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Summary of The Procrustean Approach
» 150.3 KiB - 2,090 hits - August 10, 2014
A 14 page summary of the thesis The Procrustean Approach: Setting Exposure Standards for Telecommunications Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation (2010)
Chapter 4 of The Procrustean Approach
» 8.7 MiB - 4,312 hits - July 8, 2012
The WHO's International EMF Project (IEMFP) and the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
Chapter 3 of the Procrustean Approach
» 639.9 KiB - 3,699 hits - March 21, 2012
An analysis of the development and limitations of the IEEE C95.1 RF standard.
The Procrustean Approach
» 3.3 MiB - 17,825 hits - June 23, 2010
Setting Exposure Standards for Telecommunications Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation. An examination of the manipulation of telecommunications standards by political, military, and industrial vested interests at the expense of public health protection. Don Maisch PhD, June 2010
Spin in the Antipodes: A history of industry involvement in telecommunications health research in Australia (Updated)
» 507.2 KiB - 311 hits - August 17, 2018
Chapter 16 from "Corporate Ties That Bind".
Tasmania’s new electricity smart metering roll-out Why opting out may be your wisest, and healthiest choice
» 576.1 KiB - 250 hits - July 11, 2018
A curate's egg: Queensland’s Guidelines for managing 50 Hz magnetic fields in office buildings
» 215.9 KiB - 464 hits - November 20, 2016
Why Queensland's guidelines for managing 50 Hertz (power frequency) magnetic fields in office buildings is inadequate for employee safety.
The UK’s Science Media Centre model of science communication An uncensored history
» 264.5 KiB - 1,635 hits - February 23, 2016
A history of the UK Science Media Centre and vested interest control over science journalism
» 615.3 KiB - 280 hits - March 18, 2015
Comments on the Consultation Paper, National Electricity Amendment (Demand Management Incentive Scheme( Rule 2015
A critique of the New Zealand report: “Health and Safety Aspects of Electricity Smart Meters”
» 701.3 KiB - 5,396 hits - March 4, 2014
A critique of a widely circulated report: "Health and Safety Aspects of Electricity Smart Meters" produced by New Zealand’s Electric Power Engineering Centre (EPEC) at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch in 2012
Smart meter submission: An incomplete Benefit-Cost analysis and the urgent need for research
» 608.0 KiB - 1,688 hits - January 22, 2014
Comments on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ document no. D.P.U. 12-76-A. Investigation by the Department of Public Utilities on its own Motion into Modernization of the Electric Grid, December 23, 2013
The Smart Electricity Grid: Claims, Pitfalls, and Unintended Consequences
» 5.0 MiB - 4,571 hits - December 1, 2013
PDF of a Powerpoint presentation examining the smart grid given in late November 2013 in Christchurch and Auckland New Zealand
Smart meter case histories
» 1.2 MiB - 5,504 hits - September 11, 2013
Ten case histories of people in Melbourne who are suffering health problems after a smart meter was installed near their bedroom (or in one case their workstation). Part of a Powerpoint presentation.
An opinion on British Columbia's smart meter Infrastructure Project
» 1.4 MiB - 1,813 hits - January 22, 2013
A scientific opinion on the current telecommunications frequency human exposure standards as they pertain to human exposure to radio frequency/microwave (RF/MW) emissions from British Columbia's FortisBC’s proposed Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Project. This involves the installation of AMI “smart meters” in all homes and businesses of its customers.
A precautionary public health policy for cell phone, smart phone and cordless phone use
» 196.5 KiB - 5,729 hits - January 8, 2013
Smart Meter Health Concerns: Just A Nocebo Effect or an Emerging Public Health Nightmare?
