Did Mike Repacholi misspeak in India?

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UPDATED with a comment from Gregor Duerrenberger suggesting that Mike and myself made technical mistake…So how it is – when cell tower emits 10 times less radiation power – will cell phone increase its power to compensate and keep connection … Continue reading

Peter Wiedemann responds to my post on the ‘Letter to the Editor’

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In one of my previous blogs I criticized recently published in journal Bioelectromagnetics ‘Letter to the Editor’. Later on, the ‘Letter to the Editor’ was also vigorously debated in discussion of BioEM2014 Cape Town group on LinkedIn. My opinion about … Continue reading

Is telecom industry so desperate that it calls for a desperate measures?

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In my previous blog I criticized ‘Letter to the Editor’ published in Bioelectromagnetics journal. In it the authors bluntly attacked the IARC Working Group experts for their incompetence. Significantly, one of the co-authors of this ‘Letter to the Editor’ is … Continue reading

‘Letter to the Editor’ of the Bioelectromagnetics journal: A travesty of science

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Bioelectromagnetics, a peer-review journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European Bioelectromagnetics Association has just published a ‘Letter to the Editor‘: Wiedemann PM, Boerner FU, Repacholi MH. Do people understand IARC’s 2B categorization of RF fields from cell phones? Bioelectromagnetics. … Continue reading

Australia: AMTA quotes Repacholi’s guest blog on BRHP

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With some delay, on August 12, 2013, Australian AMTA has published news about guest blog of Mike Repacholi that was published on my science blog site BRHP earlier this year.   AMTA’s text, not surprisingly, is very self-serving for the industry. … Continue reading

Guest Blog from Mike Repacholi

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see also: Leszczynski of BRHP responds to comments in Repacholi’s guest blog commenting period for this guest blog has ended This is the first guest blog on BRHP. The opinions expressed in it are of Mike Repacholi himself. Publication of … Continue reading