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Mobile phone radiation, an underestimated disease factor www.buergerwelle.de, 18 January 2017 (translated from German by Google with grammatical corrections) Lecture given by Peter Schlegel dipl. Ing. ETH at the special event “Electrosmog and its effects on the body” organized by the Swiss medical association SSAAMP on October 13, 2016 in Zurich. Participants were around 100...
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WILL A JUDGE’S FAILURE TO RECUSE SILENCE BERKELEY’S “RIGHT TO KNOW”? The long battle over cell phone consumer labels, with a hidden twist of legal super heroes and questions about a Ninth Circuit Court judge’s failure to recuse herself. A battle over free speech in Berkeley, California has pitted the city of Berkeley against the...
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Smart Cities in the Age of 5G Wireless Technology Association Feel free to share this post:PrintEmailFacebookLinkedInTwitterWhatsAppPinterest
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The take-away message from the Science and Wireless 2016: RF-EMF exposures affect beta-amyloid proteins in brains of transgenic mice. Effect on beta-amyloid protein is caused by non-thermal mechanism. It is still unclear whether observed beneficial effects of RF-EMF in transgenic mice will apply to human AD ICNIRP stubbornly disregards all evidence concerning non-thermal effects of...
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Krakow’s citizens to be trained to measure exposure to EMFs Krakow, Poland leads the world in responsible control of EMFs by John Weigel, posted on WEEP News, 7 January 2017 KRAKOW – The International Forum on Protection from Electromagnetic Environmental Pollution subtitled “Right to Information for Citizens” learned Monday in the 16th Century Krakow Hall...
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Source: http://opinion.inquirer.net/100540/cell-phones-breast-cancer When a woman younger than 40 gets breast cancer, researchers swing into action to know why such an uncommon event happened. The commonly accepted scientific thinking for this to occur is when the woman inherited a gene for breast cancer. Another way may possibly be through exposure to radiation energy coming from a...
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By Dr Erica Mallery Blythe. We are currently witnessing the largest change to the Earth’s electromagnetic environment that has ever taken place in human history. Given that basic household electricity, which was the first anthropogenic (man-made) electromagnetic field (EMF), only became prolific during the twentieth century, artificial EMF has barely seen one generation from cradle...
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By Victoria L. Dunckley M.D. Children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are uniquely vulnerable to various brain-related impacts of screen time. These electronic “side effects” include hyperarousal and dysregulation—what I call Electronic Screen Syndrome—as well as technology addiction, to video games, internet, smartphones, social media, and so on. Why? Because a brain with autism has...
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We measured the radiofrequency (RF) radiation at the Stockholm Central Station in Sweden in November 2015. The full study can be read here. The exposimeter EME Spy 200 was used and it covers 20 different RF bands from 88 to 5,850 MHz. In total 1,669 data points were recorded. The median value for total exposure...
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