by Einar Flydal - 25may2023 The book "Smart meters, dirty electricity, pulses and health" by Einar Flydal and Else Nordhagen is now available in English, and you may download it for free! A translation has been asked for to make this Norwegian book available for a larger audience. Now it is! The book is written … Continue reading The book “Smartmeters, Dirty Electricity, Pulses and Health”
Wireless Communications Radiation: Are Safety Limits Valid?
by ICBE-EMF - Sponsored Webinar Program - Workshop at the Royal Society of Medicine in London - Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Communications Sources - Are Safety Limits Valid ? About this event ICBE-EMFs primary objective is to make recommendations to ensure protection of humans and other species from harmful effects of non-ionizing radiation (NIR). The … Continue reading Wireless Communications Radiation: Are Safety Limits Valid?
Electromagnetic fields disrupt the pollination service by honeybees
Science Advances Vol 9 Issue 19 12may2023, by Authors - Marco A. Molina-Montenegro, Ian S. Acuña-Rodríguez, Gabriel I. Ballesteros, Mariela Baldelomar, Cristian Torres-Díaz, Bernardo R. Broitman, Diego P. Vázquez Abstract We assessed the effect that electromagnetic field (EMF) exerts on honeybees’ pollination efficiency using field and laboratory experiments. First, we measured levels of gene and … Continue reading Electromagnetic fields disrupt the pollination service by honeybees
Massachusetts Sheffield and Great Barrington residents approve hold on 5G applications
by ZERO5G - 01may2023, In Berkshire County, Massachusetts (USA), voters of Sheffield and Great Barrington approved citizen’s petitions that will require a hold on applications for 5G installations until FCC updates regulations. Citing scientific evidence of harm to health and the environment from wireless radiation, the petition states that no 5G applications may move forward … Continue reading Massachusetts Sheffield and Great Barrington residents approve hold on 5G applications
Electromagnetic Radiation, Wildlife and Environment
Environmental Health Trust - 14april2023. The health effects of wireless radiation extend beyond human health. FCC’s limits were only designed for humans, not animals. Despite numerous studies showing harmful effects from wireless and non-ionizing radiation, the current reality is that insects, birds and airborne species like bats that live in close proximity to cell tower … Continue reading Electromagnetic Radiation, Wildlife and Environment
WHO RF Review Shrouded in Secrecy Task Group Members Told To Say Nothing
by Louis Slesin, PhDEditor, Microwave News - 20apr2023 The World Health Organization’s EMF Project continues to work on updating its review of RF health effects. The effort, which has been ongoing for more than a decade, is being tightly controlled by the WHO staff. Public disclosures are very limited, and at times misleading. We do … Continue reading WHO RF Review Shrouded in Secrecy Task Group Members Told To Say Nothing
Problems in evaluating the health impacts of radio frequency radiation
Enviromental Research - 28feb2023Saferemr com - Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields - 02mar2023 Problems in evaluating the health impacts of radio frequency radiation Ishai PB, Davis D, Taylor H, Birnbaum L. Problems in evaluating the health impacts of radio frequency radiation. Environmental Research. 2023. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2022.115038. Abstract In an effort to clarify … Continue reading Problems in evaluating the health impacts of radio frequency radiation