THE RADIATION STANDARD THEY HAVE SET FOR CELL TOWERS, MOBILE PHONES, MODEMS, AND ELECTRICAL CABLES AND APPLIANCES IS DANGEROUSLY HIGH

Jul 17, 2019

This is a short video (15 minutes) on the publication from the International Commission on the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (ICBE-EMF) that critiqued 14 flawed assumptions by FCC/ICNIRP on Radiofrequency Radiation limits. I discovered that Australia’s safety radiation exposure standard for Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF) and Radio Frequencies (RF) is dangerously high. And not only in Australia but in every country!

Note: Radiofrequency (RF) radiation is used for cell tower radiation and all wireless devices. Is our health harmed by the radiation of cell towers, small cells, and the gadgets we use everyday?

What you are about to read might be a bit of a challenge and a shock. Take your time to digest it and perhaps walk away and return to it with fresh eyes. There are quite a few numbers involved and terminologies that you probably have never heard of before, but in the end, what I have discovered will become very clear.

But before we share with you the shocking truth about the limits of Australia’s‘ ‘‘standard’ of safety radiation exposure for non-ionization, I need to give you some context first. 

 

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I, therefore, want to ask you a question…

Are you aware that electromagnetic field (EMF) and Radio Frequency (RF) radiation exposure is happening more frequently and more dangerously than ever before.

EMF radiation happens from power cables, electrical wiring, tram lines, electrical cars, machinery, electrical appliances like induction stoves, hair dryers, electrical blankets, matts, your computer, key board, latop, I pad or you site table lamp and much more.

RF radiation happens from wireless communication solutions, i.e. cell towers, routers, modems, microwaves, mobile phones, iPads, laptops, desktops, wireless headsets, wireless printers, wireless house phones, BlueTooth cars kits, baby phones, new fridges, etc. all can cause harm to you?

I assume you have noticed that we live in a rapidly transforming society, which is moving towards an all-out electronic and wireless way of life. This development results in SMART cities where ‘the Internet of things connects all kinds of products and services through an ever-increasing blanket of invisible EMF and RF radiation.

How is this achieved, you might ask? Through the installation of thousands of cell towers and small cells on the ground in the sky (satellites & drones at high altitudes). Everything that uses wireless technology can and will be connected to wireless everywhere.

You might have noticed that cell towers and small cells (3G, 4G, and now 5G) have been installed on top of apartment buildings, businesses, shops, churches, hospitals, elderly homes, RSL venues, etc. and even nearby child care centres.

Tall erected steel poles are hanging full with cells (3G, 4G, and now 5G), sending you 24/7 x 365 days a year RF radiation. You can find them in the middle of small towns, suburbs, markets, near houses, and children’s schools along roads, freeways, and highways. Even when walking in a public park or on the beach, a cell tower will most likely reach you to connect your mobile phone or any other electronic gadget.

Further, it has become common that nearly all public places have WIFI which, including hospitals, elderly care homes, libraries, train stations, trams, trains, buses, schools, stadiums, city squares, theatres, etc.

You might have heard of the 5G rollout, which stands for 5th Generation Cell Technology (5G). In 2018 the rollout of 5G started in the Gold Coast and continued to be rolled out. 5G seems to be predominately for businesses. It allows companies to gather and transfer vast amounts of data with little lag time. In addition, it provides for the development of Smart Cities and ‘the Internet of things, like driverless cars and the full-scale implementation of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI).

AI is the holy grail of the powers to be that the world population feeds information through every move we make online, becoming smarter with the minute.

5G technology is a controversial and untested RF radiation pulsating technology. It means that Australians and every other citizen in the world will be the guinea pigs and will be exposed to unprecedented amounts of pulsed radiofrequency radiation 24/7 x, 365 days a year.

You might think, who cares, right? But, on the contrary, it is super handy to access this technology. It is convenient, valuable, and safe because the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) has set a ‘safety Standard’ for radiation exposure, so we are all good!

But what if the safety standard of EMF and RF radiation exposure is NOT SAFE? WHAT IF IT IS SET DANGEROUSLY HIGH? What if the Australian Government is lying to its people? Like they did with tobacco, asbestos and lead in paint & petrol, as well as participating in an illegal war in Iraq that killed hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.

WHAT WE DISCOVERED REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ACTION!

If I tell you that the ARPANSA safety radiation exposure standard to safeguard us, the Australian people, from RF radiation is sixty-six million (66,000,000) times higher than one of the most respected independent international safety guidelines.

This discovery made my blood boil and my hair stand up!

Here at Living with Sense, I have researched for over a year to determine if the EMF and RF radiation safety standard of Australia set by ARPANSA is safe and has no detrimental bioeffects on the Australian people, animals, insects (including bees) and all plant life.

After rigorous research and having studied hundreds of scientific papers and spoken to doctors, scientists, building biologists, electrical engineers, barristers, lawyers, and researchers, I can only conclude that the ARPANSA safety standard for EMF and RF radiation exposure in Australia is set DANGEROUSLY HIGH.

I have heard too many anecdotal stories of people who started to develop health symptoms and chronic health conditions due to EMF and RF daily radiation exposure. From cell towers, routers/modems and their interaction with their gadgets. Not realising they were suffering from harmful EMF and RF radiation exposure poisoning.

I can relate to these Australians as I also began to experience a range of health symptoms. This started a quest to WHY, HOW, and WHAT is truly going on and what I can do to CHANGE THE STANDARD!

THE FACTS

I decided to compare ‘the Australian Government standard’ set by the Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) with two independent reputable international EMF & RF safety radiation exposure guidelines.

1. Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) standard

2. Building Biologist guidelines

3. BioIniative Report Guidelines

Note: for the remaining part of this blog post, I will use the term ‘Standard’ instead of Guidelines, as ARPANSA calls it ‘standard’.

I have tried my very best to keep it simple, but even so, it might be, at times, a bit overwhelming. So again, walk away from it and get back to it, as everybody must grasp how big this WHITE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM is!

To make sense of the figures presented, I first need to introduce the different types of ‘measurement units’ and ‘values’ used for each ‘Standard’.

