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Expert reveals 5G risks

One of the world’s leading authorities on wireless radiation has documented the risks of 5G radiation in the first book on that outlines the potential dangers of 5G technology.

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity close to mobile phone base stations – a case study in Stockholm, Sweden

We report here on a person who developed symptoms consistent with those described among EHS subjects. The symptoms developed at a work place with exposure to EMFs. Our hypothesis is that the symptoms may be attributed to that exposure. We obtained informed consent by the person to publish the symptoms and work history anonymously.

Expert reveals 5G risks

One of the world’s leading authorities on wireless radiation has documented the risks of 5G radiation in the first book on that outlines the potential dangers of 5G technology.

New insights: the damaging field

A new study from Greece sheds light on how electromagnetic fields (EMFs) affect health and raises questions about whether researchers have been looking for answers in the right places all this time.

Report says wireless radiation may harm wildlife

A trio of researchers have compiled a report saying the widespread installation of cell towers and antennas is generating electromagnetic fields — EMFs for short — that could be physiologically harmful.

All the Satellites in Space Could Crack Open the Ozone Layer

Aluminum is key to everything at stake here. First, it burns into reflective aluminum oxide, or alumina, which could turn into an unwitting geoengineering experiment that could alter Earth’s climate. And second, aluminum oxide could damage and even rip a new hole in the ozone layer. Let’s look at each threat separately and try to figure it out.

Nordic Appeal from 11 NGO´s – calling for better protection against wireless technology

In a joint letter, representatives from 11 Nordic organisations active in the field of health risks from radiation from wireless technology, request that humans and the environment be better protected. People are today completely unprotected from a variety of harmful effects, such as cancer and neurological damage, which the research has repeatedly shown occurs at levels well below current ”safety limits”.

STANZ Wired Newsletter #7 – Summer 2022

The focus of the STANZ summer 2022 newsletter is primarily focussed on providing an overview of some of the latest research on Electro-hypersensitivity (EHS). Recently, some research on EHS has drifted into the idea of nocebo being the cause of EHS, which has led to some government departments being quick to parrot this line. However, in our opinion the nocebo concept as an explanation for EHS does not stack up in the real world. The first article is by our own Anne Gastinger who has being doing research with EHS sensitive people in NZ and her report makes for very interesting reading.

Initial Report on Electro-hypersensitivity in Aotearoa, New Zealand by STANZ

The fact that we have people in Aotearoa-New Zealand suffering from Electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) – an intolerance to non-ionising electro-magnetic frequencies at levels regulatory bodies deem safe is a key concern for STANZ. can’t do it on their own. They are a voice of caution advising safer practices in the use of wireless technologies using radio frequency radiation.

How Green is 5G?

A panoply of dazzling new IoT applications is a given, it would seem, with all the potential benefits one might expect from a step-change in wireless connectivity. But what about the environmental footprint?

Scientists warn about dangers from hasty 5G rollout

Despite medical warnings from scientists and physicians about radiofrequency (RF) radiation danger from cellular technology, telecommunications companies have been launching satellites and erecting cell towers worldwide on an expeditious schedule.

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity

Professor Dominique Belpomme and team, writing in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. state that they believe electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) is a real and verifiable condition and should be acknowledged as such.

Electromagnetic fields and miscarriage

Could power-frequency magnetic fields and wireless radiation from mobile phones and other communications equipment be risk factors for miscarriage? The answer is yes, according to new research published in the journal Open Medicine.

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