Please distribute this YouTube link as widely as possible.
YouTube video exposes the workplace hazard to thousands of unsuspecting workers from radiofrequency (RF) radiation exposure at ?stealth? antenna sites. This is a seldom -discussed public health issue with implications for workers and their families, employers, building owners, and all FCC licensees including states and municipalities.
Scroll down the left side of the page to find the links to the segments in consecutive order.
?Evidence of Health Harm from Electromagnetic Radiation? ? Madga Havas PhD, Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University, Ontario, Canada.
Professor Havas?s research documents the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation and how this affects those with electrohypersensitivity. She discusses the response of diabetics, those with multiple sclerosis as well as the effects of this radiation on the nervous system and on the blood. http://www.magdahavas.org
?How Do You Know Who to Believe?? - Professor Jerry Phillips PhD, Director of the Science Learning Center and Professor Attendant of Chemistry at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO.
Professor Phillips is a researcher in cell biology and molecular biochemistry and author of numerous studies on the biological effects of exposure to electromagnetic radiation. His presentation focuses on interpreting studies that demonstrate opposing views on the biological and health effects from exposure to electromagnetic fields, and dealing with criticism from industry and others (AMA, ACS, and FDA).
THE installation of cellphone masts at three controversial sites is expected to be complete before the end of next week, says telco 2degrees.
Residents of Clovelly Road, Bucklands Beach, and Page Point in Mellons Bay ? and their supporters ? chained themselves to security fences a week ago in a bid to prevent the masts being put up while work was going ahead at a third site in Pigeon Mountain Road.
In this document, under "Recent Developments" the FCC recommends precaution for the use of cell phones as listed below. It is clear that the September 2009 Senate Hearings had an influence. Unfortunately this received no publicity that I am aware of and it should be front page news across the country.
Please forward this to interested parties and congratulations to those who participated at the Senate Hearing on Cell Phones last September.