Radio Frequency (RF) radiation is measured in specific ‘units’ just like distance is measured in units of a centimetre, inches, kilometre, or miles.

1. ARPANSA’s ‘measurement unit’ for RF radiation is: milliwatts per meter square (mW/m²)

2. International Building Biologist ‘measurement unit’ for RF radiation is: microwatts per meter square (µW/m²)

3. The BioIniative Report ‘measurement unit’ for RF radiation is: microwatts per centimetre square (μW/cm2)

You probably noticed that all three have different RF radiation measurement units. To compare apples with apples, I converted each of the international ‘measurement units’ (µW/m² and (μW/cm2) to that of ARPANSA ‘measurement unit’ mW/m² (see table 1. conversions). But I have made the modifications for you. So please scroll down, and you can skip table 1.

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Table 1.

Now that all three safety radiation exposure ‘standards’ can be read in the same ‘measurement unit’ (mW/m²), we can compare the ‘values’, AKA limits, of each’ ‘standard’.

Please look at the EXTRAORDINARY DIFFERENCE in each standard’s recommended’ values’ for safety radiation exposure.

1. ARPANSA:

>66 up to <6600 mW/m² = CONSIDERED SAFE – NO CONCERN

2. Building Biologist:

<0.0001 mW/m² = NO CONCERN

1 mW/m² = EXTREME CONCERN

3. BioIniative:

< 0.0003 to 0.0006 mW/m² = REASONABLE PRECAUTIONARY ACTION level for chronic exposure to pulsed RFR

To put this in perspective:

1% (66 mW/m²) of the ARPANSA standard = 660,000 times higher than the Building Biologist safety radiation exposure guidelines

100% (6600 mW/m²) of the ARPANSA standard = 66,000,000 times higher than the Building Biologist safety radiation exposure guidelines

1% (66 mW/m²) of the ARPANSA standard = 220,000 times higher than the BioInitiative safety radiation exposure guidelines

100% (6600 mW/m²) of the ARPANSA standard = 22,000,000 times higher than the BioInitiative safety radiation exposure guidelines

On the website of ARPANSA, it reads…

“ARPANSA is responsible for protecting the health and safety of people, and the environment, from the harmful effects of radiation”.

“The limits for Electromagnetic Energy (EME) exposure given in the ARPANSA Standard are intended to protect people of all ages and medical conditions when exposed 24 hours per day, seven days per week.”

Please look at the following information below to verify the above-presented figures:

DATA OF ALL THREE STANDARDS

The safety ‘standard’ of each ‘standard’ can be verified and looked at when scrolling further down:

1. ARPANSA – table 2 (purple column third line down to the right)

2. Building Biologist – table 3 (2nd and 5th column, third line down)

3. BioIniative – excerpt 1 (sentences five till ten)

Table 1. the conversion table of measurement units and values for Radio Frequencies (RF) :

Table 2. ARPANSA The environmental Electromagnetic Energy (EME) report is produced according to a methodology developed by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). It provides objective estimates of the maximum levels of EME from a wireless base station or small cell for both existing and proposed upgrades to telecommunications systems at the site. You will find the measurement units, values and percentage of the public exposure limit here. The table below is from the ARPANSA website.

Table 2. This ARPANSA EME - report provides a summary of levels of radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy (EME) around the wireless base station (cell towers either on roofs or standing by it self).

 

Table 2.

Table 3. the measurement units and values of International Building Biology

Today the Standard of Building Biology Testing Methods is used as a guide for professional and independent testing of homes worldwide, including in Europe, the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Building biology consultants, associations, institutes, laboratories and manufacturers of testing equipment base their recommendations on it. Affected people, medical doctors, clinical ecologists, consumer associations and citizen groups are grateful for its guidance. Politicians, authorities, industry and courts note it as an addition and a provocative alternative to established science. The Standard and Evaluation Guidelines are the basis for many continuing education courses, expert seminars, publications, and books.

Table 3.

 

Table 3.

Excerpt 1. BioInitiative (2012) A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF) updated (2014 & 2017) Defining a new ‘effect level’ for Radio Frequency Radiation(RFR – BIOINITIATIVE 2012 – CONCLUSIONS Table 1-1

Excerpt 1.

 

Excerpt 1.

ARPANSA INFO:

ARPANSA requests telcos to produce environmental EME reports (table 2. ) made according to a methodology developed by ARPANSA. It provides objective estimates of the maximum levels of EME from a wireless base station or small cell for both existing and proposed upgrades to telecommunications systems at the site. The values of ARPANSA EME are presented in three different weights:

  • volts per metre (V/m) – the electric field component of the RF wave

  • milliwatts per square metre (mW/m²) – the power density (or rate of flow of RF energy per unit area)

  • percentage (%) of the ARPANSA Standard public exposure limit (the public exposure limit = 100%)

Table 1. (scroll up) purple section, the third line down, reads that 1% = 5 V/m = 66 mW/m², which is 1% out of 100% of the total radiation exposure standard. You would think that 1% would be as safe as a house. 1% out of 100% is as low as it gets true?

I further discovered that the ARPANSA EME measurement report only measures at the height of 1.5 meters, meaning if you live in a townhouse or apartment complex and your livingroom/bedroom is at the second, third or higher floor level, your direct radiation exposure can be 2 to 3 times higher according to EMF & RF experts. 

I KNOW WHAT YOU ARE THINKING. SO HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE, RIGHT?

This requires rigorous investigation; I think the ARPANSA radiation exposure standards are dangerously high, especially for pregnant women, babies, children, the elderly, sick, electric sensitive, and electric hypersensitive people, as well as for all insects, animals, and plant life in Australia. But even if you are healthy and in the prime of your life, these radiation exposures are MANY thousands of percentages higher than recommended here.

BUILDING BIOLOGY INFO:

The International Building Biology Evaluation Guidelines are based on the precautionary principle. Therefore, they are specifically designed for sleeping areas associated with long-term risks and a most sensitive window of opportunity for regeneration. 

They are based on the experience and knowledge of the building biology community and focus on achievability. In addition, scientific studies and other recommendations are also consulted. With its professional approach, building biology testing methods helps identify, minimise, and avoid environmental risk factors within an individual’s framework of possibility. 

