Resonance Beings Of Frequency from James Russel 1:29 minutes
Is a sensational eye opening documentary which reveals the harm we are doing by existing in an ocean of man made wireless frequencies. The film examines 60 years of scientific research, to uncover for the very first time, the actual mechanisms by which mobile phone technology can cause cancer. And, how every single one of us is reacting to the biggest change in environment this planet has ever seen. Two billion years ago life first arrived on this planet; a planet, which was filled with a natural frequency. As life slowly evolved, it did so surrounded by this frequency. and Inevitably, it began tuning in. By the time mankind arrived on earth an incredible relationship had been struck; a relationship that science is just beginning to comprehend. Research is showing that being exposed to this frequency is absolutely integral to us. It controls our mental and physical health, it synchronises our circadian rhythms, and it aids our immune system and improves our sense of wellbeing. Not only are we surrounded by natural frequencies, our bodies are filled with them too. Our cells communicate using electro magnetic frequencies. Our brain emits a constant stream of frequencies and our DNA delivers instructions, using frequency waves. Without them we couldn't exist for more than a second. This delicate balance has taken billions of years to perfect. But over the last 25 years the harmony has been disturbed. and disturbed dramatically. Mankind has submerged itself in an ocean of artificial frequencies. They are all around us, filling the air and drowning out the earth's natural resonance. To the naked eye the planet appears to be the same. But at a cellular level it is the biggest change that life on earth has endured; the affects of which we are just starting to see and feel.
WiFi causes heart problems, headaches and other neurological disorders in children. Canadian Documentary exposes the truth
Take Back Your Power By Steben Soll, Steven Miko Burns and Joceylne Chaput
Iis a hard-hitting documentary film which exposes a technocratic agenda of control, and offers solutions for co-creating a better future. Based in BC, the film brings insight from throughout North America, Europe and the world - with expert researchers, insiders, politicians, doctors, and those affected by smart meter radiation. Exposed: 'big brother' corporate-government shennanigans, the real reason for huge energy cost increases, what's behind the health dangers, and more.
Disconnect trailer from Kevin Kunze
Disconnect is a feature-length documentary on cell phones and the long-term health effects. Through research and interviews with the world’s leading doctors, scientists, politicians, and industry innovators; Disconnect traces the rise of an unregulated industry and unveils the corrosive relationships that have corrupted corporate responsibility. The film includes interviews with doctors, researchers, and professors from Yale, Harvard, Stanford, USC, UCLA, UCSF, UC Berkeley, as well as the World Health Organization, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and the Environmental Protection Agency. Additionally, the film provides a balanced perspective with views from experts who shaped the telecommunication industry including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Virgin Mobile founder Richard Branson, and the inventor of the cell phone, Martin Cooper. Disconnect analyzes the aggressive lobbying efforts to prevent cell phone safety legislation with accounts from the Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, the former Israeli Minister of Science, Ophir Pines-Paz, California State Senators Leland Yee and Mark Leno, and the former Mayor of Portland. The film also includes statements from Tim Ferriss, author of The Four-Hour Body, Devra Davis, author of Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Radiation, and international musician Steve Aoki.
FULL SIGNAL trailer from Talal Jabari
As our obsession with mobile technology has grown, an army of antenna have cropped up: behind houses, hidden in church bell towers, even disguised as trees. This crafted documentary cracks open the debate surrounding the global health risk they pose. "When I'm near a mobile phone, the burning goes through my entire body", "I have had cancer twice." Voices of anger emanate from a hyper-communicative concrete jungle. A city that rings with a million mobile phone calls, and which pulses with the invisible radioactive signals, which could be making you seriously ill. Whilst the industry will always be quick to dismiss the costs of the multi-billion dollar Telecom machine, leading scientists say more studies must be done: "This is the world's largest biological experiment ever". How can we explain the shocking rise in brain tumours, Lou Gehrig's disease, and Parkinsons, since the onset of GSM technology in 1997? Medical writer, Blake Levitt refers to thirteen studies which have shown that low level radiation exposure leads to "breaks in your DNA". Yet Doctor Slevin suggests just why findings are still inconclusive: "You should know who wrote the health standards - that is the Motorolas, and Nokias of the world". For those suffering from electro-hypersensitivity, the problem is patently clear. Like many, Mrs Grandlund-lind was left with no option but to shut herself away in a house in the middle of the woods; she loses the ability to speak if in the presence of a mobile phone for a few hours. Predictably, she was told she was mad. Yet Blake Levitt is adamant that "these people are our canaries in the coalmine at the moment. We have to listen to them". Those who aren't hyper-electro sensitive may be ever more at risk, happily living in an increasingly wireless society. When antennas went up on a neighbour's house, Evie's first thought was "I get a full signal, great!". Yet soon reports of "dizziness, inability to concentrate, disruption of menstrual cycles", came. In a village in Northern Israel, the effects were more severe. There was an unprecedented wave of cancer deaths, all in houses with giant antennae on top. Sue and her husband think that with the levels of radiation in their apartment, they may have a precedent-setting case to bring to court. But the question is always "where's the proof? Do you have to die of cancer first?" This documentary opens our eyes to a looming catastrophe for human health worldwide.
