Video of Leszczynski’s lecture in Reykjavik on Feb. 24, 2017

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updated on March 15 with a video from the discussion session where I am speaking about 5G Here is the video of my talk in Iceland. Slides in pdf format are available from this link. … and fragment from discussion … Continue reading

Is ‘junk journalism’ complaining about ‘junk science’ in The Baltimore Sun?

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this post is open for comments The most efficient way to mislead an inexperienced reader is to write a story with a pinch of truth, a pinch of ambiguity and a dose of falsehoods or misrepresentations. This is the way … Continue reading

Leszczynski slides from the Reykjavik presentation on Feb. 24, 2017

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Here are slides of my presentation in Reykjavik, Iceland: leszczynski-reykjavik-lecture-feb-2017

Säteilyturvakeskus (STUK) in Finland: Amateurish radiation protection

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In the past, on several occasions, I wrote about the amateurish conduct of STUK experts, those responsible for protecting Finns from the dangers of radiation, any radiation. Links to these posts are here: STUK in Finland: How trustworthy is information … Continue reading

Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 event in Australia

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update 23.02.2016: German language translation of the Report from Science & Wireless 2015 in Australia is available here: http://www.stiftung-pandora.eu/archiv/2016/bericht-von-der-science-and-wireless-2015.html ***************** Report from the SCIENCE & WIRELESS 2015 prepared for the Pandora Foundation and for the Kompetenzinitiative by Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, … Continue reading

Self-contradicting Norwegian report

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On Wednesday, September 12, 2012, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health published a report: “Low-level radiofrequency electromagnetic fields – an assesment of health risks and evaluation of regulatory practice” (full report; English summary). The 204-pages long report is written in Norwegian … 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