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Reposted from Between A Rock and a Hard Place by Dr Dariusz Leszczynski The AOCRP-5 Congress’ predecessors, the Asian and Oceanic Association for Radiation Protection Congresses, were held in Seoul (2002), Beijing (2006), Tokyo (2010) and Kuala Lumpur (2014). The fifth congress of the series, the AOCRP-5 – Congress of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society,...
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Scientific Reports volume 8, Article number: 9299 (2018) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-27630-8 Abstract: Among the many biological effects caused by low intensity extremely high frequency electromagnetic fields (EHF-EMF) reported in the literature, those on the nervous system are a promising area for further research. The mechanisms by which these fields alter neural activity are still unclear and thus far there appears...
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Abstract The spread of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) is rising and health effects are still under investigation. RF-EMF promote oxidative stress, a condition involved in cancer onset, in several acute and chronic diseases and in vascular homeostasis. Although some evidences are still controversial, the WHO IARC classified RF-EMF as “possible carcinogenic to humans”, and more...
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Millimeter waves, massive MIMO, full duplex, beamforming, and small cells are just a few of the technologies that could enable ultrafast 5G networks providers are experimenting with broadcasting on millimeter waves, which use higher frequencies than the radio waves that have long been used for mobile phones. Millimeter waves are broadcast at frequencies between 30...
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