…this post was updated, see below… On October 14, 2020, a letter of 15 EU countries, concerning disinformation about 5G, was sent to the EU. The initiator of the letter was the government of Poland. Support for the initiative was … Continue reading
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Two EU politicians criticize ICNIRP – will their report overcome the telecom lobby?
Two politicians, members of the European Parliament, Klaus Buchner (@Dr_KlausBuchner) and Michele Rivasi (@MicheleRivasi) have published a report that critically analyzes the expertise and the independence of the ICNIRP – International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection: ‘The International Commission on … Continue reading
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; email@example.com; @DrTedros; @DrTedros.Official The WHO EMF Project: Head … 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
Guest blog from Olli Tammilehto: LYING IS AN ECONOMIC NECESSITY
UPDATED on August 29 with link to German language version of this blog (see below) This is the next in a series of guest blogs on BRHP. The opinions expressed in it are of Olli Tammilehto himself. Publication of these opinions … Continue reading
STUK and Finland, where only a single opinion is permitted…
This post was updated on May 15, 2014… European Union is in an economic crisis. In Finland, the official (=government) opinion is that the one and the only way to survive is to remain in EU and retain common currency. … Continue reading
GERoNiMO: An interview with project leader, Professor Elisabeth Cardis
I would like to cordially thank Elisabeth Cardis for taking time and answering a set of 11 questions. Dariusz Leszczynski: In the past epidemiological studies there were serious problems with the exposure data. Problems were not only with what persons … Continue reading