்பதும் பிரேத சாபத்தை ஏற்படுத்தும்.பிரேத சாபத்தால் ஆயுள் குறையும்.
*3) பிரம்ம சாபம்:*
நமக்கு வித்தை கற்றுக்கொடுத்த குருவை மறப்பது,
வித்தையை தவறாக பயன்படுத்துவது,
மற்றவர்களுக்கு சொல்லிக் கொடுக்காமல் ஒரு வித்தையை மறைத்து வைப்பது,இவற்றான காரணங்களால், பிரம்ம சாபம் ஏற்படுகிறது.பிரம்ம சாபத்தால், வித்யா நஷ்டம் அதாவது, படிப்பு இல்லாமல் போகும்.
*4) சர்ப்ப சாபம்:*
பாம்புகளை தேவையின்றி கொல்வதாலும் அவற்றின் இருப்பிடங்களை அழிப்பதாலும்,சர்ப்ப சாபம் உண்டாகும்.
இதனால், கால-சர்ப்ப தோஷமும் ஏற்பட்டு திருமணத் தடை ஏற்படும்.
*5) பித்ரு சாபம்:*
முன்னோர்களுக்கு செய்யவேண்டிய திதி மற்றும் தர்ம காரியங்களை செய்யாமல் மறப்பதும், தாய்- தந்தை தாத்தா-பாட்டி போன்றோரை உதாசீனப்படுத்துவதும் , அவர்களை ஒதுக்கி வைப்பதும்,பித்ரு சாபத்தை ஏற்படுத்தும்.
பித்ரு சாபம் பாலாரிஷ்ட சாபத்தையும் ஏற்படுத்தி, வம்சத்தில் ஆண் குழந்தை பிறக்காமல் போவது, குழந்தைகள் இறந்துபோவது போன்றவற்றை ஏற்படுத்தும்.
*6) கோ சாபம்:*
பசுவை வதைப்பது, பால் மரத்த பசுவை வெட்டக் கொடுப்பது கன்றுடன் கூடிய பசுவைப் பிரிப்பது , தாகத்தால் பசு தவிக்கும் போது தண்ணீர் கொடுக்காதது போன்ற காரணங்களால் கோ சாபம் ஏற்படும்.இதனால், குடும்பத்திலோ வம்சத்திலோ எவ்வித வளர்ச்சியும் இல்லாமல் போகும்.
*7) பூமி சாபம்:*
ஆத்திரத்தில் பூமியை சதா காலால் உதைப்பதும், பாழ்படுத்துவதும், தேவையற்ற பள்ளங்களை உண்டு பண்ணுவதும், அடுத்தவர் பூமியைப் பறிப்பதும் பூமி சாபத்தை உண்டாக்கும்.பூமிசாபம் நரகவேதனையைக் கொடுக்கும்.
*8) கங்கா சாபம்:*
பலர் அருந்தக்கூடிய நீரை பாழ் செய்வதாலும், ஓடும் நதியை அசுத்தம் செய்வதாலும், கங்கா சாபம் வரும்.
கங்கா சாபத்தால் எவ்வளவு தோண்டினாலும் நீர் கிடைக்காது.
*9) விருட்ச சாபம்:*
பச்சை மரத்தை வெட்டுவதும், கனி கொடுக்கும் மரத்தை பட்டுப்போகச் செய்வதும், மரத்தை எரிப்பதும், மரங்கள் சூழ்ந்த இடத்தை, வீடு கட்டும் மனையாக்குவதும் விருட்ச சாபத்தை ஏற்படுத்தும்.விருட்ச சாபத்தினால், கடன் மற்றும் நோய் உண்டாகும்.
*10) தேவ சாபம்:*
தெய்வங்களின் பூஜையைப் பாதியில் நிறுத்துவது, தெய்வங்களை இகழ்வது போன்ற காரணங்களால், தேவ சாபம் ஏற்படும். தேவ சாபத்தால் உறவினர்கள் பிரிந்துவிடுவர்.
*11) ரிஷி சாபம்:*
இது கலியுகத்தில் ஆச்சார்ய புருஷர்களையும் உண்மையான பக்தர்களையும் அவமதிப்பது போன்றவற்றால் ஏற்படும்.
ரிஷி சாபத்தால், வம்சம் அழியும்.
*12) முனி சாபம்:*
எல்லைதெய்வங்கள், மற்றும் சின்னசின்ன தெய்வங்களுக்கு வழங்க வேண்டிய மரியாதைகளையும் பூஜையையும் மறப்பது முனி சாபத்தை ஏற்படுத்தும்.முனி சாபத்தால் செய்வினைக் கோளாறு எற்படும்.
*13) குலதெய்வ சாபம்
இது நமது முன்னோர்கள் பூஜித்த தெய்வத்தை மறக்காமல் இருப்பது.குலதெய்வ சாபத்தால் குடும்பத்தில் ஒரு போதும் மகிழ்ச்சி ஏற்படாமல் போகும்.ஒருவித துக்கம் சூழ்ந்துகொள்ளும்.சாபம் என்பது நல்லவர்களுக்கு வரமாக மாறும்.தீயவர்களை அழிக்கும்.எவ்வளவு வரங்கள் பெற்றாலும், தாங்கள் பெற்ற வரத்தின் பலத்தால், நல்லவர்களை ஒரு போதும் அழிக்க முடியாது.ஆனால், ஆற்றாமல் அழுது பதறிய நெஞ்சிலிருந்து வந்த வார்த்தை சாபமாக மாறினால் எப்பேற்பட்ட வலிமையான மனிதனையும் உரு தெரியாமல் அழித்து விடும்

