Archive for August, 2010

  • post thumbnail Barrie Trower speaks about Microwave Radiation

    On August 24, 2010, Mr. Barrie Trower, a British physicist who was a microwave weapons expert and who worked for the Royal Navy and the British Secret Service, gave a talk at the University of Toronto about the health effects of WiFi and other forms

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  • post thumbnail Real estate devalued when cell towers are erected.

    August 27, 2010.  Cell antennas and towers near homes affect property values says Andrew J. Campanelli. On August 27, 2010,  The New York Times published an article about a lawsuit against a cell phone provider. It has started a chain reactio

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  • post thumbnail Pick of the Week #7: Hazards of Microwave Radiations – Review from 1960.

    August 23, 2010:  Pick of the Week #7 (Hazards of Microwave Radiations - A review) gives us some insights into what was known 50 years ago (1960). Kuo-Chiew Quan.  1960.  Hazards of Microwave Radiations – A Review.  Industr. Med. Surg. 29:315-

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  • post thumbnail Digital portable phones affects the Heart!

    Aug 2010.  Cordless phones who's base station radiates in an "always on" mode using 2.4  or 1.8 gigahertz DECT technology should be banned.  DECT stands for Digital European Cordless Telephony or Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone.  These pho

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  • post thumbnail Pick of the Week #6: Clinical & Hygienic Aspects of Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields

    August 16, 2010.  Pick of the Week #6:  Clinical & Hygienic Aspects of Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields. Dodge, CH.  1969.  Clinical and Hygienic Aspects of Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields:  A Review of the Soviet and Eastern Europea

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  • post thumbnail Wifi in schools and the health effects of microwaves

    April 2010. When the students of Mountain View Elementary School in Ontario Canada started to complain about headaches in the classroom, a few mothers thought something must be wrong with the building because their children did not experience these s

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  • post thumbnail Pick of the Week #5: Why the Double Standard?

    August 2, 2010. Pick of the Week #5:  Why the double standard? Inglis, L.P. 1970.  Why the double standard? - A critical review of Russian work on hazards of microwave radiation.  IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility,

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