• 18 SEP 05

    Part II: America’s Religious Right – Saints or Subversives?

    This is part 2 of a 5-part series. Part I: The Lure of Christian Nationalism Part II: Hang Ten and Fight! Part III: A Deadly Culture of Life Part IV: Pie in the Sky Part V: “The Ayatollah of Holy Rollers” America’s Religious Right – Saints or Subversives? Part II By Steve Weissman t r

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    • 18 SEP 05

    Part 1: America’s Religious Right – Saints or Subversives?

    This is part 1 of a 5-part series. Part I: The Lure of Christian Nationalism Part II: Hang Ten and Fight! Part III: A Deadly Culture of Life Part IV: Pie in the Sky Part V: “The Ayatollah of Holy Rollers” America’s Religious Right – Saints or Subversives? By Steve Weissman t r u t

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    • 18 SEP 05

    “Off topic” category added to this list

    NOTICE: I have created a new category for my blog that has nothing to do with the EMF issue but is very much a political issue of vital importance to Australia for the next federal elections and as such, the new category is meant to be a file for future reference. Listings to this category

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    • 20 AUG 05

    Olle Johansson et al references now available

    A complete listing of Olle Johansson et al papers has been added to this site. The url is: References for Olle Johansson et al papers Don

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    • 20 AUG 05

    References for Olle Johansson et al papers

    Wang L, Hilliges M, Jernberg T, Wiegleb-Edstrom D, Johansson O, “Protein gene product 9.5-immunoreactive nerve fibres and cells in human skin”, Cell Tissue Res 1990; 261: 25-33 Johansson O, Hilliges M, Bjornhagen V, Hall K, “Skin changes in patients claiming to suffer from “screen dermatitis”: a two-case open-field provocation study”, Exp Dermatol 1994; 3: 234-238

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    • 22 JUL 05

    French Telco sues activist for slander

    The following message from France illustrates just how the French Telcoms have to learn about the art of “community consultation” and trying to maintain a good corporate image with the public. If, in the UK or Australia, a telco went ahead and sued a community activist group spokesperson for supposedly slandering the company, that would

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    • 10 JUL 05

    References for previous message from Frans

    Please note in reference to message “Frans van Velden comments on Michael Repacholi’s statement”, Frans adds the following: From my open letter to the WHO these sources have been lost: http://www.who.int/about/en/ click WHO Constitution http://www.mngm.nl Monitoring Network Health and Environment (click internationaal, who are we?) http://www.stopumts.nl Experiences are to be found under ‘verhalen’ and in

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    • 10 JUL 05

    Canadian government report acknowledges electrosensitivity

    Message from David Fancy: 9 July 2005 Hello Don, I’m not sure of this is useful for our readership or not, I will leave that to you discretion. It is a statement included in an Ontario Ministry of Labour Report written by Peter Fuhry, a radiologist with the Ministry’s Occupational Health and Safety operations divison,

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    • 10 JUL 05

    Frans van Velden comments on Michael Repacholi’s statement

    From Frans van Velden MSc, The Hague, The Netherlands July 9, 2005 Open letter to the World Health Organization. WHO should recognize and investigate the reported cases of microwave sickness and electrohypersensitivity (EHS), should advise governments to take care of victims and to take precautionary environmental measurements to prevent the increase of these conditions. Re:

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    • 09 JUL 05

    Comments from Michael Repacholi to Hans Karow (FYI)

    From Hans Karow: Correspondence from Michael Repacholi to Hans Karow FYI, I suggest your readers first read MicroWaveNews Dr. Louis Slesin’s July 5, 2005 Commentary in http://www.microwavenews.com/fromthefield.html#whoottawa Following is a response from the World Health Organisation’s Dr. Michael Repacholi commenting on Dr. Slesin’s Commentary. Dr. Repacholi is head/coordinator, Radiation & Environmental Health Protection of the

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    • 09 JUL 05

    Now a cellphone for the foetus!

    A research student, Hyoung Won at the Umea Institute of design, University of Umeå, has proven that it is always possible to come up with still more totally useless wireless gadgetry to sell to the natives. Now a cell phone for the unborn child! With concepts like this Hyoung is sure to be offered a

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    • 07 JUL 05

    Disney targets kids for mobile phone service

    Whatever happened to all those expert warnings over children and mobile phone use? Who does the industry and Disney listen too? None other than Motorola and their spin doctors Swicord, Elder and Joyner who all have had a go at twisting science to the tune of their corporate masters. Recommended reading: “A Corporate Risk Assessment

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    • 06 JUL 05

    Power line health concerns in New Zealand widens

    The issue of siting transmission lines and outmoded standards is continuing to widen in New Zealand as the following two articles indicate. I’m expecting a similar response in Australia when the Aust. Radiation Protection & Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) soon issues a draft proposal that maintains the existing paradigm of 1000 mG/5000 mG as per

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    • 05 JUL 05

    NOTICE! Interference with this list

    Over the last week there have been apparent list members un-subscribing from this list. In two cases that I have inquired about, the “un-subscribed” people had received a message that gave the impression that I have removed them from the list, which was not the case. The message I got, in turn, was that they

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    • 01 JUL 05

    Anti-phone mast group fears pupils already sick

    Anti-phone mast group fears pupils already sick (provided by Sylvie) nlnews@archant.co.uk 29 June 2005 MUSWELL Hill Against the Masts campaigners are to carry out a survey of children in the area to see if they are suffering from radiation sickness. Campaign leaders, whose children go to schools and nurseries near the 3G mast in Grand

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    • 25 JUN 05

    News on brain tumors and wireless phones

    Following is an article sent by Marne Glaser from the EMR Network, Chicago, USA on the latest breaking news from the telecom industry newspaper “RCR News” on yet another study from Sweden linking wireless phone radiation to brain tumors. For more information on wireless health research, contact: Marne Glaser EMR Network-Chicago 773 338 0248 Study

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    • 24 JUN 05

    Qld. Planning & Environmental Court sets 4 mG level

    For those groups fighting inappropriate siting of power transmission lines, the following 2002 decision from the Planning & Environmental Court of Queensland (Australia) is a useful document. Citation: Energex Ltd. v Logan City Council & Ors [2002] QPEC 001 Delivered on: 11 January 2002 Exerpt from pages 19-20: ” (g) The existing overhead 11 kV

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    • 21 JUN 05

    (Off Topic) Confessions of an economic hitman

    The Confessions of an economic hitman On Monday, June 20th, Australia’s Radio National program, In the National Interest, aired a Terry Lane interview with John Perkins about his best selling book “The Confessions of an economic hitman”. Although a transcript is not available for that program I found a similar interview transcript from “Democracy Now”

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    • 15 JUN 05

    Holland to set 0.4uT limit for new HVTLs

    NEWS FLASH! While the so-called experts in Israel, New Zealand and Australia mindlessly mouth the ICNIRP mantra that 100 uT (1000mG) is somehow acceptable. The Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment is leading the way by applying a real precautionary policy by setting a 0.4 uT (4 mG) exposure limit for new

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    • 15 JUN 05

    Israeli expert committee on powerlines

    Following is a report from Israel on yet another self styled WHO clone “expert committee” making all the usual noises about powerline magnetic fields. * Note where ICNIRP apparently admits that their guidelines are only for acute short term exposures. * There’s the old WHO/ICNIRP claim that the epidemiological studies and/or, labratory tests are defined

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