mesures des champs électromagnétiques, mesure de micro-ondes, danger santé micro-ondes

Archives Mensuelles: mars 2010


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Un document important de 48 pages par Dr. Ulrich Warnke (scientifique) – Disponible en 3 langues: français, anglais et allemand

An important 48 pages document from German researcher Dr. Ulrich Warnke. Available in 3 languages: French, English and German

Ein wichtiges 48 Seitiges Dokument, des Wissenschaftlers Dr. Ulrich Warnke. Verfügbar in 3 Sprachen: Französisch, Englisch und Deutsch

Dr. Ulrich Warnke (télécharger, download)

DES ABEILLES, DES OISEAUX ET DES HOMMES. La destruction de la nature par l’« électrosmog »

BEES, BIRDS AND MANKIND. Destroying Nature by ‘Electrosmog’

BIENEN, VÖGEL UND MENSCHEN. Die Zerstörung der Natur durch ‚Elektrosmog’


DNA And The Microwave Effect

DNA and the Microwave Effect
Dear Technical staff,
I am a private researcher based in Perth, Western Australia. I believe that the major contributing factor to the ‘microwave effect’ is actually a reciprocating Lorentz-force (force exerted on a charge-carrying substance in the presence of mutually perpendicular electric and magnetic fields – such as in a microwave) exerted on the uneven charge distribution of the DNA/RNA molecule. Thus providing a non-thermal explanation for this phenomenon. If that is the case, then the frequencies involved would almost certainly be very different to the conventional 2450 MHz, since the structures and the forces involved are so different. It would become a microscopic structural resonance issue, as opposed to a purely thermal or purely chemical effect. This would also explain the similarities between the microwave effect and the external-heating method.

Download the entire document: DNA and the microwave effect

Robert C. Kane – Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette

WWL: Are Cell Phones Dangerous?

Where We Live from WNPR – Connecticut Public Radio has aired on 16.03.2010 a show about cell phone dangers.

03/16/2010 – About 90% percent of Americans, and four billion people worldwide, use cell phones. There have been whispers about a link between cell phone use and brain cancer for decades. But while the state of Maine and the city of San Francisco consider requiring a warning label on cellular phones, the FCC and the mobile phone industry say there’s nothing to worry about. Today we’ll talk to experts on both sides of this divide and try to figure out just what the available data means. Is your cell phone a danger to you and those around you? What about cell towers and wi-fi? What about the FM radio you’re listening to right now?   *This episode was also produced by Jonathan McNicol Episode Audio 48:58 minutes (23.51 MB) Download this Episode

Prof. Dr. Olle Johansson during the show: “You’d need to hold a mobile phone kilometers away from your head to make it save!”

On the show:
Joshua Muscat
Professor of Public Health Sciences
– Penn State College of Medicine

B. Blake Levitt
An award-winning journalist who has specialized in medical and science writing for nearly two decades. She has researched the biological effects of nonionizing radiation since the late 1970’s. A former New York Times writer, she has written widely on medical issues for both the lay and professional audience. Her work has appeared in numerous national publications and has been translated into Russian and Chinese.

Dr. Olle Johansson
Associate Professor, Karolinska Institute
Department of Neuroscience – Karolinska Institute

Dr. Olle Johansson is an associate professor at the Department of Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute, and a professor at the Royal Institute of Technology-both located in Stockholm. Johansson investigates the health effects of modern, man-made electromagnetic fileds as well as the functional impairment electrohypersensitivity. Johansson is a leading expert in the biological effects of electromagnetic fields, and has appeared at the Maine Legislature’s Health and Human Services Committee to discuss the need for warning labels on cell phones.

Download entire show (mp3) (Click)

Second part of the interview with Prof. Dr. Olle Johansson is now available:

Second part of the interview (Click)

(Please, give us a hint, see (contact) if it isn’t available any more and we’ll make the file here available)

Image thermographique de la tête – téléphone portable

Image thermographique de la tête sans expositionImage thermographique de la tête sans exposition à des rayonnements nocifs de téléphone portable

Image thermographique de la tête avec portable

Image thermographique de la tête après un appel de 15 téléphoniques à la minute. Jaunes et rouges indiquent des zones de chauffage (thermique) des effets qui sont juste une question de temps pour causer des effets négatifs sur la santé. D’examiner de près dans les yeux et le front, impossible c’est juste d’appuyer le téléphone dans la tête!

Les Québécois, champions des cancers

Il y a urgence car nous serions le peuple le plus exposé aux champs magnétiques de

Portable radiographie  60 Hertz [50 Hertz en Europe] au monde. Heureusement, nous pouvons réduire notre exposition au moyen de plusieurs mesures abordables qui permettent d’atténuer les symptômes d’électrohypersensibilité
et de prévenir, voire de contribuer à guérir, les maladies.

par André Fauteux

Télécharge le dossier complet (10 pages – pdf) : 56 CEM urgence

Nous sommes spécialisés dans le domaine des ondes électromagnétiques hautes et basses fréquences qui proviennent en autre des sources : courant électrique, GSM, UMTS (3G), téléphonie portable, antenne-relais, Wifi, WiMAX, DECT, radar, satellite, Bluetooth, station de télécommunication sans fils, propose pour l’habitat et l’entreprise:

– des mesures et conseils sur sites

Rhône-Alpes, Genève et alentour, nous parlons française, anglais et allemande. Vous pouvez nous contacter par e-mail: microondes1@gmail.com

Heavy metal exposure in patients suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity

Study can be found here:


“Small amounts of mercury can be ingested from dental fillings.”

Not true, dental fillings are the major source of mercury toxin a human body:

In 1985, Vimy and Lorscheider, investigators from the University of Calgary in Canada [9,10] purported to show that patients with amalgams had an average intra-oral Hg concentration of 4.91 µg/m3 before chewing and up to 12.7 µg/m3 after chewing gum. They then determined that all these subjects received an average daily dose of 20 µg Hg from amalgam fillings, but those subjects with 12 or more occlusal amalgam surfaces received a daily Hg dose of 29 µg, many times higher than the recommended maximum daily Hg dose of some countries. Source: http://www.dentalwatch.org/hg/myths201.html Michael J. Wahl, D.D.S. (Doctor of Dental Surgery)

Norway, Denmark and Sweden don’t allow dental amalgams (mercury), they know for sure why!

“Venous blood samples collected to EDTA-K coated tubes (safety monovettes from Sarstedt) were refrigerated until analysis.”

Blood samples don’t tell much if anything about mercury levels inside a body, unless some additional chelation stuff, such DMPS is taken timely in order to flush heavy metals such as mercury from the body into the blood stream:

Unfortunately, mercury does not circulate freely in the blood stream or urine where it’s easier to find.  Therefore, conventional testing methods—such as a standard blood, urine or hair sample testing—do not detect mercury adequately, because that’s not where the mercury is accumulating.  Mercury resides in the tissues and you have to bring it out in order to measure it.

Source: http://www.mercout.com/pages.php?pageid=42

Personally I have lowered my EHS conditions with removal of all amalgams and detoxing for more then a year in order of magnitudes.

Because of the improper techniques that have been used within the study to reveal the levels of mercury/etc, it seems unfortunately completely worthless. It is hard to belief, the above scientific trained people couldn’t come up with something better?

So the question remains, who is behind this study, who sponsored it? Cui bono?