It is the Standard’s goal to identify, locate and assess potential sources of risk by holistically considering all subcategories and implementing the best possible diagnostic tools available with analytic expertise to create indoor living environments that are as exposure-free and natural as practicable. 

The following terminology and definitions are important so let’s read them carefully.

No Anomaly This category provides the highest degree of precaution. It reflects the unexposed natural conditions or the Standard and nearly inevitable background level of our modern living environment. 

Slight Anomaly As a precaution, especially concerning sensitive and ill people, remediation should be done whenever possible. 

Severe Anomaly Values in this category are unacceptable from a building biology point of view; they call for action. Remediation should be carried out soon. In addition to numerous case histories, scientific studies indicate biological effects and health problems within this reference range. 

Extreme Anomaly These values call for immediate and rigorous action. International guidelines and recommendations for public and occupational exposures may be reached or even exceeded in this category. If several sources of risk are identified within a single subcategory or for different subcategories, one should be more critical in the final assessment. Guiding Principle: 

Any risk reduction is worth aiming at. Guideline values are meant as a guide. Nature is the ultimate Standard. 

The International Building Biologist say the following:

1. No concerns are < 0.1 µW/m²

2. Slight concern 0.1 -10 µW/m²

3. Severe concern 10-1000 µW/m²

4. Extreme concern <1000 µW/m²

BIOINITIATIVE INFO

BioInitiative Report (2012) A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF) update (2014 & 2017)

Who we are:

Twenty-nine authors from ten countries prepared the BioInitiative 2012 Report (updated in 2014 & 2017), ten holding medical degrees (MDs), 21 PhDs, and three MsC, MA or MPHs. Among the authors are three former presidents of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and five full members of BEMS

Conclusion:

Bioeffects are established to occur with deficient exposure levels (non-thermal levels) to electromagnetic fields and radiofrequency radiation exposures

http://www.bioinitiative.org

Comment: 

It was endorsed by the European Parliament and adopted in several cities in France. Additionally, please look at the ICEMS Monograph – “Non-Thermal Effects and Mechanisms of Interaction Between Electromagnetic Fields and Living Matter”: http://www.icems.eu/papers.htm?f=/c/a/2009/12/15/MNHJ1B49KH.DTL.

MY CALL TO ARPANSA

I realised something was wrong, and I decided to call ARPANSA and talk to a senior scientist. What came out of that hour-long conversation was mind-boggling, but it confirmed what I discovered.

The tone of the conversation was loud and clear. How technology is being rolled out comes with what ARPANSA calls ACCEPTABLE RISK! I asked who decides what an acceptable risk is. He answered ‘the public’, they decide!

I reminded the ARPANSA senior scientist that the public is unaware that the 24/7 x 365 days RF radiation exposure can affect their physical and mental health. Furthermore, none of the scientific peer-reviewed research I found has been discussed nor uploaded on the ARPANSA website so that the public can make informed decisions. The response was immensely revealing, ‘We have to move forward. We can’t go back to the stone age’.

It became evident that I needed to comprehend better the ARPANSA scientific culture and mindset. I believe the following quote from the historian of science, George Sarton, sums it up quite well.

“Truth can be determined only by the judgment of experts…. Everything is decided by very small groups of men, in fact, by single experts whose results are carefully checked, however, by a few others. The people have nothing to say but simply to accept the decisions handed out to them. Scientific activities are controlled by universities, academies, and scientific societies, but such control is as far removed from popular control as it possibly could be?”

The senior ARPANSA scientist’s mindset reflected perfectly the dangerously high ARPANSA safety radiation exposure ‘standard’ and the total lack of transparency. Is the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) protecting the interests of the Australian people or the interests of The Corporate Elite and their Own?

FIVE ACTIONS TO TAKE NOW

  • Measuring is knowing. Start measuring your exposure to EMF / RF at home (bedroom, living room, etc.) and at work.

  • Distance is your friend; the further you are away from cell towers, routers, powerlines, etc., the better.

  • Gadgets. We all have them; switching them onto flight mode and turning them off at night is highly recommended.

  • Hardwire your computer, laptop, mouse and keyboard at your house or office, significantly reducing radiation exposure.

  • Shielding can help, but it is strongly advised to measure the internal radiation exposure before you shield, as shielding can do more harm than good.

Measuring is knowing it is no longer a luxury to start measuring your direct EMF & RF exposure levels. To create a robust immune system, AKA optimal health, it would be wise for people to lower their exposure to EMF & RF from cell towers, roof towers and all wireless devices.

SCIENTIST’S SERIOUS CONCERNS

During recent years, over 240 scientists from more than 40 countries have expressed their “serious concerns”, via EMF Scientists Appeal regarding the ubiquitous and increasing exposure to EMF generated by electric and wireless devices – already before the other 5G roll-out. The over 240 scientists refer to the fact that “numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF AND RF radiation affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines”. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Furthermore, the damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects on plants and animals.

The Appeal primarily urges the EU to:

To take all reasonable measures to halt the 5G RF-EMF expansion until independent scientists can assure that 5G and the total radiation levels caused by RF-EMF (5G together with 2G, 3G, 4G, and WIFI) will not be harmful to EU-citizens, especially infants, children and pregnant women, as well as the environment.

