Open Letter on the Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity Research

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Open Letter is available in pdf format from this link: Open Letter on the EHS research (dated) February 4, 2018 To the attention of: The World Health Organization: Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus; info@who.int; @DrTedros; @DrTedros.Official The WHO EMF Project: Head … Continue reading

EHS research is scientifically worthless for two reasons…

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On October 14th, 2017, Finnish newspaper ‘Helsingin sanomat’, in its science pages, has published a story on the electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), with a lengthy title: “Nocebo effect explains why some people get symptoms from electromagnetic fields or wind power: in … Continue reading

Guest Blog “The Sad State of Affairs with EHS Research in Australia” by Don Maisch

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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

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

BioEM2017 – just a routine, no exciting studies and no breakthrough studies

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BioEM2017 was held in the West Lake Villa near the West Lake scenic area in Hangzhou, China. The city of Hangzhou is one of the Seven Ancient Capitals of China, and shares with Suzhou the ultimate fame of the “Paradise … Continue reading

Is ‘junk journalism’ complaining about ‘junk science’ in The Baltimore Sun?

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this post is open for comments The most efficient way to mislead an inexperienced reader is to write a story with a pinch of truth, a pinch of ambiguity and a dose of falsehoods or misrepresentations. This is the way … Continue reading