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Mobile mast sale hands National Grid £2.5bn
United Kingdom Created: 4 Apr 2007
National Grid today agreed to sell its mobile phone mast business for £2½ billion to the Australian bank Macquarie, the owner of Britain's second largest mast network, Arqiva.

The proceeds, more than the £2 billion or so expected, will be used to buy back £1.8 billion of National Grid shares. Its shares rose 9.5p to 808p minutes after it announced the deal.

The Grid announced plans to demerge the Wireless business last November. National Grid Wireless owns 5,000 mobile phone masts and 750 transmission towers for broadcasting television and radio channels in the UK, and is growing on the rising need for extra capacity from radio, television and mobile phone companies.

The demerger plan attracted several approaches for the business and led the company to postpone the demerger. It is thought that Blackstone, the US private equity group, was another contender. But it is likely Macquarie was able to offer more since it can make cost savings by combining its Arqiva business. The price is a healthy 19 times underlying earnings.

Steve Holliday, the Grid chief executive, said: "We are delighted with the outcome, which has secured an attractive premium for a great business which we have grown successfully."

He said he was confident that the sale delivered better value than a demerger would have done and would leave the company free to focus on US and UK electricity and gas distribution and transmission. He still aims to sell.the US mast business.

In the six months to September 2006, the Wireless business grew profits 17 per cent to £42 million. National Grid said in November that the wireless division was set for "double-digit growth".

National Grid bought the mast network from Crown Castle for £1.1 billion in 2004. The network included transmitters sold by the BBC in 1997.
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Source: The Times Online, Robert Lindsay, 3 Apr 2007

The vanishing robins: Do warmer winters make a redbreast a rare sight? Or is there a more sinister reason?
United Kingdom Created: 4 Apr 2007
The vanishing robins: warmer winters make a redbreast a rare sight
With their cheery song and endearing habit of perching on the handle of your spade, robins are guaranteed to brighten up the garden.
But thanks to the erratic weather, they are becoming a rarer sight.
Robin numbers are down by more than a third over the last ten years and have fallen by seven per cent in the last year alone.
Our gardens are also missing millions of other popular visitors, with numbers of song thrushes down two thirds on last year and blackbirds reduced by
a quarter.
Experts blame the decline on the unusually mild winter across the continent, leading to fewer songbirds migrating to the UK from Eastern Europe.
The warm weather has also created bumper fruit crops in hedgerows and woodlands - meaning that birds have less need to visit gardens for food.
And small birds are particularly vulnerable to the predations of crows and magpies - unlike wood pigeons and collared doves, which appear to be thriving.
The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch survey - an annual count by millions of householders over two days at the end of January - reveals that the house sparrow is still the most common species with an average of 4.4 birds per garden.
But its numbers have more than halved since the first Big Garden Bird Watch survey was carried out over a winter weekend in 1979.
Experts blame the decrease on the growing tend for ultra-tidy gardens in which borders and shrubs are replaced with patios and decking. Intensive agriculture and increased use of pesticides are also taking their toll, as are short mild winters, which mean that the grubs and insects which birds need to feed their young are not appearing at the right time.
Ruth Davis, of the RSPB, said: "The distribution of birds will change and they will adapt their behaviour.
"A snapshot in winter gives us only part of the picture, but the varying birds visiting our gardens is one example of the impact climate change is having on the natural world.
"Although the mild winter seems to have provided more food for songbirds in the countryside this year, as changes to our climate become more extreme, many birds will struggle to cope."
Before the recent cold snap, parts of England enjoyed March temperatures as high as 19C (66.2f).
The unseasonable temperatures followed a record-breaking 2006, which, with average temperatures of 9.7C (49.5f), was declared the hottest year since records began in 1659.
July was the warmest month on record, with 263 hours of sunshine and temperatures of 36.5C (97.7f), while a balmy autumn brought us the warmest-ever September. Gardeners are now finding that mowing the lawn is a year-round chore.
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Source: By FIONA MacRAE - Daily Mail

Mystery plague is wiping out bees, and still "EXPERTS" do not think Microwave Radiation!
United Kingdom Created: 4 Apr 2007
Mystery plague is wiping out bees, and still no-one thinks Microwave Radiation!
Millions of honeybees are being wiped out by disease – leading to fears of a shortage of home – produced honey.