Monday, December 24, 2018

What is Dopamine

Dopamine is one of the brain’s neurotransmitters—a chemical that ferries information between neurons. Dopamine helps regulate movement, attention, learning, and emotional responses. It also enables us not only to see rewards, but to take action to move toward them. Since dopamine contributes to feelings of pleasures and satisfaction as part of the reward system, the neurotransmitter also plays a part in addiction. 



Neurotransmitters are chemicals made by nerve cells called neurons. They’re used to communicate messages across different parts of the brain and between the brain and the rest of the body.

Dopamine is involved mainly in controlling movement. An insufficient production of dopamine in part of the brain can lead to Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s diseases is a noncurable nervous system disorder that affects movement. It may cause stiffness, tremors, shaking, and other symptoms. How Dopamine Works Inside the Brain’s Reward System

Dopamine plays a role in the brain’s reward system, helping to reinforce certain behaviors that result in reward. A surge of dopamine, for instance, is what prompts a laboratory rat to repeatedly press a lever to get a pellet of food, or a human to take a second slice of pizza.
Recently, scientists have shown that dopamine can help with unlearning fearful associations. In a study published in June 2018 in the journal Nature Communications, researchers uncovered the role of dopamine in lessening fearful reactions over time, an important component of therapy for people with anxiety disorders, such as phobias or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
More on the Brain and Dopamine

Dopamine also helps to aid the flow of information to the brain regions responsible for thought and emotion. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, too little dopamine — or problems in the way the brain uses dopamine — may play a role in disorders such as schizophrenia or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Dopamine and the Body’s Stress Response

In other parts of the body, dopamine acts as type of hormone called a catecholamine. Catecholamines are made in the adrenal glands — small hormone production factories that sit on top of the kidneys.
There are three main catecholamines:

    Dopamine
    Epinephrine (adrenaline)
    Norepinephrine

These hormones get released into the bloodstream when the body is physically or mentally stressed. They cause biochemical changes that activate the so-called fight-or-flight response. That’s the body’s natural reaction to a real or perceived stress.
Dopamine has many functions outside the brain. It acts as a vasodilator, helping to widen blood vessels. It helps to increase urine output in the kidneys, and in the pancreas it reduces the production of insulin, a hormone involved in blood sugar regulation.
Dopamine and Digestion

Dopamine also plays a role in the digestive system, helping to make sure the contents of the gastrointestinal tract don’t pass through too quickly. In the immune system, dopamine dampens inflammation, normally helping to prevent the sort of runaway immune response seen in autoimmune diseases.
What Are Dopamine Receptors?

Dopamine receptors are proteins found in the brain and nerves throughout the body. If neurotransmitters are the nerve cells’ chemical messengers, then receptors are the nerve cells’ chemical receivers.
As a dopamine signal approaches a nearby neuron, it attaches to that neuron’s receptor. The receptor and neurotransmitter work like a lock and key. The dopamine attaches to the dopamine receptor, delivering its chemical message by causing changes in the receiving nerve cell.
Why Dopamine Receptors Are Key for Neurological and Physical Functions

Dopamine receptors play an important role in many neurological processes, including movement coordination and fine motor control, pleasure, cognition, memory, and learning.

