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Honey, where are the bees?

Posted by smeddum on October 26, 2009

In the West, despite the work of scientists like Ulrike Warnke, everything is being done to keep the EM connection to CCD out of the news. Do we have some kind of death wish? To cover up our own imminent demise would appear to be the last word in decadence. Fortunately, the emergence of countries like India from the tutelage of the West is providing us with a lifeline, but can they save us from ourselves? Perhaps not, but let’s hope that, at least, they can save themselves.

See also:

ITNT Archive: Disappearing Bees

Honey, where are the bees?
KOUNTEYA SINHA & ARUN RAM TIMES NEWS NETWORK ,

TOI Crest 24 October 2009,

TimesofIndia

Not so long ago, many communities in India believed that a honeybee buzzing next to one’s ears heralded good news, some said it meant a missive

was on its way. As time went by, cellular phones made that kind of anxious wait redundant. Then, one day, when the bees stopped troubling people, no one noticed it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Danger In Mobile PhoneCommunication Towers

Posted by smeddum on October 6, 2009

Danger In Mobile PhoneCommunication Towers
EDITOR
Mmegi online

5/10/09

Are we being denied information by the cell phone companies or the telecommunications industry regulator regarding the dangers of communication towers?

The towers are mushrooming everywhere in Botswana. They have become a source of income for many people who are lucky enough to provide land for the erection of the towers. However, studies have shown that even at low levels, the radiation from the towers can damage cell tissue and DNA. The radiation has been linked to brain tumours, cancer, suppressed immune function, depression, miscarriage, Alzheimer’s disease and serious illnesses. Read the rest of this entry »

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Mobile radiation stunts crop growth

Posted by smeddum on September 13, 2009

Mobile radiation stunts crop growth

Max Martin

Bangalore, September 13, 2009

IndiaToday

For more Indian research around the issue of EM radiation hazards see:

Check that Tongue: Mobile Phones Buzz Out Honeybees

Mobile phones may have become ubiquitous in rural areas and popular among farmers. But electromagnetic radiation emanating from them may be stunting the growth of agricultural crops and plants, preliminary research has revealed. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cellphones Cause Brain Tumors, Says New Report By International EMF Collaborative

Posted by smeddum on September 1, 2009

Cellphones Cause Brain Tumors, Says New Report By International EMF Collaborative

26 Aug 2009

Medical News Today

A new report, “Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern, Science, Spin and the Truth Behind Interphone,” was released today by a collaborative of international EMF activists. Groups affiliated with the report include Powerwatch and the Radiation Research Trust in the U.K., and in the U.S., EMR Policy Institute, ElectromagenticHealth.org and The Peoples Initiative Foundation.Download the report. Read the rest of this entry »

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Generation X-Ray: Child victims of Technological abuse

Posted by seumasach on July 6, 2009

ProLiberty

From the May 2008 Idaho Observer:


Generation X-Ray

Child victims of Technological abuse

Science from the ‘40s to present has demonstrated conclusively the harmful effects of microwave radiation—the platform upon which the entire wireless universe—cell phones, text messaging, WiFi, WiMax and RFID—is built. Yet the wireless network is expanding, with the approval of government “as fast as it can.” With virtually zero regulatory oversight, the nation and all the people, plants and animals in it, are bathing in microwave radiation so we can talk, Internet surf, email, text message and play online games wherever and whenever we want. The biophysical effects of enveloping our world in harmful radiation are becoming apparent. What happened to us? How could our desire for wireless convenience so totally suspend our innate survival instincts that we would ignore well-established science plus common sense and finance conditions on this planet that portend our slow and painful deaths without dignity? More embarrassingly, what happened to us that we would so readily allow our children to suffer wireless addiction, sealing their fates to short, sickly, neurologically-impaired lives? The answer lies in the recurring theme in this month’s edition of The IO: Education. As a culture, we are taught to accept a foundational matrix of LIES as “facts”—for generations—since birth. Within this matrix, we grow up morally relativistic and believe that the only past and futures that matter are connected to how we feel in the present. The dishonor this mindset does to our forebearers is shameful; the disservice we are doing to future generations is unprecedented in the history of mankind.

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Spanish paper on Cell Phone Addiction

Posted by smeddum on June 14, 2009

9th June,  2009
EMF facts

A new paper has been added to the http://www.emfacts.com web site. Titled “Addiction to cell phones: are there neurophysiological mechanisms involved?” ,the paper by Afonso Balmori and Maria Paz de la Puente, looks at cell phone use as an addiction problem, especially for children and young people. Originally published in the Spanish magazine Proyecto, Vol. 61: pp. 8-12, March 2007. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cell Phone companies Kill TV documentary

Posted by smeddum on May 4, 2009

omega news

4th May 2009

Unusual news once in a life time: Here is something I was involved with helping the investigators of this programm, some of you were interviewed in England to this programm, that was supposed to be screened a year ago, on antennas risk, on Israeli TV. In a very unusual exposure, the journalist Aviv Lavie, who saw this programm before it was killed by the cell companies, exposed today in the national newspaper Maariv that the cellular companies, after seeing the result, decided not to allow the programm to be aired and concealed it. They funded this programm with $90,000. The journalist who prepared the programm, Dan Shilon, arrived at the conclusion that the cellular phones will be the cigarettes of the 21 century. The programme showed researchers of cell phones like Prof Korenstein and Prof Levi Schachter, and the cellular companies did not like the fact that the programm included strong evidence on the risk of phones. The comapnies explained their behaviour by the fact that they did surveys that showed that everything they fund will not be trusted by the public. When asked why they funded it in the first place, Lior Verona (cell companies forum) said that they fund campaigns in millions, so what is $90,000 for them anyway. 

http://www.nrg.co.il/online/1/ART1/885/675.htmlhttp://www.nrg.co.il/online/1/ART1/885/676.html 

Google translation from Hebrew (gives you a rough idea)

And something else, no progress in the war on cancer as you already knowhttp://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/24/health/policy/24cancer.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=kolata%20cancer&st=cse

Iris Atzmon

http://omega.twoday.net/search?q=cancer
http://omega.twoday.net/search?q=Korenstein
http://omega.twoday.net/search?q=Levi+Schachter

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Study on sparrows urgently required say experts

Posted by smeddum on August 23, 2008

Study on sparrows urgently required say experts The Hindu
Mumbai (PTI): Voicing concern over the depleting population of sparrows, experts have suggested a census of the bird to prevent its chirping from being lost forever. Read the rest of this entry »

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