Industry Observations

Dr Devra Davis states that a “cellphone is a two-way microwave radio.  Industry has fought successfully to use the phrase 'radiofrequency energy' instead of microwave radiation. Because they know radiofrequency energy sounds fine.”

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Resolution 1815 recommends that European member states "take all reasonable measures to reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields, especially to radio frequencies from mobile phones, and particularly the exposure to children and young people who seem to be most at risk from head tumours”.

House Values Affected?

The value of your house could be affected by proximity to a cellphone tower

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France has banned the advertising of cell phones to children. 

The City of Berkeley in California has passed an ordinance requiring cell phone resellers to publish warnings about radiation from their phones and how consumers can safeguard themselves.  This ordinance is known as the ‘Right to Know’. 

Manufacturers publish warnings in their instructions.

5G is coming and uses millimetre frequencies.  Both the Russians and the Chinese are experimenting with the use of millimetre emitting crowd control devices and the US have tested them too.  In order to build an effective 5G network, millions of small transmitters will need to be installed throughout a country (effectively the network will need thousands in each city) as electromagnetic radiation in these frequencies finds it difficult to penetrate solid objects such as buildings.  The biological effects of this radiation are not yet known.

Senate Appropriations Committee explores the reasons why cell phones could be more dangerous in elevators or on the subway 

Vested Interests

We have published a series of papers on the effect of funding from the telecoms industry on the quality of research carried out into EMFs and the human body, which strongly indicates that vested interests may be at work.

In the USA, the Federal Communications Commission, the FCC, is an independent agency of the United States government which was set up to regulate interstate communications by radio, wire, television, cable and satellite.  In 2017 a new head of the FCC was appointed but is a lobbyist for the telecommunications industry.

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