Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News
18 August 2012
Appearing during the middle two hours, specialist in occupational epidemiology, Dr. Samuel Milham, shared his contention that cellular and utility industries are misrepresenting the safety of cell phones, and smart meters that are being installed...
KILDARE's elected representatives have been asked why children in Leixlip are being exposed much higher radiation limits than new upper limits in India, writes Henry Bauress.
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No end to debate over Wi-Fi health effects as Toronto doctor treats hypersensitive patients
Bray said that five years ago she saw no hypersensitivity patients but now treats dozens a year. Typically her patients tell her the symptoms lessen or disappear when they get away from RF sources.
"Radio waves are not known to have any effect on people at any level," said Don Jose, a Pennsylvania-based attorney who specializes in radiation litigation. He called Barton's claim "a nut case."
Today, the new German environment minister, Altmaier, came up with a 10-point-plan for his future policy. Point six:
"Increased protection against electromagnetic fields."
As far as I am aware of, this is the first time a German minister has put this issue on his agenda. This is a watershed in German environmental policy in respect to electromagnetic fields and this by a conservative and industry-friendly politician.
This is an important cause, and I'd like to encourage you to add your signature, too. It's free and only takes a minute of your time.
"Urgent Need for Biologically-based EMF Public Exposure Standards"
>>> google translation Published August 10, 2012.
BREEDING - Lawsuits multiply with sick cows ...
Their farms in Lower Normandy, farmers identify, disgusted, diseases of animals they think their associated near a high-voltage line, and multiply the lawsuits while a new THT is under construction their region. In recent days, Kevin Gazengel pays its sixty cows an herbal treatment. "We were advised that to avoid mastitis." These inflammations of the udder are the nightmare of Kevin, 31, and his partner Dominique Vauprès, fifty years, operators Montgothier (Channel), 300 meters of a mast THT .
"They try to stifle all that"
They are convinced that the 400,000-volt line, from the Flamanville nuclear power plant, disrupt the metabolism of cows. They had to treat mastitis since January 90, and each time discard milk from animals sick for a week. The EDF subsidiary that manages the lines, RTE, has compensated operating losses for 2007 and 2008, as part of a protocol signed with the farmer. Under such agreements, TEN supports certain costs through a confidentiality clause. But denies any risk to animals if the farms are the standards.
Last June, the judge dismissed Dominique Vauprès of his application for further compensation. No surprise: in 2011, the Court of Cassation upheld a judgment of the Court of Appeal of Limoges breaking the only court decision vindicating a farmer against RTE in a similar case, made in Tulle in 2009. "They (RTE) are afraid that it set a precedent and try to smother it all," thought the farmer. With his lawyer, Marie Gervais-Doutressoulle it prepares new remedies. "You do not have to pay for reasons of state," adds Thierry Charuel, 48, farmer 3 km away, flush with a pylon. An appeal is also being prepared for his case.
Cereal instead of cows?
In total, Mr. Doutressoulle working on four lawsuits of farmers from Lower Normandy installed near a THT. "We do not know how long it will take financially and morally," said one voice Vauprès Dominique and Thierry Charuel. Breeders refer the case to another operator, also in the Channel, for its part always subject to a confidentiality agreement with TEN, in whom "the cows vanish because of the line." A "physical suffering unacceptable in a modern society," said Pascal Férey, president of the Regional Federation of Farmers' Unions (FRSEA) of lower Normandy.
The majority union is careful not to mention the possible health effects of magnetic fields of THT (classified as "possibly carcinogenic" to humans by the World Health Organization) and negotiates with RTE to provide financial assistance to farmers and technical. The Peasant Confederation chose a different path: it actively participates in actions against the EHV line construction Cotentin-Maine, who must deliver the electricity of the future EPR nuclear reactor. About thirty kilometers Montgothier at Chefresne, leaving just the last tower of land. "It's simple, if one realizes that cows have problems, be planted cereals, we do not want to live it," Yves Larsonneur slice, also in conflict with RTE, which will have to coexist with two pylons .
© 2012 AFP
We need physician's groups to join the call for the FCC guidelines to be re-visited by the EPA. The EPA needs to formulate truly population protective guidelines to prevent health problems being caused by chronic exposures to biologically active levels of radiofrequencies from wireless technology and electrical pollution.
Please help lay the necessary groundwork, pass the guidelines on to your physicians and to medical professional organizations.
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