Jason Bawden-Smith has made visible one of the greatest risks of modern life and taught us what to do to protect our health I intend to make quite a fuss until the people I love have all read In the Dark and are taking action.' Catherine Austin Fitts Do you spend the majority of your day in front of a laptop, in artificial light? Then drive home, chatting on your Bluetooth before heating up your dinner in the microwave? Then you relax with your iPad, glancing at your flat screen TV that s downloading the latest movie, before setting the alarm on your phone and sleeping with it next to your head, the smart meter buzzing away in the background? Here s another question: How do you feel? Any headaches or ringing in the ears? Lack of energy? Putting on weight? Annoying little allergies? Ever wondered if there s a connection?
There s no doubt technology serves great function in this day and age, and will continue to do so. In the Dark, Jason Bawden-Smith simply brings stronger awareness to the adverse effects technology can have, and offers simple and practical measures people can take, without feeling they have to compromise the lifestyle they want.
Major Street Publishing
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01 November 2016
1. Foreword (Andrew Marino - TBC). 2. Preface. 3. The Boiling Frog 4. Playing Devil's Advocate 5. Bringing it Home 6. The Coming Shadows of Exponential Technologies 7. Entrepreneurs to the Rescue 8. Research and References.
Jason Bawden-Smith is an environmental scientist, entrepreneur, author and speaker. He founded four companies during his business career, including one of largest and most successful contaminated land consultancy companies in Australia, JBS&G. Jason's achievements include sourcing and introducing technology into Australia that has reduced lead poisoning in Australia's children and reduced the impact of excessive exploration and mining activities on the planet. He is currently concerned with the problem of today: Our addiction to technology and withdrawal from the sun which is caused an epidemic of disease. Here's what we can do about it ....