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In this episode : The famous Karl Muller v / Nokia ruling, featured in http://jameslech.co.za/2018/07/09/ep-5-superdads-karl-muller-the-groundbreaking-advertising-standards-authority-ruling/ We also discuss the need to be wary of weighted studies (industry funded studies) and how the ASA is no stranger to stopping them in their path in being used to promote advertisements. Additionally, we chat about the roll-out of...
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            Comments by EMFSA: The 5G service that is being rolled out in Lesotho ( for what appears to be two customers so far) is using 3,5 GHz which is the part of the spectrum between the two Wi-Fi frequencies of 2,4 GHz and 5GHz bands. In other words not millimeter wave...
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Image credit: Slava Bowman Unsplash.com In countries with EMF limits significantly below the ICNIRP limits, the rollout of 5G networks will be a major problem 2018 – October 2018: Brussels standards must be adapted to enable 5G deployment Lars Andersen, Brussels Times: The Belgian Institute of Postal and Telecommunications Sevices (“IBPT”) believes in a study,...
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A 90 page, seven chapter document on EMF effects, how they are produced in the body and the corruption of the international science. Martin Pall PhD, is  Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences, Washington State University. http://peaceinspace.blogs.com/files/5g-emf-hazards–dr-martin-l.-pall–eu-emf2018-6-11us3.pdf Chapter 7 from the book: 5G: Great risk for EU, U.S. and International Health! Compelling Evidence...
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NTP announces the peer review of the Draft Report on Carcinogens Monograph on Night Shift Work and Light at Night on Oct. 5, 2018 (Fed. Reg. 83(160): pages 41093-41095, Aug. 17, 2018). Meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. EDT and continues until adjournment. The draft monograph will be available Aug. 24, 2018 on the Upcoming Peer...
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Source:  https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180815005264/en/U.S.-Telecommunications-Strategy-Questioned-National-Institute-Science       Senate Oversight Hearing of the Federal Communications Commission This Thursday Should Probe the Advisability of Small Cell Antenna Deployment—As There Are 13 Important Reasons Why ‘Antenna Densification’ Will Not Serve Constituents’ Best Interests Wireless antenna densification in the U.S. questioned; hard wired ‘fiber to the premises’ (not fiber to support wireless antennas) superior....
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Statements from individuals and organizations: “Our public health guidance has not been keeping pace with our newest evolutions of telecommunication technologies.   And yet the health science regarding cellular technologies suggests the need for caution.  A very first step would be to apply the California State Health Department Cell Phone Guidelines, particularly in settings where there...
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An article in the Wall Street Journal (Aug. 15, 2018) points to a recent study in the Journal of Real Estate Research: 1. Vacant lots adjacent to high-voltage transmission lines sell for 45% less than equivalent lots not located near transmission lines. 2. Non-adjacent lots still located within 1,000 feet of transmission lines sell at...
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Re – posted from:   Mr. Lech provides a unique and gifted approach to solving problems and addressing issues that have been neglected to a large degree. He has had useful experience and developed practical skills with regard to transferring academic knowledge into real-world application. I have been working with Mr. Lech as he has...
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