Newsfeeds are dominated by the Australian documentary Wi-Fried (see ‘Breaking News’).
ABC’s own MediaWatch program was very critical (http://www.abc.net.au/mediawat…..411611.htm). This has generated more comment than the original program, nearly all supportive of Dr Demasi and the original program. I can hardly add to the comments (including my own).
Much of the official criticism
attacks the people rather than the science, particularly Dr Demasi and Dr Davis (Dariusz L seems to have escaped for some reason).
Comes from people who were invited to appear on the program but refused
Shades of tobacco and ‘product defence’ strategies?
Apart from the public health issues this raises several concerns about human rights.
EHTrust’s response is here (http://ehtrust.org/wifried-sci…..concerns/-) with several comments and links links, including one to Dr Demasi’s response.
Also some interesting comments from Don Maisch on his site
And Dr Demasi’s initial response, which makes some important points
Lots of news elsewhere….
More mainstream coverage of wifi issues (see Wifi In Schools)
Brain damage caused by screen time
And more on a similar theme by the same author
Analysis of brain tumours in young people – nothing about possible causes
Short, clear, well-focused presentation on wireless radiation hazards from an ex-Silicon Valley techie
The EU is taking steps to force employers to protect workers from EMF exposure.
Only 2 cheers from me, as they are using the ICNIRP ‘thermal’ exposure standards, but it’s a start.
And more papers suggesting harmful effects from EMF exposure.
Among all the excitement about wireless radiation, let us not forget that power frequency radiation was classed as a 2B carcinogen way back in 2001. Here’s an update with confirmation and some additional detail