When theory and observation collide: Can non-ionizing radiation cause cancer?
November 29, 2016: The Missing Link: Why your government isn’t protecting you from mobile phones and Wi-Fi when research shows this radiation causes cancer. The American scientific journal, Environmental Pollution, reports in its nextmore
Open Letter re: ABC Catalyst Wi-Fried Documentary, Australia.
July 5, 2016. I recently learned that Wi-Fried, produced by Maryanne Demasi and aired on ABC, Catalyst in Australia, has been removed from public viewing. As a scientist who does research in this area I find this documentary to be among the bestmore
Protected: Let there be light! and the Perils of Electrosmog
May 1, 2015. For those who attended the Klinghardt Academy weekend workshop in Warren, NJ on May 1-3, 2015, and would like a copy of my two presentations. They are provided here and are password protected. You should have received the pasmore
Another INTERPHONE study says increased risk of brain tumors with high radio frequency exposure.
January 6, 2012. It is turning out not to be a good year for mobile phone users and for the naysayers who are trying to convince everyone that mobile phones are safe. The long-awaited Cardis study, published January 2, 2012 in Occupational and Emore
IARC declares RF from Cell Phones and Cell Towers Dangerous
January 5, 2012. In May of 2011, the IARC (International Association for Research on Cancer) declared radio frequency radiation as a possible cause of cancer. In this video you will listen to excerpts from the press conference and the related micromore
Wi-Fi in Schools is Safe. True or False?
December 4, 2011. A growing number of schools are having wireless routers installed across North America despite the fact that many of these schools already have ethernet connections and students are able to access the internet. I have been askedmore
Open Letter to Steve Jobs
August, 31, 2011. Steve, I am a long-time Apple user. My first Apple computer was the Apple 512k that I used as a "portable" computer for several years. You opened the world of technology to so many people who could intuitively use a Mac with nmore
Cell Phones & Head Blemishes in Adolescents: Is it Melanoma?
August 28, 2011. A hair stylist in Toronto noticed discolourations on the scalp of adolescents. The marks were often in the temporal lobe near the ear although some were on the top or back of the head. Since most of the blemishes were covermore
How to properly read a scientific paper–Adolescent brain tumours and mobile phones.
August 17, 2011. Scientific documents published in peer-reviewed journals are intended to be read by scientists with specific areas of specialization. A layperson, a journalist and even a scientist–who specializes in a different field–may fimore
Conflict of Interest: the Wireless Industry and ICNIRP
July 5, 2011. Who to believe? Ironically, two reports published days apart have totally different takes on whether or not microwave radiation is harmful. Both are review articles but that is where the similarity ends. In one publication [Long-tmore