Very problematic SCENIHR Report

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I just finished reading the 2013 SCENIHR Report and got an overwhelming feeling of the utmost desperation. Evaluation of the scientific evidence is being distorted and SCENIHR provides an aura of “legitimacy” to this distortion. SCENIHR report has over 200 … Continue reading

The Truthseeker show on cell phones & health

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The Truthseeker show on the RT TV will broadcast on October 20, 2013 program on the controversy surrounding cell phone radiation and health and, according to RT TV journalist Daniel Bushell, will feature interviews with e.g. Devra Davis, Ellie Marks, … Continue reading

Unethical Reporting – my new opinion in The Scientist Magazine

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In the summer of 2010 I published three blogs dealing with Interphone project’s splitting of data and publication of two separate articles (Did INTERPHONE commit… #1, #2, #3) . Nieither of the articles had, according to the authors, enough cases to … Continue reading

• It’s the epidemiology, stupid!

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The known, to many, phrase “It’s the economy, stupid!” was brought into the politics by James Carville, adviser to the Bill Clinton 1992 presidential campaign. Since then this phrase has entered the main stream media and is used in different … Continue reading

• Misguided conclusions lead to misguided headlines that confuse users

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In recent days study assuring and claiming to prove that mobile phones cannot cause brain cancer has been making headlines around the world. The study in question is by Frank de Vocht, Igor Burstyn, and John W Cherrie, entitled “Time … Continue reading