Experts are baffled by the losses, reported to be 80 percent in some areas.
One possible culprit is Colony Collapse Disorder, a virus that has already caused a crisis in the U.S.
The Varroa Destructor parasite may also be to blame.

John Chapple, chairman of the London Beekeeper´s Association, says he has lost 30 of his 40 hives.
“The mortality rate is the highest in living memory and no-one seems to know what is behind it,” he added.

Losses of up to 15 percent each year are consideres to be normal.
But already this year, up to 30 percent of hives inspected by the National Bee Unit have been lost while in West Sussex the figure is eight out of ten hives.

However, many beekeepers have yet to check on their hives after the winter.

Officials at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs say the scale of the destruction could be massive.

People are only just starting to check their colonies, said a source.
“We think losses are going to be higher.”

Daily Mail 020407
Source: Agnes from the Daily Mail 020407 . sorry no link

WHO are they really trying to kid?? Experts Dampen Mobile Mast Health Fears! Oh Yeah!
United Kingdom Created: 3 Apr 2007
Experts dampen mobile mast health fears

Tinfoil hats unnecessary
That's the finding of a government-appointed expert group which examined the issue in detail, taking into account the fields generated by electricity lines as well as those emitted by mobiles and phone network masts.

The report from the expert group included the former co-ordinator of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) radiation and environmental health unit,
Dr Michael Repacholi, and Dr Eric van Rongen, scientific secretary of the Health Council of the Netherlands. It could allay some of the public's fears surrounding the siting of mobile phone masts and the use of the phones in general.

"So far no adverse short or long-term health effects have been found from exposure to the radiofrequency (RF) signals produced by mobile phones
and base station transmitters. RF signals have not been found to cause cancer," the report concluded.

However, the report did point out that more research was needed into the effects of RF fields on children and adolescents.

"There is no data available to suggest that the use of mobile phones by children is a health hazard.
However, in Sweden and the UK, the authorities recommend a precautionary approach to either minimise use (essential calls only) or minimise
exposure (by using a hands-free kit)," it said.

"In the Netherlands the use of mobile phones by children is not considered a problem. No research has found any adverse health effects from children using mobile phones, but more research on this issue has been recommended by WHO."

Mobile phone use was identified as a risk factor for only one section of the population; drivers.
"The only established adverse health effect associated with mobile phone use, (both hand-held and handsfree) is an increase in traffic accidents
when they are used while driving," the report said.

The expert group also looked at the condition known as electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS). The symptoms presented include headaches, sleeplessness, depression, skin and eye complaints, and are attributed by sufferers to EMF exposure. While the report authors acknowledged that
he symptoms were real, debilitating and required treatment, they could not establish a definite link between EMF exposure and the occurrence of EHS symptoms.

Monitoring the health effects of EMF in Ireland is currently the responsibility of the Department of Communications, Marine and Natural resources,
but this will transferred to the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government from 1 May, 2007.

The government is in the process of establishing a single state agency to deal with ionising radiation and non-ionising radiation, with the statutory
powers of the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland (RPII) due to be extended to not only cover ionising radiation, but the also non-ionising variety too.

Ionising radiation, such as that produced by X-rays, can occur naturally, as can non-ionising radiation, such as optical radiation, which includes ultraviolet
(UV), visible, infrared, and electromagnetic fields.

A national research programme is also being set up to look into the health effects of exposure to EMF.

And this is what they said in 2003:
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Source: By Ciara O'Brien, →

Mobile phone mast scuppered by £200 Citizen Epidemiology survey
United Kingdom Created: 3 Apr 2007
Mobile phone mast scuppered by £200 Citizen Epidemiology survey
Local Council votes Orange out three times; Orange not to appeal.
Orange has withdrawn its application to install a mobile phone transmitter in the tower of St. Michael's church in Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.
This unexpected development comes immediately after Green Audit (LLRC's scientific advisers) began a local health survey.

LLRC funds health questionnaire

Dr. Chris Busby of Green Audit said "We set out to discover the baseline of health before the microwave transmissions could begin.
We intended to do a follow-up survey after the mast went into operation."

The Low Level Radiation Campaign felt that this was an opportunity for sound epidemiology. Since the study population would be identical to the control, the only difference would be the microwave exposure. This approach would provide reliable data on the effects.

