#1136: So much research, yet so little notice taken
From Sarah Dacre:
Professor Denis L Henshaw, Willis Professor at University of Bristol, UK, presented at the ES-UK conference in Melton Mowbray on Saturday, 3rd October entitled:
‘So much research, yet so little notice taken’.
This talk may be accessed at:
It’s downloadable as a word file
This posting is worth taking ten minutes to review just how many scientific papers have been written and published to justify the immense data available on the link between magnetic fields and traceable responses in all major animal kingdom phyla, fungi and plants.
One key question strikes many of us, why if so much is known, why is the existence of this resource totally ignored?
Please circulate and post widely.
With immense thanks to Professor Henshaw for making the science available widely to so many of us.