1) Approximately monthly (since August 2016), Dr. Joel Moskowitz notifies us via email that he has added to his compilation of “newly-published scientific papers on wireless radiation and electromagnetic fields (EMF).” If you use Internet bookmarks, you might want to bookmark this link, because each month his update is here:
Note: these papers are not necessarily about adverse effects.
Here’s the notification Dr. Moskowitz sent to us today, where you’ll see a list of the titles of the new papers; and at his webpage post you’ll also see the abstract of each paper. It’s wonderful that Dr. Moskowitz does regularly does this work and distributes it.
36 New Papers on Electromagnetic Fields and Biology or Health
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
February 8, 2022
“I have 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 1,500 abstracts.
To see abstracts for the most recent papers or to download the 1,169-page document (pdf) go to:
Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields
Measurements of RF exposure before and after 5G rollout on 1,500 sites in France
This preliminary report from the French National Frequency Agency (ANFR) can be downloaded: https://www.anfr.fr/fileadmin/mediatheque/documents/expace/20211214-exposition-5G-EN.pdf
The Joint Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European Bioelectromagnetics Association will be held in Nagoya, Japan from June 19-24, 2022. BioEM 2022 will be the first annual meeting of the new BIOEM Society, after the merger of these two organizations. If travel restrictions exist at the time of the conference, BioEM2022 will employ a “HYBRID format” with some participating on-site and others remotely.
Abstract submissions are due by February 14. https://www.bioem2022.org.
International Workshop: “Impact of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields on oxidative stress“
The Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS) in Germany organized an international in-person and online workshop, “Impact of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields on oxidative stress,” to be held February 16-18, 2022 in Cottbus, Germany. https://www.bfs-internationalworkshop.de
European Economic and Social Committee Recognizes Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity
In a 2019 report, “Challenges for Europe in Digitalisation,” the European Economic and Social Committee recognized electromagnetic hypersensitivity as a public health problem and endorsed the adoption of “binding safeguarding legislation that reduces or mitigates exposure to electromagnetic fields” to reduce the incidence of functional disability and environmental illness. See page 85: https://www.eesc.europa.eu/en/our-work/publications-other-work/publications/digitalisation-challenges-europe
– Possible health effects on the human brain by various generations of mobile telecommunication: a review based estimation of 5G impact
– Mobile phone electromagnetic radiation and the risk of headache: a systematic review and meta-analysis
– Mobile Phone Radiation Deflects Brain Energy Homeostasis and Prompts Human Food Ingestion
– Effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on cancer in laboratory animal studies (WHO SR2)
– iPhone 12 MagSafe technology and cardiac implantable devices: assessment of the actual risk
– Interference by Modern Smartphones and Accessories with Cardiac Pacemakers and Defibrillators
– Auditory Effects of Microwave Radiation
– Exposure Assessment to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in Occupational Military Scenarios: A Review
– Numerical Evaluation of Human Body Near Field Exposure to a Vehicular Antenna for Military Applications
– A coherent framework for non-ionising radiation protection
– A Monte Carlo Analysis of Actual Maximum Exposure From a 5G Millimeter-Wave Base Station Antenna for EMF Compliance Assessments
– RF-EMF Exposure Measurement for 5G over mm-Wave Base Station with MIMO Antenna
– No Alteration Between Intrinsic Connectivity Networks by a Pilot Study on Localized Exposure to the Fourth-Generation Wireless Communication Signals (4G)
– Compare fabric and brick wall as shielding material dependence on electromagnetic field
– Assessment of cortisol secretory pattern in workers chronically exposed to ELF-EMF generated by high voltage transmission lines and substation
– Receipt of Electroconvulsive Therapy and Subsequent Development of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Cohort Study
– Chain-Like Structures of Biogenic and Nonbiogenic Magnetic Nanoparticles in Vascular Tissues
– Effect of the prenatal electromagnetic field exposure on cochlear nucleus neurons and oligodendrocytes in rats
– Effects of mobile phone electromagnetic radiation on rat hippocampus proteome
– Effect of electromagnetic radiation on the liver structure and ultrastructure of in utero irradiated rats
– Effects of Acute Exposure to 3500 MHz (5G) Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation on Anxiety-Like Behavior and the Auditory Cortex in Guinea Pigs
– Potential factors affecting chronic chemical intolerance associated with constitutional predisposition or lifestyle and environment during childhood: From a six-year follow-up study
– Association of Excessive Mobile Phone Usage With Sleep Quality and Fatigue Severity: an Epidemiologic Survey in Saudi Population
– Zinc affects nuclear factor kappa b and DNA methyltransferase activity in C3H cancer fibroblast cells induced by a 2100 MHz electromagnetic field
– Acute and Chronic Exposure to 900 MHz Radio Frequency Radiation Activates p38/JNK-mediated MAPK Pathway in Rat Testis
– A Review of the Effect of the Intermediate Frequency Electromagnetic Fields on Female Reproduction
– Electromagnetic Exposure of Personnel Involved in Cardiac MRI Examinations in 1.5T, 3T and 7T Scanners
– Exposure of Infants to Gradient Fields in a Baby MRI Scanner
– Theoretical Concepts in Magnetobiology after 40 Years of Research
– Nonequilibrium, weak-field-induced cyclotron motion: A mechanism for magnetobiology
– Human Psychophysiology Is Influenced by Low-Level Magnetic Fields: Solar Activity as the Cause
– Broadband 75–85 MHz radiofrequency fields disrupt magnetic compass orientation in night-migratory songbirds consistent with a flavin-based radical pair magnetoreceptor
– Magnetoreception and magnetic navigation in fishes: a half century of discovery
– Magnetic stop signs signal a European songbird’s arrival at the breeding site after migration
– Investigating the impact of weak geomagnetic fluctuations on pigeon races
– Effect of extremely low-frequency magnetic fields on light-induced electric reactions in wheat
2) Paul Brodeur authored the book The Zapping of America: Microwaves, Their Deadly Risk, and the Coverup, in 1977. Here’s an “Opinion” article he recently wrote.
