In the summer of 2012, Paul Brodeur sent me an email that began, “Don’t forget that when I croak, you’re supposed to give some credit to me as the original microwave pioneer.” I came across it in my files after learning that Brodeur had died on August 2nd at the age of 92. It was among his many letters, notes and clippings I had stashed away over the last 50 years…
The European Union assessments of radiofrequency radiation health risks – another hard nut to crack (Review)
Nyberg R, McCredden J, Hardell L. The European Union assessments of radiofrequency radiation health risks – another hard nut to crack (Review).
View the recordings from the ICBE-EMF-Sponsored Workshop/Webinar held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on June 14, 2023
RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION FROM WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SOURCES: ARE SAFETY LIMITS VALID?
August 7, 2023. Italy has the lowest EMF exposure limits in Europe. EMF experts and citizens successfully opposed a poposal by the Italian government to increase the radiofrequency exposure limits.
By James C. Lin, Electrical Engineer and professor at the University of Chicago, IEEE life member, and former ICNIRP Board Member
In this article, Dr. James C Lin agrees with the findings made by ICBE-EMF in its October 2002 peer reviewed scientific entitled: “Scientific evidence invalidates health assumptions underlying the FCC and ICNIRP exposure limit determinations for radiofrequency radiation: implications for 5G”
Published: April 4, 2023
This paper details six low-cost engineering fixes that could dramatically reduce cellphone radiation. The paper also discusses seven blind spots in the way we have set emissions standards for cellphones. Those blind spots suggest that current standards are inadequate and that no one can be assured that cellphones on the market today are safe.
What to know about cell phone radiation, by Peter Elkind, ProPublica on January 4, 2022
ProPublica recently examined how the federal government, based on quarter-century-old standards, denies that cellphones pose any risks.
The Turin Court of Appeal upholds worker compensation for worker with acoustic neuroma.
Microwave News reports: “Dissident Scientists Seek Stricter RF Exposure Limits – New Challenge to ICNIRP – Will They Succeed Where Others Failed?” (November 1, 2022)
James C. Lin’s new paper “Carcinogenesis from chronic exposure to radio-frequency radiation” October 31, 2022
Lin is one of the world’s most renowned scientists who has studied the effects of radio frequency (RF) radiation, and a distinguished former member of the two organizations that created the RF exposure limits, the International Commission on Nonionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), challenges the validity of these safety limits.
On October 18, 2022 we published our first paper.
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