Funded by LLRC, Green Audit designed a questionnaire and distributed it to a sample of houses in the area. We have used this method to monitor the effects of radioactive contamination in other parts of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

In Aberystwyth the initial survey was to be followed up a few weeks after the mast began transmitting at full power. Green Audit also planned to measure local field intensities.


Local opposition to the transmitter was strong because St. Michael's church, where it was to be sited, is in a residential area and close to Castle Park, a popular children's playground and tourist attraction. There is evidence that living near such transmission antennae causes a range of health effects, from leukaemia and lymphoma to neurological symptoms like sleep disturbances, headaches, and depression. A paper outlining the scientific issues was sent to the local council (Ceredigion District Council) in September last year. The Council rejected the application three times.

Surprise rejection

The last rejection was a surprise development because it was expected that the applicants (Orange and the Rector of St. Michael's,
Reverend Stuart Bell whose church was in line to receive annual payments of £5000) would thereafter appeal to the Welsh Assembly Government in Cardiff. The Health Protection Agency would have advised that there was no measurable health threat, Orange would have won the appeal, and costs
in the region of £30,000 – 35,000 would have been awarded against Ceredigion District Council. But it looks as if Councillors had the courage to stand up to these bullying tactics.

Surprise retreat

Immediately following the commencement of the health survey, the Council has written to Green Audit to say that Orange and the Rector are not appealing; they have withdrawn the application.


This could be a useful precedent. LLRC does not usually address non-ionising radiation but this looks like a case where just a whiff of good epidemiology, independent of industry funding and reviewers' bias and backed up by the implicit threat that (as usual) we would go straight to the
press and the internet to release the results, has been enough to overcome the bad science that characterises radiation risk.

Chris Busby's recently published Wolves of Water, (which LLRC calls a Science Wars Combat Manual) has information about how and where we have used questionnaire surveys, like the Aberystwyth Orange study. see

The paper which Chris Busby and Roger Coghill sent to Ceredigion Councillors in September 2006 is on the LLRC website Scroll down to the Mobile phones button on the left and follow the links.

Background information on the Aberystwyth application from a September 2006 Cambrian News report —

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Do you recognize the symptoms? This is getting on his nerves!
United Kingdom Created: 2 Apr 2007
I get pains in head when near other peoples mobile phones - memory loss & confusion. Depression when in mobile phone "zone" . Researching & campaigning for nearly 2 years. Refs to papers & political refs.

Since a Mast was threatened to be put up in our local church, I have been researching and campaigning to find out about them. Since the prolific increase in 3G phones I have become increasingly intolerant to them suffering from severe head pains - like stabbing through my head with a long pin! crawling sensations, pressure and tender feelings at back of head, wave sensations through top of my head. I quickly become irritable to the point of explosion - I feel uncharacteristically aggressive. I was "zapped" by a mobile on an escalator coming out of the tube - when I got to the top I found myself walking repeatedly in a circle not knowing what exit to take - I take this journey every week. Another time waiting for overground train a person walked past me and I felt like I'd been given the most devastating news....until they passed (with their MOBILE) then I was fine again! It is not psychological - I am surprised when some phones do not effect me. I also get pains in my head a few seconds before calls come in on other people's phones. I tried walking away from a sitting mobile user and it took a distance of half a lampost distance before pain subsided. In the last few days I have had high pitched noises through my head constantly.

Refs. The Naila Report,
Santini Report
Dr Cherry Report, Reuters - Dr Rossini Mobile study (I'm sure you can get these by google)
Dutch report
The 3G Masts in UK are being put up by QuintelS4 a subsidiary of Quinetic Group (Military of Defence) two Iranian brothers Tchenguiz family are funding the Masts to the tune of £12million per year. This information comes from Company House and can be obtained for £3.
The University of Essex are testing mobiles for the government. At the same University they are researching on robotics and how man and machine interact
please pass on this information and help to spread the word...We need to keep up the Fight!!!

Mighty Slug

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Source: Agnes/Mighty Slug

Stars keep up pressure on phone mast company
United Kingdom Created: 29 Mar 2007
THE fight isn't over yet - that is the message from TV stars, residents and Lynne Featherstone MP to a mobile phone company (Hutchison 3G) wanting to erect a mast outside their homes.

Residents of five roads in Stroud Green - including actors Neil Morissey, Joe McGann and Cliff Parisi - have united and won the backing of the Hornsey and Wood Green MP against Hutchison 3G's plans to install a 13.5 metre-tall mobile phone mast on a covered reservoir in Mount View Road.

