From Zory’s Archive
Pick of the Week #16: Russian Translation Microwave Radiation influence on Man and Animals (1970)
November 1, 2010. Pick of the Week #16: Russian Translation Microwave Radiation influence on Man and Animals. Petrov, I.R. (Ed). 1970. Influence of Microwave Radiation on the Organism of Man and Animals. Academy of Medical Sciences of themore
Pick of the Week #15: Russian Translations on Biological Effects of Magnetic Fields and Radio Frequency Radiation.
October 17, 2010. “Pick of the Week” was originally designed to provide individual documents from Zory’s Archives to anyone interested in the early studies on microwave radiation until we had enough documents scanned for distribution. I womore
Pick of the Week #14. Proposal for Legislation: Non-ionizing Radiation (1979)
October 10, 2010. Pick of the Week #14 is based on a thoroughly researched and carefully crafted document (The Challenge of Non-Ionizing Radiation: A Proposal for Legislation) written by Karen A. Massey (Project Attorney for Natural Resources Defmore
Pick of the Week #13: Microwave studies with human subjects, 1966.
October 4, 2010. Pick of the Week #13: Microwave studies with human subjects. Heating of Living Tissue. 1966. Schwan, HP, A Anne, and L Sher. 1966. Heating of Living Tissues, Aerospace Crew Equipment Laboratory, U.S. Naval Air Engineerinmore
Pick of the Week #12: Why Pulsed Microwave Frequencies are More Harmful.
September 27, 2010. Why pulsed microwave frequencies are more harmful than continuous waves and why we should care. As I read the documents from Dr. Glaser’s archives, I can’t help but think that we are being “dummified”. It seems we kmore
Pick of the Week #11: Potentially Harmful Radio Frequencies used in the Packaging and Food Industry.
September 19, 2010. Few people realize that radio frequencies (RF) are currently used in the manufacturing industry to mold plastics for car parts, vinyl fabrics, and food packaging. In fact this industry used the first incarnation of the “micrmore
Pick of the Week #10: Navy Tested Microwaves on Military Volunteers
September 13, 2010. Navy exposes military volunteers to microwave radiation (1972). Among Zory Glaser's documents, I found a newspaper article entitled: Navy Testing Microwave Risk (United Feature Syndicate, 1972). The article starts: “more
Pick of the Week #9: 0.95 and 2.45 GHz most Lethal Microwave Frequencies.
September 6, 2010. Why are we using some of the most lethal microwave frequencies for WiFi and digital cordless phones? Polson, P, DCL Jones, A Karp, and JS Krebs. 1974. Mortality in rats exposed to CW microwave radiation at 0.95, 2.45, 4.54,more
Pick of the Week #8: Repacholi Revises Safety Code 6.
August 31, 2010. Pick of the Week #8: Repacholi Revises Safety Code 6 Dr. Michael Repacholi, prior to becoming the Coordinator of the Radiation and Environmental Health Unit at the World Health Organization, was involved in formulating Canada'more
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-more