EHS: California Appellate Court holds that Wi-Fi sickness is a disability

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…updated on February 26, 2021… The case of EHS (Wi-Fi sickness) in California is of importance and of interest to a broader readership. It is a very good news for all EHS persons but… will be seen what will happen … Continue reading

Another take on relationships of journalist and scientist

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The post below I have written in 2011, just after I returned from the IARC 2011 classification of RF as possible carcinogen (2B). Now, dealing with hidden censorship I remembered this post and… after reading I still consider it valid, … Continue reading

*Censorship in plain sight* by the mainstream news media

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Last year, in 2020, when virus pandemic was rapidly spreading all-over the world, equally well was spreading on social media another pandemic of posts linking virus spread and 5G technology spread. Stories linking virus and 5G emitted radiation were, plainly, … Continue reading

Clear indication that ICNIRP review of science is skewed and should be independently validated

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…updated with info about Anke Huss… In this blog, published from 2009, first on website of STUK – Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority and subsequently transferred to the current site, I have criticized ICNIRP on many occasions. In my recently … Continue reading

From Australia on EU REFLEX Project and Alexander Lerchl, by Vic Leach and Steve Weller of ORSAA

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This is Guest Opinion from ORSAA members Vic Leach and Steve Weller: The REFLEX project (2000-2004) was the early warning signs to industry that we are possible dealing with a carcinogenic agent in wireless communication. In fact, the WHO International … Continue reading