February 12, 2016
Nothing particularly special this week.
Conflict of interest in Berkeley vs Big T (over ‘right to know legislation)
This has attracted quite a lot of attention on Twitter
As reported last week….. IEEE trying to downplay the significance of this study. Mainly by casting doubt over various aspects of the management of the project etc. rather than questioning the results. Standard product defence tactics?
Turns out that the author is a former member of ICNIRP. What a surprise!
Assorted comments from Trevor Marshall, Dariusz L …(via Twitter)
Dariusz Leszczynski: ‘it would be good to have physiological test for EHS…’
Prof Trevor Marshall: ‘DL,there are no definitive tests for Fibro,CFS & etc. TPTB must be told to also accept EHS,as we have no time to lose’
‘I suggested some extra physiological tests in my recent paper too, eg EKG after Faraday cage’
‘Incidentally, I also explained how Immunopathology prevents many EHS pts from entering Faraday cages’
Reminder – Prof Dominique Belpomme has identified several possible bio-markers – see News 4/10/2016.
Brain Tumours in Denmark – increasing
The linked article includes some graphs
https://www.psychologytoday.co…..ideo-games – Victoria Dunckley on video games and children.
https://www.rfsafe.com/former-…..ic-danger/ – takes Nokia’s former CTO as a starting point
http://energyfanatics.com/2017…..ers-haarp/ – wide-ranging article including information I’ve not seen previously, concerning electrical energy and power, as well as health effects.
http://articles.mercola.com/si…..etter.aspx – article on sleep. Omits to mention clearly that many of the ‘smart’ monitoring devices may emit radiation which interferes with sleep. How ‘smart’ is that?
http://www.naturalnews.com/041…..fects.html – dangers of wifi. Many of his comments also apply to other sources of continuous signals such as cordless phones and mobile phone masts.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/…..story.html – local legislators trying to behave responsibly and control exposure, but may be over-ruled.
http://www.theglobeandmail.com…..e33626533/ -environmental impact of mobile phones
http://uk.businessinsider.com/…..pai-2017-1 – new head of FCC. Not clear (to me at least) how this affects 5G, public exposure to EMFs etc.
http://arstechnica.com/gadgets…..hing-else/ – LG to put wifi in everything. Main risk perceived to be security, not a mention of health.
http://www.bbc.com/news/busine…..s-38714461 – Samsung phone fires caused by battery
Another EMF hazard in aircraft – dirty electricity
Suzanne Somers on Smart meters.
Some questionable science, but it may help raise awareness, as she does have a sizeable following as a natural health advocate.
From Prof Trevor Marshall
‘CIA document dump has 1977 US Govt papers on USSR studies of effects of Microwaves on Humans
https://www.cia.gov/library/re…..0014-6.pdf … ‘
‘Long-term exposure to 835?MHz RF-EMF induces hyperactivity, autophagy and demyelination in the cortical neurons of mice’
‘a potential cause of neurological or neurobehavioural disorders’
https://www.emf-portal.org/en/…..icle/30979 – ELF affecting anti-oxidant gene expression
http://www.sciencedirect.com/s…..5116306570 – EMFs and neo-natal care. Calling for caution.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/p…..t=Abstract – harmful effects from Terahertz radiation – may be relevant to 5G?
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/p…..d/28106915 – measuring exposure in a 5G environment may be challenging
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/doc…..t/7815730/ – suggestion that smart meters could be improved(!) to reduce radiation levels.
Several other papers which repeat what we already know or do not seem particularly note-worthy.
Your kids can now order stuff direct from Amazon, apparently without your permission.