Newsletter (30 May 2004)
Information from Robert C. Kane
Perhaps the two short attached papers will be of some interest.
Robert C. Kane
Omega to find under:
A Possible Association Between Fetal/neonatal Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation and the Increased Incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Possible Deleterious Effects of Physiologically Significant Radiation Pressure Exposures
also to find under: http://www.buergerwelle.de/body_science.html
Changing traits since mobile phone infrastructure has been switched on
Other changing traits I have noticed since mobile phone infrastructure has been switched on, apart from road rage, are dog attacks. There seems to be at least one a month. Also the growing rate of heart attacks in the young and in children, arthritis, ditto.
The most widespread and clear cut development though has to be the huge leap in dementia sufferers, and this is also affecting people much younger. I have the Alzheimers Australia Report 2003 this claims that there is now an epidemic in Australia - and colleagues O/S say it is the same, at least in the US. I don't think that this is only due to the aging population either. The figures are: a 62% increase in the past decade!
Also: whale beachings in Australia, and the failure of many carrier pigeons both here and overseas to arrive at their destinations.
Sarah Benson (Sen L. Allison)
MICROWAVE HEARING - YEAR 1980: ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS "DECT" ARE PSYCHOLOGICAL ARMS
Russian Academy of Science: International Conference Mobile communication and Health: September 20-23, 2004, Moscow
WORLD WITHOUT WAVES
Rumsfeld bans camera phones
Chris Busby on Health Effects of DU
Tom Bearden remembers Gene Mallove
Watch What You Fast Arctic thaw is a sign of global warming
ALERT : Demand the "Filthy Three" Act Against Climate Change
Bush Pledges to Leave No Wild Forests Behind
Earth Crisis: Ocean Dead Zones and Soaring Climate Change
Climate change rises on global agenda
Global warming - press review
Bank of America sets new industry best practices for climate change and forest policies
America's Gasoline Dangerously Inexpensive
Largest Companies Taking Climate Change Into Account
The Day After Tomorrow
Canada, US Scientists Impatient for 'Slow Quake'
A shot in the dark
Tell the EU to clean up its act on illegal timber
Tell the UN that bottom trawling stinks
Administration considers speed, routing limits to save big whales
Approval of Bt11 Maize Endangers Humans and Livestock
Bio-remediation Without Caution
Pharm Crop Products In US Market
What happens to drugs when they leave our systems?
Undo Global Warming: Don't Wait Until The Day After Tomorrow
The Bush Administration and the Dismantling of Public Safeguards - Bush Administration's Assault of Public Safeguards
CLIMATE CHANGE WILL HAVE CATASTROPHIC EFFECT ON KEY RIVERS
Amazonia Deforestation to Escalate Due to Infrastructure Plans
Omega-News Collection 27. May 2004
Omega-News Collection 29. May 2004
150+ Groups Oppose Senate High-Level Waste Loophole, Extortion Plan
Informant: Teresa Binstock
www.buergerwelle.de , 29. May 2004