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July 2021
Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash Topics – and much more at https://mailchi.mp/emfsa/5g-cancer-research-integrity Cancer Glyphosate and shiftwork that involves circadian disruption is classified as a Class 2B Human Carcinogen – Probably carcinogenic to humans. Research Integrity Pollinators – bees are affected by light pollution. 5G
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A concern regarding the new WHO EMF IAC South African Report and Committee has been expressed as follows: “The EMF project is a total farce headed by industry. WHO is completely captured by them. Do not look to them for anything!” In response to this statement as it applies to South Africa: It is easy...
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The video is available for members at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/EMFSA/video-implications-who-international-emf-project-iac-south-africa-national
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Link https://www.ndi.org/publications/5g-and-future-internet-implications-developing-democracies-and-human-rights 5G adoption is happening around the world, even in places with low internet penetration. As of February 2021, 131 countries had announced plans to invest in 5G and more than 60 of the 98 countries NDI works in were engaging corporations that have close ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in their 5G plans....
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Source: SpaceNews https://spacenews.com/u-k-to-strengthen-regulations-for-starlink-oneweb-and-other-ngso-constellations/ by Jason Rainbow — July 26, 2021 TAMPA, Fla. — British telecoms regulator Ofcom is proposing rule changes that would affect Starlink, OneWeb and other satellite constellations operating in non-geostationary orbits (NGSO). It is increasingly difficult for companies to agree on how to operate their NGSO networks without causing harmful radio interference to each other,...
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AUTHORThis study has been written by Dr Fiorella Belpoggi, BSc, PhD, International Academy of Toxicologic Pathology Fellow (IATPF), Ramazzini Institute, Bologna (Italy), at the request of the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) and managed by the Scientific Foresight Unit, within the Directorate-General for Parliamentary Research Services (EPRS) of the Secretariat of...
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S. Hayat, Y. Cho, S. Oh and H. Yoo, “RF-Induced Heating of Various Tattoos at Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems,” in IEEE Access, vol. 9, pp. 100951-100961, 2021, doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3097145. Abstract: This paper presents radiofrequency (RF)-induced heating of single and multiple tattoos during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at 1.5 T and 3 T. Various tattoos of different...
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Letter to the Editor A full analysis of the many factual errors, dubious claims and non sequiturs in this paper would be a big job. We comment on a few specific errors, and defer the longer discussion needed to address his biophysical theories. Errors include elementary mistakes in electromagnetics. The letter is available from: Foster,...
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Brussels relaxes radiation norms for 5G roll-out https://t.co/f98HyrggzN— Flandersnews.be (@flandersnews) July 24, 2021 The Brussels Regional Government is relaxing radiation norms to allow the roll-out of a new 5G telecommunications network in the Belgian and Flemish capital.  “As the capital of Europe Brussels can’t afford to stick behind” the government says. Colin Clapson The radiation norm...
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https://www.pnas.org/content/118/24/e2101666118 Drivers of fatal bird collisions in an urban center Benjamin M. Van Doren, David E. Willard, Mary Hennen, Kyle G. Horton, Erica F. Stuber, Daniel Sheldon, Ashwin H. Sivakumar, Julia Wang, Andrew Farnsworth, Benjamin M. Winger Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Jun 2021, 118 (24) e2101666118; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2101666118 Significance Collisions with built structures are an important source of bird mortality, killing hundreds of millions of birds annually in North America alone. Nocturnally migrating birds are attracted to...
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