In 1960, long before cellphones were commercialized, this happened
A Cornell University neuroscientist, Allan Frey, conducted a fairly simple experiment on lab rats to determine the effects of radio frequency signals on the brain.
The brain contains a barrier (Blood Brain Barrier/BBB) that prevents or slows the passage of some drugs and other disease causing organisms from entering the CNS (Central Nervous System).
One such compound that this barrier can prevent – dye. Allan Frey injected florescent dye into the rats’ femoral veins. He observed that the entire body of the rat, expect for its brain, turned pink/grey.
After this, he exposed the rats to weak pulsed radio frequency signals. A few minutes later, the rat’s brain showed signs of the florescent dye entering its brain. The BBB had been breached. The rats showed similar results to radio frequency radiation.
The reasons for this research to have not progressed any further are currently unclear, but Allan Frey’s findings clearly proved that even weakly pulsed radiations cause harm to the brain.
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