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The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life

By Arthur Firstenberg
Published by Chelsea Green Publishing in 2020 (9781645020103)
English, 512 pages
Tags: nonfiction, medicine, science, technology
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Electricity has shaped the modern world. But how has it affected our health and environment?

Over the last 220 years, society has evolved a universal belief that electricity is 'safe' for humanity and the planet. Scientist and journalist Arthur Firstenberg disrupts this conviction by telling the story of electricity in a way it has never been told before—from an environmental point of view—by detailing the effects that this fundamental societal building block has had on our health and our planet.

In The Invisible Rainbow, Firstenberg traces the history of electricity from the early eighteenth century to the present, making a compelling case that many environmental problems, as well as the major diseases of industrialized civilization—heart disease, diabetes, and cancer—are related to electrical pollution.

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I was looking for that ebook after watching this video

Interesting Youtube video

The 5G Report: Guru Jagat x Arthur Firstenberg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G97SZtw6yw

Thanks for the link. This book was also mentioned in Esoteric Agenda 2 in relation to 5G and the coronavirus. There must be something to it.

He's assembled a number of notorious facts available for many years about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation (ER), but he's omitted as well many important ones, like Robert O'Becker's discovery that germs can be made more virulent by it.

His own history on being confronted about the health dangers of ER through a series of 40 dental X-Rays which allegedly "damaged" him is presented at face value, with absolutely no mention or discussion in either of his 2 books.

Normal, since it's unheard of.

In this book, pg 9, he seriously writes "Prior to the 1860s, diabetes was so rare that few doctors saw
more than one or two cases during their lifetime."

Then he claims influenza isn't contagious.

They guy has a loose screw or two.