Newsletter (04 December 2003)

Re: From Denmark

*  Time was used to mention Salford's qualifications as an entertainer.

(Anyway his findings on EMF effects on the BBB were also confirmed by others).


Dr. Neil Cherry, (May 2000). "My problem is that there is so much research that shows adverse biological and health effects, but there is a concerted campaign to ignore, discredit or attack the messengers.”

Dr. Neil Cherry (27 Oct. 2000) “Leif Salford’s research on microwaves and the Blood Brain Barrier is probably very relevant. The BBB protects the brain from toxins and viruses. About 2 minutes on a cell phone can open the BBB and allow toxins, including prions, into the brain”.

Dr. Neil Cherry. University of Lincoln (February 5, 2000) “Since our brains detect and use very low frequency signals from the Schumann Resonances, which have a mean intensity of about 0.0000001 microwatts/sq. cm. (0.1 picowatts/sq. cm.), it is not surprising that at exposures which are millions of times higher, there is increased brain cell damage and an increased risk of brain tumor in a dose-response manner. This kind of result is indicative of cause and effect.”


"THOUSANDS of civil servants have been warned by their union to stop using mobile phones amid fears they could be damaging their health."

Union leader Barry Reamsbottom said: “We are probably the first union to warn all its members against using mobile phones”. "We are simply saying medical opinion is still divided over the possible health implications of long term usage."

"Our message is, 'Don't gamble With Your Health'."

Dr. George Carlo (October 1999). “The most important measures of consumer protection are missing: complete and honest factual information to allow informed judgement by consumers about assumption of risk; the direct tracking and monitoring of what happens to consumers who use wireless phones; and, the monitoring of changes in the technology that could impact health”.

Dr. George Carlo. (October 1999). “I am especially concerned about what appear to be actions by a segment of the industry to conscript the FCC, the FDA and The World Health Organization with them in following a non-effectual course that will likely result in a regulatory and consumer backlash."


Accepted World Health Organization guidelines: means to heat one degree a dead mass of “sugar-salt-water”?

Don't gamble with our health!

Sunday, November 30, 2003 12:15 PM

Subject: Protesters topple mobile phone masts 03/11/30/ixhome.html

Protesters topple mobile phone masts as health scare spreads

By Daniel Foggo

(Filed: 30/11/2003)

Activists have begun tearing down mobile-phone masts around the country, as public concern over the health impact of the radiation they emit continues to grow.

The destruction of the masts - as many as four in a single week - signals a dramatic stepping up of the campaign to stop them being placed on top of, or close to, people's houses.

Earlier this month, masts were brought down at Wishaw and Dudley in the West Midlands, Crosby in Merseyside and Tiverton in Devon. At least four have also been brought down in Northern Ireland in recent months.

Lisa Oldham, the director of Mast Sanity, a group that campaigns against the masts being sited close to communities, said: "We don't condone the use of criminal acts to bring down the masts, but this does suggest the level of protest against them.

"We are swamped with people protesting about them. There are thousands of groups trying to get masts moved or trying to prevent new ones being placed near their homes."

At Wishaw, a village near Sutton Coldfield, a 74ft mobile mast was pulled down in the early hours of November 6 by a protester using a rope and haulage equipment. The mast, which was put up 10 years ago on a narrow patch of land between a field and a livery yard, has been blamed for causing a cluster of cancers in the area.

Among those living in the 18 houses within a 500-yard radius of the mast there are 20 cases of serious illness, including cancers of the breast, prostate, bladder, lung. One man is dying of motor neurone disease. Many of the people affected are in their thirties and forties.

Since the mast was toppled, residents have refused to let the network provider, T-Mobile, replace it and the situation has now developed into an uneasy stand-off.

Eileen O'Connor, who lives within 300 yards of where the mast used to stand, had breast cancer two years ago at the age of 38. She noticed that many of her neighbours were attending her hospital with similar problems and set up Sutton Coldfield Residents Against Masts (Scram).

"We have absolutely no idea who took the mast down, and obviously it was a dangerous and inadvisable thing to do," said Mrs O'Connor, who runs an internet advertising business. She and her children, who also suffered ill-effects, sleep under copper-mesh "mosquito nets" in an effort to deflect any mobile phone radiation.

"The first I knew about it was when I looked out of my window in the morning and couldn't see the mast. Apparently the company said that they lost the signal at 12.30am. Someone had unbolted the mast and pulled it over using a rope."

Clare Villanueva, a solicitor and Scram campaigner in Wishaw, has written to Crown Castle, the company that owns the land on which the mast stood, saying that it cannot legally gain access to the site to replace the mast because its path crosses someone else's land.

Residents are now carrying out a 24-hour vigil to ensure that a new mast is not set up, and both sides are paying for security guards to patrol the borders of the land. The locals have suggested an alternative location away from habitation for T-Mobile to use, but this has been rejected by the company.

A spokesman for T-Mobile said that the police had been called to investigate. "It defies belief that nobody in Wishaw noticed when the mast was coming down," he said.

A spokesman for the Mobile Operators' Association, which represents the five network providers on health and planning issues, said that all its members operated within accepted World Health Organisation guidelines for radiation emissions and there was no proof that masts caused health problems.

She added: "The number of masts being brought down is very small in the overall scheme of things. However, it is certainly worrying that people are taking direct action, because they could seriously hurt or even kill themselves."

Information: Dr Miguel Muntané


Orwellian eyes

"Flying to Atlanta? Seat sensors can tell pilots if a passenger has a deadly blood clot or is planning to hijack the plane. Pet dog missing? Apple co-founder Stephen Wozniak knows where it is. Skipping the car's emission testing or registration, or canceling the insurance? The Department of Motor Vehicles is watching. ... RFIDs already are a part of electronic vehicle identification systems used for access to military bases, airports, gated communities, hospitals, state parks and country clubs. That same technology now can be used to alert government agencies to a host of law-breaking activities."

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Hollywood speaks out

Not an emf story, but imagine what their views could be like after they realise what EMF has been doing compared to these reactions.

Informant: Gotemf


Mercury A Growing Scourge


Greenpeace: Threatened Amazon activists need your urgent help!

Greenpeace Forest Campaign Urgent Update

Three hundred loggers from Porto de Moz in the Amazon surrounded the Greenpeace vessel MV Arctic Sunrise earlier this week, and local forest activists were threatened with attacks that sent them fleeing for sanctuary. As of today the situation is still highly dangerous. We need your help to strengthen the support of Brazil's federal government.