WiFi and EMF’s make Mold grow faster

Today, let’s dive into something fascinating: the connection between mold, EMFs (Electromagnetic Fields), and the new buzzword in town, 5G. Did you know there’s quite a link there?

EMFs, also known as Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR), are all around us, thanks to our gadgets like cell phones, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. What’s intriguing is what Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt discovered. He found that these EMFs could actually make certain molds go into overdrive, producing tons more mycotoxins. This means the mold gets more aggressive under the influence of EMFs.

The story gets more interesting with findings from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Researchers there showed that fungi, especially those with melanin, grow way faster when blasted with high levels of EMFs. We’re talking significant speed-up in growth here.

Dr. Thomas Rau adds to this by noting that toxic mold loves to grow quickly under high electromagnetic loads, and these EMFs even put a damper on the good microbes we want around.

There are many websites that link to studies that also suggest that EMF’s make mold grow faster.

So, what about 5G, the latest player in the field? It’s thought that 5G’s millimeter waves could be even more potent, potentially making mold produce even nastier mycotoxins at a faster rate. If this is happening in our buildings, just imagine what could be going on inside our bodies if we’re carrying fungal loads!

Intrigued? I sure am. I have tested positive for mould toxicity in Australia.

a fascinating study has shed some light on this very topic, and the findings are quite intriguing!

A Peek into the Study:

  • The Green Subjects: The study focused on some familiar garden dwellers – garden cress, broccoli, red clover, and peas.
  • The Setup: Imagine two groups of these plants: one basking in the usual environment, and the other, well, living under the constant gaze of Wi-Fi radiation.
  • What Was Measured: The team looked at how well these plants sprouted and grew in these different settings, keeping an eye on the environmental factors like how warm or humid it was.

Let’s Talk Numbers (But Keep It Simple):

  • Setting the Scene: Both groups of plants had similar cozy conditions to grow in, but the Wi-Fi group had an extra guest – radiation levels ranging from 20 to 40 mW/m2.

Table 1: Home Sweet Home for Our Plants

EnvironmentCozy Temp. RangeHumidityWi-Fi’s Invisible Touch
Normal20–23°C96%Just a Whisper
Wi-Fi Zone21–24°C96%A Steady Hum (20–40 mW/m2)

The Juicy Results:

  • Sprouting Tales: Both groups of plants started popping up at similar rates, but there was a twist in their growth stories.
  • Wi-Fi’s Influence: The plants under Wi-Fi’s watch didn’t quite match up to their counterparts in the control group in terms of their overall growth and heft.

Table 2: A Tale of Two Plant Groups

Green BuddySprouting Success (Wi-Fi vs. Normal)Growth Spurt at Day 28 (Wi-Fi vs. Normal)
BroccoliAlmost a Tie (49.3% vs. 48.7%)Wi-Fi: A Bit Lighter (157 mg vs. 183 mg)
CloverWi-Fi Wins by a Hair (49.7% vs. 48.3%)Wi-Fi: Slender (121 mg vs. 149 mg)
CressNeck and Neck (49.7% vs. 49.7%)Wi-Fi: Slightly Heavier (86 mg vs. 80 mg)

Wrapping It Up: So, what does this all mean? It seems like our invisible friend, Wi-Fi, might be having a more tangible effect on our plant buddies than we thought. While they’re not drastically affected, there’s enough of a difference to make us wonder about the long-term effects, not just on plants but perhaps on us humans too. It’s food for thought, and definitely something that calls for more digging!

Want to Dive Deeper? Check out the full study right here and see what you think. The brains behind this research are the folks at Trent University, led by Magda Havas.

This is a topic that definitely calls for more exploration and understanding. Stay tuned for more insights!

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