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This monograph describes the largest unethical medical experiment in human history: the implementation and operation of non-ionizing non-visible EMF radiation (hereafter called wireless radiation) infrastructure for communications, surveillance, weaponry, and other applications. It is unethical because it violates the key ethical medical experiment requirement for “informed consent” by the overwhelming majority of the participants.


The monograph provides background on unethical medical research/experimentation, and frames the implementation of wireless radiation within that context. The monograph then identifies a wide spectrum of adverse effects of wireless radiation as reported in the premier biomedical literature for over seven decades. Even though many of these reported adverse effects are extremely severe, the true extent of their severity has been grossly underestimated.


Most of the reported laboratory experiments that produced these effects are not reflective of the real-life environment in which wireless radiation operates. Many experiments do not include pulsing and modulation of the carrier signal, and most do not account for synergistic effects of other toxic stimuli acting in concert with the wireless radiation. These two additions greatly exacerbate the severity of the adverse effects from wireless radiation, and their neglect in current (and past) experimentation results in substantial under-estimation of the breadth and severity of adverse effects to be expected in a real-life situation.


This lack of credible safety testing, combined with depriving the public of the opportunity to provide informed consent, contextualizes the wireless radiation infrastructure operation as an unethical medical experiment.


This monograph consists of four chapters and eight appendices. 


Chapter 1 focuses on unethical research, showing how wireless radiation infrastructure implementation fits into the Largest Unethical Medical Experiment in Human History framework of unethical medical experimentation, and providing many examples of other types of unethical medical experimentation.


Chapter 2 is the main technical chapter, focusing on adverse health effects of wireless radiation. It describes:

  • adverse effects from past research, and what additional adverse effects can be expected when 5G is implemented fully
  • lack of full consensus among key stakeholders on adverse effects from wireless radiation, and the role played by conflicts-of-interest in this lack of consensus
  • the main reason that this unethical medical experiment was allowed to take place:


Chapter 3 contains the references for the main text, and


Chapter 4 contains the eight appendices.


Appendix 1 presents more details about unethical medical experiments, including examples and many references for further study.


Appendix 2 contains a manual taxonomy of a representative adverse EMF effects database;


Appendix 3 contains a factor analysis taxonomy of the same database; and,


Appendix 4 contains a text clustering taxonomy of the same database. All three taxonomies contain links between the categories in the summary tables and the titles of papers associated with each category.


Appendix 5 shows the potential contribution of wireless radiation to the opioid crisis and potential contribution of wireless radiation to exacerbation of the coronavirus pandemic.


Appendix 6 shows the link between funding source and research outcomes, and presents many references on the topic of funding source-driven bias.


Appendix 7 describes the under-recognized adverse effects of wireless radiation related to medical implants (pacemakers, defibrillators, cochlear implants, dental implants, bone pins, etc) and metal appendages (metal jewelry, etc), and potential micro/nano-implant analogues.


Appendix 8 shows adverse effects of wireless radiation on automotive vehicle occupants (and bystanders), and the under-advertised on-board and external sources of this radiation.




Ronald Neil Kostoff received a Ph. D. in Aerospace and Mechanical Sciences from Princeton University in 1967. He has worked for Bell Laboratories, Department of Energy, Office of Naval Research, and MITRE Corp. He invented the Wake Shield for producing high vacuum in low orbit, and used in manned space missions for research and development. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles, served as Guest Editor of four journal Special Issues since 1994, obtained two text mining system patents, and presently is a Research Affiliate at Georgia Institute of Technology.


He has published on numerous medical topics in the peer-reviewed literature, including:

• potential treatments for
– Multiple Sclerosis,
– Parkinson’s Disease,
– Raynaud’s Phenomenon,
– Cataracts,
– Vitreous Restoration,
– Peripheral Neuropathy/Peripheral Arterial Disease
– Alzheimer’s Disease, and
– Chronic Kidney Disease;

• potential causes of Chronic Kidney Disease;
• potential causes of Alzheimer’s Disease;
• potential causes of Peripheral Neuropathy/Peripheral Arterial Disease
• potential impacts of Electromagnetic Fields on health; and
• synergistic effects of toxic stimuli combinations.


His recent publications in toxicology have shown that regulatory exposure limits to toxic stimuli are, on average, orders of magnitude too high compared to exposures shown to cause damage in the biomedical literature, and are not protecting the public from harmful substances.


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