Abnormally functioning dopamine receptors may play a role in several neurological and psychiatric illnesses. Therefore, dopamine receptors are a natural target for many drug therapies.

Some street drugs, including heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine, also act on dopamine receptors in the brain. They can cause nerve cells to release too much dopamine or prevent the nervous system from recycling dopamine once it’s done its job, highjacking the brain’s reward system.
Euphoric Effects, Pleasure, and Dopamine

Dopamine creates feelings of pleasure. Certain drugs, such as cocaine, can cause large amounts of dopamine to flood the system, producing euphoric effects or a “high” that leave the user wanting more.
As these drugs are abused over time, dopamine’s pleasurable effects on the brain lessen.

To regain these pleasurable effects, a user must increase the amount of drug taken. This phenomenon is called “tolerance.”
Dopamine Drugs

There are a few classes of medication that work on the dopamine pathways of the brain to treat disease. They include:

Levodopa (L-dopa) Levodopa is a drug used to treat Parkinson’s disease. Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease start to show up when dopamine-producing cells in the brain die. Levodopa, a precursor chemical to dopamine, helps to boost dopamine levels in the brain. Once levodopa reaches the brain, it transforms into dopamine.

Dopamine Agonists Dopamine agonists are a class of drugs that bind to and activate dopamine receptors in the brain. They mimic the action of naturally-occurring dopamine in the brain, causing the neurons to react as they would to dopamine.

Dopamine agonists trick the brain into thinking it’s getting the dopamine it needs.

Dopamine agonists are used to treat low dopamine conditions, including Parkinson’s disease and restless legs syndrome (RLS). RLS is a sleep disorder that causes an unpleasant tingling or twitching sensation in the legs when lying or sitting down, mostly at night, resulting in an irresistible urge to move them, and in insomnia. Like Parkinson’s disease, it too seems to be caused by a dopamine shortage in the brain.

Dopamine agonists also are sometimes used to treat depression and fibromyalgia.

Common dopamine agonist drugs include:
    Mirapex (ramipexole)
    Neupro (rotigotine)
    Requip (ropinirole)

Serious side effects associated with dopamine agonists include low blood pressure, dizziness when standing up, hallucinations, and impulse control disorders, such as pathological gambling, compulsive eating, and hypersexuality.

Dopamine Antagonists Dopamine antagonists are a class of drugs that bind to and block dopamine receptors. Dopamine antagonists turn down dopamine activity, which may be useful for the treatment of psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, which have been associated with an overactive dopamine system.

Many antipsychotic drugs are dopamine antagonists, working to block dopamine receptors in the brain.

Dopamine antagonists that act on dopamine receptors in the gastrointestinal tract may be used to treat nausea, or as anti-emetics to stop vomiting.

Dopamine antagonist drugs include:

    Thorazine or Largactil (chlorpromazine)
    Reglan (metoclopramide)
    Phenergan (promethazine)
    Invenga (paliperidone)
    Risperdal (risperidone)
    Seroquel (quetiapine)
    Clozaril (clozepine)

Dopamine Supplements and Supplementation

Dopamine is found in many types of food, but dopamine itself can’t cross into the brain from the bloodstream, so eating foods that contain dopamine won’t raise dopamine levels in the brain. But dopamine’s precursor molecule, tyrosine, can cross the blood-brain barrier, according to a review published in November 2015 in the Journal of Psychiatric Research.
Tyrosine is an amino acid found naturally in protein-rich foods, such as cheese, nuts, and meat. Under certain circumstances, tyrosine supplements can help boost dopamine levels in the brain, leading some to believe that tyrosine supplementation could help with neurological and mental health conditions involving low dopamine. In fact, the Parkinson’s disease drug Levodopa was originally synthesized from one form of tyrosine.

But scientific studies have failed to show that this is the case. Tyrosine supplements don’t appear to have much — if any — effect on physiology, thought, or behavior.

