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Electromagnetic Field From Cellphone Towers May Amplify Pain in Amputees

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 24 May 2016 07:47

country: Global
category: '4'
date: '2016-01-13'
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website: ''
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remarks: "+ Electromagnetic Field From Cellphone Towers May Amplify Pain in Amputees\n\n\n++ Anthropogenic Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Elicit Neuropathic Pain in an Amputation Model\n\n Bryan Black ,\n Rafael Granja-Vazquez ,\n Benjamin R. Johnston ,\n Erick Jones,\n Mario Romero-Ortega\n\n Published: January 13, 2016\n http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0144268\n\n----\n\n\n\n\n----\n> + Flawed study should be retracted immediately\n> +++ Posted by DariuszLeszczynski on 14 Mar 2016 at 15:56 GMT\n> \n> On January 13, 2016, was published in the journal PLoS ONE an article ?Anthropogenic Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Elicit Neuropathic Pain in an Amputation Model? by Bryan Black, Rafael Granja-Vazquez, Benjamin R. Johnston, Erick Jones, and Mario Romero-Ortega.\n> \n> Claims made by the authors made some headlines in the news media. Unfortunately, the article is not worthy any attention and should be immediately retraced and returned to the authors for additional experiments. It is simply a case of bad science.\n> \n> The major problem with the article is the radiation dosimetry and temperature measurement of the skin.\n> \n> The authors claim that exposing rats to level of RF-EMF mimicking levels emitted by cell towers, the temperature of the skin of the animals increased by 2.1oC (!!!). This would mean, for humans, rise of skin temperature from the normal 36.6oC to some 38.7oC. This should be occurring, according to the study, in response to cell tower radiation ? meaning just walking through the city would make human skin to be in fever. As we know this does not happen.\n> \n> Simple logical thinking should bring the authors to the one and the only conclusion that something is badly wrong with their study.\n> \n> There must be some technical error(s) in execution of the experiments and some of these might be:\n> 1. Radiation dosimetry is incorrect and animals are exposed to higher RF-EMF dose\n> 2. Temperature measurement is incorrect and shows too high skin temperature\n> 3. Handling of animals was incorrect and led to increased skin temperature\n> \n> There are many other inconsistencies and insufficiencies in the description of the experiments. However, the ?temperature & dosimetry? problem alone is enough to completely invalidate the study and demand the immediate retraction.\n> \n> Also, it is puzzling, how such badly messed up study was accepted by peer-reviewers and by the editors of the PLoS ONE?\n> \n> Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, DSc\n> \n> Chief Editor\n> Specialty 'Radiation and Health'\n> Frontiers in Public Health, Lausanne, Switzerland\n> &\n> Adjunct Professor\n> Department of Biochemistry & Biotechnology\n> University of Helsinki, Finland"

US Forest Service to respond to 3,400 complaints on Navy's electromagnetic warfare plan

