Potential Health Impacts of Wireless Facilities

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From: Magda Havas
Sent: Friday, April 09, 2010 12:48 AM
Subject: Fwd: SF Wireless Resolution Signed by Mayor

Great News from Doug Loranger.

From: Doug Loranger
Date: April 8, 2010 5:25:42 PM EDT (CA) To: loranger@sfo.com Subject: SF Wireless Resolution Signed by Mayor

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors' Resolution on the potential health impacts of wireless facilities that was unanimously passed on March 23 has been signed by Mayor Newsom and is now available on the City's website:

Potential Health Impacts of Wireless Facilities


We will be posting it to the CLOUT website ( http://www.cloutnow.org ) as well in the near future.

Informant: Iris Atzmon


Striking a balance on wireless facilities

Comment to above story:

wirelesswatch July 02, 2010 at 7:57AM

On it's face, the 1996 telecommunications act is unconstitutional, a cover-up and a license to kill. The telecoms are shielded from "health concerns" as a valid consideration when challenging the location of a cell tower. Free speech? We don't use it anyway. "Health Concerns" why? What do they know and when did they know it? The Government and the Military have known for over 50 years that radio frequency is harmful to all biological systems. Bees, bats, humans, plants and trees are all affected by it. While people complain about cell towers going in next to schools we allow the school board to install wi fi in all the schools and irradiate our kids for 6-7 hours each day before they go home and let their parents finish the job with DECT portable phones, wi fi and Wii's. A tsunami of cancers and early alzheimer's await our kids while the Portland School Board won't even consider adding to the health curriculum information on "safer" cell phone use and the dangers of wireless technology. We teach about alcohol, tobacco, drugs and safe sex but not about cell phone use. Young people under the age of 20 are 420% more at risk of forming brain tumors because of their soft skulls, brain size and cell turn over time. We are in a wireless trance and many scientists are in a state of panic as they see this thing expand with no safety testing or public education programs in place.

wirelesswatch July 02, 2010 at 9:11AM

Barrie Trower: Cell Phone Tower Radiation Dangers Deception

Barrie Trower: In Sir William Stewart?s report page 113, frequencies between 300 MHz and 300 GHz are defines as microwaves. This is in line with the International Commission?s definition of microwaves as defined in 1998. Therefore everything discussed in this report is in the microwave frequency.

Microwaves react very differently in our water-based bodies to radio waves. The term ?Radio Frequency? is often used to describe microwaves based communication systems. It is important that the term ?Radio Frequency? is not associated with Radio Waves, but associated with microwaves. Microwaves are used by the communications industry because they are more penetrative than radio waves.

The Stewart Report 2004 asks that anecdotal evidence be taken seriously in the absence of long-term epidemiological studies, concerning illnesses around the area of mobile phone transmitters. Such anecdotal evidence produced July 2002 refers to 92 cases of cancer around just 19 mobile phone transmitters. Other illnesses on the same paper refer to breast cancers, thyroid, bowel and blood problems. Another report dated November 2003 titled ?School References (school and cell tower antennas)? from 138 schools lists miscarriages, brain tumours, cancers, breast cancers and teachers ill within this report. One single school had transmitters on its roof in the Saint-Cyr-l?Ecole quarter of France where 8 cases of cancer were confirmed among children in the district. Common sense dictates that if you surround the school with mobile transmitters, the children will be able to use their mobile phones in school, this obviously exacerbates the problem of surrounding the children with microwave radiation.

The Stewart Report on page 63, section 4.1.1 recommends ?..RF fields to which the public will be exposed will be kept to the lowest practical level that will be commensurate with the system?.

The same page the Stewart Group recommend?.. Base Stations sited within school grounds that the beam of greatest intensity should not fall on any part of the school grounds or buildings without agreement from the school and parents. Similar considerations should apply to macro base stations sited near school grounds.

Doctor Gerd Oberfeld, published a report dated November and December 2004, titled ?Putting Cellphone Antennas near schools is too Risky?. This report states:?..with respect to negative health effects on people living in close proximity to cell phone towers, there are three different epidemiological studies including our recent study. All of them found statistically significant relationships between exposure to radiation and health effects. Two of the studies did measurements in subject?s bedrooms and found significant increases in stress related symptoms as well and neurological symptoms?. Also depression, fatigue, sleep disorders and concentration difficulty were found. These symptoms were related to exposure levels, not distance from the antennas. A recent research project called EU-Reflex or European Union Risk Evaluation of Potential Environmental Hazards from Low Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure using sensitive in Vitro Methods shows that cells exposed to cell phone radiation exhibit chromosomal damage well below the exposure guidelines of the W.H.O.

Barrie Trower

Informant: Martin Weatherall


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