"Technology as a Driver of Cancer", from "Positive Changes That Are Occurring, the Statistics, July 2013 to July 2017", by Jeff Miller

It's a draft, for sure, but I wanted to get the data out there. I'm trying to alternate days between Positive Changes That Are Occurring and studies of the adversary, such as this.

I'm publishing this tonight because I'm traveling early tomorrow.



FIRST TECHNOLOGY ADDICTS YOU, THEN TECHNOLOGY KILLS YOU



"The more data you compile the clearer this will become and I think it's worth pursuing but just broaching the subject is a pioneering effort."


Don Croft to Jeff Miller, on technology driven suicide, 2017



NON-IONIZING RADIATION CAUSES CANCER


Non-Ionizing radiation causes cancer. That’s why cancer in children increased 40% from 2000 to 2016. The article said “Modern life is killing children…”.


From 2009 to 2014, new cancer cases increased more 10 Percent.


A study in 2015 showed cellphone radiation causes cancer.


In December 2016, Medical Daily asked “Why Are Cancer Rates Increasing?”.


In January 2017, superfoodly.com asked “Do Cell Phones & WiFi Cause Cancer? Maybe”


In February 2017, cancer incidence was said to be “rising” among adolescents.


In April 2017, in a landmark ruling, an Italian Court found that cancer was linked to cellphone use. 


In September 2017, cancer deaths were said to be “down”, while new cancer cases were “on the rise, report says”.


In October 2017, WebMD wrung its hands and asked “Childhood Cancer Rates Are Rising. Why?






BRAIN CANCER AND BRAIN TUMORS


The risk for glioma brain tumors triples with long-term cell phone use, and the odds of getting one steadily increase with hours of use.


Malignant brain tumors in the U.K. increased 140% - more than doubled – from 1995 to 2016. 


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a pennmedicine.com article from October 2008 said “Reason for a rise in brain tumors remains a ‘mystery’ ”


It’s not in any way a “mystery”, to anyone, and certainly not Penn Medicine, in that an article from May 2014 clearly states “Extensive cell phone use can triple brain cancer risk”. The folks at the top of the pyramidally-architected control pyramid at Penn Medicine are bloodline-linked generational Satanists, whose forbears have run things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


Three years later, in 2011, the National Institute of Health feigned ignorance, slow-played and asked “‘Is’ the incidence of brain tumors ‘really’ increasing’?’ ”


Less than a year later, theconversation.com grudgingly documented that “CT scans ‘can’ triple risk of brain cancer, leukemia”.


The author did what they could to hedge by using the general “CT scans” in the headline. The truth, “buried” in the article below? Just two CT (computed tomography) scans of the head in childhood can triple the risk of brain cancer in later life. And people walk through the airport scanners like they’re nothing. I opt out and ask to be patted down. If everyone did that, the system would collapse in a day, because they couldn’t staff it.


Three reviews of the research on cell phone use and brain tumor risk were published in peer-reviewed journals in 2017. Each of these studies reports a statistically significant relationship between cell phone use of ten or more years and brain tumor risk, especially on the side of the head where the cell phone was predominantly placed during phone calls (i.e., ipsilateral use).


In July 2016, the National Institute of Health wrote of “Brain cancer ‘incidence’ trends in relation to cellular telephone use in the United States”.


Where the Ministry of Truth has used the neutral ‘incidence trends’ to mask a sudden, exponential increase in brain cancer.


“The ‘recent’ trend in 20–29-year-old women was driven by a ‘rising’ incidence of frontal lobe cancers.”


They’ve said “recent” trend to make you think the trend has passed. The word “rising” is used in place of “increasing” because it’s a softer, kinder way to spin it, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s run things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


In 2017, it was shown that California government buried the truth about cell phone radiation causing brain cancer.


In April 2017, it was asked “Can mobile phones give you a brain tumor? An Italian court just ruled yes.”


In May 2017, deadly brain tumor rates in the U.K., U.S., Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden were said to be “on the increase”, and it was asked “is it attributable to mobile phones?








BREAST CANCER


Radiation causes breast cancer. That’s why, in August 2004, the National Institute of Health described “ ‘Radiation-induced’ malignancies following radiotherapy for breast cancer.”


Women exposed to high levels of outdoor blue light at night had a 150% higher risk of developing breast cancer and a 200% higher risk of developing prostate cancer, compared with those who were less exposed.


