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See what governments are allowing to happen to your children — and to all of us.

See what governments are allowing to happen to your children — and to all of us.

According to Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy, biology lecturer (www.mastsanity.org/49-home/321-smart-meter-roll-out-response-by-dr-andrew-goldsworthy-lecturer-in-biology):

“Microwave exposure has been linked to a fifty-fold increase in autism since the advent of mobile phones, cordless phones and their respective base stations.

About one child in 50 is now likely to be at least partially autistic and the annual economic cost of autism in the U.K. has been estimated by workers at King’s College London around £27 billion.

Wireless smart meters can only make this worse. Can the nation afford it?”

Also ADHD, obesity, fatigue and cancers.

The wireless industry and electric utilities are destined to implode, just like tobacco, Thalidomide, asbestos, etc. But tragically the toll will be many orders of magnitude greater.

Jerry FlynnBowser

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