Archive for February, 2011
Musing #2: Truth Speaking vs Fear Mongering
February 27, 2011. Fear mongerer: one who uses fear to influence the opinions and actions of others towards some specific end. The feared object is sometimes exaggerated, and the pattern of fear mongering is usually one of repetition (adapted fromore
Musing #1: WiFi in Schools-a Ticking Time Bomb
February 26, 2011. What do you do when you see a disaster looming and those who have power to prevent it refuse to listen? What do you do when those with a financial interest in maintaining the status quo (Montreal group is just one of several sumore
Pick of the Week 23: Research on Biological Effects of Radio Frequency Radiation in Eurasian Communist Countries, 1976.
February 24, 2011. The Defense Intelligence Agency of the United States released a document referenced below that had a security classification as “confidential” and has since been “unclassified”. This document may help us better understamore
Pick of the Week #22: A Very Important Symposium!
February 23, 2011. Janet Healer reviewed studies of people occupationally exposed to radio frequency radiation. Below are some excerpts from her document presented at the “Biological Effects and Health Implications of Microwave Radiation” symmore
Pick of the Week #21: Physical Basis of Electromagnetic Interactions with Biological Systems.
February 22, 2011. A workshop sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, the Naval Medical Research and Development Command, and the Bureau of Radiological Health, Food and Drug Administration was held at the University of Maryland in 1977. The Pmore
Pick of the Week #20: Early Research on the Biological Effects of Microwave Radiation: 1940-1960
February 21, 2011. The early research on biological effects of microwave radiation between 1940-1960 is reviewed by Cook and colleagues and is available here for download as a pdf. Cook, H.J., N.H. Steneck, A.J. Vander, and G.L. Kane. 1980. Eamore
Pick of the Week #19: Index of Publications on Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (0-1 00 GHz)
February 20, 2011. Thirty years ago, James Kinn with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Elliot Postow with Naval Medical R&D Command compiled a list of 3627 publications on the biological effects of electromagnetic radiation frmore
Oregon introduces cellphone radiation legislation
Feb. 7 2011. Oregon state Sen. Chip Shields introduced a bill that would require retailers to put warning labels on cellphones and on packaging of wireless devices, advising consumers of possible risks associated with radio frequency exposure. The lamore