» 313.0 KiB - 4,024 hits - September 6, 2012
Unintended health consequences of wireless smart meters
» 1,021.7 KiB - 3,183 hits - June 19, 2012
Comments and recommendations on the Draft report: Safety of Advanced Metering Infrastructure in Victoria
Critique of a thesis
» 698.0 KiB - 1,331 hits - September 18, 2011
RE: Review of the thesis “Evidence Based Rationale for Standards Providing Protection for Human Populations against Health Effects of Ultra High Frequency Radio-Frequency”
Submission to the IARC on its RF/MW cancer assessment process
» 422.9 KiB - 3,591 hits - May 5, 2011
The problem of conflict of interest & commercial influence in WHO agencies and the need for public interest representation
Hazards of a proposed subdivision next to HV transmission line
» 199.6 KiB - 1,792 hits - April 28, 2011
The Lauderdale Cottage Unit Development : Is the proximity to the Nyrstar transmission line a public health hazard for future residents?
Silencing inconvenient research in Sweden
» 236.1 KiB - 2,464 hits - September 5, 2010
The death of the No-Risk and Healthy Office projects, JACNEM Vol. 29, No. 2, Sept. 2010 (corrected copy), with Olle Johansson
Hungerford /Energex transmission line case
» 573.3 KiB - 3,114 hits - May 15, 2009
An analysis of risks associated with the proposed Energex Suncoast 132 kV Powerline Project’s “option J’ in relation to the Hungerford and nearby properties at Forest Glen, Queensland.
Breast cancer cluster at the Brisbane ABC studios at Toowong
» 235.0 KiB - 2,756 hits - January 1, 2007
An independent perspective on extremely low frequency magnetic fields as a possible risk factor for the breast cancer cluster at the Brisbane ABC studios at Toowong Queensland Don Maisch, John Podd and Bruce Rapley
Electromagnetic Fields in the Built Environment
» 228.4 KiB - 5,788 hits - August 30, 2006
BDP Environment Design Guide – Design for Minimal Radiation Exposure – Don Maisch, John Podd and Bruce Rapley – August 2006, Gen 76
Dangers of DECT cordless phones
» 87.8 KiB - 5,356 hits - August 5, 2006
Medical warnings needed on DECT cordless phone use JACNEM, Vol. 25 No. 2 August 2006
Conflict of Interest and Bias in Health Advisory Committees
» 285.8 KiB - 2,873 hits - April 30, 2006
A case study of industry influence on the WHO’s EMF Task Group. JACNEM, Vol. 25 No. 1, pages 15-17, April 2006
» 333.5 KiB - 3,866 hits - May 15, 2005
The ICNIRP Guidelines: RF risk assessment built on a house of cards
Notes on New Zealand's NRL/Transpower “EMF Health Forums”
» 261.3 KiB - 3,343 hits - April 7, 2005
When Risk Management Goes Wrong New Zealand public health agencies fail public trust over Transpower’s proposed 400 kV transmission line from Whakamaru to Auckland
Moscow mobile phone conference (2004)
» 70.8 KiB - 1,993 hits - December 10, 2004
Notes on the International Conference Mobile Communications and Health: Medical, Biological and Social Problems Sept 20 – 22, 2004, Moscow, Russia
Motorola's Micky Mouse review
» 33.7 KiB - 1,766 hits - February 24, 2004
Bypassing Peer Review: Motorola’s influence on mobile phone research in Australia (Or: Beware of Mickey Mouse Reviews)
Children and mobile phone use
» 49.8 KiB - 4,217 hits - August 7, 2003
Children and Mobile Phones ... Is There a Health Risk? The case for extra precautions, JACNEM, Vol. 22 No. 2; August 2003
Reducing EMF exposure improves sleep and reduces CFS symptoms
» 92.1 KiB - 2,844 hits - October 11, 2002
Poster presentation at the 2nd International Workshop on "Biological effects of Electromagnetic fields", 7-11 October 2002 , Rhodes, Greece. J. Podd, D. Maisch
EMF exposure and CFS health status study
» 120.6 KiB - 5,391 hits - April 15, 2002
Changes in Health Status in a Group of CFS and CF Patients Following Removal of ® Excessive 50 Hz Magnetic Field Exposure, JACNEM, Vol. 21, No. 1; April 2002. Co authors: P. Podd, B. Rapley
EMF in the home (Sustainable Living Tasmania guide)
» 158.1 KiB - 3,564 hits - May 10, 2010
Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMFs) in the Home
Mould & Moisture in the home (A Sustainable Living Tasmania guide)
» 115.5 KiB - 3,556 hits - February 15, 2008
Steps to take to control and eliminate mound and moisture in the home
VOCs in the home (A Sustainable Living Tasmania guide)
» 66.1 KiB - 4,490 hits - February 12, 2008
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from building materials and furnishings in the home
VOC's from electrical equipment (A Sustainable Living Tasmania guide)
» 62.4 KiB - 3,425 hits - January 15, 2008
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from electrical equipment in the home & office
Mobile Phone Use: it’s time to take precautions
» 134.7 KiB - 4,339 hits - April 26, 2001
Reasons why mobile phone users need to precautions with their mobile phone usage. JACNEM, Vol. 20, No. 1.