Although Hutchison 3G recently won its appeal to overturn Haringey Council's rejection of the mast and base station, residents remain against it.

At a demonstration by the proposed site on Sunday, residents from Mount View Road, Womersley Road, Ferme Park Road, Ossian Road and Mount Pleasant Villas were joined by Ms Featherstone to show their solidarity.

Robin Derham, co-ordinator of the Mount View and Womersley Roads Neighbourhood Group, said: "These masts are being foisted on communities against their wishes, and the 'precautionary approach' to their location - advocated in the Stewart Report - is simply not being observed.

"The whole process appears to be weighted against us, and the only chance of overturning the decision is by judicial review, which can be a cripplingly expensive gamble.

"Ordinary people should not have to suffer the burden of costs to defend the air around them."

A 250-signature petition has been gathered against the mast, which would sit in a conservation area if built, just 20 metres from the nearest homes and 200 metres from St Peter In Chains RC Primary School.

Ms Featherstone added: "Until we are 100 per cent certain of the effects on people's health, I fully support a precautionary approach. Masts should not be built within feet of people's bedrooms as will be the case here. The mast will also spoil one of Haringey's best views over the city.

"The fact that residents are being forced to launch an expensive court action shows yet again how unfair our planning system is for the people who will be most affected by new developments. It is a real case of David versus Goliath and developers cannot be allowed to get away with this."

As the mast has already been given Government approval through the planning inspector, it could be erected at any time.
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Source: Hornsey and Crouch End Journal,

Council blame for mast error
United Kingdom Created: 29 Mar 2007
RESIDENTS could be in line for a compensation payout after a council blunder led to a phone mast being erected close to their homes.

Despite initial denials, the council has admitted it missed a deadline to refuse mobile phone giant O2 permission to put up the mast in Markhouse Road, Walthamstow.

Epping Forest Council recently paid a total of £2,500 to ten residents in Waltham Abbey when it made the same mistake, but larger amounts have been awarded elsewhere.

In 2003 the Local Government Ombudsman ordered Swindon Council to pay seven families between £10,000 and £20,000 to compensate them for the decrease in value of their homes when an administration error meant a mast was installed nearby.

O2 was within its rights to erect the 15 foot mast in Markhouse Road and insist it will not be taken down.

A letter from the council apologising to residents has been delayed, suggesting the council is treading carefully with the possibility of legal action and a costly payout looming.

Residents were shocked when the mast appeared overnight just before Christmas and initially planned to seek an injunction preventing it being switched on. The plan was ditched, however, when it emerged there was no time to pursue the action.

Tony Alvaranga, 42, who can see the mast from his home in Samantha Close, said: "There was a commitment by the planning office to write to residents who had objected to the mast application - that commitment has not been met.

"I believe a first letter was withdrawn at the eleventh hour and another one was going to be sent, but until Monday we had not received it.

A council spokesman confirmed a letter of apology will be sent to residents and said the authority was currently assessing the implications of its mistake.
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Source: East London and West Essex Guardian, Jonathan Bunn, 29 Mar 2007

A disturbance in the field
United Kingdom Created: 29 Mar 2007
We can safely remove amalgam (silver/mercury) fillings and replace them with more aesthetically pleasing tooth coloured fillings. White fillings will make you feel and look healthier.

A disturbance in the field
Teeth can work like batteries. Metal in the mouth produces electrical fields around certain teeth which can produce many bizarre effects. American holistic dentist Hal Huggins used to show slides of teeth that had been cut open to show the scorch marks they contained where electrical currents had been running for many years.

This effect is hardly surprising when you consider that, with every filling in your mouth, there are two or more metals and a saltwater fluid medium (saliva). This is exactly how Allessandro Volta's original batteries were made, and the battery in your current motor-car is essentially the same thing.

The trouble starts because of the fact that electrical currents leach the mercury out of the teeth through an effect called 'electrolysis', where damage is due to the passage of galvanic (uni-directional) electrical current. This is why some patients complain of a constant metallic taste in the mouth, which is made worse by hot fluids and salty foods (as these create more electrolysis). Most worrying, electrolysis is capable of releasing deadly mercury vapour, which goes straight to the brain tissue, where is it highly invasive and toxic.

Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts). The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause metnal dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice.

One patient of mine, a 44-year old woman with Meniere's disease, also suffered from vertigo and vomiting, with intermittent staggering (so-called sailor's gait). She couldn't think clearly any more and had trouble with her memory and eyesight. These mental problems, plus a constant pain in the nape of the neck, left her unable to work. But as her doctors could find no clinical explanation, she was told it was all in her head - which in a way was true. When a brain tumour was suspected, tests were required to exclude this grim possibility.

Eventually, a surgeon referred her to a Dr Helmut Raue, an electroacupuncture specialist who understands biological dentistry. He measured her teeth for galvanic currents and found a 215 microampere current between a gold filling and a nearby amalgam. A week after she had the amalgam removed, all pain had disappeared, and her balance had returned to normal.

As patients usually don't consult their dentist when they experience symptoms such as headache, facial neuralgia, dizziness, sleep disorders and digestive distrubances, such cases don't often come to light.

Energetic Fields
Besides simple battery problems, electroacupuncture practitioners are finding teeth as transmitting foci to be a common cause of energetic disturbance. The problem is much more complicated than it might at first seem.

Several key acupuncture meridians cross the line of the teeth as they pass over the face. An abscess or 'transmitting focus' can create pathological effects anywhere along the meridian. As these meridians are connected to secondary organs and other sites, problems with a front incisor may have an impact on the kidneys as the kidney meridian passes through the incisor teeth. The kidneys, in turn, are related to the knee joints. With patients who have incisor problems or a bridge at this location, I always surprise them by asking about the arthritis in their knees, which they invariably have.

The consequences of these interconnections are sometimes very surprising indeed. In one case, a dentist had prepared a crown prosthesis, the type that uses a nickel post that fits in a hold drilled down the centre of the tooth to give it support. As the post was being inserted in the right upper jaw, the patient let out a squeal; she had gone blind in the right eye. When the dentist removed the corwn, she could see again. When he then put it back on, she went blind again. This was repeated several times, after which she refused the crown and had the tooth removed.

What is important about this striking example of what we might call 'virtual dentistry' is how instantaneous the the reaction was. For this reason, it could not have resulted from a chemical or even metal toxity. Allergies to nickel are not uncommon but, clearly, it would take time to develop and become manifest. The sudden loss of the patient's vision indicated a clear neurological dysfunction along the optic pathway due to a field disturbance, probably at the quantum level.

This story makes vividly clear what risks we take when we allow metal into our mouths. The resulting disturbance of the body's energy field can have unpredictable and serious consequences. If this woman had not lost her vision immediately, but had gone blind over the subsequent few weeks, it is near-certainty that the correct cause would never have been diagnosed. She would have likely ended up undergoing harmful and unnecessary interventions, all of which would fail because they were not correcting the real problem.

Three types of problem
There are really three issues where mercury is concerned. The first is the tendency of mercury to concentrate electrical fields. This is an ordinary biophysical effect and explains why people with too many dental fillings cannot work in areas where large field currents are developed.

The second is hypersensitivity. This is really more or less an allergic reaction to mercury and various estimates place this a applying to between 1 and 15 percent of the popluation. Anyone in prolonged contact with mercury tends to develop a sensitivity - thus dental students show a sharp increase in the percentage of positive patch tests for mercury sensitivity as they progress through their studies.

In passing, it should be noted that similar sensitivities can occur with other metals, notably nickel, chromium, cobalt and gold, though these are rare.

The third and most important effect has been talked about already; that is, toxicity. We inhale mercury vapour from our amalgam and swallow its compounds. This loss of mercury is increased by chewing hot or salty foods.

Unfortunately, mercury from the teeth has an especially great affinity for brain tissue but it also lodges in other body organs. It can have a disastrous effect on the immune system.

Oral galvanism
Another surprise reason for the release of the metal in its natural state entirely unthought of until the last few years, is electrolysis - that is, the electrical dissolving of metal. Amalgam-filled teeth can actually act as tiny batteries and give off a current. Examination of the inside of such teeth show oxidation (scorch) marks where the current has flowed over many years. So, far from being safe, having dental fillings is rather akin to sucking a mercury lozengne continuously!

