1) Dr. Marc Arazi and the Phonegate team have been refuting the Mobi-kids study (which concluded that there was no evidence that cell phones were associated with cancer and that EMF was, in essence, safe) ever since it came out, accusing the scientists of sloppy and biased research, identifying several major conflicts of interests in previous press releases.
In the most recent, they reveal those involving one of Health Canada’s favorite scientists, Dr. Daniel Krewski. He has been on various panels, including ones that have reviewed scientific evidence upon which Safety Code 6 is supposedly based. For the most recent review, he again was named Chair of the Royal Panel and it was only after many complaints of conflicts of interest that was he removed (while others with similar conflicts remained on the panel). Krewski is a bent scientist, having received money for his “institute” at the University of Ottawa for many years. Why are these people who are so blatantly involved with the wireless industry allowed to participate in studies or panels unless the results have been pre-determined?
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Mobi-kids: Daniel Krewski, an author with multiple conflicts of interest
“Is the Mobi-kids study (which analyzes the impact of wireless phones on the risk of brain tumors for young people and was published at the end of December 2021) reliable or not? Our association Phonegate Alert has the right to ask this question publicly. Indeed, our research reveals that many conflicts of interest of the authors of the Mobi-kids study are either simply hidden or underestimated. This is the case for another author of the study, Canadian scientist Daniel Krewski….
In fact, Daniel Krewski served as President of the Wireless Information Resource Center (WIRC)from 1999 until its dissolution in 2015. During the 15 years of WIRC’s operation, D. Krewski and the McLaughlin Centre were the primary recipients of support from the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).The amount received for radiofrequency research and information dissemination was in the order of two million Canadian dollars (1.4 million euros).”
The WIRC list of directors includes on of BC’s bent scientists, Mary McBride. She has worked closely with Krewski, among others, while working as a “distinguished scientist” for the Cancer Society. Years ago, she allowed people to believe she was a “Dr.”, when she had neither an MD nor a PhD. When I informed the Cancer Society of this, they stopped calling her “Dr.” but gave her the new title of “Distinguished Scientist” and kept her working with them to mislead people about the safety of cell phones, etc.
2) In my Feb. 19 update , I shared the EMF newsletter and promised to share the report by Dr. Magda Havas on ELF and Cancer. ELF stands for Extremely Low Frequency Radiation, which is emitted by electrical wiring, power lines, etc. which was classified as a 2B (possible human carcinogen) in 2002 based, largely, on the association between exposure and childhood leukemia. Dr. Havas has graciously provided it.
3) A member suggested that this could be a way to make our concerns heard. It won’t take long — so no great time commitment. I must admit to being less than optimistic that anyone will pay attention to it.
“This is your opportunity to share your ideas for how we can stimulate job creation, strengthen and grow the middle class, and build a better economy for everyone.
What is most important to you? What challenges do you see ahead? How can the federal government continue to support a strong recovery that benefits all Canadians?
The questionnaire will take about five minutes to answer, depending on the length of your answers.”
[Consultation period has concluded: January 31 → February 25 2022 – https://www.letstalkbudget2022.ca/let-s-talk-budget-2022]
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.” Martin Luther King, Jr.