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 23 May 2016 16:31

country: USA
category: '5'
date: '2016-01-08'
references: 'Greg Wahl, Olympic National Forest environmental coordinator, said this week that the agency is writing final drafts of up to about 100 general responses to the thousands of comments submitted by Nov. 28.'
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website: 'http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/20160108/news/301089978/forest-service-crafting-hundreds-of-responses-to-thousands-of'
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||\n||~ An EA-18G Growler assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 129 lands on Naval Air Station Whidbey Island’s Ault Field. — U.S. Navy An EA-18G Growler assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 129 lands on Naval Air Station Whidbey Island’s Ault Field. — U.S. Navy ||\n\nBy Paul Gottlieb\nPeninsula Daily News\n\nPORT ANGELES — The U.S. Forest Service is completing final draft responses to thousands of mostly negative comments directed at plans for expanded naval electronic warfare exercises over the North Olympic Peninsula, including Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest.\n\nBut if you submitted one of the 3,397 correspondences on the $11.5 million Pacific Northwest Electronic Warfare Training Range project, don't expect a response specifically to your submission.\n\nGreg Wahl, Olympic National Forest environmental coordinator, said this week that the agency is writing final drafts of up to about 100 general responses to the thousands of comments submitted by Nov. 28.\n\n“We have compiled themes for a couple thousand [comments] we received,” Wahl said.\n\n“The majority could be labeled as concerned with the project or against it.\n\n“There were certainly comments supporting it, though,” Wahl said.\n\n“The process is really to flush out what are the main themes, what are the main issues, from a copious amount of comments and to get to the heart of what the concern is.”\n\nWahl said a Portland, Ore., company compiled the comments for about $30,000 after agency staff were overwhelmed by the responses.\n\nNavy officials also will review the draft responses before they are finalized.\n\nThe Navy is seeking a special-use permit from the agency to deploy — on 12 Olympic National Forest roads — three camper-size vehicles that would emit electromagnetic signals.\n\nThe trucks would engage in real-time exercises with radar-jamming jet pilots from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island who now train from within the confines of the cockpit.\n\nThe Navy's environmental assessment of the project concluded the activity, which includes the emission of electromagnetic radiation, would not result in significant environmental impacts.\n\nThe roads lie below the Olympic Military Operations Area, an umbrella of naval air space that extends from Olympic National Park west to the coast and from the Strait of Juan de Fuca south to Grays Harbor County.\n\nIt also includes portions of Clallam and Jefferson counties.\n\nWahl said the Forest Service will issue a draft decision on the permit this spring, at the same time that commenters should receive final responses to their missives.\n\nOne form of comment was a petition opposing the project with a reported 110,000 signatures.\n\nIt was submitted to the Forest Service in September and cited noise and health impacts as main concerns.\n\nWahl said the worries received seemed to be, in order of volume, the impact from jet noise, the effect on human health and safety, and what the electromagnetic warfare project might do to flora and fauna.\n\nNavy officials have said the jet flights over the military operations area would increase by up to 10 percent, another assertion disputed by critics who say the percentage is far greater.\n\nWahl said the Forest Service already has experience with the Navy's mobile emitters on Olympic National Forest roads interacting with radar-jamming jets.\n\nThe agency issued special-use permits to the Navy several years ago to conduct preliminary testing for a limited time.\n\n“I'm not that aware of any impacts,” Wahl said.\n\nRelease of the comments and final draft decision will be followed by a 45-day objection period and another 45-day “resolution” period, after which a decision will be issued.\n\nThe resolution period can be extended by an additional 30 days.\n\nInformation on the project is available at http://tinyurl.com/PDN-electwarfare.\n\n________\n\nSenior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5060, or at moc.swenyliadalusninep|beilttogp#moc.swenyliadalusninep|beilttogp.\n\nLast modified: January 08. 2016 4:09PM \n\n"

How 1W transmitters are capable of jamming civilian GPS systems within a 300-mile area around facility?

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 23 May 2016 15:05

country: Global
category: '5'
date: '2015-03-15'
references: 'The Newport Antenna Measurement Facility radar towers off Newport Road in Newport.'
image: null
website: 'http://www.uticaod.com/article/20150315/Opinion/150319620'
youtube: ''
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remarks: "ow 1 W transmitters are capable of jamming civilian GPS systems within a 300-mile area around facility?\n\n