Armenia:

Prof. Sinerik Ayrapetyan, PhD, UNESCO Chair – Life Sciences International Postgraduate Educational Center, Armenia

Australia:
Dr Priyanka Bandara, Ph.D., Independent Env.Health Educator/Researcher, Advisor, Environmental Health Trust; Doctors for Safer Schools, Australia
Dr Peter French BSc, MSc, MBA, PhD, FRSM, Conjoint Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales, Australia
Dr Bruce Hocking, MD, MBBS, FAFOEM (RACP), FRACGP, FARPS, a specialist in occupational medicine; Victoria, Australia
Dr Gautam (Vini) Khurana, PhD, F.R.A.C.S., Director, C.N.S. Neurosurgery, Australia
Dr. Don Maisch, Ph.D., Australia
Dr Mary Redmayne, PhD, Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Australia
Dr Charles Teo, BM, BS, MBBS, Member of the Order of Australia, Director, Centre for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery at Prince of Wales Hospital, NSW, Australia

Austria:
Dr Michael Kundi, MD, University of Vienna, Austria
Dr Gerd Oberfeld, MD, Public Health Department, Salzburg Government, Austria
Dr. Bernhard Pollner, MD, Pollner Research, Austria
Prof. Dr Hugo W. Rüdiger, MD, Austria

Bahrain:
Dr Amer Kamal, MD, Physiology Department, College of Medicine, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain

Belgium:
Prof. Marie-Claire Cammaerts, PhD, Free University of Brussels, Faculty of Science, Brussels, Belgium
Joris Everaert, M.Sc., Biologist, Species Diversity team, Research Institute for Nature and Forest, Belgium
Dr. Andre Vander Vorst, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

Brazil:
Vânia Araújo Condessa, MSc., Electrical Engineer, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Prof. Dr. João Eduardo de Araujo, MD, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dr. Francisco de Assis Ferreira Tejo, D. Sc., Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Campina Grande, State of Paraíba, Brazil
Prof. Alvaro deSalles, Ph.D., Federal University of Rio Grande Del Sul, Brazil
Prof. Adilza Dode, Ph.D., MSc. Engineering Sciences, Minas Methodist University, Brazil
Dr. Daiana Condessa Dode, MD, Federal University of Medicine, Brazil
Michael Condessa Dode, Systems Analyst, MRE Engenharia Ltda, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Prof. Orlando Furtado Vieira Filho, PhD, Cellular&Molecular Biology, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Canada:
Dr. Magda Havas, Ph.D., Environmental and Resource Studies, Centre for Health Studies, Trent University, Canada
Dr Paul Héroux, PhD, Director, Occupational Health Program, McGill University; InvitroPlus Labs, Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill University, Canada
Dr Tom Hutchinson, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University, Canada
Prof. Ying Li, PhD, InVitroPlus Labs, Dept. of Surgery, Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill University, Canada
James McKay M.Sc, Ecologist, City of London; Planning Services, Environmental and Parks Planning, London, Canada
Prof. Anthony B. Miller, MD, FRCP, University of Toronto, Canada
Prof. Klaus-Peter Ossenkopp, PhD, Department of Psychology (Neuroscience), University of Western Ontario, Canada
Dr Malcolm Paterson, PhD. Molecular Oncologist (ret.), British Columbia, Canada
Prof. Michael A. Persinger, PhD, Behavioural Neuroscience and Biomolecular Sciences, Laurentian University, Canada
Margaret Sears MEng, PhD, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Prevent Cancer Now, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Sheena Symington, B.Sc., M.A., Director, Electrosensitive Society, Peterborough, Canada

China:
Prof. Huai Chiang, Bioelectromagnetics Key Laboratory, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, China
Prof. Yuqing Duan, PhD, Food & Bioengineering, Jiangsu University, China
Dr Kaijun Liu, PhD, Third Military Medical University, Chongqing, China
Prof. Xiaodong Liu, Director, Key Lab of Radiation Biology, Ministry of Health of China; Associate Dean, School of Public Health, Jilin University, China
Prof. Wenjun Sun, PhD, Bioelectromagnetics Key Lab, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, China
Prof. Minglian Wang, PhD, College of Life Science & Bioengineering, Beijing University of Technology, China
Prof. Qun Wang, PhD, College of Materials Science & Engineering,  Beijing University of Technology, China
Prof. Haihiu Zhang, PhD, School of Food & BioEngineering, Jiangsu University, China
Prof. Jianbao Zhang, Associate Dean, Life Science and Technology School, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Prof. Hui-yan Zhao, Director of STSCRW, College of Plant Protection, Northwest A & F University, Yangling Shaanxi, China
Prof. J. Zhao, Department of Chest Surgery, Cancer Center of Guangzhou Medical University, Guangzhou, China

Croatia:
Ivancic Trosic, PhD, Institute for Medical Research and Occupational Health, Croatia

Egypt:
Prof. Dr Abu Bakr Abdel Fatth El-Bediwi, PhD, Physics Dept., Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Egypt
Prof. Dr Emad Fawzy Eskander, PhD, Medical Division, Hormones Department, National Research Center, Egypt
Prof. Dr Heba Salah El Din Aboul Ezz, PhD, Physiology, Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Egypt
Prof. Dr Nasr Radwan, PhD, Neurophysiology, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Egypt

Estonia:
Dr. Hiie Hinrikus, Ph.D., D.Sc, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Mr Tarmo Koppel, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Finland:
Dr. Mikko Ahonen, Ph.D, University of Tampere, Finland
Dr. Marjukka Hagström, LL.M., M.Soc.Sc, Principal Researcher, Radio and EMC Laboratory, Finland
Prof. Dr Osmo Hänninen, PhD, Dept. of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Editor-In-Chief, Pathophysiology, Finland
Dr Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry, University of Helsinki, Finland; Member of the IARC Working Group that classified cell phone radiation as a possible carcinogen.
Dr Georgiy Ostroumov, PhD (in the field of RF EMF), independent researcher, Finland

France:
Prof. Dr Dominique Belpomme, MD, MPH, Professor in Oncology, Paris V Descartes University, ECERI Executive Director
Dr. Pierre Le Ruz, Ph.D., Criirem, Le Mans, France Georgia
Dr Annie J Sasco, MD, MPH, MS, DrPH, Former Research Director at the French NIH (INSERM), Former Chief of the Unit of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention at the International Agency for Research on Cancer, Former Acting Head of the Programme for Cancer Control, World Health Organization, Bordeaux, France.

