It has been found and scientifically demonstrated that technological radiation disturbs the normal functioning of our cells. One mechanism for this that has been investigated by Dr Andrew Goldsworthy is an imbalance in cellular calcium metabolism.
Goldworthy says that "the human body has evolved to cope with many environmental stresses, but if we change those stresses, as we have done by our exposure to microwave based telecommunications, we are entering uncharted territory. Many things can go wrong in addition to gene damage. We have identified some (see http://mcs-america.org/june2008pg6789101112131415161718192021.pdf ) but there are doubtless many more".
Our cells and their complex interrelated functions can be unbalanced by a wrong type of resonance. It has been suggested that the huge world wide increase, in recent years, in cases of autism, may have something to do with the constant exposure to this radiation that is present practically everywhere in the civilized world today ( see Could Cell Phone Radiation be a Cause of Autism? ).
Digital communications technology is rigged to transmit information in precisely timed "packets". The packet transmission protocol adopted for GSM cell phone technology sets up a frequency of 216.637781 Hertz or approximately 216 cycles per second, while the ever present alternating current that runs our household appliances is pulsed at 50, and in some areas of the planet at 60, cycles per second. Close enough to entrain and thereby disturb frequencies followed by living organisms.
But what then are the natural frequencies that keep our lives and our cells in balance? Faith Dyson says she discovered that living organisms follow a set of frequencies that vary between day and night, and that range from one to 12 cycles per second. Applying what she discovered to her own life, acting on that knowledge, Faith says she has successfully cured her twin sons of autism. She physically moved to an environment where she could eliminate those technological frequencies from her family's lives.
This may not be possible for most of us though. So what to do?
I believe we can find a way to eliminate the damaging component (the lower pulse frequencies) from the technological radiation we use. In the case of telephone technology, this could mean a new protocol that randomizes packet transmission so that no repeating pattern is set up. Without an associated frequency in the lower Hertz band, the microwave radiation emitted by mobile phones and towers could simply melt into the background, no doubt adding to its volume but unable to entrain any living biological tissues.
Then perhaps the current exposure limits could make sense - keep microwave levels well below the heating or ionization threshold. What is missing today is any and all attention to the lower end of frequency modulations. Both government regulators and industry are convinced that all that matters about radiation is its heating effect.
With an impassioned plea, Faith Dyson reminds us how important the question of frequencies is for our overall health, both mental and physical.