RFR has been shown to affect fertility markers and this makes a compelling reason to dramatically review and reduce exposure.  Fertility rates have been falling at an alarming rate in western countries, causing huge concern, and there is overwhelming evidence that RFR is causing this.

Many studies have linked lowered fertility to RFR, such as:

  1. Sperm dies 3 times faster (according to laureate Professor John Aiken)
  2. Lowered motility of sperm
  3. Negative effect on Sperm Morphology as quoted by Olle Johanssen
  4. Greek researchers found that subjecting mice to low exposure from antennas resulted in 5th generation irreversible infertility

We must face up to the dangers of RFR and realise this may be the most important subject for our generation to face. You can take simple steps like using Airplane mode in your pocket.

Some short videos explaining the issue:

Tim Ferris
Tim Robbins


Fertility rates have been falling at an alarming rate in western countries, causing huge concern, and there is good evidence that RFR is a significant factor in contributing to this.  Adams et al Effect of mobile telephones on sperm quality: a systematic review and meta-analysis 2014     Houston, B.J., et al. “The effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation on sperm function.” 2016     Singh et al Effect of radiofrequency radiation on reproductive health 2018  “Around 14% of couples in high- and middle-income countries have difficulty conceiving, and there are unexplained declines in semen quality reported in several countries. We conclude that pooled results from in vitro and in vivo studies suggest that mobile phone exposure negatively affects sperm quality.”  Documented impacts of RF-EMR on the male reproductive system include decreased sperm motility, elevated levels of reactive oxygen species, increased DNA damage, and decreased antioxidant levels.   This review covered various health effects of RFR, including reproductive health. Several studies reported a link between cell phone use and changes in sperm count, motility, normal morphology and viability. Two studies on foetal and neonatal cardiac output and heart rate following exposure to RFR noted significant changes. 
An alarming aspect of RFR radiation is the research showing detrimental effects to fertilityPanagopoulos et al The effect of exposure duration on the biological activity of mobile telephony radiation  (reproductive capacity of the insect Drosophila melanogaster) 2010The results show that the reproductive capacity decreases almost linearly with increasing exposure duration to both GSM 900 and DCS 1800 radiation, suggesting that short-term exposures to these radiations have cumulative effects on living organisms. 


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