In April 2017, Discover Magazine Blogs spoke of “The ‘Mystery’ of Breast Cancer's Cause”. 


Discover Magazine is a pyramidally-architected Mouthpiece of the State, with generational Satanists up at the top of that control pyramid. We know that because way back in 1990 it was already known that radiation drives breast cancer: 


“There is no evidence that radiogenic breast cancers appear during the first 10 years following exposure, but after this time the number of such cancers appears to increase rapidly. On the relative-risk scale, the data suggest that the incidence peaks at 15 to 20 years after exposure and the mortality about 5 years later.”



COLORECTAL CANCER IS INCREASING ONLY IN THE GROUP WITH THE PHONE IN THEIR BACK POCKETS


Radiation causes colorectal cancer. That’s why a National Institute of Health article from September 2008 describes “ ‘Increased’ risk of colon cancer after external ‘radiation’ therapy for prostate cancer.


In the future, grade school children will wonder why people were meek enough to submit to treatments for cancer that were well-known to be cancer-causing, themselves.


The overall rates for colorectal cancer have been going down for several decades with the exception of one group; young white patients. Bowel cancer rates among younger people in the U.K. have gone up 48 per cent since 2004.


In February 2017, statnews.com said “Colorectal cancer ‘mystery’: ‘Rising’ rates among millennials, Gen X


We know that stat news is only pretending to not know about the phone in the back pocket, driving the colon cancer, because a National Institute of Health article from 2008 documents “Increased risk of colon cancer after external radiation therapy for prostate cancer.”


They’ve used “rising” in place of “increasing” because it’s softer and lighter, and thus hedges, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. 


In April 2017, New Zealand’s colorectal cancer rates among young adults were said to be “on the rise”.


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase” because it’s softer, lighter way of spinning “colorectal cancer rates increasing exponentially”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. 


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “unclear”. 


That’s why the reasons behind an “alarming rise” in early deaths of young adults in the north of England in April 2017 were said to be “unclear”.


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase” because it’s softer, lighter way of spinning “alarming increase in early deaths”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. 


In August 2017, CNN said colon and rectal cancer deaths were “on the rise, study says”. 


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase”, because it’s softer, lighter way of spinning “colon and rectal cancer deaths increase exponentially”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


The headline finishes with the snide “study ‘says’ “, which gives the subconscious the straw of “oh, but that was only one study!” to grasp. The Propagandist knows that the subconscious of many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.


In August 2017 the New York Times said “More Young People Are Dying of Colon Cancer.”


Where “more” is a general hedge, put forward against a farm more impactful statistic, to blunt awareness of the larger trend I’m documenting here.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why, in August 2017, Miami News 7 said “Colon cancer deaths ‘rise’ among younger adults, ‘and no one knows why’.”


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase”, because it’s softer, lighter way of spinning “colon cancer deaths increase exponentially among younger adults”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.



SMARTPHONE USE DRIVES INSOMNIA

 

A study from 2006 found that females have a 41% higher risk of Insomnia than males. The trend of female predisposition was consistent and progressive across age, with more significance in the elderly. (Insert final female vs. male addiction statistic - ed). Smartphone adoption in the US strongest among older people.


An article from April 2012 said “Insomnia Affects Women Slightly More Than Men”. 


An article from October 2015 said “Women are known to suffer more from sleep disturbances”, and attributed the doubling of insomnia in women vs. men to “raising young children”, “hormonal fluctuations” and “higher genetic risk”.


The plausible-deniability excuses are often put forward in groups of three, which gives the subconscious of the reader a buffet to pick from. The propagandist knows that the subconscious will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.


A study from 2016 is entitled “Internet Addiction and Relationships with Insomnia, Anxiety, Depression, Stress and Self-Esteem in University Students: A Cross-Sectional Designed Study”.


In it, “heavy internet use was also reported to be associated to mood disorders [28], poor sleep quality [28, 29], low self-esteem [30], impulsivity [31], suicide [32, 33], lower levels of physical activity [29], and health problems (migraines, back pain, obesity) [34].


When examining insomnia, our results also showed that 9.8% of participants suffered from clinically significant insomnia and a strong correlation was found between potential internet addiction and insomnia.


Furthermore, a strong correlation was found in this study between potential internet addiction and anxiety, stress, and depression: the percentage of students suffering from anxiety, depression or stress is higher among potential internet addicts.


