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October 2019
Publisher: IEEE Author James C. Lin Abstract Most media accounts of the U.S. National Toxicology Program’s (NTP’s) final report have understandably focused on the statistically significant finding of “clear evidence” that both GSM and code-division multiple access (CDMA)-modulated 900-MHz wireless RF radiation led to the development of malignant schwannoma, a rare form of tumor, in...
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October 22, 2019 | Samm Quinn The Carmel City Council approved a resolution Monday asking state lawmakers, the Federal Communications Commission and Congress to limit 5G technology deployment in Indiana until the health effects are fully understood. The resolution follows several weeks of discussion among Carmel officials and residents, who have expressed concerns about the health and...
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Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis Research Article Evaluation of the genotoxicity of cell phone radiofrequency radiation in male and female rats and mice following subchronic exposure Stephanie L. Smith‐Roe, Michael E. Wyde, Matthew D. Stout,  John W. Winters,  Cheryl A. Hobbs,  Kim G. Shepard, Amanda S. Green,  Grace E. Kissling,  Keith R. Shockley,  Raymond R. Tice,  John R. Bucher, Kristine L....
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21 Oct 2019 Experts representing a diversity of views on autonomous weapons systems collaborate on a realistic policy roadmap By Ronald Arkin, Leslie Kaelbling, Stuart Russell, Dorsa Sadigh, Paul Scharre, Bart Selman and Toby Walsh Editor’s Note: The debate on autonomous weapons systems has been escalating over the past several years as the underlying technologies evolve to...
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21/10/2019 The control of exposure to waves emitted by mobile phones was modified in 2016 to take into account the evolution of models and uses. Since then, manufacturers are required to evaluate the exposure under realistic conditions of use, ie when the phone is placed very close to the body, at most 5 mm away. However, a...
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  CITATION TO MONOGRAPH Kostoff RN. Adverse Effects of Wireless Radiation 2019. PDF. https://smartech.gatech.edu/handle/1853/61946 This monograph identifies adverse effects of wireless radiation as reported in the premier biomedical literature. It shows that most of the laboratory experiments that have been performed are not designed to elicit the more severe adverse effects reflective of the real-life...
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In this episode, Dr. Paul Heroux chats with Dr. Erin Stair about electromagnetism ( EMF exposure from things like cellphones, wireless, Bluetooth, and the up and coming 5G…) and why the popular EMF shields are not effective and may actually be worsening your EMF exposure. Dr. Heroux has his PhD in physics and is a researcher...
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Abstract Both obesity and breast cancer are already recognized worldwide as the most common syndromes in our modern society. Currently, there is accumulating evidence from epidemiological and experimental studies suggesting that these syndromes are closely associated with circadian disruption. It has been suggested that melatonin (MLT) and the circadian clock genes both play an important...
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OCT 15, 2019 – 11:45 By Olivier Pauchard The text wants a clear separation between indoor and outdoor use of mobile telephony and internet services. (Keystone / Sina Schuldt) Anti-5G groups have announced their intention to launch a popular initiative to limit radiation from mobile communications technology. The Federal Chancellery has approved the launch of an initiative titled “For...
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Source: Translated from Greek: Position of the Pancyprian Medical Association (PIC) and the National Committee on the Environment and Child Health (NCDCP) under the Nicosia Declaration 2017 in discussing the issue: Our Line as Scientific Bodies will be formed on the basis of the Principles of Public Health Protection and the Nicosia Declaration 2017 and...
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