Georgia:
Prof. Besarion Partsvania, PhD, Head of Bio-cybernetics Department of Georgian Technical University, Georgia

Germany:
Prof. Dr Franz Adlkofer, MD, Chairman, Pandora Foundation, Germany
Prof. Dr. Hynek  Burda, Ph.D., University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Dr Horst Eger, MD, Electromagnetic Fields in Medicine, Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, Bavaria, Germany
Prof. Dr Karl Hecht, MD, former Director, Institute of Pathophysiology, Charité, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany                                           
Dr.Sc. Florian M. König, Ph.D., Florian König Enterprises (FKE) GmbH, Munich, Germany
Dr. rer. nat. Lebrecht von Klitzing, Ph.D., Dr. rer. nat. Lebrecht von Klitzing, Ph.D., Head, Institute of Environ.Physics; Ex-Head, Dept. Clinical Research, Medical University, Lubeck, Germany
Dr Cornelia Waldmann-Selsam, MD, Member, Competence Initiative for the Protection of Humanity, Environment and Democracy e.V, Bamberg, Germany
Dr. Ulrich Warnke, Ph.D., Bionik-Institut, University of Saarlandes, Germany       

Greece:
Dr Adamantia F. Fragopoulou,  M.Sc., PhD, Department of Cell Biology & Biophysics, Biology Faculty, University of Athens, Greece
Dr Christos Georgiou, PhD,  Biology Department, University of Patras, Greece
Prof. Emeritus Lukas H. Margaritis, PhD, Depts. Cell Biology, Radiobiology & Biophysics, Biology Faculty, Univ. of Athens, Greece
Dr Aikaterini Skouroliakou, M.Sc., PhD, Department of Energy Technology Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece
Dr Stelios A Zinelis, MD, Hellenic Cancer Society-Kefalonia, Greece

Iceland:
Dr Ceon Ramon, PhD, Affiliate Professor, University of Washington, USA; Professor, Reykjavik University, Iceland

India:
Prof. Dr B. D. Banerjee, PhD, Fmr. Head, Environmental Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Biochemistry, University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi, India
Prof. Jitendra Behari, PhD, Ex-Dean, Jawaharlal Nehru University; presently, Emeritus Professor, Amity University, India
Prof. Dr Madhukar Shivajirao Dama, Institute of Wildlife Veterinary Research, India
Associate Prof. Dr Amarjot Dhami, PhD., Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India
Dr Kavindra K. Kesari, MBA, PhD, Resident Environmental Scientist, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Assistant Professor, Jaipur National University, India
Er. Piyush A. Kokate, MTECH, Scientist C, Analytical Instrumentation Division (AID), CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), India
Prof. Girish Kumar, PhD, Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India
Dr Pabrita Mandal, PhD., Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
Prof. Rashmi Mathur, PhD, Head, Department of Physiology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
Prof. Dr Kameshwar Prasad MD, Head, Dept of Neurology, Director, Clinical Epidemiology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India
Dr. Sivani Saravanamuttu, PhD., Dept. Advanced Zoology and Biotechnology, Loyola College, Chennai, India
Dr N.N. Shareesh, PhD., Melaka Manipal Medical College, India
Dr R.S. Sharma, MD, Sr. Deputy Director General, Scientist – G & Chief Coordinator – EMF Project, Indian Council of Medical Research, Dept. of Health Research, Ministry/Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi, India
Prof. Dr Dorairaj Sudarsanam, M.Sc., M.Ed., PhD, Fellow – National Academy of Biological Sciences, Prof. of Zoology, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Dept. Advanced   Zoology & Biotechnology, Loyola College, Chennai, South India

Iran: (Islamic Republic of)
Prof. Dr Soheila Abdi, PhD, Physics, Islamic Azad University of Safadasht, Tehran, Iran
Prof. G.A. Jelodar, D.V.M., PhD, Physiology, School of Veterinary Medicine, Shiraz University, Iran
Prof. Hamid Mobasheri, PhD, Head BRC; Head, Membrane Biophysics & Macromolecules Lab; Instit. Biochemistry&Biophysics, University, Tehran, Iran
Prof.  Seyed Mohammad Mahdavi, PhD., Dept of Biology, Science and Research, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Prof. S.M.J. Mortazavi, PhD, Head, Medical Physics & Engineering; Chair, NIER Protection Research Center, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Prof. Amirnader Emami Razavi, PhD, Clinical Biochem., National Tumor Bank, Cancer Institute, Tehran Univ. Medical Sciences, Iran
Dr Masood Sepehrimanesh, PhD, Gastroenterohepatology Research Center, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Prof. Dr Mohammad Shabani, PhD, Neurophysiology, Kerman Neuroscience Research Center, Iran

Israel:
Michael Peleg, M.Sc., radio communications engineer and researcher, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Prof. Elihu D. Richter, MD, MPH, Occupational&Environmental Medicine, Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Public Health&Community Medicine, Israel
Dr Yael Stein, MD, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Hadassah Medical Center, Israel
Dr Danny Wolf, MD, Pediatrician and General Practitioner, Sherutey Briut Clalit, Shron Shomron district, Israel
Dr Ronni Wolf, MD, Assoc. Clinical Professor, Head of Dermatology Unit, Kaplan Medical Center, Rehovot, Israel

Italy:
Prof. Sergio Adamo, Ph.D., La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
Prof. Fernanda Amicarelli, Ph.D., Applied Biology, Dept. of Health, Life and Environmental Sciences, University of L’Aquila, Italy
Dr. Pasquale Avino, Ph.D., INAIL Research Section, Rome, Italy
Dr. Fiorella Belpoggi, Ph.D., FIATP, Director, Cesare Maltoni Cancer Research Center, Ramazzini Institute, Italy
Prof. Giovanni Di Bonaventura, PhD, School of Medicine, “G. d’Annunzio” University of Chieti-Pescara, Italia
Prof. Emanuele Calabro, Department of Physics and Earth Sciences, University of Messina, Italy
Prof. Franco Cervellati, Ph.D., Department of Life Science and Biotechnology, Section of General Physiology, University of Ferrara, Italy
Vale Crocetta, Ph.D. Candidate, Biomolecular and Pharmaceutical Sciences, “G. d’Annunzio” University of Chieti, ItalyProf. Stefano Falone, Ph.D., Researcher in Applied Biology, Dept. of Health, Life&Environmental Sciences, University of L’Aquila, Italy
Dr. Agostino Di Ciaula, MD, President Scientific Committee, International Society of Doctors for Environment (ISDE), Italy
Prof. Dr. Speridione Garbisa, ret. Senior Scholar, Dept. Biomedical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
Dr. Settimio Grimaldi, Ph.D., Associate Scientist, National Research Council, Italy
Prof. Livio Giuliani, Ph.D., Director of Research, Italian Health National Service, Rome-Florence-Bozen; Spokesman, ICEMS-International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety, Italy
Prof. Dr. Angelo Levis, MD, Dept. Medical Sciences, Padua University, Italy
Prof. Salvatore Magazù, Ph.D., Department of Physics and Science, Messina University, Italy
Dr. Fiorenzo Marinelli, Ph.D., Researcher, Molecular Genetics Institute of the National Research Council, Italy
Dr. Arianna Pompilio, PhD, Dept. Medical, Oral & Biotechnological Sciences. G. d’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy
Prof. Dr. Raoul Saggini, MD, School of Medicine, University G. D’Annunzio, Chieti, Italy
Dr. Morando Soffritti, MD, Honorary President, National Institute for the Study and Control of Cancer and Environmental Diseases, B.Ramazzini, Bologna. ItalyProf. Massimo Sperini, Ph.D., Center for Inter-University Research on Sustainable Development, Rome, Italy

