update May 10, 2013 at 11:30 – interesting comment from Lab Rat on $500,000 fees update May 8, 2013 at 18:57 – “last-ditch-attempt”-letter to Board of Supervisors San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors wanted that fact sheet describing possible dangers of … Continue reading
Mr. Tom Wheeler, former Chairman of CTIA, was nominated to be the next Chairman of the FCC. He has clear conflict of interest. The planned revision of the cell phone safety standards by FCC is now in danger to be … Continue reading
Today IARC has published on-line the Monograph 102 that was prepared in the course of evaluation of the carcionogenicity of cell phone radiation in May 2011. Link to the monograph: http://monographs.iarc.fr/ENG/Monographs/vol102/index.php
In the summer of 2010 I published three blogs dealing with Interphone project’s splitting of data and publication of two separate articles (Did INTERPHONE commit… #1, #2, #3) . Nieither of the articles had, according to the authors, enough cases to … Continue reading
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Safety limits on radiation emissions from cell phones, set in late ‘90s by FCC, IEEE and ICNIRP, are insufficient to protect the general public. Read more in The Washington Times Communities column.
Below are my responses to comments of Mike Repacholi in his guest blog. For easy reading I am quoting Mike’s text… ********************************** Comments on the relative importance of epidemiology studies Mike Repacholi: “…The latest review of RF fields, HPA (2012), … Continue reading
This is the second guest blog on BRHP. The opinions expressed in it are of Erja Tamminen herself. Publication of these opinions in BRHP does not mean that BRHP agrees with or endorses these opinions. However, publication of guest blogs is … Continue reading