Dr Barrie Trower Weapons and 5G expert-On the Dangers of 5G
I trained at the Government's Microwave Warfare establishment in [the] 60’s.
My first degree is in Physics. (I specialised in microwaves.) My second degree is a research degree. I have a teaching diploma in human physiology. I teach advanced physics and mathematics at South Dartmoor College.
General practitioners in Naila examined the medical histories of nearly 1000 patients, searching for link between the distance of the patient’s living quarters from a long-standing mobile phone base station and the incidence of cancer. The physicians distinguished between an inner circle, within a 400m radius from the tower, and the area outside it. Tumours were found in patients living within 400m of the base station three times more frequently than among patients living outside.
The result of the Naila study, November 2004 shows that the proportion of newly developing cancer cases was significantly higher among those patients who had lived during the past 10 years at a distance of up to 400 m from the transmitter site, and that the patients fell ill on average 8 years earlier.
A similar study from the National Institute of Sciences (Professor Santini) showed from a study of 270 men and 260 women less than 300 m from a transmitter, showed signs of nausea, loss of appetite, visual and motor problems. Less than 100 m the symptoms were irritability, depression, concentration problems, memory dysfunction, dizziness, libido problems, headaches, sleep and skin problems.