If One Cell Phone is Risky, How About One Hundred Phones in a Tight Area?

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SHOW LOW, Ariz. - eTradeWire -- Is social distancing saving our lives in more ways than not catching COVID-19?

Swedish Government, French Government, British Government, and even World Health Organization (WHO) studies* show that while one cell phone far enough from a human body can be safe, multiple cell phones densely packed together at a sporting event or concert can be deadly — destructive to the human immune system — the same way continuous long-term computer use is now being shown to cause symptoms from excessive non-ionizing radiation: reductions in body temperature (feeling cold), increased PMS, and measurable increases in blood pressure.

In his ground-breaking novel Vibrate, Miles A. Maxwell brings to light hidden evidence behind the decline of world health.

"When New York City billionaires begin dying mysteriously, their loved ones turn to former FBI Agent Naomi Soul. The symptoms are so strange, Naomi isn't sure herself its murder. Are these victims dying from natural causes as the police determine? Older victims survive, while younger ones perish. Are these deaths the result of some never-before-seen disease? Some of the victims were in excellent health. Are these victims being assassinated by some new weapon disguised as something ordinary?

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Finally, an astonishing truth is revealed. Naomi fights to take the killers down before they can supplant humans as the dominant life form on the planet. This highly-acclaimed novel explores the beginning of that end, and what we might or might not do personally to change the future.

*stateofreason.com/InfoVibrate.html

Miles A. Maxwell is a renowned political-thriller author out of Cheyenne, WY, and Mesa, AZ. Visit Miles on social media: Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MilesAMaxwell/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/MilesAMaxwell?ref_src=twsrc...) or his website: https:// (https://www.stateofreason.com/)www.stateofreaso...

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