• 18 MAY 05

    Rural mobile phone use ‘riskier’ BBC News

    Rural mobile phone use ‘riskier’ BBC News http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4552645.stm Monday, 16 May, 2005, 23:45 GMT 00:45 UK Rural mobile phone users seem to be more at risk, experts say Using a digital mobile phone in rural areas may pose a greater risk of developing brain tumours than it does in urban settings, a study suggests. Researchers

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    • 13 MAY 05

    Move to force FCC to study RF health effects

    Notice from the U.S. EMF Policy Institute: The EMR Policy Institute is seeking donations to support a Supreme Court challenge to the FCC’s RF safety regulations (press release below). For those wishing to make a donation go to: < www.emrpolicy.org > and click on the “Donate Now” button at the bottom of our Home Page.

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    • 11 MAY 05

    Vatican Radio officials convicted

    Vatican Radio’s Cardinal Roberto Tucci avoids jail BBC News Monday, 9 May, 2005 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4531247.stm A Roman Catholic cardinal and a priest in charge of Vatican Radio have been convicted of polluting the atmosphere with powerful electromagnetic waves. Cardinal Roberto Tucci and Father Pasquale Borgomeo were given suspended 10-day jail sentences. The Italian court also ordered

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    • 04 MAY 05

    The Cancer Epidemic – Symptom of an Unsustainable Society

    By Alain Brunel Le Devoir Tuesday 03 May 2005 The number of new cancer cases is growing twice as fast as population in Canada: as of now, 44% of Canadian men and 38% of Canadian women will be affected during their

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    • 03 MAY 05

    A cellphone to calm your restless baby?

    A Way to Calm Fussy Baby: ‘Sesame Street’ by Cellphone By DOREEN CARVAJAL International Herald-Tribune April 18, 2005 ANNES, France – When a toddler’s wails soar to piercing volume, do you shake the baby rattle or dangle the mobile phone? An unlikely group of entertainment companies is betting on the mobile phone. The target customers

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    • 03 MAY 05

    Red blood cells lump by mobile phone

    Two students in Germany have shown that cell phone research doesn’t necessarily have to cost millions. I don’t see however how a 20 second cell phone call can have such an effect on blood but if the samples were taken from the earlobe and fingertip immediately against the phone perhaps so. Taken from the original

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    • 01 MAY 05

    On EMF Protective Devices

    On a regular basis I am asked to comment on an EMF protective device or another on whether they work or not, occasionally I am asked if they are a good product to start selling, and less occasionally I am offered a good deal to become a device seller myself! I usually respond by sending

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    • 09 MAR 05

    Henry Lai’s research and the politics of big science

    http://www.washington.edu/alumni/columns/march05/wakeupcall01.html HENRY LAI HAS A VIVID RECOLLECTION OF HIS INTRODUCTION to the politics of big science. It was 1994, and he had just received a message from the National Institutes of Health, which was funding work he was doing on the effects of microwave radiation, similar to that emitted by cellular phones, on the brain.

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    • 24 FEB 05

    PBS TV NOW covers cell tower legal battle; EMF course (From Libby Kelly)

    Hi Don, News from the USA for our USA colleagues… The Public Broadcasting System’s NOW TV show, formerly narrated by Bill Moyers, is airing a story on cellular antennas this coming Friday night on most affiliate stations across the U.S. The perspective they seem to be taking is using siting of antennas as one example

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    • 24 FEB 05

    InCom Corp’s proposal to RFID school kids (From Cindy Sage)

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-sutter22feb22,0,374779.story?coll=la-home-local CALIFORNIA Town Gives Brave New World an F When an elementary school required students to wear radio frequency IDs, some parents saw the specter of Big Brother. By Eric Bailey Times Staff Writer February 22, 2005 SUTTER, Calif. – This little Northern California farm town is blissfully unaccustomed to turmoil. But recent weeks dished

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