Blood cells clump together after a few minutes of radiation exposure from wireless technology. This is shown on several independent studies. The effect, which ultimately can cause headaches, fatigue, cardiac and blood pressure problems is consistent with theoretical calculations that a professor of theoretical physics at Linköping University reported already in 2004.

In the year 2004 an article from Linköping University caught international attention. Bo Sernelius, professor of theoretical physics, had calculated that radiation from ordinary mobile phones (and other wireless technology) can form unpredictably forces at a cell level, up to ten billion times stronger than normal. The effect of this leads to red blood cells to clump together.

Weak charges became 10 billion times stronger
Water molecules inside the cells of the body have poles with positive and negative charges which creates attraction forces between the cells. These charges are normally extremely weak.

When Bo Sernelius made a theoretical calculation of what happens with two red blood cells when exposed to microwave radiation from mobile phones, he found that the cells which through their positive and negative poles tend to clump together in a row, because very weak charges become very much stronger. He found that the increase was as much as ten billion compared to normal.

The results were published in the scientific journal PCCP, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, and even attracted attention internationally, such as the New Scientist.

The consequence can also be, for example, making the blood vessels to constrict.

”We found a huge increase in the attraction forces. The effects can be expected to occur in other tissues. ”Wrote Bo Sernelius.

– If the power had increased by ten times had it not been anything noticible. But now it became ten to the power of ten. There is a one with 10 zeros behind it, said Bo Sernelius to Ny Teknik in 2004.

The question is whether mobile phone radiation can also cause blood clots or not. Bo Sernelius could not answer in 2004 but he called for a new research.



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