Pseudo-iron deficiency and EMF exposure
» 732.2 KiB - 2,344 hits - March 15, 2001
Report on: Pseudo-iron deficiency in a French population living near high-voltage transmission lines: A dilemma for clinicians, Maisch D (edited).
The Ross House substation case
» 194.9 KiB - 3,210 hits - February 18, 1999
Workcare compensation case, Melbourne Victoria, 1991-1992. Workplace Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) symptoms attributed to exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) due to close proximity to an electrical substation
CFS and EMF exposure (A hypothesis)
» 37.7 KiB - 4,186 hits - December 28, 1998
CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME - Is prolonged exposure to environmental level powerline frequency electromagnetic fields a co-factor to consider in treatment? JACNEM, Vol. 17, No. 2; Dec. 1998. Co-authors: B. Rapley, R.E. Rowland, J. Podd.
Submissions to Standards Australia on adopting the ICNIRP radio frequency exposure limits for Australia and New Zealand
» 274.3 KiB - 1,930 hits - July 24, 1998
Submissions to Standards Australia on adopting the ICNIRP radio frequency exposure limits for Australia and New Zealand. ICNIRP RF/MW Guidelines for Australia / New Zealand July 24, 1998
An overview of three powerfrequency studies
» 54.4 KiB - 5,035 hits - June 8, 1998
Powerline Frequency Electromagnetic Fields and Human Health - Is it the time to end further research? JACNEM, Vol. 17, No. 1 (co-author B. Rapley)
» 213.4 KiB - 1,659 hits - January 16, 1998
A number of case histories that indicate prolonged exposure to environmental level powerline frequency electromagnetic fields can impair immune system function.
The Breast Cancer/EMF connection
» 268.5 KiB - 2,607 hits - October 27, 1997
Melatonin, Tamoxifen, 50-60 Hertz Electromagnetic Fields and Breast Cancer, an Australian Senate discussion Paper, 27 October 1997 (published in Hansard)
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No. 4.
» 317.0 KiB - 2,242 hits - October 12, 1997
A News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy.Volume 1, No. 4. Nov. 1997
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No. 3.
» 416.1 KiB - 2,506 hits - September 15, 1997
A News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy.Volume 1, No. 3. Sept. 1997
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No. 2.
» 250.4 KiB - 3,835 hits - July 9, 1997
An EMFacts News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy. May 1997.
Electromagnetics Forum, Vol.1, No.1
» 262.0 KiB - 2,314 hits - December 15, 1996
An EMFacts News Report on the Health Effects of Electromagnetic Energy. Dec. 1996.
Wang L., et al, 1990
» 904.9 KiB - 275 hits - February 7, 2017
Protein gene product 9.5-immunreactive nerve fibres and cells in human skin