Murderous Microwaves

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE

(By 2010, IEEE had over 395,000 members in 160 countries. Through its worldwide network of geographical units, publications, web services, and conferences, IEEE remains the world's largest technical professional association).

Back in 1983, before cell phones, before cordless phones, before Wi Fi, before antennas were everywhere and before our environment became polluted with microwave radiation and before many 'modern diseases' existed, a large book was published by the IEEE press. The book is 591 pages long and the title is 'Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation', Edited by John M. Osepchuk. The book goes into great detail and describes scientific research which showed many serious biological effects caused by exposure to electro magnetic radiation.

In 1983 the IEEE was obviously very concerned about the health effects of electro magnetic radiation, but what has happened since then? In the years since that time the IEEE has become the organization that sets the standards for electrical, electronic, wireless and microwave emitting equipment that is widely used and is polluting our homes, our businesses and our environment.

Many members of IEEE are earning large paycheques by designing and making equipment that we know is making people very ill. The IEEE appear to be ignoring the mass of scientific evidence which clearly shows serious adverse health and biological effects, caused by electro magnetic radiation. Significant adverse health effects are being caused by equipment operating at levels of exposure which are many times below the guidelines which they say are safe.

Have they lost their morals and sacrificed the health and safety of everyone, for their own profit? Are their actions criminal?

The story below shows the callous way that serious warnings by knowledgeable and concerned people are regarded and treated by the IEEE.

Martin Weatherall


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Note - Electro magnetic fields are linked to depression.

Martin Weatherall


Here's a comment from Don Maisch's book,

'In his review of the IEEE?s data-base, theoretical biophysicist Vladimir N. Binhi from the Russian Academy of Sciences wrote that the IEEE?s dismissal of non-thermal effects was essentially based on flawed reasoning. According to Binhi, the IEEE incorrectly considered non-thermal effects as not possible since they contradict the known laws of physics and evidence for such effects are simply artefacts since they are not replicated in other labs. Where they have been replicated, IEEE considered that they had no significance for human health. Binhi analysed the IEEE data-base used as the rationale for the IEEE standard. Although it contained over 1300 references, a discrepancy is seen between the number of non-thermal papers sited in the IEEE standard compared to a 2005 Swedish review of research on non-thermal biological effects of microwaves. This review, by Igor Belyaev, included 115 references for peer reviewed and published non-thermal research papers, of which only about 25% are referenced by IEEE?s RF/MW standard. Another 85 recently published papers, most showing non-thermal effects, were not included in the references for the IEEE standard. Given this discrepancy, Binhi stated that 'consumers of the electromagnetic safety standards might expect a more attentive and careful attitude to human health.'



Congratulations to Niek van het Wout and the citizens and officials at Alphen aan den Rijn in the Netherlands for pointing the finger at cell phone and WiFi radiation as being a major cause of deformations and early death in urban trees. Niek was just a concerned citizen who gathered photographic evidence from all over Europe and conducted simple experiments using an ordinary multimeter to collect information on the effects of the radiation on the electrophysiology of local trees. His results were sufficient to convince both myself and Andre van Lammeren of Wageningen University of the need for further investigation using Faraday cages with WiFi access points as the source of radiation. The work is still ongoing but the initial results show definite detrimental effects of WiFi radiation on the physiology of the trees under test. Their work was presented at a Symposium on Feb 18th, in which I also gave a lecture on the likely biochemical mechanisms underlying microwave damage in general and those on trees in particular. You can find a short article based on a transcript of this at


More information on the adverse effects of radio-frequency radiation on plants and trees can be found at


Try as they may, the cell phone operators cannot claim that these effects are on trees are psychosomatic. We are now finding out not just what the radiation is doing to plants and trees but also the mechanisms by which it does it. At least some of these mechanisms may also apply to humans.

Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy

Informant: Martin Weatherall


Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation

Girish Kumar



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