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Cell Phone Usage Effects on Temperature Increase

 

 

Thermographic Evaluation of the MRET Polymer on the Reduction of Thermal Effects Caused by Radio Frequency Radiation 

Dr. Howard W. Fisher*, Dr. Seymour Pisarek, Dr. Igor V. Smirnov


ABSTRACT


“Thermography, also known as thermal imaging or infrared imaging, is an advanced non-invasive technique based on mapping the temperature profiles on the surface of an object.”   When cellular telephone technology was initially introduced, it was thought that these devices were incapable of generating heat  and that no thermal effects on tissue was taking place as a result of the radio frequency (RF) radiation.  It is now common knowledge that there are both thermal and non-thermal effects of cell phone microwave radiation.
Dr. Igor V. Smirnov has invented a piezoelectric liquid crystal known as the MRET polymer and used in the construction of a cell phone chip.  This polymer can significantly decrease the physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation, both thermal and non-thermal, by altering the waveform of the radiation.   Through the use of thermographic imaging, the thermal effects of RF radiation generated by a cellular phone were profiled.  The subsequent reduction of the radio frequency radiation thermal heating effects (64.28% and 112.5%) demonstrated by the MRET polymer has proven the occurrence of a physiological change. The benefits of a concomitant reduction of the non-thermal radiation effects by the MRET polymer must be considered to have occurred simultaneously.


INTRODUCTION

Epidemiological research for the last fifty years has identified an undeniable link between EMFs and diseases such as cancer, leukaemia, neurodegenerative disorders and hormonal disruption. Since the inundation of our environment by pervasive forms of wireless technologies, investigators have been able to determine  a relationship between radio frequency magnetic fields such as those generated by cell phones and their towers and disease related to documented genetic damage to peripheral blood lymphocytes,   micronuclei , blood brain barrier (BBB) leakage and brain tumours.    Further findings have implicated radio frequency radiation in causing sleep disorders and many other physiological anomalies .  Magnetic noise field technology has demonstrated the ability to offset these effects and due to the work of Dr. Igor Smirnov, this theoretical principle now has a practical application.    
“Temperature as an indicator of human health is quite ancient and has been reported to have been practiced by Hippocrates himself.   Thermography, as a medical imaging tool, is based on the fact that body exhibits bilateral thermal symmetry.” When radio frequency cellular phones were first introduced just over twenty years ago, these radiating devices were believed not to possess enough radiation to cause any thermal effects and not enough information was present at that time on the non-thermal effects.  “Subtle changes in the heat content of tissue may only be perceivable to a minimal portion of the population that is either heat sensitive or electrically hypersensitive.  The ability to detect and measure the thermal energy emitted from any object is known as thermography. The instruments used to measure the thermal energy are infrared cameras, and these cameras convert the invisible infrared spectrum into thermal images that can be translated into a photograph.   Many wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum are too long to be detected by the human eye and these are referred to as thermal or infrared energy.  These wavelengths are perceived by the body as heat.  Everything has a temperature, and through the use of thermography the temperature, and any temperature changes, can be measured using the infrared camera.    The images produced clearly show the heating effects of the infrared or "heat" radiation and not surprisingly, will show us the heating caused by cellular phones or any radiating device capable of causing thermal change.”
By measuring the temperature change whereby RF radiation is the only uncontrolled experimental parameter, it can be proven that not only do cells phones radiate but that these thermal affects can be quantified.  It can further be demonstrated whether or not any device is capable of reducing these effects. 


METHOD
Testing was conducted at the Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering and Research (SAMEER) Centre for Electromagnetics,  a division of the Research and Design Institution of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Department of Information for the Government of India, in Chennai on February 25, 2008 (Protocol I) and March 4, 2008 (Protocol II).  All thermographic imaging was conducted using standard thermography procedures, as per the guidelines from the Standards and Protocols in Clinical Thermographic Imaging released by the International Academy of Clinical Thermography,   
The subject in both case studies was a forty year old male.  All studies were conducted using a Compix Infrared Scanner Model number 6000A for both of the protocols.


PROTOCOL I
An image was captured to establish a baseline thermographic indicator and temperature of the subject (Figure 1).  The subject then talked on a Nokia model 1600 type RH 64 cell phone model for thirty-three minutes and the second image and temperature was recorded (Figure 2).  The MRET polymer cell phone chip was then placed on the cell phone near the internal antenna position and the subject talked again for thirty-three minutes on the cell phone  and the third image and temperature finding were recorded (Figure 3). 


