How Wireless Causes Harm (Part 1)with Martin Pall, PhD
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What you'll learn from this expert talk:
- 9 different areas of harm from wireless
- Chemical process behind the harmful biological effects
- Why 5G is more dangerous than its predecessors
Martin Pall, PhD
Martin Pall is professor emeritus of biochemistry and basic medical sciences at Washington State University (WSU). He earned his PhD in biochemical genetics from Caltech, and was on the faculty of WSU for many years before “retiring” in 2008. Since then he has published numerous papers on wireless radiation effects. Dr. Pall’s research has focused most on 9 different categories of effects of wireless radiation: neurological and neuropsychiatric effects, cellular DNA damage, cell death, endocrine effects, cancer, cardiac effects, very early onset Alzheimer’s and other dementias. One of his most valuable contributions is describing, in detail, the main mechanism by which these effects are produced.