About dariuszleszczynski

Chief Editor of 'Radiation and Health' (specialty of Frontiers in Public Health), Adjunct Professor, US Senate & WHO & IARC Expert, Book/Journal Editor, Science Blogger

Current safety limits for cell phones do not protect all users

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Technology for the cell phones was developed for the needs of the US military. Thereafter, this technology was introduced to civilian market. Cell phone technology, before introduction to civilian market, was not tested for the human health effects because the … Continue reading

BioEM2017, Hangzhou, China, June 5-9, 2017

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This BioEM2017 conference will take place in Hangzhou, China. Preliminary program of the conference is available here. There are few plenary lectures that got my attention: Plenary #1, presented by Primo Schär, will deal with Epigenetics and EMF. It will … Continue reading

Cool body, hot mitochondria… is there a lesson for wireless radiation exposures?

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There is a dogma, propagated by ICNIRP and opposed by BioInitiative, concerning the possible existence, or lack of it, of the non-thermal effects induced by the exposures to cell phone radiation. There are numerous studies showing biological effects induced by … Continue reading

Where science and big money collide…

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Where science and big money collide, we enter a strange “twilight zone” of science politics, where various methods are applied to neutralize “inconvenient” science. One of the examples of such collision between science and big money is presented in, as … Continue reading

Video of Leszczynski’s lecture in Reykjavik on Feb. 24, 2017

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updated on March 15 with a video from the discussion session where I am speaking about 5G Here is the video of my talk in Iceland. Slides in pdf format are available from this link. … and fragment from discussion … Continue reading

Is ‘junk journalism’ complaining about ‘junk science’ in The Baltimore Sun?

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this post is open for comments The most efficient way to mislead an inexperienced reader is to write a story with a pinch of truth, a pinch of ambiguity and a dose of falsehoods or misrepresentations. This is the way … Continue reading