Leszczynski to speak at the EMF conference in Warsaw, Poland

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As I wrote earlier, Polish government prepares act on protection of population from the radiation emitted by mobile base stations. Minister of Digitization expects (optimistically) the act to be ready by the end of 2016. As part of the process, … Continue reading

EMF debate, Brexit and Trump’s popularity… The Twilight Zone

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What debate on health and EMF, the win of Brexit supporters in UK and the surprising popularity of Donald Trump in USA have in common? The common denominator for all of them are people (some of them) who do not … Continue reading

Leszczynski’s presentation in Belgrade, Serbia

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Today, Oct. 24, 2015, I spoke on RF and health at the meeting in Belgrade, Serbia, attended, among others, by some governmental officials. I spoke about the shortcomings in the quality of the human studies (epidemiology & EHS), including radiation … Continue reading

“Nocebo effect” proves: Available EHS research is useless for decisions-making

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[update: this blog is now also available in French] Some say that EHS (called also IEI-EMF) is caused by the EMF exposures. Some disagree entirely. In the absence of the conclusive scientific evidence to support either of the opinions, the … Continue reading

Conclusions of the Canadian report confirm that EHS research, and its review, are polluted by the bad science

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Recent publication of the Canadian report on Safety Code 6 (RF-EMF and health) brought again to limelight the problem of electromagnetic hypersensitivity – EHS. Yet again, scientists and lay audiences were fed with the standard mantra in the Canadian report: … Continue reading

• From China with Love

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This blog was first posted on 15.5.2009 on the website of STUK http://www.stuk.fi/ ,thereafter it was removed and re-published here I started research on mobile phone radiation in 1999, ten years ago. Shortly after, in 2001, I began to speak … Continue reading