The short, 10 minutes (!?), podcast on 5G and health is out. Listen and let me know what do you think about this program? Comments, please! https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/programs/hack/hack/11122050 5G topic at ca. 20:00 of the podcast Presented comments and opinions are … Continue reading
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Guest Blog from Dr. Don Maisch, Australia: ‘Are community concerns over the 5G network rollout based on unfounded anxiety or valid evidence?’
Below is the next in a series of Guest Blogs on BRHP. The opinions expressed in this Guest Blog are of Don Maisch himself. Publication of these opinions in BRHP does not imply that BRHP automatically agrees with or endorses these … Continue reading
Franz Adlkofer: How the Mobile Communication Industry Deals with Science
This is a re-publication of a recent opinion published on the Pandora Foundation for Independent Research website by Franz Adlkofer. Using as an example the NTP study, Adlkofer comments on the ICNIRP’s approach to science. It is an interesting read. … Continue reading
Current safety limits for cell phones do not protect all users
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
Leszczynski slides from the Reykjavik presentation on Feb. 24, 2017
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Here are slides of my presentation in Reykjavik, Iceland: leszczynski-reykjavik-lecture-feb-2017
Chips and stickers “protecting” cell phone user are scam!
Some people are concerned about the health effects of radiation emitted by cell phones. Current scientific knowledge is still uncertain and controversial. This is “just suitable” situation for scammers. People looking for protection, and naïve enough, may invest in stickers … Continue reading
Professor Simon Chapman responds…
Updated May 10, 2016 at 12:10 (see at the end of post) Recent epidemiological study from Australia, on cell phones and brain cancer, made headline news: Chapman S, Azizi L, Luo Q, Sitas F. Has the incidence of brain cancer risen … Continue reading