10. Documents – Papers – PDF

01. 1977 / Biological Effect of Millimeter Radiowaves
UDC 612.014.424.5
Author: N.P. Zalyubovskaya, Kharkov Scientific Research Institute of Microbiology, Vaccines and Sera imeni Mechnikov
Created: Kiev, Vrachebnoye Delo in Russian No. 3, 1977, pp 116-119
Government Use Only
Declassified and Approved for Release on 10 May, 2012

02. 1997 /Microwaving our Planet
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: 1997

03. 1998 / No Place to Hide
Mortality Statistics / PCS kills ten thousand
Published: 1998

04. 2001 / Radio Wave Packet
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: September, 2001

05. 2005 / Confirmation Studies of Soviet Research on Immunological Effects of Microwaves: Russian Immunology Results
Yuri G. Grigoriev, Oleg A. Grigoriev, Alexander A. Ivanov, Antonina M. Lyaginskaya
Published: December 2010 in ResearchGate

06. 2006 / The Largest Biological Experiment Ever
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: 1 January, 2006

07. 2006 / Microwave News Responds to Mike Repacholi
ol. XXVI No. 9A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation
November 17, 2006

08. 2007 / Silent Wireless Spring
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: 2007

09. 2007 / The Dangers of Electromagnetic Smog
-Prolonged exposure to mobile phone radiation causes serious damage to the DNA in living cells-
By: Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy,
Published: August 2007

10. 2007 / Bäume unter Hochfrequenz
By: Angelika Fischer
Published: 2007

11. 2009 / How Susceptible Are Genes to Mobile Phone Radiation?
With Articles by Franz Adlkofer, Igor Y. Belyaev, Karl Richter, Vladislav M. Shiroff
Published: March 2009

Author: Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke
Published: August 2009

13. 2010 / Hindawi – International Journal of Forestry Research
Adverse Influence of Radio Frequency Background onTrembling Aspen Seedlings: Preliminary Observations
By: Katie Haggerty
Received 21 Jun 2009 – Revised 31 Oct 2009 – Accepted 17 Feb 2010 – Published 13 May 2010

14. 2010 / Confirmation Studies of Soviet Research on Immunological Effects of Microwaves: Russian Immunology Results
ResearchGate / Comment Prof. Oleg Grigoriev, Twitter
Authors: Yury G Grigoriev, Oleg A Grigoriev, Alexander A Ivanov, Antonina M Lyaginskaya
Published: December 2010

15. 2011 / MICROWAVES, 2011
Summary of a Problem / WiFi, Satellites, Cell Phones, Cell towers, Smart meters, Antenna systems
Author: Arthur Firstenberg

16. 2011 / RusCNIRP: Russian National Committe On Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Electromagnetic fields from mobile phones: health effects on children and teenagers
Chairman (now honorary chair) Professor Yury Grigoriev
Vice-Chairman, Professor Valentina Nikitina
Vice-Chairman (now chairman), Professor Oleg Grigoriev
Published: 2011

17. 2011 / Tree Damage from Chronic High Frequency Exposure Mobile Telecommunications, Wi-Fi, Radar, Radio Relay Systems,Terrestrial Radio, TV etc.
71 pages, illustrated with photos with text and arrow symbols to essential spots on the photos; published by: Puls-Schlag Karslruhe e.V.
Date: 18 February 2011

18. 2011 / Why our urban trees are dying
By: Andrew Goldsworthy
Published: 2011

19. 2013 / Biology and MedicineImpacts of radio-frequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) from cell phone towers and wireless devices on biosystem and ecosystem – a review
Keywords: Radio-frequency electromagnetic field; cell phone tower; power density; SAR; non-ionizing radiation; non-thermal.
01. Introduction (202);
02. Electromagnetic Spectrum and RF-EMF Radiation (203);
03. Power Density and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) (203);
04. Cell Phones and Cell Tower Standards in India (204);
05. Impacts on Biosystem and Ecosystem (205);
06. Current Research (206);
07. Studies on Plants (206);
08. Studies on Insects (206);
09. Studies on Amphibians and Reptiles (207);
10. Studies on Birds (207);
11. Studies on Mammals (208);
12. Studies on Humans (209);
Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and Electromagnetic Field Intolerance (EFI) Syndrome (210);
Future Challenges and Solutions (211);
Conclusion (212);
References (212-216);
S Sivani*, D Sudarsanam
Published: 6th Jan 2013

20. 2013 / Chapter 21. Mobile phone use and brain tumour risk: early warnings, early actions?
Lennart Hardell, Michael Carlberg and David Gee (1)
Published: 2013

