Watch: Smartphone Radiation vs. Steel Wool — It Also Disrupts Blood-Brain Barrier

by | Jan 7, 2020 | Headline News | 5 comments


This article was originally published by B.N. Frank at Activist Post.

Humans aren’t made of steel wool.  Neither are animals or plants.  However, research has already determined that exposure to cell phone and WiFi radiation can cause harm to humans, animals, and plants.  Symptoms, severity, and tolerance to exposure vary (see 12).  American Academy of Pediatrics and other health experts warn that children are more vulnerable to exposure (see 12, 3).

Research has even determined that exposure can disrupt the blood-brain barrier, cause it to leak, and kill brain cells.


Anything metallic can act as a conductor to cell phone radiation.  Here’s what it does to steel wool:

When humans (or animals) wear metallic objects (braces, eyeglasses, jewelry, etc.), or they are implanted inside our bodies (hip replacements, mercury fillings, etc.), research has also determined that we may absorb more unhealthy radiation too.

Activist Post reports regularly about unsafe technology.  For more information, visit our archives and the following websites:

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    1. Anonymous

      Steel wool around phone video…fake. There must be a 9v battery behind the phone at the top connected to the wool where the two top corners are. See how it has a couple tufts that go to the corners?

      It used to be where you signed a handle and an email and the system eventually recognized it and posted your comment right away without moderation. No more. May as well not sign in and just troll under anonymous. It’s not gonna post for a couple days anyway.

    2. asshat

      your brain on radiation. any questions

    3. Max

      Hey, try make a call on the mobile when holding it up next to your cd player !

      • Anonymous

        What’s a CD player?

    4. Mr_Yesterday

      Fake steel wool vid.

      Wifi industry probably behind that one.

      So damned devious.

      Hold up your iphone next to a jar of insects, and growing seeds for a few days, that’s a more realistic experiment.

      Other posters need to stop crying about the lack of instant posting ability. Clueless about tech lately? Patience is a virtue.

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