* Effect of 50 Hz, 0.2 mT magnetic fields on RBC properties and heart functions of albino rats - Fears over mast's school site - Mother-to-be wins mast ruling - Health concerns over police masts - War against the Atmosphere - Chemtrails, HAARP, and Mass Mind Control (11/11/03)
Effect of 50 Hz, 0.2 mT magnetic fields on RBC properties and heart
functions of albino rats

Fadel M. Ali 1 *, Wael S. Mohamed 1, Mostafa R. Mohamed 2
1Biophysics Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt
2Physiology Department, Benha Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University,
Zagazig, Egypt

email: Fadel M. Ali (fadelali@frcu.eun.eg)

*Correspondence to Fadel M. Ali, Biophysics Department, Faculty of
Science, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.

osmotic fragility • dielectric relaxation • magnetic field effects • ECG
• hemoglobin • red blood cells • membrane structure • dielectric properties


In this work the effect of sinusoidal 50 Hz, 0.2 mT magnetic fields on
the red blood cells (RBCs) and heart functions of Albino rats were

Twenty-four male Albino rats were equally divided into four groups, A,
B, C, and D. Animals from groups B were continuously exposed to the
magnetic field for 15 days; and groups C and D, for 30 days. Group A was
used as control. Animals from group D were kept after exposure to the
magnetic field for a period of 45 days for delayed effect studies.

The osmotic fragility and shape of RBCs' membrane and hemoglobin (Hb)
structure tests were carried out for all groups. The dielectric
relaxation of Hb molecules was measured in the frequency range of 0.1-10
MHz and the dielectric increment (), relaxation time (), molecular
radius (r), and Cole-Cole parameter () were calculated for all groups.
The ECG was measured for all animals before and after exposure to the
magnetic field.

The results indicated that exposure of the animals to 50 Hz, 0.2 mT
magnetic fields resulted in the decrease of RBCs membrane elasticity and
permeability and changes in the molecular structure of Hb. The ECG of
the exposed animals was considerably altered.

The data also indicated that there was no sign of repair in the newly
generated RBCs structure and the ECG after removing the animals from the
magnetic field, which indicates that the blood generating system was
severely injured.

The injuries in the heart of the animals were attributed to the loss of
some physiological functions of the RBCs as a result of exposures of the
rats to the magnetic field.

Bioelectromagnetics 24:535-545, 2003. © 2003 Wiley-Liss, Inc.



Informant: Reinhard Rueckemann


Fears over mast's school site
Safety fears that led to a mobile phone mast being removed from an
university campus are now being raised at its new site near a school.

The mast, which belongs to mobile phone company O2, was taken down from
the university campus at Aberystwyth because staff were worried about
radiation emissions.

Three dishes will now be attached to the mast on land owned by Dwr Cymru
Welsh Water, just 200 metres from Penglais School in the town.

The mast will be used to transmit mobile phone signals for O2 and
Orange, as well as the new police radio system Tetra.

O2 was given permission to put up the dishes by Ceredigion Council's
planning committee last week.

But governors at the 1200-pupil school and councillors in the Llanbadarn
area of Aberystwyth are worried about the possible risks to health.

"The mast is only 200 metres from Penglais school and I am very
concerned about the health issues involved here," said school governor
and Llanbadarn county councillor Paul James.

Next week, a top scientist will tell a meeting at Llanbadarn next week
that new research reveals that third generation mobile phone base masts
can cause headaches and nausea.

Members of the public will be able to get more information about the new
mobile phone system from O2 and scientists Alan Preece and Michael Clark
at the meeting on 30 October.
Mr Preece, professor of medical physics at Bristol University, will give
information on new research in Holland which has revealed that radio
signals for third generation mobile phones can cause headaches and nausea.

The Dutch study found that a test group exposed to third generation
mobile base stations felt tingling sensations, suffered headaches and

But there was no negative impact from the signals for current mobile

Angela Johnson, O2s community relations manager, said that the
Aberystwyth mast would not immediately involve third generation
technology although it might in the future.

"We are aware of people's concerns but if there is a risk it is one that
people think is worth taking because there are 50 million people in the
UK who use mobile phones."