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Havana Syndrome Is Likely Real, Feds Admit
[More info links: https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/us-senate-finally-admits-that-neuroweapons-exist-passes-bill-to-help-diplomat-victims-s-1828-havana-act-of-2021/]
3) I can’t say that visiting Detroit, Michigan is on my Bucket List, but if it’s on yours, you might need to delete it. This news article mentions other countries where this is already operating; I wonder if anyone we know has measured those EMF emissions?
Detroit getting 1st public wireless EV-charging road system in the United States
Electreon’s charging infrastructure can wireless charge EVs while they are in motion and stationary.
“Hosting the first wireless charging road system in the U.S. as part of the open platform we are providing at Michigan Central will serve as a magnet to attract innovators to test on this nationally significant asset …, and also show people the value electrification can create,” said Carolina Pluszczynski, Michigan Central development director.
to read the whole article:
4) Why would we do this to wildlife all-day all-night every day of their lives, for mostly ultra-convenience when regular-convenience would be plenty good enough and safer alternatives are already available?!
Here’s the current headline (it was originally different wording):
Report says wireless radiation may harm wildlife
By Scott Wyland
Feb 5, 2022 Updated Feb 7, 2022
“At the news article webpage, in addition to the article there are free downloads that are the 3 parts of the report (total 210 pages) that was published in the journal Reviews on Environmental Health. I’m going to save and share this news article and the links to the 3-part report with other people who care about wildlife (animals and plants), the environment, insects, air pollution, their pets.
If you want to share a brief friendly note to inform other people about this article, perhaps via social media, here are two examples of what Barb used, and she made the short-style link anyone could use anytime:
1. Tech awareness for well-being & environment: Recent news to share https://bit.ly/electroSMOG
2. Environment & wildlife news to share awareness about why PracticeSafeTech & e-hygiene matter https://bit.ly/electroSMOG
Here are a few paragraphs from the news article:
[T]hey dug up overlooked studies that contained compelling research on how living organisms react to low-level EMFs. Their compilation invalidates any claims that the EMFs don’t cause biological effects, she said.
“We just blew the whole thing out of the water and took it to the ecosystem level, which is really where it needed to go,” Levitt said. “Nobody had done that before. We need a whole lot more scrutiny put to the low-intensity stuff.”
Ambient EMFs have risen exponentially in the past quarter-century, as cellphones were widely adopted, to become a ubiquitous and continuous environmental pollutant, even in remote areas, the report said, adding studies indicate EMFs can affect animals’ orientation, migration, food finding, reproduction, nest building, territorial defense, vitality, longevity and survival.
EMFs’ toxic effects on an animal’s cells, DNA and chromosomes have been observed in laboratory specimens — and thus would apply to wildlife, according to the report.
Many types of wildlife are exposed to EMFs from wireless sources, such as deer, seals, whales, birds, bats, insects, amphibians and reptiles, the report said. Many species have been found more sensitive to EMFs than humans in some ways.
The report recommends new laws that include the redesign of wireless devices and infrastructure to reduce the rising ambient levels.
To read the whole article (and also access the 3 parts of the Report to read or download) go to:
The 3-parts of the report “Effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields on flora and fauna:
Part 1 – “Rising ambient EMF levels in the environment”
Part 2 – “Impacts: how species interact with natural and man-made EMF”
Part 3 – “Exposure standards, public policy, laws, and future directions”
Barb for Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters