Betreff: Effects of GSM - mobile phone base stations on the lifetime of a population
Von: Tom Unrelated
Datum: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 14:11:15 +0200

An Austrian scientist compared live time of people in a small village
with mobile phone base station since 10 years and another pretty close
which hasn't any masts. But besides that the same environment, only a
few kilometers apart.

Shocking outcome, 10 years less to live for those with mobile phone
base station! Wonder if this analyze couldn't be easily made anywhere,
if you have small villages close one without and one with.

Univ.-Doz. Dr. Ferdinand Ruzicka (University Wien (Austria)), who made
the studie is living in the small village with the mobile masts. (Original document
(Microsoft Word) German) (translation, with a few hand edited words):

Effects of GSM - portable radio basis stations on the lifetime of a population

Univ.-Doz. Dr. Ferdinand Ruzicka
Zytophysikali basic research -

Vienna 2007

I could determine the negative effect of the portable radio in
Engelhartstetten on the middle live time statistically. In
Engelhartstetten there is for ten years GSM mobile base station, at
present with a maximum total emission from up to 4379 W/m (April
2007) *. in Loimersdorf approx. three kilometers far away gives it no
mobile base station - only again in the next place Kopfstetten already
held where UMTS introduction (fig.1 and fig. 2). In Loimersdorf I
could measure a total emission of 0,6 W/m (April 2007) *. A mobile
phone receipt is only conditionally possible!

[Air picture of Engelhartstetten]
Illustration 2 portable radio in Engelhartstetten 2004; (1) =
municipality-own silos with transmitters; (2) = depot silo with


Parish Engelhartstetten - Loimersdorf - originate Stopfenreuth
11.Jhg./Nr.31 to 14 from the news sheets of the Pfarrverbandes. Jhg../

Results and discussion

compares one the middle live time of the inhabitants Engelhartstettens
after ten years portable radio, a village with several mobile base
station transmitters of at the end of of 2004 until March 2007, which
to for this period 70.7 3.6 years (women:men = 79:21%),
with which middle live time of the inhabitants of Loimersdorf
without mobile base station amounted to 80.8 1.78 years
(women:me = 50:50%), tunes the result already thoughtfully,
particularly there Loimersdorf only three kilometers far away lies and
the same population structure and the same other environmental impacts
exhibits. The difference is the mobile base station load. The result is
statistically even very significant (probability of mistake < 0,001) !

Apart from the fact that the inhabitants with mobile base station load had
died, show on the average ten years in former times as without
mobile base station load this forced upon field test also that in
Engelhartstetten women were four times more strongly concerned as men
however five years longer lived than men. In Loimersdorf in the
observation period directly many women and men had died, however women
lived there eight years longer.
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Now if we could find more villages like those and find more evidence
for this dramatic outcome, though DECT/WLAN exposure has to be taken
into account, this would be some data which would get the mobile
telecommunication industry into serious trouble.