From Katharina Gustavs:
I am happy to report that two brochures published by the Competence Initiative from Germany (www.kompetenzinitiave.net) are now available in English as a free download. I highly recommend reading both of them.
As a gifted biophysicist, Dr. Ulrich Warnke has a great way of showing us the bigger picture, how electromagnetic radiation is the basis of life as we know it and how subtle electromagnetic information does have huge impacts on plants, animals, and humans.
Also, the short summary of the latest science on the genotoxic effects of mobile phone radiation is eye-opening. Oxidative and nitrosative stress processes are part of being alive. However, if they go wild and the repair mechanisms cannot keep up with the lightning speed of wear and tear, we do suffer. Mobile phone radiation seems to be one piece of the puzzle.
Building Biology Environmental Consultant (IBN), Canada
How Susceptible Are Genes to Mobile Phone Radiation by Prof. Franz Adlkofer, Prof. Igor Y. Belyaev, Vladislav M. Shiroff, and Dr. Karl Richter
In their articles, the experts in biomedicine and biosciences Prof. Franz Adlkofer, Prof. Igor Y. Belyaev, and Vladislav M. Shiroff show the broad range of international research efforts that document DNA and chromosome damages as well as chronic diseases resulting from electromagnetic radiation exposures. This is about non-thermal effects well below current exposure limits. UMTS radiation turns out to be especially hazardous.
Bees, Birds and Mankind by Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke
“Today, unprecedented exposure levels and intensities of magnetic, electric, and electromagnetic fields from numerous wireless technologies interfere with the natural information system and functioning of humans, animals, and plants. The consequences of this development, which have already been predicted by critics for many decades, cannot be ignored anymore. Bees and other insects vanish; birds avoid certain places and become disorientated at others. Humans suffer from functional impairments and diseases. And insofar as the latter are hereditary, they will be passed on to next generations as pre-existing defects”.