Ladies and Gentlemen,
The tide, while incredibly slow, may be turning in terms of recognizing the dangers of cell phones and the use of artificial microwave frequencies in general. The newsclip from ABC news this week cites a major turnabout by the World Health organization.
It is not too soon to seek an apology from the World Health Organization to Dr. Annie Sasco, formerly of the University of Bordeaux, who retained her position but was relieved of her teaching duties when her students were taken from her. Dr. Sasco, an epidemiologist, challenged the World Health Organization to recognize the dangers of electromagnetic radiation and was ignored.
Sasco, is currently team leader of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention in an Inserm (NIH) research unit at the school of public health of the Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2 University in France.
It is instructive how utilities are funding the move to supposed « clean » technologies and the licencing of a power line from Ireland across the Irish sea. The moves are being taken without a mandate from the Irish public. The Irish government through the ESB will enable private energy to export electricity to Europe through link such as the recently approved Ireland-Pembroke link.
And unfortunately, another young man, a journalist from the Irish Times, age 36, has died on a playing field. Another victim of the phenomenon known as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS). Our condolences to his family.