Saturday, February 26, 2011
The Seletun Scientific Panel recommends significant reduction of EMF exposure limits because of current scientific uncertainty and to protect the health of the vulnerable in society.
In November 2009, a number of prominent scientists met at Seletun, in Norway, to discuss their concerns about the proliferation of radiation-emitting technology and the effects on health that this was believed to be having.
They concluded that public exposure levels are too high, and that this leads to significant bio-effects, such as cancer, infertility, DNA damage, mood changes, concentration and learning problems, Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, sleep disruption and many other measures of health, disrupting the lives of millions of people. No account is taken of the synergistic effects of combinations of frequencies which could make these risks far worse.'
Posted by DotConnector at 11:10