An article from June 2016, by Diedre Conroy, Ph.D., is headlined “3 Reasons Women Are More Likely to Have Insomnia”. Where “more” was used as a hedging generality, with the actual statistic “buried” below.


The stalling continues in the subhead: “No matter how tired you are, restful zzz’s can be evasive. Women experience this more often than men, thanks to a few factors.”


Where “more” is used as a second hedging generality a second time. You have to get to the body text to learn that “women are twice as likely to have insomnia — the inability to fall asleep and stay asleep — as men.”


Where the author has put “the inability to fall and stay asleep” in the middle of “women are twice as likely to have insomnia as men”, to interrupt the reader, and water down the impact of the statement.


The author attributes a doubling of insomnia to “hormones”, “mood disorders” and “the overlap of caregiver responsibilities and work”. These are plausible-deniability excuses, put forward to keep your eyes off the larger trend I’m documenting here.


In 2017, a National Institute of Health article by H. Tamura said that “Long hours of mobile phone use, particularly five hours or more per day, are associated with insomnia.”


An article from April 2017 is headlined “poor sleep quality and suicide attempt among adults with internet addiction: A nationwide community sample of Korea”, saying “Among adults with Internet Addiction,  poor sleep quality was found to be associated with more severe IA and lifetime suicide attempts.


Where the author has used the more-general “poor sleep quality” instead of the clear term “insomnia”, to make the subject drastically less searchable.


They’ve also slickly shifted the blame for suicide from “internet addiction” to “poor sleep quality”. When, clearly, internet addiction drives both insomnia and suicide.


In June 2017, CNN guilessly asked “Can't sleep? Your smartphone may be the problem”, and said that “Smartphone use is associated with worse quality of sleep in adults, according to a study”. 


Where “according to a study” allows the reader to imagine it might not be true, because “it’s only one study!”. The word “worse” is used as a general hedge against a far-more-impactful statistic. And at the back of it, the article is a hit-piece, written to try to socially engineer the collapse of technology so that it is confined merely to so-called “smart” phones.


An article from June 2017 found “Association between Excessive Use of Mobile Phone and Insomnia and Depression among Japanese Adolescents”.


The study found that long hours of mobile phone use was “associated with” insomnia, particularly in students using mobile phones for 5 h or more a day. Additionally, long hours spent using mobile phones for SNS or online chat was related to depression, particularly in students who spent 2 h or more on SNS and online chat.



KIDNEY CANCER


The number of people were diagnosed with kidney cancer in the U.K. more than doubled from the mid 1990’s through 2016.



LEUKEMIA


Radiation causes Leukemia. That’s why, in 1990, the National Institute of Health said “ ‘The induction of leukemia by ionizing radiation has been well documented in humans and laboratory animals’.”


Well, if that’s true, then why does an ascopost.com article from November 2015 grudgingly ask “ ‘Does’ Low-Dose Radiation Cause Leukemia’?’ “ in November 2015?


“Ascopost.com” is a State propaganda outlet, doing what it can to hedge and defray against the rising awareness that radiation of all types is a plague upon humanity.


While the article must allow “It is ‘more likely than not’ that low doses of ionizing radiation increase the risk of leukemia.”


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a New York Times article from June 1991 says “ ‘Study’ Finds ‘Mysterious’ ‘Rise’ In Childhood Cancer Rate”.


As an Organ of the State, they’ve done what they could to hedge, by saying “ ‘study’ finds” to start the headline. That allows your subconscious to immediately grasp the straw of “oh, but that’s just one study!” 


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase”, because it’s softer, lighter way of spinning “exponential increase in cancer in children”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


The article continues: “The overall rate of cancer among children is ‘mounting steadily’, and the increase for the two most common childhood malignancies, leukemia and brain tumors, is particularly sharp.


The author has used “mounting ‘steadily’ ” to clearly imply that the increase has been steady, over time, which is in direct contradiction to the truth: that it’s increased suddenly and exponentially.











LIVER CANCER


Liver cancer deaths in the U.S. increased 43% from 2001 to 2017.


Death rates from liver cancer have doubled in the United States since the mid-1980s.


In October 2017, “experts” in Australia said that liver cancer rates had “jumped”.



LUNG CANCER


Lung cancer cases in Northern Ireland increased by a third from 2006 to 2014. The increase among women was more than four times the rise in men. The increase was attributed to a “report” that said “More women than men are taking up smoking”. A fifth of all women in Ireland smoke (20%), a lower percentage than men (26%). 


