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Some additional reading/Litet extra läsning:

From USA:

Telecommunications Reports, 15 feb  2011, © Copyright 2011. Aspen Publishers. All Rights Reserved.

Radiation Exposure Concerns Raised by Scientists, Agency
A group of international scientists has published a report calling for
"greatly reduced exposure limits" for electromagnetic radiation from
telecommunications and power line technologies, while similar concerns
were being raised by a committee formed by India's government to study
similar matters.
First, the scientific journal Reviews on Environmental Health
published a statement from the "Selectun Scientific Panel," which says
the "global population is at risk, that the currently accepted measure
of radiation risk, the SAR, is inadequate, and that there is abundant
evidence biological effects are occurring at exposures 'many orders of
magnitude' below existing public safety standards."
In the "Selectun Scientific Statement," the scientists said
governments should take "decisive action now to protect biological
function as well as the health of future generations."
"Current U.S. and ICNIRP [International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection] standards for radiofrequency and microwave
radiation from wireless technologies are entirely inadequate," said
Olle Johansson, who chaired the Selectun Scientific Panel. "They never
were intended to address the kind of exposures from wireless devices
that now affect over 4 billion people."
Elihu Richter, a retired professor of occupational and environmental
medicine at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, added, "We are already
seeing increases in health problems such as cancer and neurobehavioral
impairments, even though these wireless technologies are fairly new in
the last decades or so for the general public. This finding suggests
that the exposures are already too high to protect people from health
Separately, an interministerial committee formed by India's ministry
of communications and information technology to study the potential
risks caused by mobile devices and wireless towers also raised
concerns about health risks and recommended that mobile phones not
adhering to standard SAR levels be banned. According to news reports
out of India, the panel also recommended other measures, such as not
installing wireless towers near residential areas, schools,
playgrounds, and hospitals.



From Greece:

Change the limits for exposure to electromagnetic radiation, say scientists"

Energy Ecology Environment: 

The Electromagnetic Biology Laboratory, Department of Biology, University of Athens issued a press release on scientific studies point to the need to reduce exposure limits to electromagnetic radiation. 

As stated in the notice, seven researchers from 5 countries, including Greece (Yuri Grigoriev, Olle Johansson, Lloyd Morgan, Elihu Richter, Cindy Sage Adamantia Frangopoulou, Lukas Margaritis) are sounding the alarm about an urgent need to reduce the exposure limits electromagnetic radiation, based on recent results of scientific studies. The researchers recommend specific exposure limits for various frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum used by wireless technology, and magnetic fields super-low frequency generated from the distribution and consumption of electricity. 

This scientific statement has been published in international journal Reviews on Environmental Health (2010; 25: 307-317). 

The study found that the combined effect of mobile phones, wireless phones, mobile phone antenna systems, radio and television stations broadcast system WI-FI and blue tooth wireless Internet devices baby monitors and a number of other wireless devices, putting billions people around the world on a daily risk of neurological and behavioral effects until risk of developing cancer, neurological diseases and reproductive and developmental problems. 

Also, the current limits have been proposed 13 years ago, in 1998 the "International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation» (ICNIRP) for electromagnetic radiation from wireless technologies are completely inadequate. Never been to take account of wireless devices that influence everyday now over 4 billion people. 

These safety limits are unaware of the developing fetus and young children, the elderly, who are hypersensitive to radiation or immunodeficiency, the most affected as most vulnerable to radiation. 

A significant number of analytical studies and thoroughly discussed in this publication has demonstrated biological effects of radiation intensities at hundreds of times lower than current levels. 

The assessment of the degree of risk of radiation known as the "Specific Absorption Rate» SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is considered as insufficient to predict biological responses in the effect of radiation on cells and tissues associated with changes in memory, behavior , reproduction, immune system, the disruption of sleep, causing frustration and fatigue, and the creation of brain tumors after more than a decade of use. 

The Committee recommends that governments and the World Organization to set lower than current limits public exposure, but also professionally exposed to radiation. 

Similarly, all manner of companies involved in manufacturing wireless devices and communication required to find solutions with reduced population exposure to radiation. 

As the most vulnerable groups identified as pregnant women and children of all ages who need to avoid using any kind of wireless devices and should be avoided indirect exposure to such radiations. 

More generally, scientists are against the use of wireless networks, mobile phones etc indoors in schools, and even premises. 

Suggested, finally, the intensification of scientific research in such a complex and multifaceted public health issue, such as the effects of non-ionizing radiation, in order to clarify the mechanisms of action compared with the emission of radiation modes (modulation, prolonged or intermittent exposure, multiple exposures to different frequencies, etc.). 

Those interested can read the summary article in PubMed: