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Could Someone Hack Your Pacemaker? FDA Is Recalling 465,000 Due to That Risk

Nearly 500,000 people in America are wearing pacemakers, devices that help control their heartbeat. Run by an internal battery but radio-controlled and wired in such a way that they actually could be hacked like a computer, pacemakers are now a subject of a massive recall. Abbott Laboratories, however, isn’t calling it a “recall” but, rather, is labeling it a “firmware update,” according to McClatchy DC Bureau. The updates affect 465,000 and take about three minutes.

The fact that someone not even in the same room with you could reprogram the very device that keeps your heart going is beyond comprehension, but it’s true. This is one of the dangers of modern machines run on electromagnetic fields (EMFs), and while rarely discussed, there's evidence this can happen to you, whether you have a pacemaker or not. We’re talking about smart grids, and I believe they are serious sources of health problems.

The smart grid promised to enhance energy security and reduce energy usage. In reality, 80 percent of households that have received a smart meter report increases on their utility bill. Plus, thousands of people complained of health problems developing shortly after receiving a smart meter on their home. In some cases, blood tests confirmed suspicions that RF radiation has impacted their health. In other words, they pose a danger similar to hackable pacemakers. Ill health effects include headaches, altered calcium metabolism in your heart, changes in the hippocampus of your brain, affecting memory and learning, and DNA damage in your cells.

This is called electromagnetic interference (EMI), something I’ve been studying for the last year, diving deep into the scientific literature of mitochondrial function, and how EMI affects your mitochondria. In other words, smart grids likely increase mitochondrial free radical damage and contribute to mitochondrial dysfunction — and that’s why I’m serious when I say these meters are devices that should be recalled from all homes across America, and not just for a “firmware update.”
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