In May 2017, sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com widened its eyes to simulate honesty and said “ ‘Growing’ Lung Cancer Toll On Non-Smoking Women A ‘Mystery’ “. Where “growing” is a queasy, horrible allusion to cancer, as well as a more-positive way to spin “increasing”.


CBS is lying pathologically. They’re not ‘mystified’ in any way. In that Japan and Greece have the highest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the lowest incidence of lung cancer. In direct contrast to this, America, Australia, Russia, and some South Pacific island groups have the lowest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the highest incidence of lung cancer.


LYMPHOMA


in April 2001, the National Cancer Institute said, with a completely straight face, “Lymphoma Rate ‘Rise’ Continues to ‘Baffle’ Researchers”.


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase” because it’s softer and lighter, and thus hedges, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. 


They’re lying about being baffled, in that, in November 2015, the National Institute of Health said “It is ‘more likely than not’ that low doses of ‘ionizing’ radiation ‘increase’ the risk of leukemia.”


They took care to say “ionizing radiation”, because, as of July 2020, the folks in charge are still falsely asserting that non-ionizing radiation is harmless with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.



SMART PHONES DRIVE NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE, BECAUSE NON-IONIZING RADIATION CAUSES THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER TO LEAK


The rate of death from Alzheimer's disease increased by more than 50 percent from 1999 to 2014.


The age-adjusted death rate from Alzheimer’s disease increased by 39 percent from 2000 through 2010 in the United States.


In February 2003, bbc.co.uk said that Cell Phones “ ‘May’ Trigger Alzheimer’s Disease”.


In January 2010, Web asked “ ‘Can’ Cell Phones Help ‘Fight ‘Alzheimer’s? 


In May 2010, nature.com spoke of “Missing pieces in the Parkinson's disease ‘puzzle’ “.


Nature.com is a State propaganda Organ, and is only pretending to be “puzzled”. In that, in July 2016, mdsabstracts.org plainly spoke of “Delayed effects of brain radiation presenting as parkinsonism.”


In May 2016, the National Institute of Health said “Their results were consistent and worrisome: microwave radiation…’caused the blood-brain barrier . . .to leak’.”


In July 2016, the National Institute of health widened its eyes to simulate honesty and asked “ ‘Can’ Radiation From CT Scans Alleviate ‘Symptoms’ Of Alzheimer’s’?’ ”


Three months later, they published another article, headlined “ ‘Concern’ that radiation ‘may’ contribute to development of Alzheimer’s”.


Summing up: in the latter half of 2016, the National Health Organization said (sic): “Can radiation from CT scans, which may contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s, alleviate symptoms of Alzheimer’s?”


I’m telling you, generations of children in the future are not going to be able to comprehend that any of this happened as it did.


In 2017, the Journal of the American Medical Association said that, in Alzheimer’s, “(The blood-brain barrier) ‘becomes leaky’, letting in undesirable agents and hindering the clearing of the amyloid.”


In March 2017, theactuary.com questioned “ ‘Is’ dementia ‘really’ on the ‘rise?’


Rise” is the most positive possible way to say “increase”. Since the subject we’re discussing is Alzheimer’s, it’s blatant and bizarre positive spin.


In May 2017, the CDC reported that Alzheimer's deaths were “skyrocketing”, but averred that “It didn't happen in one year, it's been a steady trend over time”.


Where “skyrocketing” infers that numbers have shot up, but will fall right back down to Earth again, like a skyrocket. It’s also a thinly-veiled reference to the fall Lord Lucifer.


And, even though an analysis of the statistics shows a sudden, recent increase, the “Big Lie” is used to claim that the exact opposite has taken place: that it’s been a “steady trend”, “over time”.


In June 2017, the University of Southern California raised its index finger and proclaimed “Science without borders is needed to solve the ‘mystery’ of Alzheimer’s”.


In November 2016, the National Institute of Health mopped its brow again and wearily spoke of “Plaques, tangles and the ‘mystery’ of Alzheimer's disease”. 


We know they’re lying bald-fadedly, thanks to the article they wrote for us just month previously, headlined “ ‘Concern’ that radiation ‘may’ contribute to development of Alzheimer’s”.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why, just two months later, in January 2017, USA Today - perhaps the most imbecilic newspaper in the history of humankind - furrowed its brow and said “ ‘Trying to solve’ the Alzheimer's ‘puzzle’ ” 


The propagandists are sticking with the script, because they know that the subconscious of many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw, no matter how thin, to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.


