Methylation is a chemical action that determines the quality of our gene expression. Poor gene expression can result in a wide array of diseases, from diabetes to cancer. Even your weight and mood are connected to your gene expression.
When 2G and 3G cell phone signal studies were done on rats over an 8 year period, the rats exposed to cellphone radiation actually tended to live longer and showed no increase in disease. This is why the FCC declared cellphones to be of no risk to humans.
However, in recent weeks, a new study has shown that humans react far differently to cell tower radiation than rats do.
This is due to human sweat glands, which are unique in the animal kingdom. The sweat ducts in our upper skin layer are coil-shaped, like miniature helical antennae – and they don’t just look like antennae, they literally behave like receivers for sub-THz band frequencies!