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\nNEWPORT RADAR FACILITY: Two guest opinions heat up debate over possible health effects\n\nThese guest columns continue the conversation about the levels of electromagnetic radiation that is emitted by the Newport Antenna Measurement Facility. Questions are being raised by a group named \"Kuyahoora Valley – What's Making Us Sick,\" who are pushing for a state investigation. The group is seeking answers as an unusual number of rare cancers have surfaced in their community.\n\n Let me first thank the Observer-Dispatch, Dr. David Carpenter, director of the University at Albany's Institute for Health and the Environment, and Col. David P. Blanks, commander of the Rome Research Site and Deputy Director of the Information Directorate, for all taking part in this discussion.\n\n I keep reminding myself that this is for the children and the families and to assist the community in finding answers to the local cluster of disease in the Newport and immediate surrounding area.\n\n Let me also state that I have the utmost respect for the medical community and the role the military plays in defending our freedoms. My mother, father and brother all served in the military.\n\n I grew up in rural Maine in a town of less than 2,000 people and I have kids, so I can imagine how the health problems must impact the community.\n\n I would like to comment on Col. Blanks’ March 11 O-D guest column from a technical standpoint. I am doing this in hope that the public and military will see that more information is required by the public to fully assess the environmental impact of the Newport Antenna Radiation Pattern Test Facility on the surrounding area.\n\n In my career I have assisted in writing environmental permits and applications and have searched the New York state database and FCC registrations and I find nothing regarding the Newport facility.\n\n Let me start by assuming the colonel is correct and the facility radars tested are “only 1 watt each.”\n\n Assuming that is a correct statement, I would like to ask the colonel how 1 watt transmitters are capable of jamming civilian GPS systems within a 300-mile area around the facility as happened accidently in 1998?\n\n As radio/microwave power densities drop off with the square of the distance from the transmitter, my calculations using 5 watts show that would be impossible, and if true would warrant a Nobel Prize in Physics.\n\n I would also like to ask the colonel what those 10-foot diameter parabolic dishes are in his photograph because my WiFi access point does not have one.\n\n My research shows those 10-foot diameter antennas can boost 1 watt of power to an equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP) of 3,162 watts due to a gain of 35 dBi (decibels).\n\n It is important to compare apples to apples, and I disagree with most of what the colonel is saying. Regarding the site, the colonel said “it doesn’t emit various frequencies of electromagnetic radiation” and yet the facilities’ own brochure says they test a full range of frequencies from 0-60 GHz.\n\n This referenced document (www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/ fulltext/u2/a347013.pdf) states each radar can generate up to 1000 watt (1kW) pulsed power which is then boosted by the 35 dBi antenna to an EIRP of up to 3,162,277 watts each according to my calculations. Multiple that by 5 radars and you can now understand how 15 million watts of pulsed EIRP power can jam civilian airliner GPS systems from hundreds of miles away and also potentially make personnel ill in the surrounding area.\n"

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Carsten Häublein (Priest)

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 15 Feb 2015 22:39

illness: Suicide
date: '2013-02-21'
passed: '0'
company: Clergy
industry: Church
country: Germany
reference: ''
website: 'http://ehsfighback.blogspot.co.il/2014/02/when-priests-commit-suicide.html'
youtube: ''
remarks: "+ In Memoriam of Father Carsten Häublein\n

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\nSource: http://ehsfighback.blogspot.co.il/2014/02/when-priests-commit-suicide.html\n> On February 14th, 2014 a day dedicated to love, I got a heartbreaking message which reflects most the unloving nature of our society. I was informed that my friend, Carsten Häublein, a German priest who suffered from EHS for 10 years, could no longer take the pain of the ‘Fire’ 4G LTE, which burned inside his head, and he committed suicide.\n> \n>

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\n> \n> My sadness was profound and on that same day I wrote a post but I did not publish it. His death was too overwhelming and I needed more time to digest it and understand what it meant for me, what impact should it have on my life and what his death says about the world and society when priests commit suicide.\n>\n> Carsten first contacted me 10 months before he committed suicide and we kept in touch and had long conversations, he even spoke Hebrew. He worked tirelessly to help hundreds of people who suffer from EHS while trying to survive himself and living in inhumane conditions in his car in the woods.\n\n\n+ In memoriam Rev. Carsten Häublein\nSource: http://www.es-uk.info/docs/esuknewsMar13small1.pdf\n> ES-UK expresses sympathy to the relatives and friends of retired Pastor Carsten Häublein, born\n> August 1957, died February 2013. Werner Funk and Suzanne Sohmer, with help from Dr. Waldmann-Selsam, report with great sadness that he could no longer endure the increase in high-frequency LTE (4G) torture and, no longer himself, ended his life. “We are stunned, shocked and paralyzed.” In 2006, when the transmission facilities were upgraded in Oberammergau, he could not sleep any more and\n> suffered hellish torments in different places, and slept in a radiation-free forest. The press reported the precarious health situation of\n> many residents in Oberammergau.\n> In 2009, after a long search, he finally found a healthy place to live in Schleswig-Holstein. He placed his hopes on this, moving\n> to a small house and finally being able to live symptom-free.\n> “The ‘luck’ did not last long: from July 2012 his health worsened dramatically when LTE (4G fast wireless internet access) came into operation. The intolerable situation came to a head - and we could not help.” He felt powerless to stop the devastating feeling of “roaring, banging and hissing in the head” and he complained desperately because his “whole body vibrated”. Additional shielding\n> brought only limited relief. He finally saw no other way of relief. How desperate he must have been and in how much agony to escape the\n> unbearable torture in this way.\n> “Such shocking acts of desperation touch loved ones, relatives, friends and neighbours. But from the perspective of political leaders\n> and the mobile phone operators, suffering in this diabolical way ‘disappears’ from the surface of this world and business can continue\n> as usual. The deceased’s closest relatives specifically ask that not only this news is forwarded, but also that his obituary expresses the\n> tremendous human tragedy which happened here: Pastor Häublein has become a victim of this 4G technology.”\n\n\n+ Internet Search:\n* Carsten Häublein (Priest) — Ecosia\n* Carsten Häublein — YouTube"

cellular-and-molecular-effects-of-emf

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 18 May 2016 19:26

Cellular and Molecular Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, by Dr. Martin Blank

