This is Big News from USA: Yet another expert considers RF as probably carcinogenic


I have written, on several occasions, about the differences between ICNIRP opinions and opinions of ICNIRP members when placed in non-ICNIRP scientific committees. There is something wrong with ICNIRP, that operates in detachment from science in general and thrives thanks … Continue reading

ICNIRP’s public consultation of the draft of the RF guidelines is just a gimmick


Recently, with several years of delay, ICNIRP finally put out their newest draft document for public consultation: ‘Guidelines on Limiting Exposure to Time-Varying Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields (100 kHz to 300 GHz)’. Reading the ICNIRP’s announcement one might be … Continue reading

BioEM2016: The NTP study (part 2/3)


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The most anticipated event of the BioEM2016 was the last moment addition of the presentation of the US NIEHS National Toxicology Program study on effects of cell phone radiation in rats and mice. The 8AM Wednesday plenary session was provocatively … Continue reading

‘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

Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 event in Australia


update 23.02.2016: German language translation of the Report from Science & Wireless 2015 in Australia is available here: ***************** Report from the SCIENCE & WIRELESS 2015 prepared for the Pandora Foundation and for the Kompetenzinitiative by Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Plenary session on Precautionary Principle


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