B. Blake Levitt on Electromagnetic Environments & Our Health

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This Thursday evening, I will be speaking with B. Blake Levitt about our electromagnetic environment, and what we as both households and communities can do to understand and protect our health from nonionizing radiation as an environmental pollutant.

Blake is an award-winning medical and science journalist, a former New York Times writer, and author of “Electromagnetic Fields: A Consumer’s Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves,” for which she won a chapter award of excellence from the American Medical Writers Association. She is also the editor of “Cell Towers.”

One of the many things I appreciate about Blake’s work is that she does a thorough job of reviewing all the issues and research system-wide. Electromagnetic environment is a topic that is crosscutting to many scientific and engineering specialties and, while invisible, has a potential impact on just about everything.

Blake does a remarkable job of describing and integrating all of the areas and making the information accessible to you and me. I strongly recommend her books for anyone concerned about restoring or maintaining their physical and emotional health.

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