Neil Cherry, (1946 -2003) Tribute
University, New Zealand; former Member of the N.Z. Parliament, from
his June 1998 report:
Actual or potential effects of ELF and RF/MW radiation on accelerating
aging of human, animal or plant cells.
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"There is strong evidence that extreme low frequency (ELF) and radio
frequency microwaves (RF/MW) are associated with accelerated aging
(enhanced cell death and cancer) and moods, depression, suicide, anger,
rage and violence, primarily through alteration of cellular calcium ions
and the melatonin/serotonin balance."
Cindy Sage, Environmental Policy Consultant, Sage Associates
"If you think that the levels of radiofrequency radiation that we have
from cell phones and communications is important enough to consider today,
wait until you see what might happen when you dramatically increase the
amount of information , or electrosmog, in the atmosphere related to
I believe that it's one of the most important public debates we could
have on the planet today. This has not been a public debate yet. The
technology and the industry have run far ahead, building, planning but not
talking to the public. And this is not correct. We need to open this
debate about high tech and about whether there is high risk and whether or
not we choose this as our future."
Henry Lai, Research Professor, Bioengineering Dept., Univ. of Washington,
"In our experiments,
conducted with my colleague, Dr. Singh, we only expose animals for a short
time. Now then the question is asked, what happens if you're exposed to
radiation, for example from a cell tower? Of course, it's a long term
exposure. The main question is, Will the effects accumulate over time?
There's some indication that they accumulate. So long term exposure to
a low intensity may equal short term exposure to high intensity
California State Legislature:
"The evidence shows that there's a causal link between the radiation
and alteration of cellular tissue in the brain."
"In the case of tobacco, it's not possible by what is known as
"scientific standards" to establish that the individual cigarette that you
are smoking is the one that caused the lung cancer that you developed.
And I think it is sufficient, by scientific evidence, if you establish
an association - now you 're at the limits of science. And we HAVE
established an association. To say , well it's ONLY an association and you
can't show me a dead body and the cell phone, the smoking cell phone that
caused the brain cancer, is a preposterous industry argument."