According to Vliet, radiation therapy uses ionizing radiation. In contrast, EMF – including the frequencies between 2G and 5G – and microwaves fall under non-ionizing radiation. This non-ionizing radiation can damage the human body, she added.
She also mentioned that the dosing of radiation for cancer patients has to be precise. "If you use too much, you will burn and damage the tissue; if you use too little, you don't kill the cancer," she explained to Adams. "So clearly, there's a dose-effect relationship."
Vliet, the president and CEO of Truth for Health Foundation (THF), said studies on electromagnetic radiation go back to the 1930s and 1940s. She added the Russians studied it widely from the 1940s to the 1950s, which led to the U.S. Navy research that began in the 1960s.
The preventive medicine specialist recalled that during the Cold War, the U.S. embassies in Moscow and Cuba were bombarded with microwaves by the Soviet Union, which apparently was used to listen to conversations by bouncing microwaves off the building. Vliet cited that many people working in the embassies got sick with headaches and neurologic complications and later on cancers. She said it became known as the Havana syndrome which came out in multiple studies and court cases.
"It's not that we haven't known about that. The problem is that the effects are not widespread in clinical medicine," Vliet remarked. "And let's face it, cell phones did not become ubiquitous and widely available around the world until after about 2007, with the invention of the iPhone." (Related: “Substantial scientific evidence” shows that RF radiation from mobile phones causes cancer.)
Vliet added that the U.S. does not have high safety standards compared to other countries, particularly in Europe.
"And what they were getting by with and still are to a great extent is they are looking only at the thermal effects or heat effects of cell phones close to your body. They are not looking at the other biological effect at the cellular level and the effects that are more subtle, causing inflammation, immune disruption, alterations in blood vessels, coagulation, bleeding pathways and cellular oxidative stress."
The Health Ranger agreed with his guest's remarks. He noted that while the human body can handle a lot of heat because it can dissipate heat, it can't handle a lot of chromosomal mutations.
In response to Adams' questions about 5G and the vaccines, Vliet said extensive information about the link between the two exists. She also recounted some of her vaccinated patients from the military service who on deployment. These patients suffered neurological effects that incapacitated them when they were exposed to intense fields of EMF radiation.
Adams said there are so many new EMF sources of exposure in the environment like electric vehicles, which he described as giant EMF generators.
"The EMF effects are off the charts. And the battery charger, the inverters and the battery charging stations – which are powered by diesel generators – and then they are using inverters to condition that. I mean there's all kinds of fields, plus 5G," said Adams.
Vliet also confirmed that 5G towers can deliberately broadcast a pulse signal that drives people insane, temporarily mad, violent or irrational. She cited psychiatry publications that touch on environments with high cation or positively charged ions, such as areas around EMF towers and electric towers.
"They already knew years ago that was possible," the THF president told the Health Ranger. "What we know clearly it disrupts entire brain pathways that regulate mood, memory, attention, concentration and executive functions like judgment. That's the frontal lobe brain syndrome; that's well documented as a result of brain inflammation, EMF radiation, the COVID shots, all of that."
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