Guest Blog from Dr. Don Maisch, Australia: ‘Are community concerns over the 5G network rollout based on unfounded anxiety or valid evidence?’

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Below is the next in a series of Guest Blogs on BRHP. The opinions expressed in this Guest Blog are of Don Maisch himself. Publication of these opinions in BRHP does not imply that BRHP automatically agrees with or endorses these … Continue reading

South Korea goes ahead with 5G but… Brussels does not, due to health concerns

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South Korea goes ahead with 5G but… Brussels does not, due to health and radiation levels concerns. The problem is that safety limits for cell towers in Brussels are far more stringent than those recommended by ICNIRP. This causes problems … Continue reading

ICNIRP Chairman, Eric van Rongen, clarifies issues from ‘The Telegraph’ interview

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On March 3rd and 9th, 2019, British ‘The Telegraph’ has published two articles by Margi Murphy, US Technology Reporter, San Francisco, titled: Do smartphones cause cancer? World Health Organisation to assess brain tumour link and Mobile safety standards relaxed ahead … Continue reading

Franz Adlkofer: How the Mobile Communication Industry Deals with Science

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This is a re-publication of a recent opinion published on the Pandora Foundation for Independent Research website by Franz Adlkofer. Using as an example the NTP study, Adlkofer comments on the ICNIRP’s approach to science. It is an interesting read. … 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

Popular Science or… Populist Science?

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On Dec. 19, 2017, the ‘Popular Science’, in its Health section, published a story “Cell phones aren’t a public health risk, no matter what California says. This “possible carcinogen” isn’t going to give you cancer”. Reading this story written by … Continue reading