  



Dopamine is heavily involved in the motor system. When the brain fails to produce enough dopamine, it can result in Parkinson’s disease. A primary treatment for Parkinson’s disease, therefore, is a drug called L-dopa, which spurs the production of dopamine. Dopamine has also been implicated in schizophrenia and ADHD, but its role is not fully understood. People with low dopamine activity may also be more prone to addiction. The presence of a certain kind of dopamine receptor is associated with sensation-seeking, more commonly known as risk taking.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Erin Brockovich (Ground WATER Pollution)


In 1993, Erin Brockovich (Julia Roberts) is an unemployed single mother of three children, who has recently been injured in a traffic accident with a doctor and is suing him. Her lawyer, Ed Masry (Albert Finney), expects to win, but Erin's explosive courtroom behavior under cross-examination loses her the case, and Ed will not return her phone calls afterwards. One day he arrives at work to find her in the office, apparently working. She says that he told her things would work out and they didn't, and that she needed a job. He feels bad for her, and decides to give her a try at the office.
Erin is given files for a real-estate case where Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) is offering to purchase the home of Hinkley, California, resident Donna Jensen. Erin is surprised to see medical records in the file and visits Donna, who explains that she had simply kept all her PG&E correspondence together. Donna appreciates PG&E's help: she has had several tumors and her husband has Hodgkin's disease, but PG&E has always supplied a doctor at their own expense. Erin asks why they would do that, and Donna replies, "because of the chromium". Erin begins digging into the case and finds evidence that the groundwater in Hinkley is seriously contaminated with carcinogenic hexavalent chromium, but PG&E has been telling Hinkley residents that they use a safer form of chromium. After several days away from the office doing this research, she is fired by Ed until he realizes that she was working all the time, and sees what she has found out.
Rehired, she continues her research, and over time, visits many Hinkley residents and wins their trust. She finds many cases of tumors and other medical problems in Hinkley. Everyone has been treated by PG&E's doctors and thinks the cluster of cases is just a coincidence, unrelated to the "safe" chromium. The Jensens' claim for compensation grows into a major class-action lawsuit, but the direct evidence only relates to PG&E's Hinkley plant, not to the senior management.
Knowing that PG&E could delay any settlement for years through delays and appeals, Ed takes the opportunity to arrange for disposition by binding arbitration, but a large majority of the plaintiffs must agree to this. Erin returns to Hinkley and persuades all 634 plaintiffs to go along. While she is there, a man approaches her to say that he and his cousin were PG&E employees, but his cousin recently died from the poison. The man says he was tasked with destroying documents at PG&E, but, "as it turns out, I wasn't a very good employee".
He gives Erin the documents: a 1966 memo proves corporate headquarters knew the water was contaminated with hexavalent chromium, did nothing about it, and advised the Hinkley operation to keep this secret. The judge orders PG&E to pay a settlement amount of $333 million to be distributed among the plaintiffs.
In the final scene, Ed hands Erin her bonus payment for the case but warns her he has changed the amount. She explodes into a complaint that she deserves more respect, but is astonished to find that he has increased it—to $2 million.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect


The consequences of maltreatment can be devastating. For over 30 years, clinicians have described the effects of child abuse and neglect on the physical, psychological, cognitive, and behavioral development of children. Physical consequences range from minor injuries to severe brain damage and even death. Psychological consequences range from chronic low self-esteem to severe dissociative states. The cognitive effects of abuse range from attentional problems and learning disorders to severe organic brain syndromes. Behaviorally, the consequences of abuse range from poor peer relations all the way to extraordinarily violent behaviors. Thus, the consequences of abuse and neglect affect the victims themselves and the society in which they live.
Many complexities challenge our understanding of factors and relationships that exacerbate or mitigate the consequences of abusive experiences. The majority of children who are abused do not show signs of extreme disturbance. Research has suggested a relationship between child maltreatment and a variety of short- and long-term consequences, but considerable uncertainty and debate remain about the effects of child victimization on children, adolescents, and adults. The relationship between the causes and consequences of child maltreatment is particularly problematic, since some factors (such as low intelligence in the child) may help stimulate abusive behavior by the parent or caretaker, but low intelligence can also be a consequence of abusive experiences in early childhood.
Every child who has experienced abuse or neglect will have their own response to the trauma. While some children have long-lasting effects, others are able to recover quicker and with ease. There is not a right or wrong way for a child to manage effects of the abuse and neglect they have suffered.