The symptoms
The symptoms of mercury toxicity can be many and varied. In fact the range of effects covers all target organs. It seems to contribute to allergy problems, probably by increasing the body load, so any allergy symptoms can be prolonged or made worse by it. Suppression of the immune system may coincidentally lead to Candida overgrowth and it may be difficult to eradicate this organism without first attending to the possibility of mercury poisoning.

Mercury toxicity should be considered in any allergey case not responding to proper treatment. This is espcially important in degenerative and auto-immune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, lupus erythematosis, rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and even, it is said, arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). Also any vague mental symptoms not responding to other treatment, such as lethargy, depression, loss of memory, etc. might well begin to recover after removal of toxic mercury.

Testing and treatment
We have been bedevilled for years by the lack of a good, objective test to show whether or not the patient is reacting to mercury. The only standardised 'scientific' test for mercury allergy is patch testing. This is very unreliable and, although positive results may be helpful, negative ones do not exclude the presence of significant reactions. We are now able, with the use of Live and Dry Blood Microscopy to detect heavy metal toxicity and tailor make an individual elimination programme.

Treating your mind, body & mouth
How we would test for mercury sensitivity:
1. Check all teeth for galvanic currents, noting the most negatively charged teeth. Anything up to about 50mV is 'acceptable', though hardly normal.
Over that should give cause for concern.

2. Test for mercury sensitivity. If indicated then it is vital to test for safe replacements. Alternative filling substances are composite, porcelain and gold.

3. Test for heavy metal toxicity with Live and Dry Blood Microscopy.

4. It may be suggested that the patient go on nutritional supplements to leach out mercury and other heavy metals (chelation).
The simplest supplement is sodium alginate, found in seaweed - kelp is quite a satisfactory source. Coriander is also efficient.
The use of supergreen's may also be recommended.

5. Where the allergist is not the dentist it is necessary to write to the patient's dental practitioner at this point. He or she must be advised of several
safety precautions.
Most important: If fillings are to be removed, they must be removed in the right sequence, otherwise the patient could get much worse.
It is essential to start with the most negatively- charged tooth and then work gradually towards the positively-charged ones.

The dentist must isolate the teeth and provide efficient air extraction to prevent the patient swallowing mercury vapour. It is also a good idea for the patient to take charcoal tablets before and after amalgam extraction, to absorb any stray mercury.

For more sick patients, it may be a good idea to go on a hypoallergenic diet and take vitamin and mineral supplements through this period, starting a few days before the first visit to the dentist. See pre-treatment instructions below.
Pre-treatment instructions
• Charcoal:
1 tablet on the morning of your treatment and 1 tablet after treatment
• Multi Vitamins:
1 tablet to be taken 3 times a day - the day before, day of and day after treatment.
• Selenium:
1 Tablet to be taken on the day before, day of and day after treatment.
• Homeopathic Amalgam:
Let 2 tablets dissolve under your tongue, the day before, the day of and the day after the treatment.
NOTE - The tablets can be chewed of sucked "on a clean tongue" at least half an hour after food, coffee, and peppermint (including toothpaste or
• Vitamin C:
Allow a quarter teaspoon of the powder to dissolve in a small amount of water. Take on the morning of treatment and in the evening after treatment.
• Drink:
Plenty of bottled, still water on the day of treatment.
• Propolis and Supergreens:
May be prescribed at my discretion.
It needs to be understood that the alternative materials cannot be expected to be as durable as the mercury amalgam. Patients are advised to go to a dentist who has had a lot of practice with these alternative types of filling.
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Source: Catherine Gamba

DVD of Presentation at Westminster by Dr George Carlo 21.2.07
United Kingdom Created: 29 Mar 2007
Dr George Carlo, Chairman of the Safe Wireless Initiative, Washington explained how electro sensitivity (ES/EHS) is triggered when EMFs and information carrying radio waves damage our health and he explained how symptoms accumulate and how health can deteriorate swiftly.

This DVD would be useful to explain how ES develops and would be useful for friends and family who do not accept that ES exists as medical condition.

Dr Carlo explained that there are alternative technologies which would remove the current saturation levels of EMFs in our every day environments.

The DVD is available (approximately 90 minutes running time)-please send a cheque for £7.50 payable to Anthony Edwards, with your full name and mailing address and phone number to:

P O Box 49747
London N20 0XR

Please expect to receive your DVD by 21.4.07

with kind regards

Sarah Dacre MSc ACIB
London, UK
Source: Agnes Ingvarsdottir

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