Japan:
Dr. Yasuhiko Ishihara, PhD., Biomedical Sciences Program, Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima
University, Japan
Prof. Tsuyoshi Hondou,
 PhD, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Japan
Prof. Hidetake Miyata, PhD, Department of Physics, Tohoku University, Japan         

Jordan:
Prof. Mohammed S.H. Al Salameh, Jordan University of Science & Technology, Jordan

Kazakhstan:
Prof. Dr Timur Saliev, MD, PhD, Life Sciences, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan; Institute Medical Science/Technology, University of Dundee, UK

The Netherlands:
Dirk K.F. Meijer, em. Professor of Pharmacology, PhD, University of Groningen,Groningen, The Netherlands.

New Zealand:
Dr Bruce Rapley, BSc, MPhil, PhD, Principal Consulting Scientist, Atkinson & Rapley Consulting Ltd., New Zealand

Nigeria:
Dr Obajuluwa Adejoke, PhD, Cell Biology and Genetics Unit, Dept of Zoology, University of Ilorin; Lecturer, Biological Sciences Department, Afe Babalola University, Nigeria
Dr Idowu Ayisat Obe,
 Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
Prof. Olatunde Michael Oni, PhD, Radiation & Health Physics, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria

Oman:
Prof. Najam Siddiqi, MBBS, PhD, Human Structure, Oman Medical College, Oman

Portugal
Prof. Hugo Silva, PhD, Physics Department, University of Évora, Portugal

Poland:
Dr. Pawel Bodera, Pharm. D., Department of Microwave Safety, Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Poland
Prof. dr hab. Wlodzimierz Klonowski, Ph.ed, Dr.Sc., Biomedical Physics, Nalecz Institute of Biocybernetics & Biomedical Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Dr Stanislaw Szmigielski, MD, PhD, Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Poland

Romania:
Alina Cobzaru, Engineer, National Institutes Research & Development and Institute of Construction & Sustainability, Romania

Russian Federation:
Prof. Vladimir N. Binhi, PhD, A.M.Prokhorov General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences; M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University
Dr Oleg Grigoyev, DSc., PhD, Deputy Chairman, Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Russian Federation
Prof. Yury Grigoryev, MD, Chairman, Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Russian Federation
Dr Anton Merkulov, PhD, Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Moscow, Russian Federation
Dr Maxim Trushin, PhD., Kazan Federal University, Russia

Serbia:
Dr Snezana Raus Balind, PhD, Research Associate, Institute for Biological Research “Sinisa Stankovic”, Belgrade, Serbia
Prof. Danica Dimitrijevic, PhD, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Dr Sladjana Spasic, PhD, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Slovak Republic:
Dr Igor Belyaev, PhD, Dr.Sc., Cancer Research Institute, Slovak Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovak Republic

South Korea (Republic of Korea):
Prof. Kwon-Seok Chae, PhD, Molecular-ElectroMagnetic Biology Lab, Kyungpook National University, South Korea
Prof. Dr Yoon-Myoung Gimm, PhD, School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Dankook University, South Korea
Prof. Dr. Myung Chan Gye, Ph.D., Hanyang University, South Korea  
Prof. Dr Mina Ha, MD, Dankook University, South Korea
Prof. Seung-Cheol Hong, MD, Inje University, South Korea
Prof. Dong Hyun Kim, PhD, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Incheon St. Mary’s Hospital, Catholic University of  Korea, South Korea
Prof. Hak-Rim Kim, Dept. of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, Dankook University, South Korea
Prof. Myeung Ju Kim, MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Dankook University College of Medicine, South Korea
Prof. Jae Seon Lee, MD,  Department of Molecular Medicine, NHA University College of Medicine, Incheon 22212, South Korea
Prof. Yun-Sil Lee, PhD, Ewha Woman’s University, South Korea
Prof. Dr Yoon-Won Kim, MD, PhD, Hallym University School of Medicine, South Korea
Prof. Jung Keog Park, PhD, Life Science & Biotech; Dir., Research Institute.of Biotechnology, Dongguk University, South Korea
Prof. Sungman Park, PhD, Institute of Medical Sciences, School of Medicine, Hallym University, South Korea
Prof. Kiwon Song, PhD, Dept. of Chemistry, Yonsei University, South Korea

Spain:
Prof. Dr Miguel Alcaraz, MD, PhD, Radiology and Physical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Murcia, Spain
Dr. Alfonso Balmori, Ph.D., Biologist, Consejería de Medio Ambiente, Junta de Castilla y León, Spain
Prof. J.L. Bardasano, D.Sc, University of Alcalá, Department of Medical Specialties, Madrid, Spain
Dr. Claudio Gómez-Perretta, MD, Ph.D., La Fe University Hospital, Valencia, Spain
Prof. Dr Miguel López-Lázaro, PhD.,  Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of Seville, Spain
Prof. Dr. Elena Lopez Martin, Ph.D., Human Anatomy, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Dr Emilio Mayayo, MD, Professor of Pathology, School of Medicine, University Rovira I Virgili (URV), Tarragona, Spain
Prof. Enrique A. Navarro, PhD, Department of Applied Physics and Electromagnetics, University of Valencia, Spain

Sudan:
Mosab Nouraldein Mohammed Hamad, MA, Head, Dept. of Medical Parasitology, Health Sciences, Elsheikh Abdallah Elbadri University, Sudan

Sweden:
Dr Michael Carlberg, MSc, Örebro University Hospital, Sweden
Dr Lennart Hardell, MD, Ph.D., University Hospital, Örebro, Sweden
Dr Lena Hedendahl, MD, Independent Environment and Health Research Luleå, Sweden
Prof. Olle Johansson, PhD, Experimental Dermatology Unit, Dept. of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Dr. Bertil R. Persson, Ph.D., MD, Lund University, Sweden
Senior Prof. Dr Leif Salford, MD. Department of Neurosurgery, Director, Rausing Laboratory, Lund University, Sweden
Dr. Fredrik Söderqvist, Ph.D., Ctr. for Clinical Research, Uppsala University, Västerås, Sweden

Switzerland:
Dr. phil. nat. Daniel Favre, A.R.A. (Association Romande Alerte, Switzerland

Taiwan (Republic of China)
Prof. Dr Tsun-Jen Cheng, MD, Sc.D., National Taiwan University, Republic of China

Turkey:
Prof. Dr. Mehmet Zülküf Akdağ, Ph.D., Department of Biophysics, Medical School of Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey
Associate Prof.Dr. Halil Abraham Atasoy, MD, Pediatrics, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Faculty of Medicine, Turkey
Prof. Ayse G. Canseven (Kursun), PhD, Gazi University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysics, Turkey
Prof. Dr. Mustafa Salih Celik, Ph.D., Fmr. Head, Turkish Biophysical Society; Head, Biophysics Dept; Medical Faculty, Dicle Univ., Turkey
Prof. Dr Osman Cerezci, Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department, Sakarya University, Turkey
Prof. Dr Suleyman Dasdag, PhD, Dept. of Biophysics, Medical School of Dicle University, Turkey
Prof. Omar Elmas, MD, PhD, Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Physiology, Turkey
Prof. Dr Ali H. Eriş, MD, faculty, Radiation Oncology Department,  BAV University Medical School, Turkey
Prof. Dr. Arzu Firlarer, M.Sc. PhD, Occupational Health & Safety Department, Baskent University, Turkey
Prof. Associate Prof. Ayse Inhan Garip, PdH., Marmara Univ. School of Medicine, Biophysics Department, Turkey
Prof. Suleyman Kaplan, PhD, Head, Department of Histology and Embryology, Medical School, Ondokuz Mayıs University, Samsun, Turkey.
Prof. Dr. Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Ph.D., Biophysics Dept, Medical Faculty, Süleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey
Prof. Dr. Ersan Odacı, MD, Ph.D., Karadeniz Technical University, Medical Faculty, Trabzon, Turkey
Prof. Dr Elcin Ozgur, PhD, Biophysics Department, Faculty of Medicine, Gazi University, Turkey
Prof. Dr Selim Seker, Electrical Engineering Department, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
Prof. Dr Cemil Sert, PhD, Department of Biophysics of Medicine Faculty, Harran University, Turkey
Prof. Dr Nesrin Seyhan, B.Sc., PhD, Medical Faculty of Gazi University; Chair, Biophysics Dept; Director GNRK Ctr.; Panel Mbr, NATO STO HFM; Scientific Secretariat Member, ICEMS; Advisory Committee Member, WHO EMF, Turkey
Prof. Dr Bahriye Sirav (Aral), PhD., Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Dept of Biophysics, Turkey

Ukraine:
Dr Oleg Banyra, MD, 2nd Municipal Polyclinic, St. Paraskeva Medical Centre, Ukraine
Prof. Victor Martynyuk, PhD., ECS “Institute of Biology”, Head of Biophysics Dept, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Ukraine                              
Prof. Igor Yakymenko, Ph.D., D.Sc., Instit. Experimental Pathology, Oncology & Radiobiology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

United Kingdom:
Michael Bevington, M.A., M.Ed., Chair of Trustees, ElectroSensitivity UK (ES-UK), UK
Mr Roger Coghill, MA, C Biol, MI Biol, MA Environ Mgt; Member Instit.of Biology; Member, UK SAGE Committee on EMF Precautions, UK
Mr David Gee, Associate Fellow, Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University, UK
Dr Andrew Goldsworthy BSc PhD,  Lecturer in Biology (retired), Imperial College, London,  UK
Emeritus Professor Denis L. Henshaw, PhD., Human Radiation Effects, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, UK
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, PhD, Institute of Science in Society, UK
Dr Gerard Hyland, PhD, Institute of Biophysics, Neuss, Germany, UK
Dr Isaac Jamieson, PhD, Biosustainable Design, UK
Emeritus Professor Michael J. O’Carroll, PhD., former Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Sunderland, UK
Mr Alasdair Phillips, Electrical Engineer, UK
Dr Syed Ghulam Sarwar Shah, M.Sc., PhD, Public Health Consultant, Honorary Research Fellow, BrunelUniversity London, UK
Dr Cyril W. Smith, DIC, PhD, Retired in 1990, UK
Dr Sarah Starkey, PhD, independent neuroscience and environmental health research, UK