21. 2013 / Increasing incidence of burnout due to magnetic and electromagnetic fields of cell phone networks and other wireless communication technologies
Authors: Ulrich Warnke, Peter Hensinger
Published: January, 2013
In: umwelt·medizin·gesellschaft

22. 2014 / Lecture Oslo, Norway, 2014 – 1. Dr. Martin L. Pall 2. Einar Flydal – with links to transcripts and videos

23. 2014 / Government policy based on denial of health damage by EMF
Overheidsbeleid gebaseerd op ontkenning van gezondheidsschade door EMV
Authors: Leendert Vriens, Jan van Gils en Michiel Haas
Published: 29 July 2014

24. 2014: Mobilfunk fördert chronische Entzündungen und Folgeerkrankungen / “Mobile communications boost chronic inflammation which lead to diseases, eg. cancer.
PDF, as used in the lecture:
Title: Inflammations
By: Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke

25. 2015 / Exposure to 900 MHz electromagnetic fields activates the mkp-1/ERK pathway and causes blood-brain barrier damage and cognitive impairment in rats.
Department of Neurosurgery, Southwest Hospital, Third Military Medical University, Chongqing, 400038, China: Tang J, Zhang Y, Yang L, Chen Q, Tan L, Zuo S, Feng H, and Chen Z, Zhu G.
Published: March 19, 2015

26. 2017 / On the difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields/Radiation, in regard to Biological Activity
Author: Dr. Leendert Vriens
Published: 2017

27. 2017 / Report for the UNESCO and IUCN
The correspondence of species disappearance from the Mt. Nardi – Mt. Matheson area of the World Heritage Site in Australia, with the application of an increasing amount of electromagnetic technology designated as electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and electromagnetic frequencies (EMF).
By: Mark Broomhall
Published: November 2017

28. 2018 / Assessing ICT global emissions footprint: Trends to 2040 & recommendations
Lotfi Belkhir, Ahmed Elmeligi
Published: January 2, 2018

29. 2018 /  5G, From Blankets to Bullets
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: January 17, 2018

30a. 2018 / Mortality Statistics / Part 1
30b. 2018 / Mortality Statistics / Part 2
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: 2018

31. 2018 / Exposure of insects to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields from 2 to 120 GHz
By: Arno Thielens, Duncan Bell, David B. Mortimore, Mark K. Greco, Luc Martens & Wout Joseph
Published: March 2, 2018

32a. 2018 / National Toxicology Program Study
Analysis – Part I: Cell Phone Study
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: 12 April 2018

32b. 2018 / National Toxicology Program Study
Analysis – Part II: design flaws and conclusions
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Published: 20 April 2018

33. 2018 / 5G: Great risk for EU, U.S. and International Health! Compelling Evidence for Eight Distinct Types of Great Harm Caused by Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Exposures and the Mechanism that Causes Themhttps://multerland.blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/4-4-_eu-emf2018-6-11us3.pdf
Author: Dr. Martin L. Pall
Published: May 17, 2018

34. 2018 / Radiofrequency EMFs and Health Risks
Section 6. Animals, Birds, Insects and Plants
Alasdair Philips and Jean Philips
Published: November 13, 2018

35. 2019 / Mobilfunk & Bäume, Ärzte warnen vor 5G, Stiftung Warentest, Digitalisierung der Bildung
https://www.diagnose-funk.org/publikationen/artikel/detail?newsid=1490   Download the 40 pages PDF on the website.
Author: diagnose-funk
Published: 22 November, 2019

36. 2019 / Protecting Wildlife for the Future
Insect declines and why they matter
Author: Professor Dave Goulson, FRES
Published: 2019

37. 2019 / Conflicts of Interest and Misleading Statements in Official Reports about the Health Consequences of Radiofrequency Radiation and Some New Measurements of Exposure Levels
Keywords: radiofrequency radiation; RF; microwave; cellphone; smart technology; public health; cancer; diabetes; depression; dementia; ICNIRP; WHO;
By: Dr. Susan Pockett, MsC, PhD, School of Psychology, University of Auckland, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
Published: 5 May 2019

38. 2019 / Tree damages in the vicinity of mobile phone base stations
Cornelia Waldmann-Selsam, Horst Eger
Translation of the German article: Waldmann-Selsam, C., Eger, H. (2013): Baumschäden im Umkreis von Mobilfunksendeanlagen, umwelt-medizin-gesellschaft, 26: 198-208
English version published: August, 2019

