My blog: Overwhelming power of ICNIRP opinions through backing from GSMA, MWF & telecoms: WHO and governmental agencies, like ARPANSA, BfS, TNO, STUK et al., meekly follow and disseminate misinformation on 5G millimeter-waves’ safety research …is now available in Spanish: … Continue reading
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In 2020, ICNIRP has published an updated safety guidelines for EMF exposures that consider solely thermal effects of radiation exposure as the source of any health effects. In ICNIRP’s opinion, prevention of thermal effects, by the currently used safety limits, … Continue reading
I have written, on several occasions, about the differences between ICNIRP opinions and opinions of ICNIRP members when placed in non-ICNIRP scientific committees. There is something wrong with ICNIRP, that operates in detachment from science in general and thrives thanks … Continue reading
In this blog, published from 2009, first on website of STUK – Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority and subsequently transferred to the current site, I have criticized ICNIRP on many occasions. In my recently published blogs I have pointed out … Continue reading
This is Guest Opinion from ORSAA members Vic Leach and Steve Weller: The REFLEX project (2000-2004) was the early warning signs to industry that we are possible dealing with a carcinogenic agent in wireless communication. In fact, the WHO International … Continue reading
In my earlier blog I wrote about the disagreement of opinions between science committee in The Netherlands and ICNIRP and, pointed out that Eric van Rongen was member of both groups, meaning he backed up both, opposing, opinions. Similar thing … Continue reading