IS THERE A POSITIVE/NEGATIVE CAUSAL RELATION BETWEEN GSM-900/UMTS-900 AND OBSERVED CHANGES IN PRION DISEASES ?

Abstract : The annual number of deaths by Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) in France in persons aged less than 45 years varied considerably over the period from 1979 to 2011. It is shown that these variations are correlated to changes in emissions of artificial electromagnetic waves at 900 MHz and are explainable under a model of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease as a partly auto-immune disease, which also provides a mechanism for normal prion recruitment and transformation into the disease-causing form. 6 distinct correlations are established in the GSM-900 bandwidth: onset of TACS in the UK with the first BSE deaths, onset of GSM-900 in France with increase of yearly CJD deaths in men aged less than 45 years old and with the first BSE deaths, onset of UMTS-900 in France with decrease of yearly CJD deaths in the same age/sex category and with decrease of the BSE deaths, onset of UMTS-900 in the UK with decrease of yearly variant CJD (vCJD) deaths, all in agreement with basic theoretical predictions. The proposed explanation for these correlations is a positive/negative causal relationship between GSM-900/UMTS-900 and CJD in the less than 45 years old/vCJD/BSE. In view of the existence of a rational physical explanation, this positive/negative causal relationship cannot be rejected as “impossible”.
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Vincent Lauer. IS THERE A POSITIVE/NEGATIVE CAUSAL RELATION BETWEEN GSM-900/UMTS-900 AND OBSERVED CHANGES IN PRION DISEASES ?. 2015. ⟨hal-01103368v2⟩

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