YSHIELD Media - Dangers of mobile phone masts and EMF dangers near powerlines
'Killers Exposed' Part 1
Lateline on the ABC broadcast the latest views on the potential dangers of mobile phones on 2/4/09. Some countries like France and even Finland, the home of Nokia, are changing policies on mobile phones and two leading Australian scientists have spoken out.
Duration: 9.12 mins
'Killers Exposed' Part 2
The epidemiologist, Professor Bruce Armstrong in charge of Australia's part in the biggest ever study of mobile phone safety is now warning of an increased risk of potentially deadly brain tumours. another Australian doctor, neurologist Dr Vini Khurana whose controversial recent findings of a similar link were attacked by the mobile phone industry, has this month had his research endorsed by peer review.
Duration: 10.47 mins
Mobile Phone Danger
Channel 7’s Today Tonight program ran a segment questioning the safety of electromagnetic radiation emissions from some mobile phones. May 2, 2008.
Duration: 9 mins
Cell Phone Dangers what they don't want you to see
Ray Martin of Channel 9 explores a story that some people (particularly children) are more susceptible to electromagnetic radiation from phone towers, mobile phones and other sources.
Duration: 6.35 mins
Cell Phone Wars
Cell phones - are they safe? There are suggestions from various sources, including former industry insiders, that they may not be.
Duration: 6 mins.
Cell Phone Tower dangers - fact or fiction? (Dr Jack Walker)
Dr Jack Walker describes illnesses round a phone tower in a UK village.
Duration: 2.53 mins
UK TV program interviews persons who suffer major problems as a result of hypersensitivity to electromagnetic radiation.
Duration: 7.30 mins
Panorama- Wi-fi - a warning signal, part 1/2/3
UK documentary investigation indicates that despite the UK government’s insistence that wi-fi is safe, the radiation emitted is similar to that from mobile phone towers. Entire cities have become ‘wi-fi hot spots’ and the levels in some schools are up to three times the levels in the main beam of intensity from mobile phone masts.
Duration: 10 mins (per part) PART 1 | PART 2 | PART 3
ABC radio interview of Canberra Neurologist, Dr Vini Khurana
A Canberra brain surgeon suggests that there is significant and increasing evidence for a link between mobile phone usage and certain brain tumors. The impact of the relatively recent global uptake of this technology on brain tumor incidence rates is anticipated to become evident over the next few years. The public health ramifications of this are far broader than for asbestos or smoking, and directly concern all of us, particularly the younger generation.
Audio file: Duration: 10 mins
The danger of relay antennas to health finally recognized Feb 5th 2009
A French Senator, Jean Desessard has issued a press release. The Versailles Court of Appeal has upheld an order to dismantle the Bouygues Telecom relay antenna in Tassin la Demi-Lune in the Rhone, France. This ruling gives legal recognition to the risks posed by mobile phone masts to human health.
Mobiles may be a death sentence, by Danielle Cronin, The Canberra Times, March 27, 2008
There is currently enough evidence and technology available to warrant industry and governments alike in taking immediate steps to reduce exposure of consumers to mobile phone related electromagnetic radiation and to make consumers aware of potential dangers and how to use this technology sensibly and safely.
The Gathering Brainstorm, a review of concerns on Wi-Fi by Mark Anslow, The Ecologist, March 13, 2008
It is unregulated, untested, more dangerous than its proponents would have you believe — and soon to become even more powerful. Mark Anslow reports on the inexorable march of Wi-Fi.
Mobile Phones and young brains, by Louise Hall, The Age, Jan 27, 2008
'Australian scientists are investigating if children are more vulnerable than adults to the effects of radiation from mobile phones. Associate professor Rodney Croft from the Australian centre for Radio frequency Bioeffects Research commented that there is a possibility that the effects could be much stronger in children and the elderly.'