Humanity at a Crossroads: New Insights into Technology Risks for Humans and the Planet
This program will present the biological and health effects of both natural electromagnetic waves innate to the body and man-made electromagnetic waves from wireless technologies, including discussion about 4G/5G antenna densification. It will also address the mental health and relational impacts of tech overuse and addiction. Importantly, new scientific understanding will be shared by a former telecom industry director of research and development about what is driving the biological effects, that relates to our body being mostly comprised of water. We will learn how wireless radiation instantly changes biology, with system-wide effects. Join us for a provocative program about technology risks to humanity.
MLF: Health & Medicine, Technology & Society
Co-organized by ElectromagneticHealth.org; American Academy of Environmental Medicine; Moms Across America; Ecological Options Network; SafeG; the California Brain Tumor Association; UCOT (Unintended Consequences of Technology); Electromagnetic Safety Alliance; EMF Safety Network; My Street, My Choice!; California Health Coalition Advocacy; Electrosensitive Society; Manhattan Neighbors for Safer Telecommunications; International EMF Alliance
December 3, 2019
The Commonwealth Club 110 The Embarcadero Taube Family Auditorium San Francisco, 94105 United States
Former Telecom Research and Development Director; Pioneering Health Researcher on Natural and Man-Made Electromagnetic Fields
Karl Maret, M.D., M.Eng.
President, Dove Health Alliance; Researcher in Electromagnetic Fields and Energy Medicine
Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D.
Former Clinical Professor, Stony Brook Medicine; Author, Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction Is Hijacking Our Kids—and How to Break the Trance; Founder and CEO, Omega Recovery
Camilla Rees, MBA
Senior Policy Adviser, National Institute for Science, Law and Public Policy; Author, The Wireless Elephant in the Room; Founder, ElectromagneticHealth.org, Campaign for Radiation Free Schools and Manhattan Neighbors for Safer Telecommunications
11:30 a.m. check-in noon–2:30 p.m. program
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