Generations of children in the future are not going to be able to comprehend that any of this happened as it did. Not that there couldn’t be people sick enough to try such things, but rather that there were that many rubes who were either credulous enough or mentally ill enough to believe them.

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In May 2007, ABC news told of “The Parkinson's ‘Mystery’ ”.


In May 2017, the WBHI Think Tank said “Alzheimer's disease continues to ‘baffle’ scientists”.


In September 2017, “In the Pipeline” earnestly described “A New Piece of the Parkinson's ‘Puzzle’.” 


In November 2017 the Sanger Institute spoke of “Alzheimer's Disease: The ‘puzzle’ we're ‘so desperate’ to solve”.


In November 2017, Bryn Mawr College solemnly intoned “Parkinson's Disease: ‘Unraveling’ the ‘Mystery’ ”.




PARKINSON’S


Parkinson’s disease is caused by radiation. That’s why a National Institute of Health article from July 2016 documents “Delayed effects of brain radiation presenting as parkinsonism”. Which is cheering, in that, just three years earlier, in July 2013, the NIH had incredulously asked “ ‘Can’ radiation be linked to Parkinson’s’?’ “.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a voanews.com article from April 2009 is headlined “Parkinson's Disease: A Movement Disorder, and a ‘Mystery’ of the Brain”.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a “Nature Medicine” article from May 2010 describes “Missing pieces in the Parkinson's disease ‘puzzle’ “.


Even though everyone on Earth, including the National Institute of Health knows that Parkinson’s disease is caused by radiation, a National Institute of Health Article from 2015 asks “ ‘Should’ we irradiate a brain tumor in a patient with parkinsonism’?’ “.




ORAL CANCER IS INCREASINGLY MOST ACUTELY AMONG WHITES, THE SEGMENT OF THE POPULACE WHO ARE MOST ADDICTED TO THEIR PHONES


From 1975 to 2007, oral cancer increased 28% among people 18 to 44 years of age. Among white people in this age group, the incidence increased 67%. The increase was highest for white women, at 111%.


Breast cancer increased 25% from 1975 to 2017. White women have the highest rate of breast cancer.


In February 2017, oral tongue cancer among white men and women was said to be “rising”.





PANCREATIC CANCER


Pancreatic cancer rose rapidly in Taiwan from 1999-2012. The age-standardized incidence rate increased from 3.7 per 100,000 in 1999 to 5.0 per 100,000 in 2012, with a significant ‘rising’ trend.


They said “rising” trend because it’s a softer, nicer way to spin “increasing cancer rates”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


The author provided the numbers, but carefully hedged by omitting the percentage increase between them, as providing it would give the reader a clearer view in to the magnitude of the horror they are covering up. And, so, I had to do the math.


Pancreatic cancer in Taiwan increased 35% from 1999 to 2012.


A story from September 2016 said that “Pancreatic cancer has been a difficult ‘puzzle’ for scientists to solve.”


Where the past-tense “has been” falsely implies that the “scientists” have already solved it.


In April 2017, the National Institute of Health went over the top with “Pancreatic Cancer: “A ‘Riddle’ Wrapped in a ‘Mystery’ inside an ‘Enigma’ ”


They used three memes in a row to really demean and humiliate you.


We know they’re lying about not knowing what’s driving the disease because, in 2017, Clark.edu grudgingly documented that “ ‘Some’ evidence has been recorded of a ‘possible’ connection between cancers of the pancreas and exposure to ‘ionizing’ radiation. 


As of July 2020, the folks in charge are still falsely asserting that non-ionizing radiation is harmless with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.


In November 2017, “What You Need To Know” said that Pancreatic cancer was “on the ‘rise’ ”.


They said “rise” trend because it’s a softer, nicer way to spin “pancreatic cancer increasing exponentially”, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.



PROSTATE CANCER


Men exposed to high levels of indoor artificial light have a 280% higher risk of developing prostate cancer.


THYROID CANCER


Thyroid cancer increased 140 percent from 1973 to 2002. Women are three times as likely to develop the disease as men. 


In 2006, researchers concluded the increase was simply a result of “increased diagnostic scrutiny.”


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a Charlotte Observer article from May 2009 reads “Thyroid cancer increase ‘baffles’ researchers”.


The Charlotte Observer is a bald-fadedly lying Organ of the State, and the unspecified “researchers” it speaks of are in no way, shape or form “baffled”. In that a February 2007 article from thyroid.org clearly states “the thyroid gland is particularly sensitive to ‘certain’ types of radiation.”


