A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation

Specific EMR Increases Wakefulness in Mice

“Specific EM Radiation in the Wireless Signal Range Increases Wakefulness in Mice,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, posted August 3, 2021.

“[W]e uncovered a causal relationship between 2.4 GHz EMR modulated by 100-Hz square pulses and increased wakefulness in mice. This result identifies sleep alteration as a potential consequence of exposure to excessive wireless signals.”

It’s worth noting that a 1976 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report noted that military personnel “exposed to non-thermal microwave radiation were said to have experienced ... sleeplessness ... for frequencies between 2.05-2.50 GHz.” This was cited by the NAS-NRC committee in its 2020 report on the Havana Syndrome.

From China; open access.