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Democracy Now interview on Nation investigation 4/5/18, Part 2: How Big Wireless war-gamed the science on risks, while making customers addicted to their phones (VIDEO)

“…they were told 20 years ago that this could cause cancer in kids, and they kept doing it. Think about that. Think about that.” — Mark Hertsgaard From Democracy Now April 5, 2018 Video at above link. Guests:  Mark Hertsgaard, … Continue reading

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Democracy Now interview on Nation investigation 4/5/18: Part 1 — How the Wireless Industry convinced the public that cellphones are safe & cherry-picked research on risks (VIDEO)

From Democracy Now April 5, 2018 Video at link above. Guests:  Mark Hertsgaard, Environment correspondent and investigative editor for The Nation Article: “How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe” Transcript This is a rush transcript. Copy may … Continue reading

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Carta abierta de “no confianza” a la OMS (versión en castellano)

De Programa Estatal Contra la Contaminacio Electro-Magnetico 26 de enero de 2017 Press release below Las organizaciones ciudadanas que integramos la “Coordinadora europea de organizaciones por una regulación de la exposición a los campos electromagnéticos (CEM) que realmente proteja la … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Judge rules California Dept of Public Health must release 2010 report on cell phone risks; CDPH says it would cause panic

The CDPH report was written in 2010, before the WHO cancer assessment and extensive additional research including the NTP study results showing carcinogenic effect, DNA damage and lower birth weights.  The FCC says no evidence of a “definite” link — … Continue reading

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Are my toys playing with my DNA?

The author asks, “What is a really safe distance?” No safe exposure level has ever been established. Research findings at various radiation levels show different aspects, not levels, of risk. Low power emissions sometimes have a greater effect than high … Continue reading

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New York Times fails to report conflicts of interest in coverage of power line health issue

By Paul Brodeur, former staff writer at the New Yorker Published in Huffington Post, December 12, 2014 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-brodeur/new-york-times-power-line-coverage_b_6314400.ht ml In recent days, employees of The New York Times have posted no fewer than three pieces on the newspaper’s website, asserting … Continue reading

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