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Do you suffer with unexplained symptoms such as headaches, sleep problems and dizziness following exposure to electromagnetic fields? You could be suffering from this condition.
NEW DELHI: A panel set up by the Department of Telecommunications has said there is "no conclusive evidence" about the dangers of radiation from mobile towers and that greater efforts should be made to allay fears caused by misinformation.
The 13-member panel rejected claims by Girish Kumar, a professor in the electrical engineering department of the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, that radiation from mobile towers causes cancer and brain tumours. The committee said there is no scientific evidence to back such assertions.
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A new Israeli study: computer users had lower achievements lower ability to think in-depth, and took more time to answer questions and reach to conclusions. The class of pen and paper finished to respond on questions within 4 minutes, and the computer class was still in the middle of the exam. The pen and paper classroom responded right on 86% of the questions, compared to 73% of the computer classroom. The researcher Dr. Gal ben Yehuda said: the findings are conclusive: with the computer there is a feeling of confidence, but in the exam we are worse. The results of our study are a red light to the Ministry of Education, regarding the transition to digital books.
The longtime president of Microsoft Canada is now our country’s leading advocate for wireless radiation safety. Vitality invited high tech leader Frank Clegg, now CEO of the new non-profit organization, Canadians for Safe Technology (C4ST), to update our readers on what Canada is (or is not) doing to protect your health, and what you can do in this election year to protect yourself and your children. Here is a report on his research and conclusions.
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Public Utility Commissions (PUC) in several states adopted 0.5 volt rms (root mean squared) or 1.0 milliam- pere as the actionable limit for utilities to respond to complaints of uncontrolled voltage. This study clearly shows that the actionable level should be reduced to 10 mV p-p (peak-to-peak), which is 140 times less than the current standard. Dairy farmer complaints that animal behavior and milk production were affected by electrical shocks below adopted standards were investigated on 12 farms in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Min- nesota. Milk production per cow was determined from daily tank-weight pickup and number of cows milked. Number of transient events, transients, voltage p-p, waveform phase angle degree, sags, and sag-Vrms were measured from event recorders plugged into milk house wall outlets. Data from 1705 cows and 939 data points were analyzed by multiherd least-squares multiple regression and SAS-ANOVA statistical programs. In ﬁve herds for 517 days, milk/cow/day decreased−0.0281 kg/transient event as transient events increased from 0 to 122/day (Pb0.02). Negative effects on milk/cow/day from event recorder measurements were signiﬁcant for eight independent electrical variables. Step-potential voltage and frequency of earth currents were measured by oscilloscope from metal plates grouted into the ﬂoor of milking stalls. Milk decreased as number of 3rd, 5th, 7th, 21st, 28th, and 42nd harmonics and the sum of triplen harmonics (3rd, 9th, 15th, 21st, 27th, 33rd, and 39th) increased/day (Pb0.003). Event recorder transient events were positively correlated with oscilloscope average V p-p event readings. Steps/min counted from videotapes of a dancing cow with no contact to metal in the barnyard were correlated with non-sinusoidal 8.1 to 14.6 mV p-p impulses recorded by oscilloscope for 5 min from EKG patches on legs. PUC standards and use of 500-Ohm resistors in test circuits underestimate effects of non-sinusoidal, higher frequency voltage/current common on rural power lines.
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The British Journal of Cancer and the Childhood Cancer Reasearch Group issued a very misleading Press Release entitled: 'OVERHEAD POWERLINES DON'T RAISE LEUKAEMIA RISK IN CHILDREN'
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