Betreff: Radio interviews, (Olle Johansson, Magda Havas, etc) TV interviews etc.
Von: Agnes
Datum: Sun, 4 Jun 2006 03:23:02 +0100


Hi all.


We have been working hard at getting these interviews downloaded and converted to a form where they could be heard for as long as anyone wants (in other words for eternity)


This has now resulted in a new chapter on Mast-victims,

Where we have stached

So if anyone wants to use the commodity, it is here:

The audio links that we have got at this moment are listed below.

You might also want to look at our video section. Take the top link and you have the choice for all three.

Best regards.



Magda Havas 300506

Magda Havas, BSc, PhD, Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University, Ontario, Canada discusses low dose radiation health effects.
Format: MP3


Olle Johansson, MD associate professor in the Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuoscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden discusses new research about the dangers of exposure to radio frequency radiation from cell phones and wireless technologies.
Format: MP3

Olle Johansen: 250406


Die Mobilfunkanbieter erweitern ihre Kapazitäten, die Zahl der Sendemasten im Land steigt stetig. Schaden die Funkwellen der Gesundheit? Einen neuen Forschungsansatz hat der Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz (BUND) vorgestellt.
Programme link

Angst vor Strahlen (in German)


"Your Cell Phone is Dangerous" A Special Radio Interview with Dr. George Carlo by Dr. Catherine Saltzman and AchieveRadio.
Dr. George Carlo, Ph.D, M.S., J.D, head of the nonprofit Safe Wireless Initiative (SWI), was the former chief research scientist of the $28.5 million research program funded by the cell phone industry.
Format: MP3


Researcher Olle Johansson, MD, associate professor in the Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, discusses recent studies showing the adverse health effects of exposure to radio frequency radiation from wireless technologies. Activist Doug Loranger discusses his film Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco and community activism against citywide wireless broadband Internet access. Resources: EMFacts Consultancy (Australia).
Format: MP3


Dr. Neil Cherry, of the Environmental & Design Division of Lincoln Univ. in New Zealand, has been doing studies with very thorough research from many angles the effects of radio & microwave pollution.
Format: MP3