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Topics in 2016

News from the NTP Study In May 2016, after a considerable delay, first results were published of a study by the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) on the effects of long-term exposure of rats to mobile phone radiation. They confirmed what the mobile phone industry and its mercenaries in science have disputed as preposterous to reason until today: that a carcinogenic potential is inherent to mobile phone radiation. The authors of the NTP study openly admit that they themselves were surprised by this outcome of their research on mobile phone radiation.

Electrosensitivity: The Häublein case On February 13, 2013, the body of Carsten Häublein a former pastor from Ammertal, was recovered from the river Schlei in Schleswig-Holstein (Germany). Since 2006, pastor Häublein was strongly committed to have electrosensitivity regarded as an environmental illness. Prof. Franz Adlkofer published to the third anniversary of the death of Father Häublein this report.

Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 Professor Dariusz Leszczynski criticized in his report from the BioEM2015 mainly the lack of research with humans, which is imperative to find evidence of health risks from radiofrequency radiation, and the inability of science to find common ground when discussing controversial issues. The message from Australia goes far beyond this criticism. There they try to exclude critical science from the discussion.

Topics in 2015

Report from the BioEM2015 In his report on the BioEM2015, Leszczynski offers an insight into the current status of research. He demonstrates that a reliable judgement is still not possible on the potential risks of radiofrequency radiation on human health; he names the research approach that could achieve decisive progress, and criticizes the numerous wrong tracks that pretend to increase our knowledge of this subject.

Alexander Lerchl has met his Waterloo The long lasting attacks of Alexander Lerchl from the private Jacob University in Bremen on the results of the EU-funded REFLEX Study, have been brought to a sudden and dramatic end by the Hamburg district court ...

Painful lesson for Prof. Lerchl A painful lesson for the notorious slanderer Alexander Lerchl, and even more for industry and politics who used his expertise" for many years JBS Haldane, a great person and scientist, summarized ...

Topics in 2014

Elisabeth Kratochvil sues Alexander Lerchl Elisabeth Kratochvil sues Alexander Lerchl and the Laborjournal for defamation. The repeated allegation that she faked REFLEX results definitely oversteps the mark ...

Lectures from the Competence Initiative meeting Three lectures at the meeting in April 2014 provide evidence that the current protection of people from electromagnetic radiation is absolutely inadequate ...

Report from the BioEM 2014 Report from the BioEM 2014 Dariusz Leszczynski was invited by the Pandora Foundation to take part and to report on this conference ...

Hardell Project 2 The papers by Lennart Hardell and colleagues published in 2014 and listed below which owe their e...

Topics in 2013

Hardell: Brain tumour risk is increasing Hardell: Brain tumour risk is significantly increasing New results confirm an increase of the brain tumour risk through mobile phone radiation ...

Smear campaign against Lennart Hardell Smear campaign against Lennart Hardell With his campaign against Lennart Hardell from Orebro University Alexander Lerchl once more turns out to be an unscrupulous lobbyist ...

Hamburg District Court confirms REFLEX results In an open letter to Niels Kuster, a REFLEX participant, Alexander Lerchl repeats his allegation that the REFLEX results have been faked ...

Topics in 2012

Nina Lakhani: The jury is still out on health risk The journalist Lakhani summarized the consequences in an article in The Independent, a British daily of international reputation ...

STUK closes Leszczynski's research division Obviously the Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) will demonstrate that mobile phone radiation does not have any effects on human health ...

Lennart Hardell's answer to Alexander Lerchl Lerchl, also a member of the German Commission on Radiological Protection, started a new campaign and categorically rejects the results of Hardell"s epidemiological studies ...

Lennart Hardell's interim report In his report Hardell informs us on the overall status of epidemiological studies and the progres...

Institutional corruption Louis Slesin, editor of Microwave News, states in his obituary on Milton Zaret that it is nothing new when critics of the radiation technology are treated badly ...

Lennart Hardell reviewed the Danish Cohort Study Hardell and his colleagues checked the study as well as the conclusions drawn and published the outcome in the Reviews on Environmental Health ...

The exposure limits supposed to protect the people Invited by Lawrence Lessig from the Harvard Law School Franz Adlkofer held a lecture. An extended version is now available ...

Topics in 2011

Medical University of Vienna dealt with results Franz Adlkofer and Karl Richter describe in detail how the attempt to delete important research results on biological effects of mobile phone radiation finally failed ...

IARC classification "possibly carcinonegic" Comment on the classification of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields by the International Agency for Research on Cancer ...

Final Report of the Mastbruch Project A year after the pilot study started we can inform you on the outcome ...

Maisch on how cell phone research is controlled Don Maisch describes the involvement of politics and industry in cell phone research in Australia ...

Topics in 2010

Review of a research project carried out by Lerchl Does government-funded research help to play down the possible health risks of mobile phone radiation?

Genotoxic effects of mobile phone radiation Quite a while after the end of the REFLEX Study, which provided evidence of DNA damaging effects, the German Commission on Radiological Protection gives its view ...

Review of the AKR/J-Project by Lerchl A critical commentary by Franz Adlkofer. "Influence of low and high frequency electromagnetic fields on spontaneous leukaemia in AKR/J mice" and "in vivo experiments on exposure to the high frequency electromagnetic fields of mobile telecommunication ...