A spokesman for the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth said: "We
responded to health concerns voiced by staff working at the Penglais
campus by serving a notice to quit to O2 and the mast was removed in July."

Story from BBC NE



Mother-to-be wins mast ruling

A mother-to-be has won a High Court ruling over her fight against a
mobile phone mast which she fears threatens her family's health.

A judge ruled Jodie Phillips, 27, who is expecting her first baby in
January, was denied a fair opportunity to suggest an alternative site
for the mast built close to her home in Hambledon Road, Waterlooville,

Mr Justice Richards overruled a planning inspector's decision to give
approval for the mast, which is also near a nursery school, and said the
matter should be reconsidered.

Ms Phillips welcomed the ruling and said she was "quite devastated" that
the mast was already up and operating.

The judge said that public concern about health should be taken into
account if there was a choice of sites for a mast and that efforts had
to be made to find "the best location".

Government planners had already conceded the case and agreed to a rehearing.

The case came to court because Hutchison 3G (UK) Ltd, which erected the
mast even though the legality of the move was still under challenge,
decided to argue there was no procedural unfairness.

The judge rejected Hutchison's argument that the issue of alternative
sites was "an irrelevance".

Ms Phillips' husband Nick Smith, 31, said: "Taking a case like this to
court has been nerve-wracking for both of us but it feels so good to see
justice done.

"We thought the company was incredibly insensitive."

Hutchison was refused permission to appeal but is now considering asking
the appeal court itself to hear the case.

This judgment gives some hopes to residents by making it clear that
companies must look for the best places for their equipment - not just
spots that are most convenient for them
Jodie Phillips' solicitor Richard Buxton

Story from BBC NEWS:



Published: 2003/10/22 14:30:20 GMT



Health concerns over police masts
A couple say they are so concerned about radiation from a new police
radio mast they have abandoned the top floor of their house.

Hundreds of the new Terrestrial Trunked Radio (Tetra) masts are being
erected across Hampshire, Dorset and the Thames Valley part of a new
nationwide high-tech police radio system.

Mike Moulton and his wife Sheila say the new Tetra mast near their home
in Cowleaze, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, is making them feel ill.

They have abandoned their bedroom upstairs, and are sleeping in the
basement, further away from where they say the radiation is strongest.

Number of masts needed
Hampshire 120/130
Dorset 70
Thames Valley 120

"The mast became active on Friday and we found Friday night particularly
troublesome, we developed headaches and started feeling very unwell -
with a general feeling of lack of concentration," said Mr Moulton.

On Saturday, a public meeting was held in Liss, Hampshire after the
local council asked Airwave to take down two Tetra masts they had put up
without planning permission.
Airwave say as they have strict deadlines to erect the masts on behalf
of the police, they are justified in putting them up first and then
applying for planning permission afterwards.

Regulations about mobile phone masts do not apply to the Tetra
equipment, and some experts have raised concerns about the health effects.

Independent study

Tetra masts pulse at 17.6Hz, which is very close to the 16Hz frequency
the government's Independent Expert Group on Mobile Phones warns might
affect brain activity.

Some studies have suggested radio waves around this frequency could
cause calcium to leak from the brain, triggering damage to the nervous
and immune systems.

Around 120 masts will be needed for the system in Hampshire, and Airwave
MMO2, the company who are carrying out the work aim to have them all
installed by the end of November.

The 70 masts needed in Dorset have already been erected, and the system
was trialled at September's Labour Party Conference in Bournemouth.

In the Thames Valley, 120 Tetra masts have been installed and signed off
to the police.

A Home Office spokesman said they had carried out a comprehensive
research programme into the health and safety aspects of Airwave, and
that there were no discernable health risks associated with Tetra masts.

Story from BBC NEWS:

Informant: Robert Riedlinger


War against the Atmosphere
You would do well to join up with the people who are alarmed about and
acting against, CHEM-TRAILS.

Destroying the atmosphere has an electronic component and a chemical

Unfortunately, there aren't any meteorological chemists who have stepped
forward to enlighten us on the characteristics we can identify that
constitute, "WAR AGAINST THE ATMOSPHERE," and genocide policies that
place humanity at risk from electronic and chemical warfare.

: ) chai


Chemtrails, HAARP, and Mass Mind Control

Informant: Gale


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