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Schuermann, D.; Mevissen, M. Manmade Electromagnetic Fields and Oxidative Stress—Biological Effects and Consequences for Health. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2021, 22, 3772. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms22073772 Abstract Concomitant with the ever-expanding use of electrical appliances and mobile communication systems, public and occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) in the extremely-low-frequency and radiofrequency range has become a widely debated environmental risk factor...
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SITE NAME: MELKBOS HIGH SCHOOL1086 Otto Du Plessis DriveOWNER OF PROPERTY PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT – WESTERN CAPE LOCAL AUTHORITY CONSENT USE & PERMANENT DEPARTURESAPPLICATION FOR A FREESTANDING CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS BASESTATION   Purpose of the application Consent Use in terms of the Development Management Scheme for the erecting a 20m FreeStanding Base Telecommunication System Consent Use to allow...
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6th of April 2021 It is with sadness that we learned of the passing of Professor Yuri Grigoriev. Professor Yuri Grigoriev pass away today (95+). He was one of fathers of #Russian EMF non-thermal limit, WWII hero, worked with nuclear in 1950s, launched cosmonauts in 60s, researched EMF effects in 70-80s, protected peoples from #EMF...
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Foster KR, Laakso I, Chalfin S. Nonuniform Exposure to the Cornea from Millimeter Waves. Health Phys. 2021 May 1;120(5):525-531. doi: 10.1097/HP.0000000000001376. PMID: 33760769. Abstract This study examines the nonuniform exposure to the cornea from incident millimeter waves at 94-100 GHz. Two previous studies measured temperature increases in the rhesus cornea exposed to brief (1-6 s)...
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Source: Georgia Tech News Center https://www.news.gatech.edu/2021/03/25/leveraging-5g-network-wirelessly-power-iot-devices Rotman Lens-based ‘Rectenna’ Capable of Millimeter-wave Harvesting at 28-GHz With High Efficiency From All Directions for First Time. By Anne Wainscott-Sargent | MARCH 25, 2021 • ATLANTA, GA No more device batteries? Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology’s ATHENA lab discuss an innovative way to tap into the over-capacity of 5G networks,...
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SPECIAL REPORT: 5G opens the gates for surveillance on steroids https://t.co/S5d2CZ4uhy— Daily Maverick (@dailymaverick) April 6, 2021 By Heidi Swart • 6 April 2021 Heidi Swart is a journalist who reports on surveillance and data privacy. This story was commissioned by the Media Policy and Democracy Project, an initiative of the University of Johannesburg’s Department of...
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Security and privacy still left to fix, preferably before launch Thomas Claburn in San Francisco Wed 31 Mar 2021 https://www.theregister.com/2021/03/31/wifi_devices_monitoring/ In three years or so, the Wi-Fi specification is scheduled to get an upgrade that will turn wireless devices into sensors capable of gathering data about the people and objects bathed in their signals. “When 802.11bf will be finalized...
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Following the Market Inquiry into Mobile Broadband Services, the Authority has published the Draft Mobile Broadband Services Regulations. https://t.co/EVEW2SHcS9 pic.twitter.com/WpGqgeSmka— ICASA (@ICASA_org) March 31, 2021 The purpose of these regulations is to amongst others, impose appropriate pro-competitive license conditions on those licensees having significant market power to remedy the market failure; and provide for monitoring...
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Woller, A.; Gonze, D. Circadian Misalignment and Metabolic Disorders: A Story of Twisted Clocks. Biology 2021, 10, 207. https://doi.org/10.3390/biology10030207AMA Style Simple Summary In mammals, many physiological processes follow a 24 h rhythmic pattern. These rhythms are governed by a complex network of circadian clocks, which perceives external time cues (notably light and nutrients) and adjusts the timing of...
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Landlords could miss out on £50m per year, according to research Source: The Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/04/04/uk-5g-faces-74bn-delay-amid-landlord-disputes/ By Ben Gartside and Matthew Field, 4 April 2021 The economy will take a hit of £7.4bn due to the slow rollout of 5G if a dispute between landlords and telecoms companies continues to hold back the technology. Economists have warned reforms...
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