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"Cell Tower Study Presents Controversial Findings"
Antigua and Barbuda Created: 26 Aug 2011
"Cell Tower Study Presents Controversial Findings"
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First, it is important to explain why Caribarena got considerably high readings on the cell towers, while this independent study got very low ones. In our study, as we clearly expressed in our articles, we used the IEMFA's Seletun Scientific limits for cell tower radiation. Skvarca, in his study, chose to use the “internationally accepted” ICNIRP guidelines.

The two are very different, but perhaps one needs some revision. The Council of Europe has stated that the ICNIRP guidelines have “serious limitations,” and that they need to be revised to take into account a lot of modern research. The ICNIRP guidelines only take into account thermal effects, and completely ignore all biological effects. This means that unless you are made physically hotter by the waves, there is nothing to worry about. This is crucially incorrect, as the Council of Europe has expressed.

http://www.caribarena.com/antigua/mobile/234-mobile/98202-cell-tower-study-presents-controversial-findings.html
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Source: Professor Olle Johansen/Agnes Ingvarsdottir

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