EMF/RF/5G: 24 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health
Complied by Patricia Burke
A while back, the World Health Organization itself came to the conclusion that it had been infiltrated by corrupt tobacco industry interests, and had to clean house and clear its ranks.
This was one of many steps that unfolded when humanity reached the tipping point and finally addressed the dam of denial that had blocked recognition of harm, leading to appropriate policy decisions, and changes in public health attitudes and behaviors.
In 2019, WHO published an overview of “Tobacco industry tactics.”
The report notes,
“….the tobacco companies’ funding, disguised as philanthropic contributions (for example, the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World) leaves scientists, local officials, enforcement officials, nongovernment organizations, think tanks and advocates in various sectors (such as academia, agriculture, customs and labour) vulnerable to manipulation. This is especially true for the (majority of) countries in the Region that have not banned so-called corporate social responsibility (CSR) and related activities by the tobacco industry.”
What makes this report so remarkable is that it offers an accurate blueprint for navigating the quagmire of misrepresentation and misinformation regarding the health and environmental damage caused by manmade microwave radiation powering wireless infrastructure.
WHO itself has been infiltrated by wireless interests.
Countering the increasing worldwide domination by the wireless industry, independent researchers are continuing to document the effects of radio frequency exposures.
One resource is Electromagnetic Radiation Safety.
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
October 4, 2021
Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D. Director, Center for Family and Community Health School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley has been circulating abstracts of newly-published scientific papers on wireless radiation and electromagnetic fields (EMF) about once a month since August 2016. Several hundred EMF scientists around the world receive these updates. The complete collection of these papers contains more than 1,300 abstracts.
To see abstracts for the most recent papers or to download the 1,068-page document (pdf) go to: https://bit.ly/saferemr100421
Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields
Effect of Radiation Emitted by Wireless Devices on Male Reproductive Hormones: A Systematic Review
Challenges on the effect of cell phone radiation on mammalian embryos and fetuses: a review of the literature
An Exploration of the Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation Emitted by Mobile Phones and Extremely Low Frequency Radiation on Thyroid Hormones and Thyroid Gland Histopathology
Mobile Phone Use and Time Trend of Brain Cancer Incidence Rate in Korea
5G New Radio Requires the Best Possible Risk Assessment Studies: Perspective and Recommended Guidelines
Mapping of static magnetic fields near the surface of mobile phones
Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: Simultaneous Exposure to Infinite Sources From Typical Base Stations
The Research and Safety Discussion of Electromagnetic Radiation in Electric Vehicles
Alteration of intrapancreatic serotonin, homocysteine, TNF-α, and NGF levels as predisposing factors for diabetes following exposure to 900-MHz waves
Oxidative Stress and NADPH Oxidase: Connecting Electromagnetic Fields, Cation Channels and Biological Effects
Residential extremely low frequency magnetic fields and skin cancer
Electromagnetic Fields Modify Redox Balance in the Rat Gastrointestinal Tract
Near Field Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure of a Western Honey Bee
Sublethal neonicotinoid exposure attenuates the effects of electromagnetic fields on honey bee flight and learning
Microtubular structure impairment after GSM-modulated RF radiation exposure
Effects of Long-Term Exposure to L-Band ( ~2.0 GHz) High-Power (0.5, 1.0, and 1.5 W/m2) Microwave on the Brain Function of Male Mice
Electromagnetic Pollution as a Possible Explanation for the Decline of House Sparrows in Interaction with Other Factors
One-time Electromagnetic Irradiation Modifies Stress-sensitive Gene Expressions in Rice Plant
Short-Term Extremely Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Field Inhibits Synaptic Plasticity of Schaffer Collateral-CA1 Synapses in Rat Hippocampus via the Ca 2+/Calcineurin Pathway
DNMT1 and miRNAs: possible epigenetics footprints in electromagnetic fields utilization in oncology
Safety of Wireless Power Transfer
Cellular effects of terahertz waves
Numerical modelling and experimental verification of thermal effects in living cells exposed to high-power pulses of THz (terahertz) radiation
Electric field detection as floral cue in hoverfly pollination
We should be asking a lot more questions about the premise that more telecommunications infrastructure is desirable or safe.
Top image source: https://applications.emro.who.int/docs/FS-TFI-199-2019-EN.pdf?ua=1