Andras bra artiklar inom området:
Please, see today's
2011-06 news from Mona Nilsson,
the Swedish digging journalist who unfolded the first scandal about
Ahlbom resigns as
chairman from Swedish Radiation Protection Authority
There is of course
also an urgent need to review and reconsider the reports to the EU
commission under the chairmanship of Ahlbom and the other experts
relation to ICNIRP and the mobile phone industry. Two other members,
Mattsson and Hillert, are at the same time members of Telia Sonera's
scientific counsel, and the brother of Ahlbom worked for Telia
Sonera for 13 years.
honeybee worker piping
The worldwide maintenance of the honeybee has major ecological, economic,
and political implications. In the present study, electromagnetic waves
originating from mobile phones were tested for potential effects on
Mobile phone handsets were placed in the close vicinity of honeybees.
The sound made by the bees was recorded and analyzed.
The audiograms and spectrograms revealed that active mobile phone
handsets have a dramatic impact on the behavior of the bees, namely by
inducing the worker piping signal.
In natural conditions, worker piping either announces the swarming
process of the bee colony or is a signal of a disturbed bee colony.
this extremely important text below as well as the enclosed 7-page pdf!
Thank you so very much, dear Mona, for this piece of very valuable
information. You should have the "Guldspaden" (=sw. prize for
Leading expert Anders Ahlbom linked to the Telecom Industry.
INTEREST AT THE WHO
Professor Ahlbom, who is
supposed to chair the expert group on epidemiology at the upcoming IARC
evaluation of the carcinogenicity of mobile phone radiation, is the
co-founder of “Gunnar Ahlbom AB” a Brussels-based lobby firm aiming to
assist the telecom industry on EU regulations, public affairs and
See also: www.diagnose-funk.org/infoformate/brennpunkt/who-lehnt-prof-a-lerchl-als-mitarbeiter-ab.php
Ressort Redaktion und Politik
Vorstand Diagnose-Funk Deutschland
Umwelt- und Verbraucherorganisation
zum Schutz vor elektromagnetischer Strahlung
Tel: 0049 (0) 711
More important reading!
NBC’s Keith Miller reports on a family from Sweden who says they live
without a computer, television,
cell phone and any other electronic device because it makes them ill.
En ny artikel på danska.
Mycket välskriven och viktig!
"Bliver kontroversiel forskning gemt væk?"
Kan detta också
fungera för icke-joniserande
"Red wine 'can protect against radiation'"
Vänligen också läs:
"UR researchers search for new ways to treat radiation exposure"
More and more countries now take up
of EMF and health effects/Fler
och fler länder tager nu upp frågan om EMF och hälsoeffekter:
TV4, "Efter tio", hade nyligen ett mycket bra inslag om
elöverkänslighet ligger ca. 35 minuter in i programmet]
Fler och fler tager nu upp bollen:
"Swedish professor joins Kingswinford anti-mobile phone mast
En ny studie släppt av tyska forskare har kommit fram till att så
innehåller giftiga cancerogena ämnen och borde hållas så långt som
möjligt från människor.
London Telegraph rapporterar:
”Tyska forskar hävdar att flera cancerogena kemikalier och gifter
släpps ut i miljön
när lågenergilampor (CLF-lampor) tänds, inkluderat fenol, naftalen
Läs mer på Prisonplanet
"We urge you to free the scientists to speak," the letter said.
"Take off the muzzles and eliminate the script writers and allow
-- they do have PhDs after all -- to speak for themselves."
Read more below!
CBC News (web site)Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Unmuzzle scientists, federal leaders urged
By Emily Chung, CBC News 'In the last few years
we've seen -- under the Harper government, at least -- a real
concerted effort to keep controls on what the evidence is saying,'
says Kathryn O'Hara, president of the Canadian Science Writers'
Association. (Canadian Science Writers' Association)
The party leaders vying to form the next Canadian
government are being urged to "take off the muzzles" from federal
scientists. A group representing 500 science journalists and
communicators across Canada sent an open letter Tuesday to
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff,
NDP Leader Jack Layton and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May
documenting recent instances where they say federal scientists have
been barred from talking about research funded by taxpayers.
"We urge you to free the scientists to speak," the letter said. "Take
off the muzzles and eliminate the script writers and allow
scientists -- they do have PhDs after all -- to speak for themselves."
Examples cited in the letter include the following:
Kristina Miller, a Department of Fisheries and Oceans scientist, was
the lead author of an article published in Science on Jan. 14, 2011,
suggesting viral infections may be linked to higher salmon mortality.
The department granted no interviews with her, citing a possible
conflict of interest because of her scheduled testimony before a
commission looking into the decline of sockeye salmon in B.C.'s
Fraser River. An Environment Canada team published a paper on April
5, 2011, in Geophysical Research Letters concluding that a dangerous
2 C increase in global temperatures may be unavoidable by 2100. No
interviews were granted by Environment Canada's media office.
Following the Japanese earthquake and nuclear plant problems,
Postmedia science reporter Margaret Munro requested data from
radiation monitors run by Health Canada. Munro said Health Canada
would not allow an interview with one of their experts responsible
for the detectors. An Austrian team later released data from the
entire global network of radiation monitors, including stations in
Kathryn O'Hara, president of the association, said
openness and transparency are issues that haven't come up much in
the election campaign, and her group felt it was important to ask
The federal government spends billions each year on scientific
research, and taxpayers must be able to examine the results, she
said, otherwise, "how can you get a real sense of ... value in money
going toward science?"
The public also needs to be able to see whether government policy is
based on evidence uncovered using taxpayer money, she added.
"In the last few years we've seen -- under the Harper government, at
least -- a real concerted effort to keep controls on what the
evidence is saying," O'Hara said.
The letter included examples of cases where federal scientists were
the lead authors of high-profile papers on salmon and climate change,
but were not permitted to give interviews.
O'Hara added that when scientists can't answer questions, it is
difficult for journalists to do a good job covering their research,
and the public could end up misinformed.
Liberal science critic Marc Garneau says his party believes 'that a
healthy civil service should allows its scientists to speak as long
as they don't get into policy.' (Canadian Press)
The letter noted that all political parties "repeatedly make
promises to promote government openness and accountability" and
asked the party leaders to explain how they would guarantee freer
channels of communication.
O'Hara said she hopes the federal leaders will acknowledge that
there is a problem and that it is important to disseminate
government science to the public.
The association held talks last year with senior bureaucrats in an
effort to gain "timely access" to federal scientists who had
published articles in journals or presented papers at conferences,
O'Hara added, but afterward, "nothing changed substantially."
As of Tuesday afternoon, O'Hara had not heard back from any of the
party leaders about the letter.
However, Marc Garneau, Liberal candidate for Westmount-Ville-Marie
and the Liberal critic for industry, told CBC News Tuesday that
things would change under a Liberal government for the majority of
topics that don't pose privacy or security risks.
"We would remove the gag order that's been put on our scientists,"
he said. "We believe that a healthy civil service should allows its
scientists to speak as long as they don't get into policy."
As of late Tuesday afternoon, representatives of the Conservatives
and the NDP had not responded to a request for comment.
With my very best regards/Mvh