• 24 AUG 06

    #541: Court delivers blow against mobile masts

    The weblog version of this message is at: #541: Court delivers blow against mobile masts From http://www.mast-victims.org: Court delivers blow against mobile masts Ruling cites public health risk Original article: http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_politics_100010_ 18/07/2006_72201 Ten mobile telephone antennas, eight of which are in Athens, must be removed as they pose a threat to public health, the Athens

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    • 10 JUN 06

    #487: Cellphone tower moved because of illness complaints

    From Sue Fusco (Canada) Simcoe cellphone tower to be moved; Neighbours complaint of illness Cheryl Bauslaugh www.brantfordexpositor.ca Wednesday, June 07, 2006 – 01:00 Local News – Norfolk councillors have decided to get rid of a cellphone tower in the centre of Simcoe that residents say is a health risk. After hearing from more than 20

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    • 01 JUN 06

    #485: The wireless society – is it a dangerous trap?

    From Olle Johansson: Dear All, The wireless society – is it a dangerous trap? In February 2006 Götene’s municipality in Västergötland, Sweden, put it’s wireless internet system into use. Right after this, 8 citizens got ill (heart palpitations, breathing problems, nausea, headache, dizziness, etc.) and some of them had to leave their home and settle

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    • 26 MAY 06

    Microwave News on RMIT findings

    From Microwave News: Dear Colleagues: The environmental surveys prompted by the brain tumor cluster in Melbourne, Australia, were released earlier today. We have taken a look at the EMF and RF measurements and we don’t think they go far enough to allay public concerns. We have posted a comment on our Web site, http://www.microwavenews.com, together

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    • 26 MAY 06

    Retraction of last message

    While re-reading the EMC Radiofrequency Field Survey of the RMIT building this morning I saw in horror that the last two pages did not print on my printer last night. These pages do in fact mention that ELF measurements were taken so I have deleted the previous message with apologies to all concerned. Not a

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    • 24 MAY 06

    Still more joys of living under antennas

    From Powerwatch UK: http://www.powerwatch.org.uk/news/20011101_pensioner_poisoned.asp?pf=1 Pensioner ‘poisoned’ by phone mast on her roof. A report by Amy Cartmell in the Newcastle Chronicle & Journal. For full story see: http://www.evening-chronicle.co.uk/cfm/body_story_1.cfm?StoryId=275046&Row=1&Prev=1&Next=3 Just weeks ago Ena Bambrough told neighbours she was dying after being slowly poisoned by mobile phone masts on the roof of her Tyneside tower block. Now,

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    • 24 MAY 06

    More on living under antennas

    Following is a very old question sent to me in Jan of 2000. Very relevant to the last message. Dear Mr. Maisch, Do you have any information that I could use for the following: This is the situation: I live in a block of flats in the city of Lisbon, Portugal, where 5 years ago

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    • 24 MAY 06

    The joys of living under roof top antennas

    Testimonial of Dalan MCaren 22 Jan 2000 From Robert Reidlinger In September of 98,I moved into a 21-storey government subsidized building for seniors. The apartment that was my placement is on the 20th floor. I immediately began experiencing symptoms of a dizzy-off -balanced feeling, headaches which were constant, sever insomnia, profuse nosebleeds, sweating and a

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    • 19 MAY 06

    # 470: Electrical union to ban work near phone masts

    The Age newspaper, Melbourne Australia By Adam Morton May 19, 2006 ELECTRICAL workers will refuse to work on or near operational mobile phone towers in Victoria until safety standards are introduced, fearing exposure to electromagnetic radiation causes cancer. The Electrical Trades Union ban came as preliminary testing at RMIT University’s business school found no evidence

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    • 19 MAY 06

    #469. Comments from Lachlan Mudge on the RMIT controversy

    Comments from Lachlan Mudgeon the RMIT cell tower controversy have been posted at: Important comments on the RMIT cell tower case Scroll down to comment #9

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