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 18 May 2016 19:22

Wireless wake-up call | Jeromy Johnson | TEDxBerkeley

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 13 May 2016 18:47

country: Global
category: '2'
date: '2016-02-06'
references: 'http://tedxberkeley.org'
image: null
website: 'https://www.emfanalysis.com/tedx-wireless-wake-up-call/'
youtube: 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0NEaPTu9oI'
current: null
remarks: "On February 6th, I had the opportunity to speak at TEDxBerkeley. The title of my talk was “Wireless Wake-Up Call.” I discussed the health effects related to the explosion in wireless technology the past few years, along with solutions that can help everyone. Within the presentation, I also talked about how we can develop technology that is much safer for humanity. \n\n

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\n\n> Zellerbach Hall on the UC Berkeley campus is an incredible venue. It seats 2,000 people and this event was sold-out. I was the second speaker of the day and the first couple minutes on stage were a bit nerve-racking. As you will see in my opening questions, there was an uncomfortable moment for everyone (it felt like the entire room needed to pause). It happened when I asked who knew that the fine print in every smart phone owner’s manual says to never put the phone within about 1 inch of the body. This is a truth that is currently taboo to discuss in our society, so few people know about it. However, once we got through this moment, the talk soon became fun and was well-received by many in the audience.\n\n\n"

Repacholi challenges Gro Brundtland, EHS

by Sound HealingSound Healing 06 May 2016 07:42

Mike Repacholi, the former head of the World Health Organization's EMF Project, is blaming his former boss, Gro Harlem Brundtland, for contributing "massively" to people's fears of RF radiation from mobile phones.

RFID Chips

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 26 Apr 2016 20:02

Electro-sensitivity Forum

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 25 Apr 2016 00:48

(Members 1484, Admins 2, at 2016-04-25)

National Association For Children and Safe Technology

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 18 Apr 2016 15:39

The National Association for Children and Safe Technology (NACST) is a parent based organization dedicated to safeguarding children's
health and well being.

Hawaiian Electric's smart grid bad idea - West Hawaii Today, 8th April 2016

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 18 Apr 2016 00:29

country: Hawai
category: '4'
date: '2016-04-08'
references: 'Smart Meters'
image: null
website: 'http://westhawaiitoday.com/opinion/letters/letters-4-8-16'
youtube: ''
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remarks: "Hawaiian Electric's smart grid bad idea - West Hawaii Today, 8th April 2016\n\n\"Smart meters emit dangerous pulsed microwave radiation 24/7. This is an involuntary exposure that cannot be turned off. Utilities claim smart meters are safe because they comply with FCC regulations. Unfortunately, the FCC regulations do not protect you from the biological effects (cellular damage) due to the pulsed microwave radiation from a smart meter.\n\nSmart meters operating in a smart grid mesh network have never been tested for safety. Smart meters have also caused electrical fires in many states across America. Just say no to smart meters!\"\n\n\n\n> \n> Updated: \n> April 8, 2016 - 5:58pm\n> \n> + Hawaiian Electric’s smart grid bad idea\n> \n> Hawaiian Electric wants to install a smart grid in Hawaii. Their reasons might sound appealing at first glance, but when you do the research you will find it’s a really stupid idea.\n> \n> Smart grids and smart meters only benefit utility companies, at the expense of their customers.\n> \n> Does a company that sells electricity really want you to use less? No, they want you to pay extra for the privilege of using electricity when you need to use it. This is what is called time of use (TOU) pricing which only works with a smart meter, a 45 percent price increase from 4 p.m. to midnight when you need it most. The term “give customers more control over their electric usage” simply means forcing you to alter your behavior by shifting how and when you use electricity. In other words, to save electricity, do your laundry in the middle of the night when rates are cheaper or maybe sit in the dark. Play by the utilities rules or pay more!\n> \n> Smart meters are much more accurate than analog meters so you will pay more.\n> \n> Smart meters are data recorders, too, profiling and recording your household activities 24/7. Data that can be sold to third parties or shared with police or government without your consent.\n> \n> Smart meters emit dangerous pulsed microwave radiation 24/7. This is an involuntary exposure that cannot be turned off. Utilities claim smart meters are safe because they comply with FCC regulations. Unfortunately, the FCC regulations do not protect you from the biological effects (cellular damage) due to the pulsed microwave radiation from a smart meter.\n> \n> Smart meters operating in a smart grid mesh network have never been tested for safety. Smart meters have also caused electrical fires in many states across America. Just say no to smart meters!\n> \n> Ron Becker\n> \n> Hawi\n> \n> + Pidgin’ column inflammatory\n> \n> I have been reading Wally Camp’s column, “Pidgin’ on da Loose,” since its start. I have enjoyed its content until today, April 6. Wally’s translation of the word pake might be correct in many instances, however, his definition in relationship to certain ethnicities and religions was flat out racist.\n> \n> Do you want your children brought up to understand that being frugal is directly related to one’s ethnic background or religion? I certainly hope not. If you grew up on the mainland, as I did, you hear these kinds of comments and they were directly related to the ignorance of the people saying them.\n> \n> Adults should never pretend that these kinds of definitions are OK to teach our children. West Hawaii Today should have never published this kind of trash.\n> \n> Rob Nathan\n> \n> Waikoloa\n> "

