Creutzfeldt-Jakob and “Mad Cow disease”

From 1979 to 1990 no man aged less than 25 died in France from a Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. The first death took place in 1991 and 4 others followed in 1992. These deaths coincide with the first emissions by GSM-900 base stations.

Whilst there was less than one death per year of men aged less than 45 by Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease until 1990, from 1992 to 2008 there were more than 4 deaths in this age category. The annual number of deaths came back to 1 after 2009, corresponding to the first UMTS-900 emissions, in the same band as GSM-900.

Deaths by Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in France, men aged less than 45, by age category.

This dual “coincidence” raises questions. Are there other similar coincidences ? Could CJD deaths in men aged less than 45 years be “controlled” by emissions in the 900 MHz band ? If so, is there a rational explanation ?

Indeed, other coincidences exist. Yes, deaths by CJD in men aged less than 45 years are largely “controlled” by emissions in the 900 MHz band. The necessary power for the interaction is very low, possibly lower than the power which is needed for a mobile phone to receive base station emissions. It is the modulation (GSM-900 or UMTS-900) which determines whether radiofrequencies cause or prevent CJD.

You may download a more complete approach, including Mad cow disease (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) and issues of physics:

Interaction of electromagnetic waves with prion diseases.

You may also download a complete scientific paper:

In the absence of a scientific consensus – the issue not being discussed anywhere else than on this web site – it is up to the reader to make a personal appreciation of the validity of the arguments presented herein. This may be made more easy by the fact that, outside the discussion of possible mechanisms, the argument relies mostly on a quite simple  analysis of coincidences.

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Vincent Lauer EIRL