ICNIRP’s public consultation of the draft of the RF guidelines is just a gimmick

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Recently, with several years of delay, ICNIRP finally put out their newest draft document for public consultation: ‘Guidelines on Limiting Exposure to Time-Varying Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields (100 kHz to 300 GHz)’. Reading the ICNIRP’s announcement one might be … Continue reading

Safety limits and the deployment of the 5G MIMO towers

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Will the deployment of the 5G MIMO towers in India will be challenging because of the lower safety limits for emissions from cell towers? India has implemented safety limits for emissions of radiation from cell towers that are 1/10 of … Continue reading

Emerging possibility for a meticulous, impartial review of the EMF science at the WHO

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Over the recent years, there were numerous complaints about the reliance of the WHO EMF Project solely on the opinions of the ICNIRP. In fact, the WHO EMF Project could be considered as “front” for the opinions of ICNIRP. It … Continue reading

Publications by Eric van Rongen, Chairman of ICNIRP (updated)

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Correction added in response to the comment from Eric van Rongen. See at the bottom… Mona Nilsson pointed out that Eric van Rongen has not published original research on EMF. Indeed, the objective fact is that the majority of Eric … 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

ICNIRP ‘Jumps the Gun’: The Early Christmas Gift for Telecoms

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On Dec. 7th, 2017, International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), has published a ‘Note on the Revision of the High-Frequency Portion of the ICNIRP 1998 EMF Guidelines’. Revision of the guidelines has been long awaited because the current guidelines … Continue reading