UPDATE March 6, 2017: This post is also available in German ************ ‘Science & Wireless 2016’ was hosted at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on November 22, 2016. Program of the event and links … Continue reading
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
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…this post is open for comments… Epidemiological evidence is considered as the most important evidence when evaluating possibility of health effects induced by radiation emitted by wireless communication devices (RF-EMF). I disagree with this notion because of the intrinsic limitations … Continue reading
…comments are open for this post… The very, very long awaited WHO Environmental Health Criteria Monograph on Radio-Frequency Fields (EHC-RF) is finally, but only partly, available. The process of making the EHC-RF is disappointingly slow and disappointingly secretive and disappointingly … Continue reading
Recently, the WHO EMF Project published a progress report for 2013-2014. A very interesting read… Among other issues, the report comments on the status of development of the EHC for RF (see page 10 for details). The timeline for publication … Continue reading
UPDATED with a comment from Gregor Duerrenberger suggesting that Mike and myself made technical mistake…So how it is – when cell tower emits 10 times less radiation power – will cell phone increase its power to compensate and keep connection … Continue reading