Schools with Cellphone Towers

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 21 May 2014 16:27

The following List is a Summary of Schools which have a Cellphone Tower on their property or close proximity !
- This is a serious threat for HEALTH & WELL-BEING and might even be seen as a form of Child Abuse !!!

Wireless/Inductive Charging

by New Wave ConsultingNew Wave Consulting 05 Aug 2013 00:35

Wireless Charging and Inductive Charging are causing electromagnetic fields in the immediate environment and might be harmful to humans, animals and plants.

Schools using Wi-Fi (and those not!)

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 21 May 2014 05:14

The following List is a Summary of Schools which have implemented Wi-Fi !
- This is nothing but Child Abuse !!!

Wi-Fi in Schools

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 17 Sep 2013 11:26

A switched on Wi-Fi installation must be the best way to bugger up your Health!

Problems

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 06 Nov 2013 09:26

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EMF (ElectroMagnetic Fields)

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 27 Mar 2016 22:04

Electro-magnetic fields are caused wherever there is a flow of electricity and even where there is not.

FBI settles out of Court for Mass Filing Lawsuit

by Peter-ZAPeter-ZA 18 Mar 2016 22:47

country: USA
category: '6'
date: '2012-12-03'
references: ''
image: null
website: 'http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/mpthree/blog/2012/12/fbi-settles-out-court-mass-filing-lawsuit'
youtube: ''
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remarks: "+ FBI settles out of Court for Mass Filing Lawsuit.\n*http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/mpthree/blog/2012/12/fbi-settles-out-court-mass-filing-lawsuit\n\nThe FBI has agreed not to contest the mass filing against them upon facing 500 lawsuits..They have agreed to investigate electronic harassment with the FCC.\n\nThey have agreed to set up a phone number for victims to call into, and to send FCC officers immediately to the location of the victim with equipment to find out where the signals are coming from so they can turn these systems off.\n\nThey have also agreed to furnish victims with complete files of what was done to them.\n\nIf you're a victim of electronic harassment (EH), or you know someone who is, go to. http://www.moed.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/moed-0039.pdf/\n\nAs soon as the number of lawsuits reaches 500, the case is already won.\n\nThis mass filing is being organized by Federation Resistance Global Electronic Harassment Opposition Party.which was co-founded by James Walbert…..Google James Walbert to learn more about him and to watch videos.\n\n\"Friend\" Federation Leader On Facebook … http://www.facebook.com/gregtggg\n\nTo find out more about Federation Resistance go to … http://www.federationresistance.weebly.com\n\nTheir E-mail address is .. Federation moc.liamg|ecnatsiseR#moc.liamg|ecnatsiseR\n- See more at: http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/mpthree/blog/2012/12/fbi-settles-out-court-mass-filing-lawsuit#sthash.CtvU0hb1.dpuf\n\n"
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