esukWederom zijn er weer twee interessante en uitgebreide nieuwsbrieven uitgekomen van organisatie Electrosensitivity UK.

Waaronder uitgebreid aandacht voor het WHO-EMF Project en de belangverstrengeling van o.a. Emilie van Deventer en Eric van Rongen. Daarnaast tientallen andere artikelen en mediaberichten van de afgelopen paar maanden.



Enkele interessante punten uit deze twee zeer uitgebreide nieuwsbrieven zijn:


 Nieuwsbrief 1 januari 2015

-United Federation of Teachers warns of "damage to cells and DNA"
This union's website warns its 200,000 members in the USA that "Wireless radiation ... was once thought to be relatively harmless. However, we now know that wireless radiation can cause non-thermal biological effects as well, including damage to cells and DNA, even at low levels."

-Verder wordt er in deze nieuwsbrief uitgebreid ingegaan op het WHO-EMF Project en de inmenging van de organisatie ICNIRP hierin. In dit artikel wordt uitgebreid ingegaan op de vermeende belangenverstrengeling van diverse personen van het ICNIRP en WHO waaronder Emilie van Deventer, Eric van Rongen, Ahlbom, Repacholli, Rubin.


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 Nieuwsbrief 2 Mei 2015

Taiwan bans toddlers from wireless radiation; UK wants more radiation

Taiwan now accepts the established evidence of harm from everyday wireless exposure and has banned parents from letting children under two use radiation devices. In contrast, the UK government Department of Transport misguidedly announced on 11th February 2015 that it wants more WiFi radiation in public places and will use £50M of public money to irradiate more train passengers, despite the known health harm.

Prof. Stelian Gelberg: "children with hypersensitivity to radiation"
Prof. Stelian Gelberg, head of radiation and noise at the Ministry of Environmental Protection, acknowledged that there are children, in Israel and abroad, who have a hypersensitivity to radiation. He said this during a hearing held in the Education Committee in March 2014 on coping with threat of electromagnetic radiation in the educational system. He also said that radio radiation and power fields have been declared by the World Health Organization as possible carcinogens, explaining that when 30 laptops or tablets are in the same classroom and transmitting at the same time, the exposure of class may reach rather high levels.


NACST: "headaches and cardiac issues across the country"
"Decades of accumulated research show wireless radiation damages neurological, immune, and reproductive systems in addition to increasing cancer risk. Prof. Olle Johansson, Karolinksa Institute, Stockholm Sweeden, has stated that wireless radiation exposure studies have indicated 'irreversible sterility within five generations'. As this damage is cumulative, the longer the radiation exposure, the greater the health impact over time.

'We are getting reports of headaches and cardiac issues from across the country. The time to act is now', stated a spokesperson for the National Association for Children and Safe Technology. NACST is an organization dedicated to raising awareness of the health impacts of wireless radiation on children. They are calling for schools to use wired Internet only. Their website details both the accumulated research showing wireless radiation's acute as well as long term health impacts." ("Los Angeles Unified School District Accommodates Teacher Who Fell Ill After Wireless Installation" NACST, 31st January)

Ban phone masts within 300m
Yet another study, this time from Iran, confirms Electrosensitivity symptoms near phone masts and suggests banning nearby phone masts: "Cellular phone base stations antenna should not be sited closer than 300 m to populations to minimize exposure of neighbours". This is because phone masts cause symptoms such as nausea, headache, dizziness, irritability, discomfort, nervousness, depression, sleep disturbance, memory loss and lowering of libido, in a survey of 250 randomly selected inhabitants. (Shahbazi-Gahrouei D et al,  Electromagn Biol Med., 2014


Mobile phones damage children's brains
The Cancer Association of South Africa (Cansa) has issued a stern warning about giving children mobile phones and other wireless technology because of the enormous risks. Prof. Michael Herbst, head of health at Cansa, said: "Their skulls and brains are still developing and the radiation from cellphones practically 'cooks' their brains." (Tanya Farber:  "Cellphones fry young brains", Times Live, 11th December)


20 minutes on a mobile like tiger-riding: "food for the tiger"
"According to a study, indiscriminate use of cell phone by indulging in non-stop talk for 20 minutes every day will cause hearing loss over a period of time. Other health hazards over long-term use of cell phone are feverishness, sleeplessness, sleep disruption, migraine, palpitations of the heart, dizziness, irreversible infertility, DNA damage, immune system degradation and arising of cardiovascular problems due to exposure to EM radiation.

These are the findings of a study undertaken by Prof. Girish Kumar, professor in electrical engineering, IIT, Mumbai ... The main concern is that of those indulging in cell-phone talking spree for long hours. It amounted to indulging in tiger-riding and that it is a matter of time when the rider will end up as a food for the tiger, unless remedial measures are taken up with all seriousness and in right earnest, warns Girish Kumar. There are 25,000 brain tumour cases in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states and most of them are attributed to excessive use of cell phones, as per a recent medical survey."
("Cell phone may cause hearing loss: Study" 7th February, The Hans, India)


Ban WiFi experiment: "poor memory and concentration"
People are facing a host of illnesses ranging from brain tumours and leukaemia to poor memory and concentration as they become increasingly engulfed by "electrosmog" as WiFi networks expand globally, scientists in Scandinavia have warned. "The wireless society is the largest human full- scale experiment ever, and it urgently needs to be addressed as such," said Associate Professor Olle Johansson from the Department of Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.

He warned: "We are literally enveloped by an 'electrosmog' which contributes to increased sickness rates, and politicians need a totally different approach to the problem." Calling for WiFi to be discontinued worldwide, he warned: "It is going to affect future generations, and the time to act is now"
("WiFi 'electrosmog' a risk to health, say scientists", World Bulletin, 12 November 2014)


Switch off WiFi and phone: "My sleeping issues were over"
From the Center for Safer Wireless, Virginia, USA: "I was having a lot of sleeping issues, as well as the whole family was having health issues - ear infections in my children, sinusitis, and bronchitis, which often resulted in the need for antibiotics to cure us. A friend told me about the Center for Safer Wireless. They did a radiation assessment of my home, and told me how to use all our wireless devices more safely - how to turn off my wireless router at night, eliminate the cordless phone, install dirty electricity filters, and other steps.

After a month, my sleeping issues were over, my son never had another ear infection, and my daughter's chronic sinusitis disappeared. Our health overall improved, and my family hasn't needed any antibiotics for over three years."

Telecoms admitted non-thermal effects in 1990s non-thermal patents
Mobile phone companies appear to admit to non- thermal effects in some radiation-reducing patents. Patents were secured by Hitachi in 1991, Mitsubishi in 1992 and Alcatel N.V. in 1996. "On July 28, 1998, Nokia received a patent for a shield layer between the antenna and the user to reduce the EM irradiation of the user.

The Nokia patent application states: 'It has been suggested that modulated RF radiation induces changes in the electrical status, i.e., in the ion balance of nerves. A continuous localized exposure to RF irradiation has been suggested to weaken myelin sheets of cells and to eventually lead to an impairment of hearing capability, vertigo, etc. It has been suggested that RF irradiation may stimulate extra growth among supportive cells in the nerve system, which in the worst case it has been suggested could [lead] to a development of malignant tumors, e.g., glioma.'"

"Nokia received another patent on Dec. 29, 1998, for an accessory radio-frequency unit that 'decreases radiation towards the user's head.'"
(Reily Gregson: "Manufacturers own patent to cut radiation" RCRWireless News, 4th June 2001)


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