What are some factors that can influence children’s responses to trauma?

  • Age
  • Developmental status
  • Type of abuse and/or neglect
  • How often and how long a child was abused
  • How severe the abuse was
  • The relationship between the child and the perpetrator

What are some physical effects of child abuse and neglect?

  • Bruises and welts
  • Scrapes and cuts
  • Burn marks
  • Head trauma
  • Weakened brain development
  • Sprains or broken bones
  • Difficulty walking or sitting
  • Torn, stained, or bloody clothing
  • Pain or itching in the genital area
  • Bruises or bleeding in and around the genital area
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Inappropriate dress
  • Poor hygiene
  • Poor physical health

What are some psychological and mental effects of child abuse and neglect?

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Low self-esteem
  • Withdrawn
  • Dissociation
  • Difficulty with making and maintaining relationships
  • Experiences flashbacks
  • Hypervigilant
  • Persistent fear

What are some behavioral effects of child abuse and neglect?

  • Self-harm
  • Eating disorders
  • Alcohol and drug use
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Uncomfortable with physical contact with others
  • Repeating school grades
  • Absent from school often
  • Criminal activity

What are common effects on children who witness domestic violence?

Whether children witness or experience abuse, it can take a toll on their development. Domestic violence victims are not isolated to intimate partners. Children are at an increased risk for emotional behavioral problems regardless if they were directly abused or not. The effects include:
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Academic problems
  • Fearful

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Wireless Warfare How to protect your family


“The greatest act of domestic terrorism in the history of the USA is currently in process and the culprits are the energy, electrical, electronics and wireless radiation industries.”

Steven Magee


Cell Phones & the Wireless Age are causing
major health challenges!

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Most people today carry a cell phone and wouldn't be without one in their day to day businesses. But knowing what the dangers are and what you can do to protect yourself and /or your loved ones can prevent  major illnesses, pain and suffering.
Cell phones are more toxic and more carcinogenic than tobacco. Cell phones emit 3 types of radiation

    - Antenna emits radio frequencies and microwaves
   - Circuitry and battery emits extremely low frequencies
Approximately 20-80% of the radiation from the antennae penetrates up to 2 inches into the brain. Cell phones carried in belts expose other areas of the body to harmful EMF’s. Children are extremely vulnerable- 50% more radiation is absorbed by a 10 year old than an adult due to their thin skulls, smaller heads and developing nervous systems. 

Cell Phone Radiation 

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In Japan, legislation is being introduced to ban their use in restaurants. There are 203 million Americans using cell phones and over 2.13 billion worldwide users – and each year the numbers rise-  it’s the most popular item known to man.

It’s a multi-billion dollar wireless communications industry. Never have we seen a technology grow so rapidly and so profoundly in transforming the global village. By 2010- 90% of the world’s population will have mobile phones and wireless internet.

Cell phones can create microwave like effects on the human body when used in a train or an elevator as in a metal box.   The microwaves bounce off, in around and through the train, like food being cooked in a microwave oven.  You are bombarded with the phone off and worse when the phone is on.

Dr. George Carlo, an epidemiologist, lawyer, chief scientist  who headed the world’s largest research effort into wireless safety, also co-author with journalist Martin Schram of "Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age" pointed out 4 major findings in his research:

1. cell phones interfere with pacemakers,
2. developing skulls of children are penetrated deeply by the energy emitted from a cell phone,
3. the blood brain barrier which prevents invasion of the brain by toxins can be compromised by the cell phone radiation, and most startling,
4. radio frequency radiation creates micronuclei in human blood cells, a type of genetic damage known to be a diagnostic marker for cancer.” Found in cell phone users!!

Electromagnetic Pollution

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In totalling all of our modern day exposures - We are exposed to 200,000,000 times more EM fields in our environment today than our ancestors. This is WAY more than our circuits can handle. EMF is classified as a Group 2B carcinogen under standards established by the World Health Organization’s Agency for Cancer Research. The chemicals DDT and lead are also Group 2B carcinogens. ( Source: National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences)

It's become a mounting problem...