The Seletun Scientific Panel: Olle Johansson, PhD, Karolinska Institute, Chair, Adamantia Fragopoulou, Yuri Grigoriev, Lukas Margaritas, Lloyd Morgan, Elihu Richter, and Cindy Sage.
International Scientists Recommend Global Governments Adopt New Exposure Guidelines for Electromagnetic Radiation—Pointing to Biological Hazards and Risks to the Genetic Code from Unchecked Proliferation of Wireless Technologies. In this 18 minute video, Dr. Johansson, from Sweden's renowned Karolinska Institute, and Chair of the Seletun Scientific Panel, announces a consensus agreement among international scientists on the need to reduce EMF (electromagnetic field) exposures to the population. The paper has just been published in the journal, Reviews on Environmental Health. The Seletun Scientific Panel's recommendations are extremely important given the unchecked proliferation of wireless radiation over the past decade, such as from cell towers, wireless networks, wireless routers, and cell phones, as well as because of the plans by many ignorant governments to blanket neighborhoods in new, radiation-emitting utility 'smart' meters.
Digital Portable Phones and Microwave Radiation on the Electrosensitive Dr. Magda Havas, Dr. Bernhard Pollner, Elizabeth Kelley, Camilla Rees, Lisa Tally
Is Your Cell Phone Killing You? NZTV3 news story featuring 44 min
A Radiant Day - Part 1-5 Producer: NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting Company) & Brennpunkt show crew
Knowledge development on EMF & Health highly manipulated by industry - new book Devra Davis Prof. Dr. Devra Lee Davis, Prof. Henry Lai, Prof. Dr. med Franz Adlkofer
Reducing Cell Phone Risks Professor Alvaro Augusto de Salles, Ph.D.
Interphone Study Design Flaws Lloyd Morgan, BSc
Human health Effects With Ted Litovitz Physicist Physicist and EMR Researcher Informational documentary
Cell Phones & Cigarettes: What do they have in Common? Dr. Magda Havas, PhD
Electromagnetic Fields and Cancer Prof. Dr. Martin Blanc, MD, PhD
Cindy Sage Interview
The BioInitiative Report - Cindy Sage A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF)
Are Cell Phones Safe For Kids? Prof. Dr. Devra Lee Davis, Phd, MPH
PUBLIC EXPOSURE: DNA, Democracy and the 'Wireless Revolution' Mary Beth Brangan and Libby Kelley of the Council on Wireless Technology Impacts
Panorama - Wi-fi a warning signal BBC
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND HEALTH:
Exposure to electromagnetic radiation has been documented to have major biological effects on living tissue. The exponential increase in the use of wireless technologies will most likely present serious, global public health consequences in the near future. Despite mounting evidence of severe health effects, the scientific facts are generally ignored by most governments. For pure commercial reasons, the telecom industry continues to refer to outdated and irrelevant safety standards, blissfully endorsed by their respective regulators. More than two thousands scientific studies have shown that radio frequency exposures, including microwaves, can cause changes in cell membrane function, cell communication, metabolism and activation of proto- oncogenes. Production of stress proteins is triggeredat exposure levels far below current regulatory limits. The resulting effects can include DNA breaks and chromosome aberrations, cell death including death of brain neurons, increased free-radical production, activation of the endogenous opioid system, cell stress and premature aging. Other documented effects are changes in brain function including memory loss, retarded learning, performance impairment in children, headaches and fatigue, sleep disorders, neurodegenerative conditions, reduction in melatonin secretion and cancers. Similar results have been found from exposure to power-frequency electro- magnetic radiation (50-60Hz), and a link between childhood leukaemia and exposure to high-voltage power lines is now widely accepted by the scientific community.
