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Re-Inventing Wires: The Future of Landlines and Networks

A podcast of the event “Reinventing Wires: The Future of Landlines and Networks” held on

  • Senior Research Fellow, National Institute for Science, Law and Public Policy
  • Martin Pall, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences, Washington State University
  • Jim Turner, Esq., Partner, Swankin & Turner
  • Duncan Campbell, Esq., Radio Host, “Living Dialogues”

The report “Re-Inventing Wires: The Future of Landlines and Networks” can be found here. It explains that we do not have to be dependent on wireless to meet our needs.
The Author is Timothy Schoechle, PhD is a communications technology expert, international consultant in computer engineering and standardization, former faculty member of the University of Colorado, College of Engineering and Applied Science and Senior Research Fellow, National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy (NISLAPP).
The Publisher is the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy (NISLAPP) under the direction of Camilla Rees, MBA. NISLAPP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Washington, D.C. whose mission is to reconcile legal and scientific concerns in the formulation of intelligent, safe and sensible public policy.

Why We Think Cell Phones Are Safe: An Investigation

Animal Study on Cell Tower Radiation Confirms Cancer Link

World’s Largest Animal Study on Cell Tower Radiation Confirms Cancer Link

Scientists call on the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer to re-evaluate the carcinogenicity of cell phone radiation after the Ramazzini Institute and US government studies report finding the same unusual cancers.

Link to the Environmental Health article

Link to the Ramazzini Institute Study

Important review by Levitt and Lai on Biological Effects of Antennas

The objective of this paper is to review the existing studies of people living or working near cellular infrastructure and other pertinent studies that could apply to long-term, low-level radiofrequency radiation (RFR) exposures. Read the whole article here.