EMF's or Electro-Smog is the # 1 Pollutant- They are invisible, silent and  ubiquitous.
In fact, more studies exist showing the adverse effects of EMF's (electromagnetic fields) than there are studies showing risks for cancer by smokers.  In May 2006, the London Observer reported the growing concern about what it called the 'invisible smog' that has been created by the 'electricity that powers our civilization'. 
Scientific evidence showed that this was: 

  • 'giving children cancer
  • causing miscarriages
  • suicides
  • making some people allergic to modern life‘.

Dr. Jack Kruse:·
Radiation from wireless technology affects the blood, the heart, and the autonomic nervous system, your breasts, ovaries and sperm cells. RF/microwave radiation affects your germline and ruins mitochondrial DNA because it ruins calcium/calmodulin second messenger system of signaling in cells. You do not need nuclear DNA or RNA damage to cause widespread organ dysfunction via the IONIZING part of the spectrum of light. Even RF radiation, on the low energy end of the spectrum of light, causes is as the NTP study just laid out.
Exposure to electrosmog generated by electric, electronic, and wireless technology is accelerating to the point that a portion of the population is experiencing adverse reactions when they are exposed. The symptoms of electrohypersensitivity (EHS), best described as rapid aging syndrome, germline disorders, mitochondrial energy deficits that are more prominently experienced by children than adults and resemble symptoms experienced by radar operators in the 1940s to the 1960s and are well described in the literature and in Robert O. Becker and Dr. Andrew Marino's books.

An increasingly common response includes clumping (rouleau formation) of the red blood cells, heart palpitations, pain or pressure in the chest accompanied by anxiety, and an upregulation of the sympathetic nervous system coincident with a downregulation of the parasympathetic nervous system typical of the "fight-or-flight" response. The patient becomes chronically dehydrated because of poor water creation due to poor mitochondrial function and blood sugar and blood pressure rises in these cases to varying degrees. Provocation studies have demonstrated that the response to electrosmog is physiologic and not psychosomatic.
Those who experience prolonged and severe chronic electromagnetic exposure may develop physiologic and psychologic problems as a consequence of their inability to work, become fertile, their limited ability to travel in our highly technologic environment, and the social stigma that their symptoms are imagined rather than real. This is what American communication network is doing to the American public's cells and tissues 24/7 now.
5G will ELEVATE THESE RISKS BECAUSE JUMP CONDUCTION IS A FEATURE OF THE ENGINEERING OF THESE WAVEFORMS BETWEEN 6-90 GHz now live in a city near you. The NTP study release of 11/1/2018 was your last official warning. It is time to protect yourself because no one else is going to do it for you. You will soon see unusual human behavior and sickness all around you that shows acute mitochondrial failure from rather innocuous stimuli. The official word on these reports will be lies and obfuscation to control the narrative and maintain control while the profiteers of the internet of things keep harvesting $$$$ from your wallets as you become even more addicted to what is harming you.
Here is my warning: Never underestimate the ability of others to PURPOSELY hide knowledge about disease etiology beneath a carefully curated façade of the illusion of knowledge called settled science.

New UK 50 Pound Note May Feature India's Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose

The Bank Of England has announced it will be redesigning the 50 UK Pound currency note, replacing it with a prominent name from the world of science.
And surprisingly (or unsurprisingly?), the name of Indian scientist Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose has been featured in the nomination list.

Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose, Jagadish also spelled Jagadis, (born November 30, 1858, Mymensingh, Bengal, India (now in Bangladesh)—died November 23, 1937, Giridih, Bihar), Indian plant physiologist and physicist whose invention of highly sensitive instruments for the detection of minute responses by living organisms to external stimuli enabled him to anticipate the parallelism between animal and plant tissues noted by later biophysicists. Bose’s experiments on the quasi-optical properties of very short radio waves (1895) led him to make improvements on the coherer, an early form of radio detector, which have contributed to the development of solid-state physics.
After earning a degree from the University of Cambridge (1884), Bose served as professor of physical science (1885–1915) at Presidency College, Calcutta (now Kolkata), which he left to found and direct (1917–37) the Bose Research Institute (now Bose Institute) in Calcutta. To facilitate his research, he constructed automatic recorders capable of registering extremely slight movements; these instruments produced some striking results, such as Bose’s demonstration of an apparent power of feeling in plants, exemplified by the quivering of injured plants. His books include Response in the Living and Non-Living (1902) and The Nervous Mechanism of Plants (1926).