Arthur Firstenberg is an American scientist, author and activist who has been on the forefront warning about the environmental and health effects of electricity and electromagnetic frequencies for 35 years and more recently 5G technology.  He was among the early pioneering voices to warn about the risks of electronically admitted EMFs during the start of the internet and wireless revolution.  In 1997 Arthur founded the Cellular Phone Task Force, which serves as a clearing house of scientific data about the health risks of radio frequency radiation from cellular phones, base stations and wireless facilities. More recently he has been the administrator of the 5G Space Appeal to call world attention to the international scientific community's warnings about the assault on our biosphere from the 10s of 1000s of planned satellites to bring 5G to the planet. Arthur graduated Phi Beta Kappa in mathematics from Cornell University, he attended the University of California School of Medicine at Irvine for four years before suffering injuries from excessive X-ray overdose.  Arthur is the author of several books, the most recent being "The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life." His websites are CellPhoneTaskForce.org and 5gSpaceAppeal.org


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