In March 2017, Medscape asked “Thyroid Cancer Increase: Is It Real?” While, just three months later, in July 2017, AARP Magazine stated that “Thyroid Cancer Rates Have Tripled as Detection Improves”.


We’ve just seen a tripling in thyroid incidence called “fictitious” by the What To Think propaganda outlet “medscape”.




THYROID CANCER


Radiation causes Thyroid cancer. That’s why a health.harvard.edu article from February 2007 is headlined “By the way, doctor: How ‘does’ radiation cause thyroid cancer’?’ ”


As a Mouthpiece of the State, Harvard hedges as best they may by saying “Compared to many other organs, the thyroid gland is particularly sensitive to ‘certain’ types of radiation.”


They’re playing like all radiation doesn’t drive cancer. At this writing, in July 2020, the folks in charge are still maintaining with a straight face that non-ionizing radiation is harmless.


They’ve been stonewalling radiation as a driver of thyroid cancer for decades. In January 1997, a study on Thyroid Cancer in the Pacific Islands found  that “Environmental radiation, however, does not appear to be a ‘likely’ explanation for the high rates of thyroid cancer” in the Pacific Islands.


In May 2009, the Charlotte Observer said, with a straight face, “Thyroid cancer ‘increase’ ‘baffles’ researchers”.


Where “increase” is general. They’ve put forward a hedging generality to try to block your awareness of the exponential increase in radiation driven Thyroid cancer.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why another story from May 2009, from the smarmily-named “Newswise” said “Thyroid Cancer ‘Increasing’, Scientists ‘Don't Know Why’ “.


Where “increasing” is general. They’ve put forward a hedging generality to try to block your awareness of the exponential increase in radiation driven Thyroid cancer.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story from June 2011 is headlined “Unlocking the ‘mysteries’ of thyroid cancer”.




MYSTERY, BAFFLED, PUZZLED AND RELATED MEMES AS MASKS FOR TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN CANCERS AND TUMORS


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why, in April 2001, the National Cancer Institute said, with a completely straight face, “Lymphoma Rate ‘Rise’ Continues to ‘Baffle’ Researchers”.


They’ve used “rise” in place of “increase” because it’s softer and lighter, and thus hedges, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. 


They’re lying about being baffled, in that, in November 2015, the National Institute of Health said “It is ‘more likely than not’ that low doses of ‘ionizing’ radiation ‘increase’ the risk of leukemia.”


They took care to say “ionizing radiation”, because, as of July 2020, the folks in charge are still falsely asserting that non-ionizing radiation is harmless with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.


In May 2007, ABC news told of “The Parkinson's ‘Mystery’ ”.


gIn October 2008, pennmedicine.com said “Reason for a rise in brain tumors remains a ‘mystery’ ”


It’s not in any way a “mystery”, to anyone, in that an article from May 2014 clearly states “Extensive cell phone use can triple brain cancer risk”.


The folks at the top of the pyramidally-architected control pyramid at Penn Medicine are bloodline-linked generational Satanists, whose forbears have run things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a voanews.com article from April 2009 is headlined “Parkinson's Disease: A Movement Disorder, and a ‘Mystery’ of the Brain”.


In May 2009, the Charlotte Observer said, with a straight face, “Thyroid cancer ‘increase’ ‘baffles’ researchers”.


The Charlotte Observer is an Organ of the State, who is only pretending to be “baffled”. In that a February 2007 article from thyroid.org clearly states “the thyroid gland is particularly sensitive to ‘certain’ types of radiation.”


Where “increase” is general. They’ve put forward a hedging generality to try to block your awareness of the exponential increase in radiation driven Thyroid cancer.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why another story from May 2009, from the smarmily-named “Newswise” said “Thyroid Cancer ‘Increasing’, Scientists ‘Don't Know Why’ “.


Where “increasing” is general. They’ve put forward a hedging generality to try to block your awareness of the exponential increase in radiation driven Thyroid cancer.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a “Nature Medicine” article from May 2010 describes “Missing pieces in the Parkinson's disease ‘puzzle’ “.


In 2011, the National Institute of Health feigned ignorance, slow-played and asked “‘Is’ the incidence of brain tumors ‘really’ increasing’?’ ”


Less than a year later, theconversation.com documented that “CT scans ‘can’ triple risk of brain cancer, leukemia”.


