SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE USED FOR WIRELESS EXPOSURE NOT APPLICABLE SCIENCE

The Sam Phantom Models are used for the Specific Absorption Rate adopted by international governing bodies for the limits of human exposure to RF EMFs. As you will see, the SAR test adopted by Health Canada, FCC and other governing bodies does not reflect the safety of wireless technologies. The SAR did not incorporate the antennas, routers or wireless infrastructure EMFs hitting people from head to toe. The SAR test refers to biology but the bio-electrical information and vulnerability of humans isn’t in their data. They only considered water molecules heating like a cup in a microwave.

As you can see, temperature imaging has evolved and this level of thermography is now lectured in medical education for continuing medical education credits required for ongoing medical licensing. Here is a letter by medical education administration. http://www.thermoguy.com/pdfs/Integrative_Health_Forum_on_Medical_Education_Including_Wireless_Exposure.pdf

Safety Code 6 is the same science as the FCC and other governing bodies. This is the only code I have ever seen that admits causality is missing and the reason is the SAR test isn’t even applicable to biology. Go to page 9 and paragraph 2. http://www.thermoguy.com/pdfs/Safety_Code_6.pdf

Cell Phone Radiation Barb

The infrared image to the left are of a cell phone sales person denied workers compensation claim for their EMF exposure based on a test model that isn’t even applicable. In fact the SAR test is an admission of absorption and harm. With injury or infection there is an inflammatory response, the imaging above shows inflammation and differences not on the other side of the head. This worker has a valid workers compensation claim but WCB is using a very flawed SAR to deny their claim.