Just News – Press For Truth – Wireless Warfare Exposed – Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind

 

Press For Truth – Wireless Warfare Exposed – Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind
We’ve been treated like guinea pigs and the lab results are in…smart phones are killing us! The current number of cell phone users today is 4.77 Billion and that figure continues to exponentially rise! Decades of cell phone use have now passed with a new generation of people coming into the world who have not experienced life without these devices! In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth goes over what the phone companies are telling you is a safe and acceptable level of exposure compared to what military documents have reported on as far back as the 1970’s in terms of the clinical effects of microwaves and radio frequency radiation on human beings.

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTED BIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA (‘EFFECTS’) AND CLINICAL SMANIFESTATIONS ATTRIBUTED TO MICROWJAVE AND RADIO-FREQUENCY RADIATION

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Despite building one of the world’s biggest tech companies, Steve Jobs strictly limited his children’s use of technology

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Shelter dogs feel lonely and abandoned, so children practice reading books to them

Shelter dogs feel lonely and abandoned, so children practice reading books to them
The Humane Society of Missouri started a program called the Shelter Buddies Reading Program. This program, designed to help frightened shelter dogs better acclimate to society, uses young children, ages 6 – 15, in order to slowly coax these dogs into again trusting humans.
But how do children, some barely even out of elementary school, possibly help these lonely, abandoned dogs?
The answer is simple: reading.
The program finds children who need practice reading aloud, or those with fear of audiences, and asks them to volunteer at their shelter.
The only thing they need to bring is a book (or several!) of their own choosing.
The children then simply sit infront of a kennel with a dog they want to read to, and begin reading from their book. They are able to practice reading and public speaking in a nonjudgmental environment, and the dogs are able to slowly adjust to the presence of humans.