Adey papers on web site
New postings on our Research Page -
Two new articles from EMF Researcher W. Ross Adey, M.D.,
Professor of Physiology, Loma Linda University School of Medicine,
be published in upcoming issues of International Encyclopedia
Neuroscience, Third Edition; B. Smith and G. Adelman, editors.
Elsevier, New York.
"Electromagnetic fields, the modulation of brain tissue
A possible paradigm shift in biology." and
"Brain interactions with RF/microwave fields generated
by mobile phones."
League Endorses Legislation
RCR News- Suits, etc.
may fine carrier for site violation
By HEATHER FORSGREN WEAVER
May 19, 2003
WASHINGTON-The Federal Communications Commission has proposed
carrier for building a tower without seeking the proper authorization.
The FCC wants to fine Western Wireless Corp. $200,000 for
and continuing to operate a 180-foot tower in Medora, N.D.,
on a ridge
overlooking a historic area.
The proposed fine-known as a notice of apparent liability-is
time the FCC has enforced its historic preservation environmental
"Enforcement action, where necessary, will be an integral
part of this
approach as demonstrated by our action today," said FCC
Powell, referring to his recently announced environmental
In addition to the proposed monetary fine, the FCC also warned
that it must either stop operating the tower or bring the
compliance within 30 days. Finally, Western must file an environmental
The tower in question is a "visual intrusion" on
the Chateau de Mores
State Historic Site, the de Mores Packing Plant State Historic
Theodore Roosevelt Maltese Cross Cabin and the Peaceful Valley
Michael Simonson told the FCC in 1999. Simonson is the review
compliance coordinator for the State Historical Society of
The tower was built without getting the necessary FCC approval,
agency. The FCC has tried to work informally with Western
and the State
Historical Society of North Dakota all to no avail.
"We are currently reviewing the NAL and look forward
to resolving this
matter at the FCC. We are confident that our actions and continuing
service to the public is consistent with existing environmental
regulations and with the public interest," said Gene
vice president of regulatory affairs.
In other tower news, a federal appeals court heard more on
birds. The FCC is better suited to determine the cumulative
towers on migratory birds than individual licensees, the Forest
Conservation Council, the Friends of the Earth and the American
Conservancy told a federal appeals court last week.
"The FCC-not applicants for individual towers who now
[environmental assessments]-is best suited to assess the cumulative
impact of the tens of thousands of towers registered and soon
registered," said the groups in a filing at the U.S.
Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia Circuit.
The groups are trying to have the D.C. Circuit force the
undertake an environmental impact statement on whether migratory
are killed by flying into towers.
The research is not conclusive as to whether the towers kill
by the birds flying into them or whether the lighting-required
Federal Aviation Administration rules-for towers over 200
and then confuses the birds.
The groups were not impressed by a notice of proposed rule
FCC persists in its refusal to comply with (certain laws).
proposes an amorphous undefined, and yet to be issued `Notice
Inquiry' and to `clarify' the ESA's consultation process-a
daily by numerous agencies. It seeks to justify this continuing
violation of (the law) by arguing that it is under no deadline,
scientific uncertainty prevents compliance and that it has
important priorities. These arguments have no merit. In the
communications towers would continue to proliferate at a breakneck
pace," said the groups.
court pushes brain cancer suit to September
by BY JEFFREY SILVA
May 21, 2003 1:11 PM EST
WASHINGTON-The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has rescheduled
late September oral argument in the $800 million brain cancer
against Motorola Inc. and others. U.S. District Judge Catherine
Baltimore dismissed the lawsuit last fall.
Oral argument in Christopher Newmans appeal was to have taken
month. The court gave no reason for the change.
The 4th Circuit, located in Richmond, Va., also is handling
of five health-related, class-action lawsuits against the
industry that Blake threw out in March.
interference resolution likely drawn out
by HEATHER FORSGREN WEAVER
May 20, 2003 12:27 PM EST
ARLINGTON, Va.-It will probably take the Federal Communications
Commission until the end of the year to decide what to do
public-safety interference in the 800 MHz band, said Jill
counsel for the United Telecom Council.
If Lyons prediction is correct, it will mean that FCC will
with the thorny 800 MHz issue for more than two years, even
that it was on a fast track. Lyon made her comments during
issues panel at the annual conference of the National Spectrum
Association on Tuesday.
The latest wrinkle is that Motorola Inc. recently said interference
problems can be solved by technical modifications. This is
favored by Lyon's group of utilities and most mobile-phone
Nextel Communications Inc. and public-safety groups have
concern regarding the Motorola proposal.
Entire contents © 2003 Crain Communications, Inc.
Messages from Janet Newton, President The EMR Network
of the EMF
Dear K. RUDOLPH,
I have some cell culture microscopic photos, before the exposure
after the exposure of the EMF in the certain specific parameters:
think, if you are agree, it can be a good demonstration for
who like to see effects of the EMF by their eyes. If you want
publish, please inform me. For publishing there is no problem,
owner of the microscopic photos are mine. I had this microscopic
when I was working in the lab of the University of Hannover.
With my best regards.
Dr. S. GORGUN. (ITALY).
Omega: see: http://www.grn.es/electropolucio/gorgun230503.htm
notes of Cyril Smith on the topic An "Alternative Medicine"...
See the notes of Cyril Smith on the topic An "Alternative
of Mobile Phones from EMF-Omega-News from yesterday under
Videos in Berkeley, California
It appears that people are getting so attached to their cell
they have no concern of the possible health hazards of these
base station antennas. Many do not even know what base station
In order to educate the public, we have decided to show several
excellent videos in Berkeley, California in the next two weeks.
video is by a group in San Francisco, called SNAFU, which
Sprint in 2002. Now, they have a video called "Bad Reception"
their struggle in keeping Sprint out of their neighborhood.
will show two videos by Libby Kelley.
The videos will be shown in Berkeley. The schedule and locations
posted below. Of course, you folks are quite knowledgeable
frequency devices, but if you are in town, please join us.
are must see.
Main Albany Public Library, Edith Stein Room
Saturday, May 31st, 10:00 - 11:30 AM
1700 Shattuck Avenue (Upstairs), on the corner of Shattuck
Sunday, June 1st, 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Fertile Grounds Cafe
1796 Shattuck Avenue
Wednesday, June 4th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Coffee is on us!)
On the corner of Shattuck and Cedar
Sunday, June 8th, 4:30 - 6:00 PM
Message from Radi
planetary system interfaces
You may find these recent astrophysical and planetary images
thought provoking. Also, the notes on the Tesla tower/ionosphere
interface do not seem, however, to correspond to what Dr.
left as documentation - but are, nevertheless suggestive.
Your comments would be appreciated.