Current regulatory limits are falling. An overwhelming majority of the European Parliament recently voted for a set of changes based on health concerns associated with electromagnetic fields. In a resolution 4th September 2008, the European Parliament notes that “the limits on exposure to electromagnetic fields which have been set for the general public are obsolete”, “obviously take no account of developments in information and communication technologies”, and “do not address the issue of vulnerable groups, such as pregnant women, newborn babies and children.” These eye-opening statements are indeed remarkable. A few countries have already acted in line with sound precautionary principles. Russia and China have long ago implemented significantly stricter limits than most western countries, and Switzerland, Italy and Lichtenstein have acted unilaterally to protect their own populations from the health hazards of electromagnetic radiation.
I am honoured to welcome you to this International EMF Conference to be held in Norway, where participants will have a unique opportunity to meet some of the worldʼs foremost experts on biological effects of electromagnetic radiation. In the days following the conference, the scientists will start developing new biologically-based guidelines for human exposure limits to electromagnetic radiation. This is history in the making.
Sissel Halmøy Senior Advisor Norges Miljøvernforbund
09:00 Welcome address by Kurt Oddekalv, Norges Miljøvernforbund (Norway)
09:05 Welcome address by Anders Smith, The Norwegian Directorate of Health (Norway)
09:10 Introductory remarks by Eileen O’Connor, UK Radiation Research Trust (UK)
Session One - EMF effects on biological processes - part I
09:15 Chair: Devra Davis, founder of The Environmental Health Trust, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh (USA)
09:20 Electromagnetic Fields and Health. Olle Johansson, Professor, The Royal Institute of Technology, Associate Professor, The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm (Sweden)
09:45 Possible Mechanisms of EMF Bioeffects. Henry Lai, Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle (USA) Video
10:10 Intensity is not the only fundamental EMF measure: The Importance of Modulation for Production of Low Intensity Biological Effects. Carl F Blackman, PhD, former President of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, Raleigh (USA) Video
10:35 EMF-DNA Interactions in the Cellular Stress Response. Martin Blank, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York (USA) Video
11:00 Refreshment break
Session Two - EMF effects on biological processes - part II
11:20 Chair: Alex Swinkels,National Platform on Radiation Risks (Netherlands)
11:25 Evidence of Genotoxic Effects in Isolated Mammalian Cells after Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields (EMF). Franz Adlkofer, Professor, Executive Director and Member of the Board of the Verum-Foundation, Munich (Germany) Video, VerUm
11:50 Effects of EMF on Memory Function. Lukas H Margaritis, Professor, Department of Cell Biology and Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University of Athens, Athens (Greece) Video
12:15 Discussion and questions
Session Three – New biologically-based standards – the way forward to set exposure standards which protect public health
13:35 Precaution and Prevention in Protection against Occupational and Community Exposures to EMF. Elihu D Richter, Professor, Unit of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Medicine, Jerusalem (Israel)
14:00 SAR Simulations in the Head of Adults and Children: A Review and urgent Developments. Alvaro Augusto Almeida de Salles, PhD, Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul – UFRGS, Porto Alegre (Brazil) Video
14.25 Mobile phones, cordless phones and the risk for brain tumours. Fredrik Söderqvist, PhD, working at the department of Ocology, University Hospital Örebro, Sweden
14:50 Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields and Public Health: Existing Standards can not guarantee the Population's Safety. Anton Merkulov, MSc, Testing Laboratory, Centre for Electromagnetic Safety, Moscow (Russian Federation), and Yury Grigoriev, Professor, Dr of Med Sci, Chairman of Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Moscow (Russian Federation)
Franz Adlkofer (Germany), Professor, Dr. med., received his doctorate from the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry in Munich in 1965 and his post-doctoral education in internal medicine from the Free University of Berlin until 1976. From 1976 to 1992, Professor Adlkofer worked in the industry. Since 1992 he is Executive Director and since 2002 Member of the Board of VERUM - Foundation for Behaviour and Environment in Munich. His special interest concentrates on the investigation of diseases caused by behaviour and the environment. To investigate the biological effects of electromagnetic fields, Professor Adlkofer organized and co-ordinated the EU-funded research project REFLEX between 1999 and 2004. In addition, the VERUM Foundation promoted complementary research and sponsored numerous scientific workshops in this area. Professor Adlkofer is author and co-author of many scientific papers and presentations at national and international meetings.
