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How single-sided, outdated and obsolete will be the EHC RF-EMF when it will be, hopefully, published in 2018?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

Leszczynski’s presentation in Reykjavik, Iceland (via skype)

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On January 27. 2016, I had a presentation for the working group Abyrg notkun UT at the Reykjavik City Department of Education. Presentation discussed possible/probable effects of radiation emitted by the wireless communication devices on human health. Presented were, briefly, … Continue reading