Tuesday, January 10, 2017

#1773: Joe Imbriano

Though he is the founder of the American Open University (AOU), which has trained most of the members of the North American Imams Federation, fundamentalist Muslim theocrat Jaafar Sheikh Idris doesn’t appear to count as American – he needs a brief mention, though, for his apparent influence among certain crazier Muslim groups in the US.

Joe Imbriano, on the other hand, claims to have identified the true cause of autism. His contribution is in fact a tiny bit original since the main culprit for Imbriano isn’t vaccines – the by far most popular perceived villain among deranged anti-scientist non-experts – but … [facepalm] … EMF. Which is emphatically no less stupid than blaming vaccines. Imbriano relates his ravings to the public on the website thecauseofautism, which is concerned with two topics: That “WiFi in the schools is dangerous to young children,” and “that Microwave Electro-Magnetic Frequency Emissions acting upon metals in the child’s brain in and out of the womb is the cause of autism.” Imbriano ostensibly got the idea when he tried to microwave a tinfoil-wrapped burger in the 80s, which showed him that microwaving metal is dangerous. On the other hand, according to Imbriano, carbonyl iron powder, which is often used as an iron supplement, does not create a spectacle when microwaved but instead absorbs the radiation. This shows that EMF microwave emissions are “creating electrical discharges and voltage spikes on certain metals,” allowing “metals and toxins to get in the brain by opening the BBB [blood-brain barrier] channels” and producing a “fireworks show at the cellular level”, which is “destroying the myelin sheathing” of neurons in the brain and thereby causing autism in vulnerable populations. It’s rather painfully clear when reading his rants that Imbriano doesn’t really have more than a cursory misunderstanding of the topics he is writing about, but that hasn’t stopped anyone before (and don’t even think about evidence – this is abject pseudoscience; it is confirmation by a priori speculation by someone who has not the faintest idea what he is speculating about).

In any case, certain iron supplements make developing fetus vulnerable to WiFi, and the idea is supported by the claim that anemia “shows up in almost all autistic children”. Then there is something about cord clamping, and … well, let’s just let Imbriano fit all the pieces together himself:

In summation, we believe that the WSJ article anectdotally confirms [whee] the implication of microwave emissions in having a causative effect on Autism. It is my belief that microwave EMF emissions acting on metals are the elusive missing link. We also believe that if all of the iron supplementation of the women was with carbonyl iron, instead of ferrous sulfate or ferrous gluconate, and, in term deliveries, cord clamping was delayed until pulsation ceases, or C sections were avoided when if at all possible, we could quite possibly, see virtually no autism if my assumptions are correct. If we removed EMF exposure entirely, we may just see the same results as well. The study didn’t specify which form of iron was taken. I would venture to say that carbonyl iron and ferrous sulfate are about 40%/50% ratio in terms of use by pregnant women and the other 10% being ferrous gluconate and other plant based forms which all differ in terms of their EMF absorption and permittivity.”

Calling this crazy speculation would be an insult to crazy speculation. Oh, and he cannot help himself: the “battery of immunizations are simply the straw that breaks the camel’s back of the already anemic, microwave EMF damaged, electrosensitive, immunocompromised infant.” So yes, it is vaccines. I’ll be darned.

Diagnosis: Tinfoil hat-style, frothing madman and Dunning-Kruger victim. His influence seems fortunately to be limited.


  1. Ok then genious...tell me if medicine and technology has gotten so advanced then why are we so sick? And doctors can't find anything supposedly or won't. I'm a victim of this. Medical intervention from allopathic Drs have slowly but surely been killing my systems within. Keep trying to dumb people down. Your mission will be shut down. And when you meet your maker you'll look back and see how helping this evil continue. And if you don't believe in God, I assure you...the time to start would be now.

    1. "why are we so sick?"

      Because we are getting old? You are aware that life expectancy - even if you disregard infant mortality - is double what it was some 150 years ago, right? Just 70 years ago, infectious diseases were a major cause of death. Very few die of infectious diseases these days. And infant mortality is almost gone in the Western world, meaning that people with chronic health problems actually survive into adulthood instead of dying horribly in childhood.

      People are sick because they don't die from what ails them but actually manage to live with it - and if it is cured, they survive to get something else. A larger proportion of the population die of cancer today in their 70s, 80s or 90s because they didn't die from tuberculosis, polio, smallpox or pneumonia in their 40s, 50s or 60s first anymore.

    2. Thanks for blowing this gatekeeping asshat out of the water. He even lies saying Joe blames autism totally on em

  2. Where’s your bio G.D.? Where’s your credentials that demonstrate you have more than a cursory understanding of these same issues? Let us know who you are so we can investigate and decide on our own if you know what you’re talking about.

  3. Microwave emitters surround many societies, including our own. Once we understand that frequencies is something that controls our very being. ALL frequencies have effects on everything we see, smell, hear and develop.
    I fully understand the concerns of anything above 5ghz and above. And they have good cause to be concerned.
    A Gigahertz is 2nd in line to a Terahertz. Obviously many frequencies prior to reaching a terahertz. Our bodies resonate between 62 and 68hz during the day. Healing on a cellular level happens at 432hz and above. But this also depends on nutritional intake, for the frequencies will only work so long as the body has the resources to regenerate what is broken.
    Microwave frequencies all give out a level of radiation. If a phone is strapped to the ear for 10 minutes while telling friends the NWO is knocking down the door, then you can be sure that hot feeling on the side of your head is effecting the cells within that area.
    Microwave ovens have a mesh on the inside of the door for a reason. So that micro waves do not escape the oven and attack bio materials outside of the oven.
    There has been proof that, during a womans pregnancy term, outside of womb enviroments and influences do have effects on the unborn. From a very early stage of the development stages, the baby absorbs the energy of the mother good or bad enegry. Too bad and baby will have a difficult future. Again nutrition is also important for the creation of resources our body needs for life.
    Illnesses could never be cured, and there are no cures, just treatment.

  4. Your cell phone gets warm after long use because the battery heats up. Microwave ovens have a quarter-wave mesh on their front so you can see inside the oveb: the mesh is opaque to microwaves and thus contains them, as do the other five sides of the cubical cavity in which we place the food to be heated.

    Despite your fondest hopes, none of us are trying to kill you: radio broadcasting has been underway for one hundred and twenty years with no ill effects noted.

  5. Joe speaks the truth and is passionate about his beleifs. Which makes me wonder why someone would spend valuable time ridiculing others like this sully blog rather than something constuctive


  7. Obviously, you're a JEW, hiding w/no name. You are a lying JEW. America is waking to your wickedness and the whole world already knows that you are the spawn of Satan. An UGLY JEW, HIDING IN THE SHADOWS.



  10. Read/study
    The Infinite Concept of Cosmic Creation by
    Dr Ernest L. Norman he has alot of answers...