PROTOCOL II
The first image was captured to establish a baseline thermographic indicator and temperature of the subject (Figure 4).  The subject then talked on a Nokia model 1600 type RH 64 cell phone model for thirty-three minutes and the second image and temperature were recorded (Figure 5).  The subject waited for fifteen minutes and the third image and temperature were recorded (Figure 6) to establish another baseline thermographic indicator and temperature. The MRET polymer cell phone chip was then placed on the cell phone near the internal antenna position and the subject talked again for thirty-three minutes on the cell phone  and the fourth image and temperature finding were recorded (Figure 7). 


RESULTS
The temperature findings for the observed results are listed in the following tables.  In Protocol I, the baseline (control) temperature was 36.7 degrees Celsius.  The temperature change caused by the radiation from the cell phone was 1.4 degrees Celsius.  The temperature change caused by the radiation from the cell phone with the MRET polymer applied was .5 degrees Celsius.    It can be seen from the thermographic images that there has been a large scale heating of the tissues of the head and face compared to the baseline and a large reduction of this bio-thermal effect caused by the MRET polymer.

TABLE I             TEMPERATURE OBSERVATIONS             02/25/2008


Protocol I

Temperature

Control (Baseline)

36.7 C

Cell phone

38.1 C

Cell phone with MRET polymer

37.2 C

TABLE II             TEMPERATURE OBSERVATIONS               03/4/2008


Protocol II

Temperature

Control (Baseline)

35.5 C

Cell phone

36.3 C

Second Control

35.6 C

Cell phone with MRET polymer

35.5 C

 

FIGURE 1                       CONTROL (BASELINE)  02/25/08
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FIGURE 2                                      CELL PHONE 02/25/08
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FIGURE 3       CELL PHONE WITH MRET POLYMER  02/25/08
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FIGURE 4                    CONTROL (BASELINE) 03/04/08
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FIGURE 5                           CELL PHONE 03/04/08
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FIGURE 6           SECOND CONTROL (BASELINE) 03/04/08
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FIGURE 7                 CELL PHONE WITH MRET POLYMER  03/04/08
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DISCUSSION

There are several issues that merit discussion in this experiment since the design of the testing was to examine only the bio-thermal effects of the radio frequency (RF) radiation emitted by cell phones and the potential intervention of these effects by the MRET polymer.  The findings of the reduced thermal effects were significant in both protocols but these findings raise two issues.  The first issue that bears consideration is, that in all likelihood, not only have the thermal effects of the RFR been reduced, but also the non-thermal effects, however that is beyond the scope of a thermographic investigation.  The non-thermal effects of RF radiation have been linked to many diseases and disorders and a relationship has been established to the potential for even greater physiological damage.   Since the MRET polymer is not a ‘blocking mechanism’ but functions via a mechanism that has demonstrated the ability to alter the damaging radiation wave, one must assume that changes have been made to the non-thermal effects as well.   From the findings of the thermographic diagnostic imaging results, both with the MRET  polymer (Figures 3 & 7) and without the MRET polymer technology in place  (Figures 2 & 5), it is apparent that the RF radiation has had a significantly reduced effect on tissue heating and the subsequent physiological implications and health risks.

Another issue that deserves discussion is the difference in findings between the two protocols.  In the first session there was no cooling off period between the cell phone use in order to allow the baseline temperature to return to pre-experimental status, and the use of the cell phone with the MRET polymer in place.  The two thirty-three minute sessions ran consecutively.  In other words, the effectiveness of the MRET polymer was in all likelihood even greater than the documented benefits recorded in the first protocol.   The MRET polymer not only significantly reduced the bio-thermal effects generated by the RF cellular phone, but the starting temperature of the experimental phase was 38.1 degrees Celsius, and this was reduced to 37.2 degrees Celsius, indicating a far greater thermal reduction effect. 

In the second protocol in which a cooling off period was added and a return to the baseline temperature was established, there was a total reduction in thermal effects produced by the cell phone.  This finding was similar to experiments conducted by other investigators which demonstrated a total reduction of bio-thermal effects from the RF radiation.

CONCLUSION

Cell phone radio frequency radiation caused an increased thermal effect to the head and surrounding tissues of the subject.  The MRET polymer, in the form of a cell phone chip, was responsible for a minimum reduction of 64.28% (Protocol I) and 112.5% (Protocol II) of the biological thermal effects caused by the radio frequency radiation emitted from the cellular phone.

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