Electromagnetic Radiation Field peril to Public Health ignored in New Zealand government’s single minded rush to please Internationals
Deliberate state policy fast tracks industrial scale solar installations by plugging them into town electrical substations to take advantage of in-place national grid connections. This campaign is now revealed as having failed to take into consideration the consequent proven adverse effects on community health and safety.
This is surprising because the founding world authority on the effect of electromagnetic clusters on humans was New Zealander Dr Neil Cherry.
He was associated with the other world authority Professor Robert Becker researcher in electrophysiology and electro medicine at the Veterans Administration Hospital of New York.
Professor Becker stated:-
“I have no doubt in my mind that, at the present time, the greatest polluting element in the earth’s environment is the proliferation of electromagnetic fields.”
Meanwhile an Australian study now concludes that Dr Neil Cherry discovered that electromagnetic radiation: -
“Caused DNA breakages, chromosome aberrations, increased oncogene activity in cells, altered brain activity, altered blood pressure and increased brain cancer at very low levels – much lower than those allowed by the Australian standard.”
The Australian study continues …….
“He also found that it impacts on the pineal gland in the brain, resulting in a reduction of melatonin – a vital part of many of the body’s biochemical systems, including the mediation of many hormone functions (including the control of weight) and a major scavenger of damaging free radicals.”
The Helensville power scheme planned to cover the town’s signature panorama vista (pictured in diagram above) is under planning review by the Auckland City Council.
The overseas-promoted generator installation scheme hugs the Helensville township so closely that residents note that the structural equipment actually intrudes into the town itself.
Further south the extent of the neighbourhood open array generating capacity campaign is revealed by the two international developers anticipating connecting up to the Greytown substation in order to pump into the national grid enough power for several cities in addition to the township of Greytown itself.
At issue is why the impact on human health of these immense electrical generating installations and their electromagnetic radiation fields is ignored?
This indifference is in contrast to the government-inspired urgency when for example the discovery of a sliver of asbestos on a building site triggers health and safety regulations requiring everyone on the site to vacate it immediately.
The government meanwhile intensifies the at-any-cost focus around its unifying rallying policy of being seen globally to eliminate carboniferous-derived energy.
There is a question. In this process has the government enshrined solar-derived power as the jewel in the international recognition crown it so intensely covets?
With New Zealand’s now recognised early work on identifying the damaging effects to human life of exposure to extensive clusters of electromagnetism there is another unanswered question.
It is why nobody in any official capacity explains the health and safety consequences.
If anyone in any capacity questions anyone at any level of official responsibility about this they are condescendingly dismissed as mere conspiracy theorists. There is no follow-up.
Yet for how long can the threat of electromagnetic radiation fields be so routinely brushed off?
Especially as there now emerges disclosures of the various schemes to position these vast arrays alongside town boundaries and in doing so endangering the neighbouring population densities.