39. 2019 / Electromagnetic fields threaten wildlife
Risk to pollinators from anthropogenic electro-magnetic radiation (EMR): Evidence and knowledge gaps
By: Adam J. Vanbergen, Simon G. Potts, Alain Vian, E. Pascal Malkemper, Juliette Young, Thomas Tscheulin, [With an amazing list with references, and links]
Published: 10 December 2019  

40. 2020 / For a Slovenia without 5G
A collection of Slovenian articles, translated into Google English
Published: January 24, 2020

41. 2020 / Adverse health effects of 5G mobile networking technology under real-life conditions
Published: January 25, 2020
By: Ronald N. Kostoff, Paul Heroux, Michael Aschner, Aristides Tsatsakis

Electromagnetic fields / Wireless radiation / Non-ionizing radiation / Mobile networking technology / 5G / Adverse health effects / Toxicology / Toxic stimuli combinations /  Synergistic effects / Combined effects / Systemic effects / Real-life simulation

This article identifies adverse effects of non-ionizing non-visible radiation (hereafter called wireless radiation)reported in the premier biomedical literature. It emphasizes that most of the laboratory experiments conductedto date are not designed to identify the more severe adverse effects reflective of the real-life operating en-vironment in which wireless radiation systems operate. Many experiments do not include pulsing and mod-ulation of the carrier signal. The vast majority do not account for synergistic adverse effects of other toxic stimuli(such as chemical and biological) acting in concert with the wireless radiation. This article also presents evidencethat the nascent 5G mobile networking technology will affect not only the skin and eyes, as commonly believed,but will have adverse systemic effects as well.

42. 2020 / Electromagnetic Radiation due to Cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies: How safe are we?
Posted on March 4, 2020

43. 2020 / Infected Ixodes ricinus ticks are attracted by electromagnetic radiation of 900 MHz
Martyna Frątczak, Blažena Vargová, Piotr Tryjanowski, Igor Majláth, Leszek Jerzak, Juraj Kurimský, Roman Cimbala, Łukasz Jankowiak, Zsolt Conka, Viktória Majláthová,
Published: 19 March 2020

44. 2020 / Setting Guidelines for Electromagnetic Exposures and Research Needs
By: Frank Barnes, Ben Greenebaum
Published: 20 April, 2020

45. 2020 / Viral infections aggravated by electromagnetic fields
Virusinfecties verergerd door elektromagnetische velden
Only available in Dutch
PDF: https://www.stopumts.nl/pdf/Virusinfecties-verergerd-door-elektromagnetische-velden.pdf
By: Dr. Leendert Vriens
Published: May 30, 2020

46. 2020 / Health risks from radiofrequency radiation, including 5G, should be assessed by experts with no conflicts of interest
Lennart Hardell and Michael Carlberg
The Environment and Cancer Research Foundation, SE-702 17 Örebro, Sweden
Received April 8, 2020; Accepted June 19, 2020
DOI: 10.3892/ol.2020.11876

“..the ICNIRP has failed to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of health risks associated with RF radiation. The latest ICNIRP publication cannot be used for guidelines on this exposure.” Source

47. 2020 / Structural and functional correlates of smartphone addiction
By: Juliane Horvath, Christina Mundinger, Mike M Schmitgen, Nadine D Wolf Fabio Sambataro, Dusan Hirjak, Katharina M Kubera, Julian Koenig, Robert Christian Wolf
Published: February 1, 2020 / June 2020

48. 2020 / Research on Biological Effects of Radio Frequency Radiation in Eurasian Communist Countries, 1976.

49. 2020/ Effects of different mobile phone UMTS signals on DNA, apoptosis and oxidative stress in human lymphocytes
Published: December 2020
In: ScienceDirect
By: Sachin Gulati, Pavol Kosik, Matus Durdik, Milan Skorvaga, Lukas Jakl, Eva Markova, Igor Belyaev,

50. 2020/ Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) are capable of specifically activating a TRPC1-mitochondrial axis underlying cell expansion and mitohormetic survival adaptations – more and more news about EMF bioeffects – Cell‐Derived Vesicles as TRPC1 Channel Delivery Systems for the Recovery of Cellular Respiratory and Proliferative Capacities
Published: September 2020
In: Wiley Online Library
By: Felix Kurth, Yee Kit Tai, Dinesh Parate, Marc van Oostrum, Yannick R. F. Schmid, Shi Jie Toh, Jasmine Lye Yee Yap, Bernd Wollscheid, Alaa Othman, Petra S. Dittrich, Alfredo Franco‐Obregón,




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