Did CELLRAID do ‘volkswagen’ to the telecom industry?

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updated Jan. 25, 2016 – this blog in French Did a small Finnish company, CELLRAID, Ltd, do ‘volkswagen’ to the telecom industry by showing lack of compliance? In this story, for the first time, are shown measurements results indicating that … Continue reading

Leszczynski: Statements for Hearing on Canadian Safety Code 6

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The oral statement followed by the written statement from Dariusz Leszczynski for the Canadian Parliament’s hearing on Safety Code 6. **************** Oral Statement of Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, DSc for the meeting of the Standing Committee on Health of the House … Continue reading

Series of stories in Finnish newspaper – Satakunnan kansa

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On October 17th, 2014, Finnish newspaper Satakunnan kansa published several stories on cell phone radiation and health. The lead story is an interview with former Nokia technology head, Mr. Matti Niemelä, entitled “Entinen Nokia-pomo: Kännykkä vei terveyteni” (Former Nokia-boss: Cell … Continue reading

Carcinogenicity of Cell Phone Radiation: 2B or not 2B…

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… this post is open for comments … In May/June 2011, 30 experts (I was one of them) invited by the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), gathered in Lyon to discuss the scientific studies on radio-frequency electromagnetic … Continue reading

Australia’s independent audit of smart meters – do not have any hopes…

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On July 15, 2014, Australian news site news.com.au published a brief story: ‘Reports of illness prompt audit of smart meter radiation‘. Those, who have any hopes that this audit will help to resolve the problem of smart meters and reports … Continue reading

MMF, NHS UK, and Cancer Research UK are living in a ‘twilight zone’

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updated on May 16th, 2014 at 17:00 It is amazing that educated people, for some unknown to me reasons, show complete disrespect for the general audiences and talk to them simply nonsense. Recent French epidemiological study CERENAT has found that … Continue reading