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  • New tree and plant studies of international research

    New tree and plant studies of international research

    Two new international studies attract attention: Science of the Total Environment 572 (2016) publishes an article Radiofrequency radiation injures trees around mobile phone base stations by Alfonso Balmori-de la Puente, Alfonso Balmori, Helmut Breunig and Cornelia Waldmann-Selsam. Flora 223 (2016) presents The effect of the non ionizing radiation on cultivated plants of Arabidopsis thaliana (Col.) by Aikaterina L. Stefi, Lukas H. Margaritis, Nikolaos S. Christodoulakis …

     
  • Report BioEM 2016

    Report BioEM 2016

    Dariusz Leszczynski reports for the Pandora Foundation and Competence Initiative from the BioEM 2016 in Ghent, Belgium on June 5-10, 2016. Hot topic: the NTP study. The most anticipated event was the last moment addition of the presentation of the US NIEHS National Toxicology Program study on effects of cellphone radiation in rats and mice …

     
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  • Report from the Science & Wireless 2015

    Report from the Science & Wireless 2015

    Dariusz Leszczynski and Kirsti Leszczynski report for Stiftung Pandora and Kompetenzinitiative on the Science & Wireless 2015. The event was hosted at the RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, on Dec 8, 2015. The report of the two authors provides a critical picture …

     
  • Big Data: A Paradigm Shift in Education

    Big Data: A Paradigm Shift in Education

    Peter Hensinger analyzes in umwelt – medizin – gesellschaft (3/2015) the impact of big data on the young generation. The technical revolution brings a wealth of medical and socio-political, social and psychological challenges …

     
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  • BioEM 2015: Report by Dariusz Leszczynski

    BioEM 2015: Report by Dariusz Leszczynski

    Just as last year, Dariusz Leszczynski attended the annual BioEM meeting with support from the Pandora Foundation and the Competence Initiative. His current critical report gives an insight into the conference …

     
  • White Zones in Germany?

    White Zones in Germany?

    In Neue Zeitschrift für Verwaltungsrecht 20 / 2015 Bernd Irmfrid Budzinski and Wilfried Kühling discuss ‚White zones‘ for Germany and ask: unrealistic or required by law?

     
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  • Parliament of South Tyrol Reconfirms Precautionary Principle

    Parliament of South Tyrol Reconfirms Precautionary Principle

    State Parliament of South Tyrol (Landtag Südtirol): In a decision from 10 June 2015, a responsible implementation of Wi-Fi and cell phone networks as well as RF radiation exposure guidelines has been announced …

     
  • International Scientists Appeal

    International Scientists Appeal

    Scientists call for Protection from Non-ionizing EMF Exposure. Scientific basis: Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organism at levels well below most international and national guidelines …

     
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  • One step forward, two steps back

    One step forward, two steps back

    At the EU institutional level, there is a process in motion that perfectly reflects the usual contradictory pattern of national and international wireless communication policies—and it goes mostly unnoticed by the European public. The Competence Initiative e.V. takes a stand regarding this process, which, in our opinion, jeopardizes the attainment of a sustainable health and environmental policy for Europe …

     
  • Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity & Human Rights

    Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity & Human Rights

    Commentary to the European Economic and Social Committee by Isaac Jamieson …It is intended that this commentary will be of benefit to policy makers, industry and members of the general public …

     
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  • Wer heute noch versucht, mit einer längst veralteten und überholten Methodologie und jeden wissenschaftlichen Fortschritt, z. B. in der Quantenphysik oder Quantenmedizin, ignorierend die Lebensprozesse der untrennbaren bio-psycho-sozialen Wesenseinheit des Menschen zu ‚erforschen’ und solche Fachrichtungen wie die Neuropsycho-Physiologie, Neuropsychoimmunologie oder -hormonologie nicht zu kennen scheint, kann sich nicht Wissenschaftler nennen. Er verletzt die wissenschaftliche Sorgfaltspflicht und handelt verantwortungslos gegenüber den Menschen, den Leidenden, den Kranken, den Gesunden, den Kindern, den Schwangeren und somit gegenüber dem werdenden Leben …

    Prof. Dr. Karl Hecht, Neurophysiologe, Umweltmediziner, Schlafforscher beim 1. Bamberger Mobilfunksymposium am 29. 01.2005