‘Danish Cohort’ and the unwillingness of the Editors of the BMJ to act responsibly

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Reading the commentary in the British ‘Nature‘: “A tragedy of errors: Mistakes in peer-reviewed papers are easy to find but hard to fix” by David B. Allison, Andrew W. Brown, Brandon J. George, and Kathryn A. Kaiser, reminded me of … Continue reading

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Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 event in Australia

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update 23.02.2016: German language translation of the Report from Science & Wireless 2015 in Australia is available here: http://www.stiftung-pandora.eu/archiv/2016/bericht-von-der-science-and-wireless-2015.html ***************** Report from the SCIENCE & WIRELESS 2015 prepared for the Pandora Foundation and for the Kompetenzinitiative by Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, … Continue reading

Leszczynski’s Report from the BioEM2015

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Following the BioEM2015 meeting in Asilomar, California, I have written a brief report for the Pandora Foundation, who sponsored my travel and participation. Some parts of the report were already published on BRHP in blogs from the meeting but parts … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Plenary session on EHS

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One of the plenary sessions at the BioEM2015 in Asilomar presented two views on EHS. Invited speakers were Kjell Hansson Mild and Gunnhild Oftedal. To me the session was a big disappointment. It indicated a stagnation in EHS research and … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Yet another, absolutely unreliable but peer-reviewed study

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There is a serious problem with all to date published epidemiology and human studies because nearly all of them present cell phone radiation exposure as minutes/day of cell phone use. This is a wrong “measure” of radiation exposure and it … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Plenary session on Precautionary Principle

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BioEM2015 in Asilomar, CA, was opened by plenary session entitled “2B or not 2B”, dealing mostly with Precautionary Principle – should it be implemented for RF-EMF exposures. First speaker, Kurt Straif of IARC presented briefly how carcinogenicity of agents is … Continue reading

Dr. Christopher Portier, Fmr. Director of the US CDC, calls for invoking the Precautionary Principle for RF-EMF

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Recently, the draft program of the forthcoming BioEM2015 was published. One of the most important opinions, presented in the program, is that on the Precautionary Principle by Dr. Christopher Portier. I fully agree with Chris’ opinion as presented in abstract … Continue reading