Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation
September 1984 | United States Environmental Protection Agency | .PDF
“The electrophysiological properties of single cells, especially the firing rates of neurons in isolated preparations, may be affected by RF radiation at SARs as low as 1 W/kg in a manner different from generalized heating”. [6-1]
“This document presents a critical review of the available literature on the biological effects of radiofrequency (RF) radiation.
The existing database provides sufficient evidence about the relation between RF-radiation exposure and biological effects to permit development of exposure limits to protect the health of the general public. It has been concluded from this review that biological effects occur at an SAR of about 1 W / kg; some of them may be significant under certain environmental conditions”.
RF Microwave Radiation Conversion Chart
[In addition to the rate or intensity of RF Radiation exposure, factoring in the duration of exposure and frequency characteristics is essential in order to complete the equation]
[Re: Potential Geophysical Warfare Techniques]
“The Institute for the Study of the Brain (sic) of the University of California is cited as engaged in research on the debilitating effect of weak vibrational fields on human behavior”. p. 84-85