Tips for Safe Cell Use – Or Are We Kidding Ourselves

  The cell phone industry has obscured the facts about RF radiation through lobbying and manipulating public opinion through its own biased research. If you look past the industry funded studies, it’s clear that cell phone radiation is not only dangerous but potentially lethal. Cell phones have only been used in such high volume for…

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Save our Children

  This sent by a loyal fan of Boil The Frog Slowly with his subtitle question: Next time you write out a check for your cell phone subscription, ask yourself if destroying another child like the one below is a desirable investment.      

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Emerging Risk Insights

  The Swiss Re SONAR report (systematic observation of notions associated with risk) features emerging risk topics which could impact the insurance industry in the future.  To make it easier to interpret and develop appropriate mitigation measures, topics are grouped by insurance business area, with a topic being allocated to the area that would potentially be…

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You’ll Love This! The Cure for Technology Fetishism?

  With a thin, light and completely wireless design, the noPhone acts as a surrogate to any smart mobile device, enabling you to always have a rectangle of smooth, cold plastic to clutch without forgoing any potential engagement with your direct environment. Never again experience the unsettling feeling of flesh on flesh when closing your hand. http://www.nophone.eu/…

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Katie Singer Joins the Show

  LISTEN Katie Singer, author of Electronic Silent Spring – Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits – joins Sebastian and Pat to discuss some key points in her book.     VISIT THE WEBSITE: http://www.electronicsilentspring.com  

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Swedish Neuroscientist Olle Johansson Warns Arizona’s Health Authorities About Smart Meter “Poisonous Snake”

  He blasts those who dismiss scientific research showing harm from wireless technologies, saying essentially that it only takes one poisonous snake to bite you, and there are thousands of studies now showing changes in biology- many harmful- from microwave radiation exposures- even at a relatively small dose.  That makes the ubiquitous and high powered…

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Google’s E-Tattoo on Your Neck?

  Hot off patenting some ridiculous hand gestures, Google has now made waves for an electronic version of a stick-on tattoo that could connect to a mobile device with, say, Bluetooth … We’re collectively at a strange point in our relationship with technology: Many of us have come to rely on gadgets so much that we’re simply not the same…

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Cell Phones, Bras, and Breast Cancer Risk

  The American Cancer Society weighs in and says …   Like other contributors to the Expert Voices blogs, I am occasionally asked to reply to questions from journalists about various cancer-related topics. The most recent question I received is whether it is true that women who carry a cell phone in their bras are…

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ICNIRP’s General Approach to Protection against Non Ionizing Radiation

  From Joel Moskowitz:   This statement about ICNIRP’s philosophy from 2002 is quite interesting if you haven’t seen it before. My thanks to electricalpollution.com for bringing this document to my attention. The document contains many interesting sections. Some assumptions and approaches are subject to criticism. Although ICNIRP discussed the need to protect vulnerable groups,…

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