EHS research is scientifically worthless for two reasons…

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On October 14th, 2017, Finnish newspaper ‘Helsingin sanomat’, in its science pages, has published a story on the electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), with a lengthy title: “Nocebo effect explains why some people get symptoms from electromagnetic fields or wind power: in … Continue reading

“BLUNDER” by ICNIRP’s and WHO EMF Project’s bosses

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Recently, I came across two short videos recorded in 2016 in Stockholm. The occasion was the seminar at the SSI concerning health effects of EMF. In these videos,  Emilie van Deventer, Head of the WHO EMF Project and Eric van … Continue reading

Discussion with Emilie van Deventer on the status of the Environmental Health Criteria

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At the recent BioEM2017 meeting in Hangzhou, China, I spoke at length with Emilie van Deventer (EvD), Head of the WHO EMF Project, about the current status of the work on the Environmental Health Criteria (EHC) for the RF-EMF. Emilie … Continue reading

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

How single-sided, outdated and obsolete will be the EHC RF-EMF when it will be, hopefully, published in 2018?

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UPDATE: this post is being translated to German. Link will be provided once translation is ready. ************ WHO EMF Project, under the ICNIRP’s “supervision”, is preparing the Environmental Health Criteria for radio-frequency modulated electromagnetic fields (EHC RF-EMF). This document will … 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

Is ICNIRP reliable enough to dictate meaning of science to the governmental risk regulators?

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…this post is open for comments… This post is a follow up to my posts published on April 4 and April 5. ***** In my two last blog posts, last two blog posts ‘ICNIRP did it again…’ and ‘Mike Repacholi … Continue reading