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Firefighters living next to cell towers suffer severe neurological damage. Emission levels were only .1% – .2% of FCC “safe” exposure limits

Radiation levels measured were well within what the FCC considers safe exposure. The fire station cell tower measured at 1 to 2/1000th of the allowable FCC limit of non-ionizing radiation. That means the towers could be almost 1000 times more … Continue reading

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NIH/NIEHS co-sponsors international wireless radiation expert forum; scientists question the safety of untested 5G technology

  From Environmental Health Trust Expert Forum: Wireless Radiation and Human Health Hebrew University Medical School, January 23-26 2017 Sponsored by The Israel Institute for Advanced Study and Environmental Health Trust With Support from National Institutes of Health/ National Institutes … Continue reading

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Paris to adopt stricter EMF radiation standards; most protective European city

From Telecom Paper Monday 6 March 2017 | 09:40 CET | News Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo has reached an agreement with France’s four main mobile network operators aimed at introducing stricter network radiation norms. The EMF (electro-magnetic frequency) exposure limit … Continue reading

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