February 12, 2016
‘By now it is time for laymen, NGOs and scientists to exert pressure on politicians to change the WHO agenda on RF radiation and health hazards and decide that WHO’s purpose is to support world health instead of industry interests’
WHO/ICNIRP put their foot in it.
From Dariusz Leszczynski. Article including video links.
‘In conclusion, this is a massive “BLUNDER” from Van Röngen and van Deventer. It is an ADMISSION that they both have doubts about the reliability of the evaluation of science by ICNIRP. Neither of them said that ICNIRP evaluation of science is reliable’
And Trevor Marshall: ‘From “which group they think..” it is clear ICNIRP sees its job as creating and fostering doubt, Mustering skeptics to protect the industry.’
[Reminder – Leszczynski was one of the 220 independent scientists who signed the EMFScientist appeal, and was on the IARC expert panel in 2011]
Generation Zapped – official trailer released
Califrnia fire fighters. More from Susan Foster
http://www.odwyerpr.com/story/public/9321/2017-08-30/firefighters-rescue-selves-not-kidssusan-foster.html – note – the headline does not reflect the content – Ms Foster is not accusing the firefighters of failing to protect children.
http://fearlessparent.org/cell-tower-hypocrisy-rescuing-firefighters-not-kids/ – open letter to Gov Jerry Brown (featured 2 weeks ago, but worth repeating)
Apple Product Announcements
Plenty of coverage. Here are some samples. Several raising concerns over the facial recognition and its potential for misuse
5G/IOT – including more coverage of scientists’ appeal for a moratorium. Will anyone listen?
But the industry forges ahead regardless….
https://www.telecompaper.com/news/telecom-infra-project-launches-mmwave-networks-project-group–1211715 – how the industry is moving forward
SB649 – including calls to action and advice on how to proceed, who to contact etc
http://www.latimes.com/politics/essential/la-pol-ca-essential-politics-updates-california-lawmakers-approve-new-rules-1505435806-htmlstory.html – approved despite the huge public opposition
Brain tumour survivor
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/california-wireless-legislation-paid-for-by-att-et_us_591a0001e4b0f31b03fb9e0e?ncid=engmodushpmg00000004 – Follow the money
Intel abandons 60Ghz wifi
Trevor Marshall’s comment: ‘Intel decides to scrap 60GHz WiGig chips,maybe shift to ‘5G,’ whatever that means.. My WiGig USB r collectors pieces’
https://www.emf-portal.org/en/article/33100 – effects on DNA
‘The chronic exposure of chick embryo liver to RFR emitted from 2G and 3G cell phone resulted in various structural changes and DNA damage. The changes were more pronounced in 3G experimental group. Based on these findings it is necessary to create awareness among public about the possible ill effects of RFR exposure from cell phone.’
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28904975 – brain damage from wifi (rats)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0367253016301839 – effect on plants
‘It seems that non ionizing radiation can be noxious for plant life functions.’
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0367253017332176?via%3Dihub – plants again, findings less clear
Pathetic promotional video for Smart Meters (UK) – is this for real?
Maybe this belongs with the WHO/INCNIRP article above
Will your new phone self-destruct when the manufacturer thinks it’s time for you to replace it?
February 12, 2016
General News Roundup
Government ‘greasing the wheels’ for mobile industry – nothing new there, except maybe the admission
Paul Heroux interview – covering mainly power frequencies and the grid
Turn yourself into an electricity generator
Male fertility – the ‘experts’ still missing an obvious piece of the puzzle
From EHT:’Newsweek: Devices like cellphones could degrade semen quality, leading to weak and immobile sperm.’
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28904503 – combined effect of heat and microwaves – laptops on lap?
India – cell towers being removed from schools
Safety poster from Joel Moskowitz
How to break free of your phone
Wireless industry misleading the public – again
Don’t think you can escape by going camping
Self-driving cars and safety
A replay of the way wireless technology has been rolled out?
Uncredited article and video on wireless risks – full of industry-style spin
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