Alvaro Augusto A. de Salles (Brazil), Professor, PhD, received his degree in electrical engineering from University College London, England. His research includes studies on solid-state phased array radar design, optical control of amplifiers and oscillators, and research and development on microwave and optical semiconductor devices and components. Since 1991 he has been with the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, where he is now an Associate Professor. His research interests are microwave and optoelectronic semiconductor devices, microwave planar antennas and components, mobile and wireless communications, and biological effects of non ionizing radiation. Professor de Salles has authored more than 50 papers in Brazilian and international journals and conferences. He is a founding member of the Brazilian Microwave and Optoelectronics Society, member of ICEMS, the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety, and a scientific and technical advisor for the EM Radiation Research Trust.
Fredrik Söderqvist (Sweden), PhD, is currently working at the Department of Oncology, University Hospital, Örebro, Sweden. After finishing a degree in public health in june 2005 at the Universaty of Örebro he was introduced to medical resaerch by Proffessor Lennart Hardell. Four years later he defended his thesis:Healthsymptoms and potential effects on the blood-brain and the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barriers associated with use of wireless telephones. During his studentship Frederik was also involved in the Hardell group's reporting of wireless phones and the risk for brain tumours.
Martin Blank (USA), Associate Professor, PhD, received a BS in Chemistry from City College of New York, a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Columbia University, New York, and a PhD in Colloid Science from Cambridge University, England. He has done research and taught for over 45 years in the Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics at Columbia University, where he is Associate Professor. He has had temporary academic appointments at leading universities and research centres in England, Israel, USA, Australia, USSR, Poland, India, Canada and Japan. He has broad industrial research experience. Working for the US Office of Naval Research, he developed a research program on Biomembrane Electrochemistry. He has consulted for private corporations and research agencies, and was recently invited to address the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil on Bioelectromagnetics research and biologically based safety standards. For the last 25 years he has focused on effects of electromagnetic fields on stress protein synthesis in cells and on ion and electron transport enzymes. He has published over 200 papers and reviews, as well as twelve edited books on electrical properties of biological systems. He was one of the organizers of the Bioinitiative working group, and a contributor to the BioInitiative Report. He edited a follow-up to the BioInitiative Report by the same authors, in the August 2009 issue of the journal Pathophysiology. He has been active in interdisciplinary biophysical sciences, including roles as Chairman of the Organic and Biological Division of the Electrochemical Society, President of the Bioelectrochemical Society, and President of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, USA.
Professor Yuri G. Grigoriev (Russia), Professor, Dr. of Med Sci., Chairman of the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, member of the Russian Academy of Electrical Engineering Sciences, member of the International Advisory Committee on WHO’s EMF Project, IEEE member and a permanent member of the US Bioelectromagnetic Society (BEMS). He is Deputy Chairman of the Radiobiology Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Academic of the Academy of Electrotechnical sciences of Russia, and a member of the board of the Journal of Radiation Biology and Ecology. He is a Major Researcher of the Federal Medical Biophysical Centre, FMBA, in Moscow. Since 1949, his scientific interests have been in the field of biological effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. His work has involved EMF RF exposure on the nervous system and the brain, using modern vestibular stimulation techniques. He has developed standards for RF exposure, and studied the influence on organisms of magnetic deprivation for more than 15 years. Professor Grigoriev has published more than 300 papers in peer-reviewed journals, and 15 books on biological effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, and extreme environmental physiology. More than 67 dissertations have been worked out and defended under his guidance. He was awarded the USSR State Scientific Prize in 1976.
Olle Johansson (Sweden), Associate Professor, PhD, is head of the Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, and Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, also in Stockholm, Sweden. His research focus has been to investigate health effects of modern, man-made electromagnetic fields as well as the functional impairment known as electrohypersensitivity. He introduced the term “screen dermatitis” to explain the cutaneous damages which subsequently caught the interest of occupational medicine, biophysics and biochemistry, as well as neuroscience and experimental dermatology. He has published more than 500 original articles, reviews, book chapters and conference reports within the field of basic and applied neuroscience, and participated in more than 300 congresses and symposia as an invited speaker. He is used as referee for a large number of scientific journals, and has on-going international scientific collaborations with many countries, including Japan, Brazil, India, Serbia, Germany and USA. His studies have been widely recognised in the public media, including newspapers, radio and TV as well as on the Internet, both nationally and internationally. He recently contributed a chapter in the BioInitiative Report entitled “Evidence for effects on the immune system”, which was recently updated in a Special Issue of the journal Pathophysiology entitled “Disturbance of the immune system by electromagnetic fields — A potentially underlying cause for cellular damage and tissue repair reduction which could lead to disease and impairment”.
