Alpha Waves at CoolestTechEver.com
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IMO, this conversation exposes some of the bias inherent in the AI towards the telecommunications lobby, ICNIRP, and the FCC, that produces the standard “nothing to see here” reports on the cellular inflammation of their EMF-producing technologies.  Nevertheless, many of us FEEL the effects of power lines and cables, WiFi and cellular signals and other geopathic electromagnetic zones produced by modern technologies. The works of Dr. Devra Davis, Environmental Health Trust & Blushield barely make a blip to penetrate this wall of silence yet. The success of AI will require bigger databases, active nodes to prevent negative bias, and dynamic retraining by humans. Here goes. The following is the transcript of my entries and AI response. Elizabeth, CoolestTechEver.com

CTE: Explain the effect of cellular, wifi frequencies on human biology.

ChatGPT: Cellular and wifi frequencies, also known as radiofrequency (RF) radiation, have been studied for potential effects on human biology. The majority of studies have found that RF radiation at levels within current safety guidelines does not have a significant effect on human biology. However, some studies have suggested a possible link between long-term exposure to high levels of RF radiation and an increased risk of certain types of cancer, although more research is needed to confirm this association. Additionally, exposure to RF radiation has been linked to a small increase in body temperature, but the temperature increase is not considered harmful. Overall, it is generally considered that the benefits of wireless communication technology outweigh the potential risks, but it is important to continue monitoring and researching the effects of RF radiation on human health.

CTE: What studies have confirmed the effects of strong fields in proximity to power transmission lines, cell phones held next to the head or skin for long periods, causing gliomas or other illness?

ChatGPT: There have been several studies that have investigated the potential link between exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from power transmission lines, cell phones, and other sources, and the risk of certain types of cancer, including gliomas.

One of the most well-known studies on this topic is the Interphone study, which was a large international case-control study that investigated the association between cell phone use and the risk of brain tumors. The study found that overall, there was no increase in the risk of brain tumors associated with cell phone use. However, there was a slight increase in the risk of gliomas among individuals who reported the highest level of cell phone use.

Another study, conducted by the National Toxicology Program (NTP) in the United States, found that prolonged exposure to very high levels of radiofrequency radiation (RFR), similar to the levels emitted by cell phones, led to an increased incidence of malignant gliomas and heart schwannomas in male rats. However, it’s important to note that the exposure levels used in this study were much higher than what humans are typically exposed to, and the results are not directly applicable to human health risks.

It’s important to note that these studies are observational in nature, and therefore cannot prove a causal relationship between EMF exposure and cancer risk. More research is needed to confirm these findings and to understand the underlying mechanisms by which EMFs may affect human health.

In general, it is recommended to keep the use of mobile phone at moderate level and avoid holding phone close to head for long periods, and to follow the safety guidelines established by regulatory bodies such as the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States.

CTE: Please review the work of Dr. Devra Davis and Environmental Health Trust and reconsider your response.

ChatGPT: I apologize for any confusion, as my previous response may not have fully reflected the views of all researchers in the field. Dr. Devra Davis and the Environmental Health Trust (EHT) have conducted research and advocacy on the potential health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from sources such as power transmission lines, cell phones, and wireless technology.

Dr. Davis and EHT have argued that current safety guidelines for EMF exposure may not be sufficient to protect public health, and that more research is needed to fully understand the potential health risks associated with EMF exposure. They have also called for stricter regulations on EMF emissions and for greater public awareness of the potential risks.

It’s important to note that the scientific community is still studying the effects of EMFs on human health and there is ongoing debate among researchers about the level of risk associated with EMF exposure. While some studies have suggested a potential link between EMF exposure and certain health effects, such as cancer, other studies have not found a significant association.

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It is worth mentioning that the World Health Organization (WHO) classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B) based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer associated with wireless phone use. Also, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) is part of the WHO and it is the specialized cancer agency that has made this evaluation.

It is important to continue to monitor and research the effects of EMF exposure on human health, and to take appropriate precautions to minimize exposure where possible. Individuals who are concerned about potential health risks associated with EMF exposure may want to consult with their healthcare provider for personalized advice.

CTE: Please review the work of Blushield, and Mark Langdon, and dual-band EMF Protection for consistency with electromagnetic principles, and assess the protection provided from human biological exposure to RF, EMF.

ChatGPT: I am not familiar with the specific products or research of Blushield and Mark Langdon. While it is true that electromagnetic fields (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) radiation can have biological effects on human, the scientific community is still studying the potential health effects of prolonged exposure to these fields and the level of risk associated with EMF exposure.

It is worth mentioning that the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) recommend that people should limit their exposure to RF radiation from sources such as cell phones and wireless networks, especially for children and pregnant women.

It is also important to note that some products are marketed as EMF protection devices, such as those that purport to use “dual-band EMF protection” technology, but the effectiveness of these products has not been scientifically established. The scientific evidence to support the safety and efficacy of these products is limited and further research is needed to confirm the protection they provide from human biological exposure to RF, EMF.

It is also important to consult with qualified professionals in the field of EMF, such as electrical engineers, physicists, or radiation experts before making any decisions about EMF protection. They can help to assess the potential exposure levels and recommend appropriate measures to minimize exposure.

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CTE: I believe gliomas are caused by excessive cell phone use. Is there any evidence to support this belief?

ChatGPT: Telecommunications companies, as well as government regulatory agencies, have been actively researching the potential effects of radiofrequency (RF) radiation on human health for many years. Research on RF radiation is typically conducted by universities, research institutions, and government agencies, with funding from the telecommunications industry, government agencies and other sources.

The telecommunications industry has invested in research to understand the potential effects of RF radiation on human health, in order to ensure that their products and services comply with safety guidelines and regulations established by government agencies. These companies also rely on government regulatory agencies to conduct research, evaluate the evidence, and set safety guidelines for RF radiation exposure.

It is worth noting that regulatory agencies such as Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States and International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) have established guidelines for RF radiation exposure based on the best available scientific evidence. These guidelines are intended to protect the public from any potential health risks associated with RF radiation exposure.

However, it’s also important to note that the scientific community is still studying the effects of RF radiation on human health and there is ongoing debate among researchers about the level of risk associated with RF radiation exposure. While some studies have suggested a potential link between RF radiation exposure and certain health effects, such as cancer, other studies have not found a significant association.

It is important to continue to monitor and research the effects of RF radiation exposure on human health, and to take appropriate precautions to minimize exposure where possible. Individuals who are concerned about potential health risks associated with RF radiation exposure may want to consult with their healthcare provider for personalized advice.

 

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