A 2018 study of birthrates in the United States found that births were down by 600,000 last year — and this is just with 4G, prior to the 5G Beast roll out beginning nationally in 2019 .
Numerous other studies have confirmed that male sperm count has been in decline for decades, long before advances in high frequency wireless technology. Some attribute it to the fluoridation of public drinking water. During the last 40 years, sperm counts have declined an average of 50 to 60 percent.
EMFresearch.com lists over 300 studies linking eletromagnetic field (EMF) radiation emissions to fertility issues. EMFs have been found to impact both male and female fertility and affect unborn fetuses in numerous ways, including fragmenting DNA.
Males, however, are especially vulnerable to EMF radiation exposure. This is because male reproductive organs sit relatively close to the surface of the body whereas female sex organs are buried deep within thick tissues.
The following list illustrates how EMFs impact fertility and contribute to other serious health issues, and links are provided to recent studies:
- EMFs directly impact DNA in reproductive organs and tissues, especially since there is no bone to protect this fragile area that houses the ovum or testicles.
- A 2011 study revealed that use of laptop computers connected to WiFi decreases human sperm mobility and increases sperm DNA fragmentation.
- A 2008 U.S. study found that the use of cell phones reduces the sperm count, motility, viability and normal morphology of sperm in men.
- A 2009 study confirmed that cell phone radiation leads to oxidative stress in human semen and determined that keeping a cell phone in one’s pocket around the area of the genitalia can negatively impact male fertility.
In a 2013 study that examined the effects of cell phone waves upon male rats, researchers found that they caused oxidative stress in the body that can lead to numerous deadly diseases. It concluded that exposure to EMFs should be decreased as much as possible:
“Cell phone waves may, in addition to affecting sperm parameters, cause oxidative stress in the body and consequently create various diseases. . . It is recommended that more attention be paid to cell phone waves as a source of oxidative stress and exposure to these waves be decreased as much as possible. It is also suggested that individuals who spend more time on cell phones be monitored periodically in terms of reproductive system health and it is recommended that they consume a diet full of antioxidants in order to minimize the adverse effects of these waves.”
All Species Becoming More Feminized
The herbicide atrazine is one of the most liberally applied pesticides in the world and is the most commonly detected pesticide contaminant of ground, surface and drinking water. It’s also a potent endocrine disruptor that is active at low concentrations.
National Academy of Science studies demonstrated the reproductive consequences of atrazine exposure in adult amphibians. Atrazine-exposed males were both demasculinized (chemically castrated) and completely feminized as adults. Ten percent of the exposed genetic males developed into functional females that copulated with unexposed males and produced viable eggs. Atrazine-exposed males suffered from depressed testosterone, decreased breeding gland size, demasculinized/feminized laryngeal development, suppressed mating behavior, reduced spermatogenesis and decreased fertility.
Explosion in Unisex or Intersex Fish
If that isn’t enough, a nine-year study conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey discovered an abundance of intersex fish in America’s rivers. Overall, 44 percent of the large-mouth and small-mouth bass dissected turned out to be intersex; but at some sites, 91 percent of the male large-mouth bass were affected. Biologist Jo Ellen Hinck’s team found intersex males at 34 of 111 sites in eight of nine major river basins, including the Columbia, the Colorado and the Mississippi. The southeastern U.S. was hit hardest.
Scientists claim to be uncertain about the culprit. Previous research indicates that wastewater treatment plants flush endocrine-disruptive compounds (EDCs), including pharmaceuticals, pesticides and hormones, into rivers. Even minuscule amounts of EDCs can trigger powerful hormonal shifts that deform male fishes’ reproductive organs. Synthetic estrogen used in birth-control pills have closed lakes and collapsed entire fish populations.
An even more likely culprit is rain runoff with waste that is laden with hormones excreted from millions of chickens and cattle. And lo and behold, both food sources are picking up EDC compounds in the environment. One is called phthalates, which possess anti-androgenic properties. This means that they alter the natural expression of male androgen hormones that are responsible for male characteristics. Accordingly, pregnant women whose fetuses are exposed to this agent end up reproducing males with smaller or deformed genitalia. An increasing number of males are experiencing delayed puberty, falling sperm counts and a rise in gender confusion, as boys are increasingly feminized both psychologically and through cultural psychology.
Tips for Aging Men to Maintain Male Hormones
- Avoid Statins
- Avoid Painkillers – Use healthy alternatives, such as turmeric.
- Avoid Fragrance – Fragrance often contains EDs. Use essential oils instead.
Dust and Vacuum – Use a vacuum with HEPA filter.
- Clean Regularly – Clean with vinegar, borax, baking soda.
- Clean Indoor Air – Change duct filters every three months. Large-leaf houseplants also help filter toxins from indoor air.
- Avoid Thermal Ink – Don’t take receipts; or, if you must, wash hands immediately after touching.
- Sweat to Detoxify – Exercise regularly.