The author did what they could to hedge by using the general “CT scans” in the headline. The truth, “buried” in the article below? Just two CT (computed tomography) scans of the head in childhood can triple the risk of brain cancer in later life. And people walk through the airport scanners like they’re nothing. I opt out and ask to be patted down. If everyone did that, the system would collapse in a day, because they couldn’t staff it.


The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. 


That’s why a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story from June 2011 is headlined “Unlocking the ‘mysteries’ of thyroid cancer”.


In June 2012, the California Health Report wrote earnestly that “Increase in childhood cancer a ‘puzzle’ ”.


Even though everyone on Earth, including the National Institute of Health knows that Parkinson’s disease is caused by radiation, a National Institute of Health Article from 2015 asks “ ‘Should’ we irradiate a brain tumor in a patient with parkinsonism’?’ “. The question mark is a variant meme of “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled”.


In July 2016, the National Institute of Health wrote of “Brain cancer ‘incidence’ trends in relation to cellular telephone use in the United States”.


Where the Ministry of Truth has used the neutral ‘incidence trends’ to mask a sudden, exponential increase in brain cancer.


“The ‘recent’ trend in 20–29-year-old women was driven by a ‘rising’ incidence of frontal lobe cancers.”


They’ve said “recent” trend to make you think the trend has passed. The word “rising” is used in place of “increasing” because it’s a softer, kinder way to spin it, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s run things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.


A story from September 2016 said that “Pancreatic cancer has been a difficult ‘puzzle’ for scientists to solve.”


Where the past-tense “has been” falsely implies that the “scientists” have already solved it.


In February 2017, statnews.com said “Colorectal cancer ‘mystery’: ‘Rising’ rates among millennials, Gen X


We know that stat news is only pretending to not know about the phone in the back pocket, driving the colon cancer, because a National Institute of Health article from 2008 documents “Increased risk of colon cancer after external radiation therapy for prostate cancer.”


They’ve used “rising” in place of “increasing” because it’s softer and lighter, and thus hedges, and also because it’s a thinly-veiled reference to the object of worship of the Atonist Black-Sun cult that’s ruled things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. 


In April 2017, the National Institute of Health went over the top with “Pancreatic Cancer: “A ‘Riddle’ Wrapped in a ‘Mystery’ inside an ‘Enigma’ ”


They used three memes in a row to really demean and humiliate you.


We know they’re lying about not knowing what’s driving the disease because In 2017 Clark.edu grudgingly documented that “ ‘Some’ evidence has been recorded of a ‘possible’ connection between cancers of the pancreas and exposure to ‘ionizing’ radiation. As of July 2020, the folks in charge are still falsely asserting that non-ionizing radiation is harmless with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.


In April 2017, Discover Magazine Blogs spoke of “The ‘Mystery’ of Breast Cancer's Cause”. Discover Magazine is a pyramidally-architected Mouthpiece of the State, with generational Satanists up at the top of that control pyramid. We know that because way back in 1990 it was already known that radiation drives breast cancer. “There is no evidence that radiogenic breast cancers appear during the first 10 years following exposure, but after this time the number of such cancers appears to increase rapidly. On the relative-risk scale, the data suggest that the incidence peaks at 15 to 20 years after exposure and the mortality about 5 years later.”


In May 2017, the WBHI Think Tank said “Alzheimer's disease continues to ‘baffle’ scientists”.


In May 2017, sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com widened its eyes to simulate honesty and said “ ‘Growing’ Lung Cancer Toll On Non-Smoking Women A ‘Mystery’ “. Where “growing” is a queasy, horrible allusion to cancer, as well as a more-positive way to spin “increasing”.


CBS is lying pathologically. They’re not ‘mystified’ in any way. In that Japan and Greece have the highest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the lowest incidence of lung cancer. In direct contrast to this, America, Australia, Russia, and some South Pacific island groups have the lowest numbers of adult cigarette smokers in the world, but the highest incidence of lung cancer.


In September 2017, “In the Pipeline” earnestly described “A New Piece of the Parkinson's ‘Puzzle’.” 


In November 2017 the Sanger Institute spoke of “Alzheimer's Disease: The ‘puzzle’ we're ‘so desperate’ to solve”.


In November 2017, Bryn Mawr College solemnly intoned “Parkinson's Disease: ‘Unraveling’ the ‘Mystery’ ”.







Jeff Miller, Brooklyn, New York, July 29, 2020




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