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
Tag Archives: safety standards
Telecom in USA: A “YUGE” Conflict of Interest Problem
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Three cases of telecoms Conflict of Interest (CoI): case Berkeley, case FCC and case ICES – the CoI were possibly disclosed but does it mean that CoI were nullified and avoided? Americans are very conscious about the potential Conflict of … Continue reading
Did CELLRAID do ‘volkswagen’ to the telecom industry?
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updated Jan. 25, 2016 – this blog in French Did a small Finnish company, CELLRAID, Ltd, do ‘volkswagen’ to the telecom industry by showing lack of compliance? In this story, for the first time, are shown measurements results indicating that … Continue reading
Leszczynski’s presentation at the EMANET2015 in Mersin, Turkey
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Today, Nov. 13 (Friday), 2015, I spoke on wireless communication and health at the electromagnetics meeting EMANET2015 in Mersin, Turkey. EMANET meetings are organized every two years. The first and the second meetings were organized in Istanbul. This year’s, the … Continue reading
Leszczynski’s presentation in Belgrade, Serbia
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Today, Oct. 24, 2015, I spoke on RF and health at the meeting in Belgrade, Serbia, attended, among others, by some governmental officials. I spoke about the shortcomings in the quality of the human studies (epidemiology & EHS), including radiation … Continue reading
Leszczynski to lecture in Serbia and Turkey
I will be giving a lecture at a meeting in Belgrade, Serbia in October and a key-note presentation at a meeting in Turkey in November. Slides of the presentations will be uploaded in due time on SlideShare. For now, for … Continue reading
Australia’s independent audit of smart meters – do not have any hopes…
On July 15, 2014, Australian news site news.com.au published a brief story: ‘Reports of illness prompt audit of smart meter radiation‘. Those, who have any hopes that this audit will help to resolve the problem of smart meters and reports … Continue reading