She writes the following as a background description: "In this podcast episode, I am joined by Swedish Professor DR. OLLE JOHANSSON, former head of the Experimental Dermatology Unit and a neuroscientist at the world-renowned Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden
Today we are going to speak about Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMF’s) and the health implications of them. Where EMF’s can be found, and how we can protect ourselves and do something about this before it’s too late.
Dr. Johansson’s studies have been widely recognized in the media, including newspapers, radio, and TV, as well as on the Internet, both nationally and internationally. He has on-going international scientific collaborations with e.g. Japan, Brazil, South Africa, Serbia, Germany, the UK, and the USA.
Grab a cuppa, and listen in. Let us know your thoughts, and if you have any questions please comment below."
Technological singularity: Knowledge translation and ethics
Vivian L, Johansson O, "Technological singularity: Knowledge translation and ethics", Academia Letters 2021; Article 1988,
August Harvest (vs. EMF/RF/5G) — A Tribute to Professor Olle Johansson Celebrating His Birthday August 13th
I am soooo overwhelmed! You see, I have received the enclosed Birthday Celebration Surprise & Tribute from a fabulous team (Christine Zipps, Denise Rowland & Jennifer Wood, together with Patricia Burke & Brian Dobbs) surrounded by several of our dear colleagues as well as amazing children around the world, and many more in the background!
Since they have put such an enormous amount of work into it, I want to hereby help them spread their generous message and plea, and so now I do!
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Among the prominent guest they have have interviewed you find Pepe Escobar, Brazilian journalist and political analyst from the AsianTimes, Strategic Culture; Toby Young, UK, former Vanity Fair writer; Sir John Redwood, Member of the British Parliament; Gianluigi Paragone, Senatore della Repubblica Italiana; Alastair Crooke, British diplomat; Glenn Loury, former Harvard Professor, now at Brown University; Francis Boyle, human rights lawyer and Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois, College of Law; Norman Fenton, British mathematician who is currently Professor of Risk Information Management at Queen Mary University of London; Olavo de Carvalho, Brazilian philosopher; Alain de Benoist, French philosopher; and Konstantin Kisin, co-host of "Triggernometry" and stand-up comedian.
(*N.B. Since I do not speak the language, I can not vouch for the Italian translation, only for my own words in English.)
Olle Johansson, associate professor
Controversial 5G mast plan turned down
Eastern Daily Press
Plans for a 5G mobile phone mast that saw a village up in arms has been refused. North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has said the planned mast at...