1) Louis Slesin, of Microwave News, is a stickler for facts and is persistent in calling out hoaxes, lies and misrepresentations. In December 2021, when a review of RF studies was published in a prestigious journal (https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaoncology/article-abstract/2786776), he was quick to point out that the author did not have the education or experience to conclude that there is no connection between exposure to EMF and cancer, and asked for a retraction. This article is a follow-up to that request — and it is highly likely that this will not be the last. Industry will use it to promote and defend their dangerous products, That is one of Slesin’s prime concerns.
How To Succeed in Science
David Grimes, Oxford, The Wellcome Trust and the Art of Name Dropping
Junk Science in a JAMA Journal
“… I bring all this up because I’m still trying to understand why JAMA Oncology would have commissioned or accepted a manuscript on a hotly controversial subject — a review of radiofrequency (RF) radiation and cancer — by a junior Irish academic-cum-columnist without any relevant qualifications, David Robert Grimes, at the time of Dublin City University.
I have already —now among many others — called for the retraction of his paper. That’s most likely not going to happen. I’ve even heard on the grapevine that the editors of the journal, tearing a page out of a Soviet-style rulebook, are forbidding the mention of the word “retract” in letters published in response to Grimes’s review.
I return to this again because once Grimes’s review is embedded in the medical literature it will become lore. It will be cited — ad nauseam — as the final word. JAMA says that RF is cancer safe and, if that’s what the American Medical Association says, it must be true.”
2) ANSES seems to be comparable to our Health Canada in many ways. Defined as: The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) was created on 1 July 2010. It is an administrative public establishment accountable to the French Ministries of Health, Agriculture, the Environment, Labour and Consumer Affairs.
And, like Health Canada, it ignores independent scientific evidence with regard to EMF and 5G. Phonegate, headed by Dr. Marc Arazi, more than once has called ANSES out for this as well as its habitual practice of misleading the public. Here is the most recent incident:
ANSES 5G report: Deception on the public consultation!!
“In April 2021, ANSES opened a public consultation following the publication of its report on the health issues related to the deployment of 5G. Our NGOs submitted their contributions in the required forms and deadlines, at the end of June 2021.
We learned today, during the meeting to present the final report , organized by ANSES and the Director General of the scientific expertise center, that none of our contributions were taken into account by the study group.”
3) A member sent me this article about a “sinister” product, Apple’s AirTag. It seems that only “smart” phones can detect one, or a good RF detector. The world is crazy and getting crazier and gadgets like this make it easier for the crazies to do crazy things.
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Signs that You Are Being Tracked with an Apple AirTag and Tips to Stop It
“Tracking technology existed before Apple introduced its AirTags. However, AirTags seem to have made it cheaper and easier to stalk unsuspecting people. If you’re concerned about being victimized, keep reading….
Another sign that you’re being tracked with an Apple AirTag: they emit high levels of biologically harmful wireless radiation that can cause symptoms and illnesses to those being exposed to them. Got pets? Exposure can affect them too.
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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