USA:
Dr Martin Blank, PhD, Columbia University, USA
Prof. Jim Burch, MS, PhD, Dept. of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Arnold School of Public Health, University of  South Carolina, USA
Prof. David O. Carpenter, MD, Director, Institute for Health and the Environment, University of New York at Albany, USA
Prof. Simona Carrubba, PhD, Biophysics, Daemen College, Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Neurology Dept., USA
Dr Sandra Cruz-Pol, PhD., Professor Electrical Engineering, on Radio Frequencies, Electromagnetics, the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez; Member of US National Academies of Sciences Committee for Radio Frequencies; Puerto Rico, USA
Dr Zoreh Davanipour, D.V.M., PhD, Friends Research Institute, USA
Dr Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, President, Environmental Health Trust; Fellow, American College of Epidemiology, USA
Dr James DeMeo, PhD, retired in private research, USA
Paul Raymond Doyon, EMRS, MAT, MA, Doyon Independent Research Associates, USA
Prof. Om P. Gandhi, PhD, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Utah, USA
Prof. Beatrice Golomb, MD, PhD, University of California at San Diego School of Medicine, USA
Dr Reba Goodman, PhD, Columbia University, USA
Dr Martha R. Herbert, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Harvard University, USA
Dr . Gunnar Heuser, M.D., PhD, F.A.C.P.  Emeritus member, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA; Former Assistant Clinical Professor, UCLA; Former member, Brain Research Institute, UCLA. USA
Dr Donald Hillman, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Michigan State University, USA
Elizabeth Kelley, MA, Fmr. Managing Secretariat, ICEMS, Italy; Director, EMFscientist.org, USA
Dr Seungmo Kim, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Southern University, USA
Dr Ronald N. Kostoff, PhD, Gainesville, VA, USA
Neha Kumar, Founder, Nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation Shielding Alternatives, Pvt. Ltd; B.Tech – Industrial Biotech., USA
Dr Henry Lai, PhD, University of Washington, USA
B. Blake Levitt, medical/science journalist, former New York Times contributor, EMF researcher and author, USA
Prof. Trevor G. Marshall, PhD, Autoimmunity Research Foundation, USA
Dr. Albert M. Manville, II, Ph.D. and C.W.B., Adj. Professor, Johns Hopkins University Krieger Graduate School of Arts & Sciences; Migratory Bird Management, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, USA
Dr Andrew Marino, J.D., PhD, Retired Professor, LSU Health Sciences Center, USA
Dr Marko Markov, PhD, President, Research International, Buffalo, New York, USA
Dr Jeffrey L. Marrongelle, DC, CCN, President/Managing Partner of BioEnergiMed LLC, USA
Dr Ronald Melnick, PhD, Senior Toxicologist (Retired, leader of the NTP’s health effects studies of cell phone radiofrequency radiation) US National Toxicology Program, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, USA
Dr Samuel Milham, MD, MPH, USA
L. Lloyd Morgan, Environmental Health Trust, USA
Dr Joel M. Moskowitz, PhD, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Imtiaz Nasim, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Southern University, USA
Dr Martin L. Pall, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Biochemistry & Basic Medical Sciences, Washington State University, USA
Dr Jerry L. Phillips, PhD. University of Colorado, USA
Dr William J. Rea, M.D., Environmental Health Center, Dallas, Texas, USA
Camilla Rees, MBA, Electromagnetichealth.org; CEO, Wide Angle Health, LLC, USA
Dr Cindy Russell, MD, Physicians for Safe Technology, USA
Prof. Narenda P. Singh, MD, University of Washington, USA
Prof. Eugene Sobel, PhD, Retired, School of Medicine, University of Southern California, USA
David Stetzer, Stetzer Electric, Inc., Blair, Wisconsin, USA
Dr Lisa Tully, PhD, Energy Medicine Research Institute, Boulder, CO, USA

Supporting Scientists who have published peer-reviewed papers in related fields

Olga Ameixa, PhD. Post-Doctoral Researcher, Dept. of Biology & CESAM, the University of Aveiro Campus., Universitário de Santiago, Portugal
Michele Cascian
i, MA, Environmental Science, President/Chief Executive Officer, Salvator Mundi International Hospital, Rome, Italy
Enrico Corsetti, Engineer, Research Director, Salvator Mundi International Hospital, Rome, Italy
Dr Dietmar Hildebrand, PhD, Biophysicist, Coinvestigator Biostack Experiments, Germany
Xin Li, PhD candidate MSc, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, USA
Dr Carlos A. Loredo Ritter, MD, Pediatrician, Pediatric Neurologist, President, Restoration Physics, North American Sleep Medicine Society, USADr.
Robin Maytum, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Biological Science, University of Bedfordshire, Luton, UK
Prof. Dr Raúl A. Montenegro, PhD, Evolutionary Biology, National University of Cordoba; President, FUNAM; Recognitions: Scientific  Investigation Award from the University of Buenos Aires, UNEP’ Global 500′ Award (Brussels, Belgium), the Nuclear Free Future Award (Salzburg, Austria), and Alternative Nobel Prize (Right Livelihood Award, Sweden), Argentina.
Dr Pilar Muñoz-Calero, MD, a specialist in Pediatrics, Neonatology, Stomatology and Addiction Medicine; President of Fundación Alborada; Medical Director of Alborada Outpatient Hospital; Co-chair of Pathology and Environment and Associate Professor at the Medicine at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Dr Hugo Schooneveld, PhD, Biologist, Neuroscientist, Adviser to the Dutch EHS Foundation, Netherlands
Dr Carmen Adella Sirbu, MD, Neurology, Lecturer, Titu Matorescu University, Romania
Jacques Testart, Biologist, Honorary Research Director at I.N.S.E.R.M. (French National Medical Research Institute), France

Sumeth Vongpanitlerd, PhD, retired Electrical Engineer, Thailand Development Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand.

OTHER SCIENTIFIC STANDARDS

Salzburg (2000) Salzburg Resolution on Mobile Telecommunication Base Stations. Salzburg Land.

http://www.salzburg.gv.at/salzburg_resolution_e.htm
http://www.salzburg.gv.at/abschlussbericht_gsm_endversion.pdf

Comment: Salzburg State in Austria and recommendation levels, 1 µW/m² indoors and 10 µW/m² outdoors. This was radically dropped in 2008 from earlier (2000) recommendations when 3G masts started operation.

Powerwatch (2010) International Guidance Levels – A Comparison

http://www.powerwatch.org.uk/gen/intguidance.asp

GUIDELINES FOR LIMITING EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS (100 kHz to 300 GHz)
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)

https://www.icnirp.org/cms/upload/publications/ICNIRPrfgdl2020.pdf

This is a short video (15 minutes) on the publication from the International Commission on the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (ICBE-EMF) that critiqued 14 flawed assumptions by FCC/ICNIRP on Radiofrequency Radiation limits.

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