5G radiation safety is solely an assumption of safety, propagated by engineers

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On April 11, 2019, Editorial Team at the International Electrotechnical Commission has published a blog post: “New IEC Technical Report helps stakeholders evaluate human exposure to 5G base stations”. This report is to provide assurances of quality and safety of … Continue reading

STUK trivializes, misinforms and lacks expertise

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The website of STUK (Säteilyturvakeskus) in Finland states: “The mission of the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) is to ensure radiation safety in Finland.” To do so, organization needs qualified experts. When experts are lacking, organization might provide misinformation … Continue reading

Journalists Miriam Fisher and Emma Beswick conveyed important 5G opinions in their news-stories

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For the last 17+ years I have been talking to journalists, a lot. At some times I was frustrated that my opinions were not conveyed in their exactness. Hence, I started to write this BRHP blog, to make sure that … Continue reading

Franz Adlkofer: How the Mobile Communication Industry Deals with Science

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This is a re-publication of a recent opinion published on the Pandora Foundation for Independent Research website by Franz Adlkofer. Using as an example the NTP study, Adlkofer comments on the ICNIRP’s approach to science. It is an interesting read. … Continue reading

Thailand’s request to the WHO to clarify whether cell tower radiation is carcinogenic

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Today’s Thailand’s ‘Bangkok Post‘ has published an article “NBTC asks WHO for clarity on telecom base health risks“. There is no word yet as to what the WHO response might be. However, if any response comes out of the WHO, … Continue reading

Aftermath of the peer-review of the NTP study: Do not hold your breath…

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…updated on April 3rd, 2018… It happened again – a big surprise. Scientists decided that NTP study shows effects in rats. When group of experts is assembled and the experts’ careers do not depend, in either direct or indirect way, … Continue reading

Popular Science or… Populist Science?

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On Dec. 19, 2017, the ‘Popular Science’, in its Health section, published a story “Cell phones aren’t a public health risk, no matter what California says. This “possible carcinogen” isn’t going to give you cancer”. Reading this story written by … Continue reading