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Interview with Jan-Rutger Schrader on ElectricSense.com

Eco-WiFi: The Low Radiation WiFi Router Is Now A Reality As a boy he was mad about computers. All he wanted to do was program. He’d be sat in front of the schools’ Commodore 64, then the cleaning lady would appear, saying ‘come on son, go outside to play’. Later on he was an early adopter of all the latest gadgets, cell phones, smart phones, Nintendo Wii… He graduated from the University of Twente in Holland with a PhD in electrical engineering. He got a job working for the research lab of a big multi-national designing electronic circuits for the latest generation of mobile phones. And...

Lloyd’s insurance company does not cover health damage caused by electromagnetic radiation

The Lloyd's of London and its underwriter CFC Underwriting Limited exclude any liability coverage for claims, “directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or contributed to by electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetism, radio waves or noise.” (Exclusion 32, page 7) EXCLUSIONS We will not a) make any payment on your behalf for any claim, or b) incur any costs and expenses, or c) reimburse you for any loss, damage, legal expenses, fees or costs sustained by you, or d) pay any medical expenses: GENERAL INSURANCE EXCLUSIONS: 32. Electromagnetic fields directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or contributed to by electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetism, radio...

WHO classifies electromagnetic fields as potentially carcinogenic

On 31 May 2011, after a week of meetings by 31 scientists from 14 different countries, the IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer), a division of the World Health Organisation WHO, announced in a press release that it will classify high-frequency electromagnetic fields (used by mobile telephony) in group 2b: 'possibly carcinogenic'. It does so mainly on the basis of Interphone and Hardell's research into brain tumours: glioma and auditory nerve tumours. In 2008, 237,913 new cases of brain tumours were recorded worldwide (2/3 of which concerned malignant gliomas). With this IARC statement, the WHO is leaving the dogma that...