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# Posted: 26 Jul 2012 15:06

In a new post on the Electric Forester blog, Roger Moller BSc.Ind.Eng. discusses whether knowing the precise level of EMR is important in adopting an ALARA approach.


In a leading article in the latest edition of The Mother Magazine (issue 53 July/August2012) Roger highlights

Electromagnetic Radiation : The Invisible Dangers In Your Home


(Subscribe in the US http://www.themothermagazine.org)/

In a follow-up article in issue 54 (available end August):

A Woman's Place - In The Kitchen

Roger details EMR hazards particular to the home kitchen and those who spend time there. The article will include an easy-to-read table of precautionary distances from everyday appliances and devices.


# Posted: 27 Jul 2012 11:14

I enjoyed reading the '145 Mobile Reassurances' on your website/ blog - as it is very true that mobile users won't listen to reason. I especially liked reason 38

' I'm glad people like Ben Goldarse tirelessly root out bad science'.

On the piece about problem children - and the children putting their hands to their foreheads when faced with bursts of radiaiton - I witnessed the same thing. I was in a doctors waiting room on two seperate occasions when other adults started using their phones. On that first time when I felt ill from the radiation I instinctively raised my hand to my forehead. I saw a child of about 18 months who was turned away from me do exactly the same thing and start to cry. On a different day - in the second incident - the child was about 3 or 4 - and started to scream loudly when another patient began talking on her phone - I was feeling nauseated and dizzy again as levels of radiation were high - all of the 10 or so adults in that room had mobiles, many were texting - all the phones were on.

When I eventually sasw the doctor I asked if the waiting room could be made a 'safe zone' as I told him about the children who were clearly distressed and I felt they were affected as I was by the levels of radiation in the room. Unfortunately there was no alternative space available, but even if the doctor had been able to do something - going against government guidelines that the radiation is safe - it would have been the hostility from the other patients which would have been the problem.

Even when their own children are being 'zapped' they won't see or hear the truth.

# Posted: 29 Jul 2012 22:31

I have repeatedly complained to the GPs at the local surgery about use of phones in the waiting. There is a single small notice in the entrance hall saying 'Please turn off your mobile phone' - it is ignored. There is a TV type screen in the waiting room with health information and every so often a message briefly appears - please turn off your mobile phone' It gets completely ignored. Most patients are far too busy texting or surfing the Internet. On the latest repeat prescription - 'Please let us have your mobile number so that we can send texts to you'!
I have measured levels [peak value] of 4 V/m there. Yes, it gives me a headache. GPs are incredibly ignorant about the harmful effects of the radiation.

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