Report from the ARPS2017: EHS, sleep & non-thermal effects

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…this post was updated, see below… The annual meeting of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS) Inc., was held in Wollongong, NSW, Australia, August 6-9, 2017.Here is my report from the NIR sessions, dealing with EHS, sleep and non-thermal effects: … Continue reading

Full video of Leszczynski lecturing at the Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia

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Video of my lecture at the Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, Aug. 17th, 2017. Slides in pdf format are available here. Recording and editing of the sound tone and incorporation of slides into video was done by Nathan Laurent (@TheAnnualRant). … Continue reading

Leszczynski will be a Keynote Speaker at the Meeting of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society

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this post was updated on May 30, 2017 – errors were corrected Annual meeting of the Australasian Radiation Protection Society will take place in Wollongong, NSW, Australia on August 6 – 9, 2017 (conference website is being updated and not … Continue reading

Leszczynski lecturing in Sydney, Australia in December 2016

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Leszczynski’s lecture in Sydney at the University of New South Wales (UNSW): Health Effects of Wireless Radiation: Possible or Probable or…? Location: UNSW CBD Campus (Level 6), 1 O’Connell St Sydney Time: 11.30am on Friday, December 2, 2016. If interested … Continue reading

Leszczynski lecturing in Melbourne, Australia, November 2016

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Yet again, I will be lecturing down-under. Here is the schedule for Melbourne. Slides of presentations will be available afterwards. I will be presenting for the general audience (SSMA), for academics (Swinburne University of Technology) and for government scientists (ARPANSA). … Continue reading

Science Censorship in Australia: The retraction of the ABC TV Catalyst “Wi-Fried?”

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As there are no perfect scientific studies, there are no perfect TV science programs. Every scientific study could be improved and every TV science program could be improved, too. The Australian ‘Catalyst’ program tackled the very controversial science dealing with … Continue reading