5G misinformation campaign by the Mobile & Wireless Forum (MWF)

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In August 2019, Mobile & Wireless Forum (MWF), formerly known as MMF, has published a graphic illustration of what is known about potential effects of millimeter waves on human health. Here, link to the original MWF pdf: MWF on mmWaves … Continue reading

The Austrian Parliament asks for evaluation of 5G and health – do not hold your breath

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post updated with information from Prof. Mosgoeller, see at the end… Recently, telecompaper has informed that: “Austrian parliament commissions study on 5G health effects Friday 9 August 2019 | 09:40 CET | News The Austrian parliament has commissioned a study … Continue reading

Leszczynski: ‘Brief Opinion on 5G and Health’

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[…The below presented brief opinion is not a comprehensive review of the issue but opinion pointing towards few of the important issues associated with the deployment of the 5G technology…] The currently ongoing deployment of the 5th generation of the … Continue reading

STUK trivializes, misinforms and lacks expertise

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The website of STUK (Säteilyturvakeskus) in Finland states: “The mission of the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) is to ensure radiation safety in Finland.” To do so, organization needs qualified experts. When experts are lacking, organization might provide misinformation … 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

We, the People… are driving insects to extinction…

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Peer-reviewed journal Biological Conservation has published an article “Worldwide decline of the entomofauna: A review of its drivers” authored by two Australian scientists, FranciscoSánchez-Bayo and Kris A.G.Wyckhuys. The authors concluded that human activity is driving over 40% of insect species … 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