• 05 DEC 05

    The Royal Society: Twilight for the Enlightenment?

    From Dr Paul Stevens, the medicalrenaissance group: Twilight for the Enlightenment? Lord May of Oxford, the outgoing president of the Royal Society (the UK’s academy of science) has criticised fundamentalist religion in his anniversary speech. May begins with an explanation of Enlightenment values: What are these values? They are tolerance of diversity, respect for individual

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    • 28 NOV 05

    Direct Action against towers in the Netherlands

    Author: Frans van Velden Information about this press article: fransp@dds.nl Activist will chain himself to UMTS (3G) antenna installation fence 27 november 2005 – An activist against UMTS (3G) is ready to chain himself to an antenna installation fence tomorrow morning. He says his group will be satisfied only when UMTS is absolutely banned from

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    • 17 NOV 05

    The Effects Of Radiation In The Cause Of Cancer

    With the last message ‘Papers for the Charity Canceractive’ I noticed that the url for Olle Johansson’s paper leads to an apparently blank page until you scroll well down to get to his paper. I therefore have copied and pasted the paper below. Don http://www.canceractive.com/page.php?n=967 The Effects Of Radiation In The Cause Of Cancer By

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    • 15 NOV 05

    Dirty Power- $17.5 million court case

    I recently was introduced to the issue of “dirty power” on powerlines – (RF on powerlines) because of the local issue of broadband over power lines (BPL) being introduced into Tasmania. Lloyd Morgan’s comments in a previous message are noteworthy because he points out that BPL is a form of dirty power. I am finding

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    • 13 NOV 05

    British Protesters Topple Mobile Phone Masts

    British Protesters Topple Mobile Phone Masts as Health Scare Spreads http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2003/11/ 30/nmast30.xml&sSheet=/news/2003/11/30/ixhome.html {Editor’s Note: You will only hear of stories like this from people who visit countries outside the USA, since the American media blackout of this topic is very tight. We’ve probably already had some cell phones towers torn down in this country, but

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    • 13 NOV 05

    Italy cell-towers blasted

    Date: Sun, 28 Nov 1999 From: R Turpel To: roy@emfguru.com Subject: Italy cell-towers blasted Rome, Italy 27.11.99 In Padua in the province Venezia and in Calabria (South-Italy), sickened and desperate residents living near cell-towers have reached to drastic self-defense-measures and have exploded 2 cell-towers. The owners of those masts threatened the daily press with a

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    • 12 NOV 05

    Mobile mast attack inquiry

    Mobile mast attack inquiry BBC News Monday, 16 July, 2001, Police in the west of Scotland have launched an inquiry after a gang severely damaged a controversial mobile phone mast. Strathclyde Police said members of a group of 15 people threatened a security guard at the site where the transmitter, near Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, is

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    • 12 NOV 05

    Police mast damage investigated

    Police mast damage investigated Story from BBC NEWS: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/wales/south_west/3023852.stm June 26, 2003 Controversial police communication equipment has been vandalised hours after being airlifted into a Gower village. Scores of residents in Llangennith demonstrated as the Tetra mast was flown in by helicopter on Wednesday. Overnight the equipment was deliberately damaged sparking a police investigation. Residents

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    • 12 NOV 05

    November, 1, 2004 Mast fire ‘could be deliberate’ The mast collapsed onto its side after the fire Some FM radio services in parts of the east of England have been affected after a transmitter caught fire. The 580ft mast at Morborne, Peterborough, Cambs, caught fire on Saturday, collapsing onto transmitter buildings and neighbouring fields. Radios

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    • 12 NOV 05

    Mast pulled down by vandals

    Mast pulled down by vandals Story from BBC NEWS: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/england/2857651.stm Published: March 17, 2003 A controversial mobile phone mast in Devon has been pulled down by vandals, causing damage put at £30,000. The mast, at the Elmore football ground in Tiverton, had been the object of a campaign by local people concerned about health risks.

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    • 12 NOV 05

    Mobile phone mast vandalised

    Mobile phone mast vandalised Story from BBC NEWS: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/england/hereford/worcs/3258076.stm December 2, 2003 Vandals have pulled down a mobile phone mast in Worcestershire – the second in the Midlands in recent months. The mast’s owners, mobile phone company 02, say the vandals have caused thousands of pounds of damage and mobile users have suffered a reduction

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    • 11 NOV 05

    Tower terrorism or a community pushed too far?

    Hated mast is pulled down Nov 9 2005 http://iccannock.icnetwork.co.uk/news/localnews/tm_objectid= 16351507%26method=full%26siteid=75673%26headline= hated%2dmast%2dis%2dpulled%2ddown%2d-name_page.html#story_continue Anti mobile phone mast protesters have pulled down a massive communication tower near to a Huntington youth club, following widespread fury at its controversial siting. The 12-metre Orange mast at the back of Littleton Youth Centre was ripped out of its foundations and dumped

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    • 10 NOV 05

    The asthma plague

    From Martin Weatherall This is a very interesting article that I found on the Gaurdian website (one of the top London newspapers). If we could provide the reporter and the professor with information about how electrical pollution influences allergies, it may be a great help to our cause. Martin. The asthma plague There are millions

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    • 10 NOV 05

    Correction!

    Please note that with the previous message “Spin doctoring in the Netherlands” it should be Denmark NOT the Netherlands. Don

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    • 03 NOV 05

    Cell phone class action cases to proceed

    From Milt Bowling: “The insurance industry is watching this closely.” Canadian underwriter.ca: Canada’s Insurance and Risk Magazine Wireless phone companies deal with radiation-related cases 10/31/2005 Five class-action lawsuits, originally introduced and dismissed in 2004, against wireless telephone companies over radiation emissions will be able to go forward, after the U.S. Supreme Court U.S. Supreme Court

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    • 26 OCT 05

    Summary of EHS paper from O. Johansson

    From Olle JOhansson: Dear All, I have now made a short summary of our recent article: Holmboe G, Johansson O, “Symptombeskrivning samt förekomst av IgE och positiv Phadiatop Combi hos personer med funktionsnedsättningen elöverkänslighet”, (=“Description of symptoms as well as occurrence of IgE and positive Phadiatop Combi in persons with the physical impairment electrohypersensitivity”, in

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    • 08 OCT 05

    God speaks with George Bush

    George Bush: ‘God Told Me to End the Tyranny in Iraq’ By Ewen MacAskill The Guardian UK Friday 07 October 2005 President told Palestinians, God also talked to him about Middle East peace. George Bush has claimed he was on a mission from God when he launched the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, according to

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    • 27 SEP 05

    Exorcising the ghosts of Chernobyl

    Spinning the Chernobyl disaster Now that the world is waking up to the fact that the age of cheap oil is well and truly over, and that the Greenhouse effect is here to stay, the promotion of nuclear power as an energy solution is back on track with the nuclear industry (How to pour nuclear

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    • 18 SEP 05

    God under Howard: The rise of the religious right in Australia

    BOOK REVIEW: God under Howard: The rise of the religious right in Australia The Age Reviewer: Muriel Porter February 26, 2005 God under Howard: The rise of the religious right in Australia By Marion Maddox, Allen & Unwin, $29.95 Australia journalists are, in general, notoriously ignorant about religion. Academic surveys regularly reveal that they are

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    • 18 SEP 05

    Step to the right as the brethren gather force

    Step to the right as the brethren gather force September 14, 2005 A scandal in New Zealand over election money from a fringe group reflects a trend, writes Marion Maddox. The women wear headscarves in public. Their religion opposes assimilation, and they educate children at home or in their own schools. Fearing the taint of

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