Monthly Archives: May 2022

An Bord Pleanála deputy chair overruled inspectors in vast majority of mast applications

Source Article: Irish Examiner             Sat, 28 May, 2022 by Cianan Brennan The deputy chair of An Bord Pleanála voted to override his own planning inspectors in the vast majority of applications for telecommunications masts over the past two years. … Continue reading

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FRENCH COURT ORDERS 4G ANTENNA SWITCH-OFF OVER COW HEALTH CONCERN

Source Article:  https://www.connexionfrance.com  25 May 2022 08:01 By Hannah Thompson A farmer in central-east France said that milk production had dropped by 15-20% in the days following the antenna installation, and 40 of his 200 cows had died The farmer … Continue reading

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UK LEGAL ACTION AGAINST 5G – Court of Appeal Grants Permission for Judicial Review

News Source Article: Action Against 5G Secretary of State to be challenged on failure to give adequate information to the public about the risks of 5G and to explain the absence of a process for investigation of any adverse health … Continue reading

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EU review on carcinogenic and reproductive health risks

https://www.diagnose-funk.org/aktuelles/artikel-archiv/detail&newsid=1789 https://www-diagnose–funk-org.- google translated From Kompetenzinitiative e.V.   5th May 2022 STOA study in German translation EU review on carcinogenic and reproductive health risks In June 2021, the Science and Technology Options Assessment Committee (STOA) of the European Parliament published the … Continue reading

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A critical analysis of the MOBI-Kids study of wireless phone use in childhood and adolescence and brain tumor risk

https://doi.org/10.1515/reveh-2022-0040 Lennart Hardell and Joel M. Moskowitz From the journal Reviews on Environmental Health Abstract The MOBI-Kids case-control study on wireless phone use and brain tumor risk in childhood and adolescence included the age group 10–24 years diagnosed between 2010 … Continue reading

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NEW INSIGHTS INTO LINKS BETWEEN EMFS, CALCIUM AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Source Article : NEWS MEDICAL LIFE SCIENCES For almost a quarter of a century, researchers have been studying and publishing on the effect of calcium on Alzheimer’s Disease. Research has led to the development of the calcium hypothesis of Alzheimer’s … Continue reading

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SAVE OUR LANDLINES – PLANS TO REMOVE TRADITIONAL LANDLINES – SEND OBJECTION TO COMREG BY 11th MAY 2022

Please send a submission to ComReg by 5pm, this Wednesday, 11th May 2022 In March 2021, Openeir (Eir) issued a White Paper called Copper Switch-Off – Leaving a Legacy for the Future, detailing the plan to migrate from the traditional … Continue reading

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2012 – EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DECLARATION ON THE RECOGNITION OF MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY AND ELECTROHYPERSENSITIVITY

On 12th March 2012, members of the European Parliament issued the following : WRITTEN DECLARATION pursuant to Rule 123 of the Rules of Procedure on the recognition of multiple chemical sensitivity and electrohypersensitivity in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases … Continue reading

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