Henry Lai (USA), PhD, is a Research Professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Washington in Seattle and an Honorary Professor of the Tropical Medicine Institute at Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. He received a B.Sc. (Hon.) in Physiology from McGill University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Washington. His research interests involve studying the biological effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields from extremely-low-frequency to radiofrequency, and the use of electromagnetic fields for the treatment of various diseases, such as malaria and cancer.
Lukas H. Margaritis (Greece), Professor, PhD, is currently assigned to the Department of Cell Biology and Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, Athens University. He received his PhD from Athens University, Department of Biology, and was a post-doctoral researcher and teaching assistant of cell biology at Harvard University, USA. He received training in high voltage electromagnetism at the University of Colorado National with a scholarship from the US National Institutes of Health. He has written two textbooks, including a comprehensive textbook on Cell Biology. He has represented Greek in EU’s Biotechnology programs, organized scientific symposia, and been a member of editorial board of the Int. J. Insect Morph. & Embryology. He is currently co-ordinator of the ERASMUS program with 33 European Universities, and has supervised both postgraduate and postdoctoral candidates. His current teaching activities cover cell biology, electron microscopy, biophysics and radiobiology, image analysis and processing, and computers in biology. Among his research interests are cellular and molecular biology and biochemistry during gene expression in a model cell system, erythrocyte membrane disorders, and effects of irradiation (lasers, UV, mobile phones) on the structure and function of cells and tissues.
Anton V. Merkulov (Russia), PhD, Biol. Sc received a MSc degree in telecommunication from the Politechnika Wroclawska, Wroclaw, Poland, in 1995 and a PhD in radiobiology and hygiene from the Burnazyan Federal Medical Biophysical Centre in Moscow, Russia. Currently he is the head of the Testing laboratory at the Centre for Electromagnetic Safety in Moscow. He has studied issues related to electromagnetic safety of human beings and ecosystems since 1996. His main area of interest is electromagnetic field dosimetry, hygienic and ecological standardization, and protection. Dr. Merkulov is author and co-author of more than 40 scientific papers and he took part in the development of two Russian hygienic standards – “Hygienic requirements for personal computers and work arrangement" and "Maximum permissible levels for the power frequency (50 Hz) magnetic field general public exposure".
Elihu D. Richter (Israel), Professor, MD, M.P.H., is Head of the Unit of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Community Medicine and Public Health in Jerusalem, Israel. Dr. Richter has led the unit for more than a decade. He has contributed original work in the fields of toxicology, environmental health, occupational safety, workers' rights and community health.
Carl F. Blackman (USA), PhD, received his doctorate in Biophysics in 1969, performed post-doctoral training at Brookhaven National Laboratory (1969-1970), and joined the EPA in 1970. He studied the complexities of electric and magnetic field interactions with biological systems (1970-1998, which included support from US DOE 1989-1998). He now performs research to examine molecular pathways revealed by microarray analyses that are expected to lead to mode-of-action information associated with the carcinogenic activity of classes of chemicals of environmental interest. Dr. Blackman is one of six founders of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (1978), served as president (1990), on the Editorial Board (14 years), and on the Board of Directors (2007-2010). He served on numerous national and international scientific committees, including the WHO and the International Agency for Research on Cancer. He has co-authored 58 peer-reviewed publications, 23 book chapters, 57 invited presentations, and 132 abstracts. He has reviewed grant applications for 17 organizations and manuscripts for 56 organizations. He is a member of the American Society for Cell Biology, American Society for Photobiology, the Biophysics Society, Bioelectromagnetics Society, European BioElectromagnetics Association, and the Society for In Vitro Biology.
Devra Lee Davis (USA) is a professor of epidemiology at the University of Pittsburg Graduate School of Public Health, and founder of The Environmental Health Trust. She earned a PhD in science studies at the University of Chicago and a M.P.H. in epidemiology from the University of John Hopkins. She has served on numerous governmental and international boards, and recently she wrote the book “The secret history on the war of cancer”.