Effect Of FM Signal On Animals, Birds, Humans

Penny Hargreaves observes the effect of local FM signal on animals, birds, humans.

She notes fungi and lichen growing on trees in correspondence to their exposure to specific beams of FM signal. The fungi and lichen prosper increasingly as the trees weaken and die Penny also reports on the effect on earthworms, mice, birds, bees, wasps, frogs, etcetera. As towers come and go, these creatures disappear/reappear.
One of Penny’s interesting observations is that when FM exposure increased, rabbits, which previously avoided areas where dogs live, came and lived under the barns, whose corrugated iron siding shielded their burrows from the signals.

People living in the area have also been severely affected.

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Dr. Magda Havas Interview

Dr. Magda Havas will be interviewed on KPFA radio (San Francisco, CA, USA), Tuesday, May 30th at 1:00pm USA Pacific time (Intnl. time zone 8), 4:00 PM USA east coast time (Intnl. time zone 5), etcetera.


The show will be available for download from the KPFA archives for just one week after broadcast, at Your Own Health and Fitness website. May not be posted till the day after broadcast. Keep checking.  All shows are available from Your Own Health and Fitness as a CD compilation from their Shows Page .


A report from the Ecological Options Network about an ominous new bill being forced through the senate in California that would preempt all local zoning re. cell tower siting – and an interview with Dr. Magda Havas, B.Sc. Ph.D. Associate Professor, Environmental & Resource Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, an expert on low dose radiation health effects.

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