It's the War

Arnold's Lies And Laura's Gloss

by David Corn, The Nation

Reporting from the floor of the RNC on Arnold and the other Republican excesses on display last night.


Arnold and Laura: It's the War, Stupid

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Anlässlich der Anhörung des Hessischen Landtags zum Anbau gentechnisch veränderter Pflanzen in Hessen am 2. September hat der Naturschutzbund NABU strenge Maßnahmen zum Schutz der biologischen Vielfalt gefordert. Unverzichtbar sei ein Verbot zum Anbau in Europäischen Schutzgebieten (Natura 2000), nationalen Naturschutzgebieten sowie in Biosphärenreservaten (Rhön). "Die konventionelle und die ökologische Landwirtschaft brauchen den Schutz vor gentechnisch veränderten Organismen (GVO) ebenso wie die Natur" betonte der NABU-Landesvorsitzende Prof. Rüdiger Wagner und forderte Umweltminister Wilhelm Dietzel auf, seiner Fürsorgepflicht nachzukommen.

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Depleted Uranium

by Dennis Kyne

In May of 2004 I attended my first Barter Faire ever, in Curlew, Washington. Sponsored by the Veterans for Peace, I arrived as far north as I had ever been in America. I came to tell the people of Eastern Washington that depleted uranium needs to be dealt with. I had a wonderful visit, met wonderful people, and made wonderful friends. Thank you, Eastern Washington, for receiving me so nicely.

A year prior to my visit, in its May issue, Environmental Magazine informed the world that, "Since the U.S. military's widespread use of DU (Depleted Uranium, U238) in the Gulf became known in 1991, the Pentagon has struggled to suppress mounting evidence that DU munitions are simply too toxic to use. It has cashiered or attempted to discredit its own experts, ignored their advice, impeded scientific research into DU's health effects and assembled a disinformation campaign to confuse the issue." Two months later the Seattle Post Intelligencer stated, "The Pentagon and the United Nations estimate that the U.S. and Britain used 1,100 to 2,200 tons of armor piercing shells made of depleted uranium during attacks on Iraq in March and April [2003] far more than the 375 tons used in the 1991 Gulf War."

On February 2 of this year, Sara Flounders and John Catalinotto of Swan's Commentary explained to America, "By now half of all the 697,000 U.S. soldiers involved in the 1991 war have reported serious illnesses. According to the American Gulf War Veterans Association, more than 30 percent of these soldiers are chronically ill and are receiving disability benefits from the Veterans Administration."

So, if they have used far more DU than was used in 1991, we should expect far more disabilities, death and chronic pain. That is the truth.

In October of 2003, Leuren Moret, an expert on depleted uranium, informed us at the World Uranium Conference in Hamburg, Germany, about Strontium-90 levels in baby teeth from children with cancer. Moret states very clearly, "Since 1975, national rates for children with leukemia have increased by 44% and for children with brain cancer by 50%." In Moret's most recent work, The Trojan Horse of Nuclear War, published in the Hamburg Conference conclusions, she adds that, "There was never any doubt about the great biological hazard of massive nuclear fallout even before testing started. But there was little concern about the global low level fallout from atmospheric contamination by very small particles which remain suspended until nucleating agents such as rain, snow and pollution remove them from the air and deposit them in the environment, exposing the global population to chronic low level radiation."

In addition to Moret, J. Gould's The Enemy Within illustrates high-risk counties within 100 miles of nuclear reactors using a map that plots breast cancer deaths that are reported annually by counties to the CDC. In the western part of the U.S., the locations of nuclear weapons labs and a few nuclear power plants are indicated by the highest breast cancer deaths. These are the newest victims of exposure to radiation.

We know very well that the mining of the uranium for decades has unduly harmed the Native Americans who mined the ore. We know that the government has used troops as guinea pigs in the proliferation of nuclear weapons programs. Now as we accept our newest victims, women and children of every race and class, it is imperative that we recognize these radioactive weapons are omnicidal. That is the truth.

In 1991, I served with the 24th Infantry Division, the most criminally negligent division in Operation Desert Shield/Storm. As a medic, I watched as soldiers walked into the carnage that 45 days of bombing had left in the southern part of Iraq and in Kuwait. The signs and symptoms of the exposure appeared quickly with countless troops vomiting and getting pale. Upon return I experienced joint pains, extreme itching that would have me shredding skin, and a feeling that resembled rubbing alcohol burning a cut in the bottom of my stomach. There are countless accounts of birth deformities and miscarriages in returning soldiers. And women have often complained of pain after having sex with returning front line soldiers.

In 1995, four years after I filed my complaint about my recurring health problems with the Veterans Affairs, I was finally tested for ionizing radiation, twice. Having never been able to get my hands on the results, I am not sure what my true uranium exposure was. However, since 1995 the VA has compensated me for "undiagnosed illnesses." Funny, the VA will admit I am sick, but they will only diagnose me as undiagnosed. I am a VA statistic, which means I am on record as a casualty. However, my stepbrother is not a VA statistic. He has the same signs and symptoms I display, but is not one of the casualties. My brother-in-law who served farther forward than I did is often called an AIDS patient or cancer victim; he is a casualty who is compensated at 100%. Sadly it took over a decade for the VA to recognize his disability. Even sadder, they say he is not a depleted uranium victim and will not test for ionizing radiation. Three of my family members are sick, from the same war, the same battlefield, and the same nuclear waste that is being hurled at Iraq and Afghanistan currently. That is the truth.

How? Why? Is this some sort of Joke? No. Depleted uranium is not new. What is new is the disposal mechanism. In the 80's then-President Reagan made a deal with Russia to stop developing nuclear weapons. We know how short-lived that was. We know that every treaty has been violated and nuclear proliferation is on a rise again. What we didn't know, though, was the answer to the question the environmentalists asked Reagan in the late 80's. "Mr. President, what are you going to do with the waste of the nuclear reactors?"

The President informed his citizens that he planned on sending it to the moon or the bottom of the ocean. That is what they had been doing for years; Reagan was the only person whoever felt smart enough to tell anyone. Americans, who would have nothing to do with this environmental desecration, put a stop to it. In 1997, Dan Fahey, cited in Metal of Dishonor, tells us that, "As a result of 50 years of enriching uranium for use in nuclear weapons and reactors, the U.S. has in excess of 1.1 billion pounds of DU waste material." Of this incredible surplus of radioactive waste, some has been buried in isolated spots and a load of it has been used by the Department of Defense in its weapons programs. The military uses this weapon because it is armor piercing. If this weapon is intended for use against armor, and we destroyed most of the Iraqi's armor in 1991, why have we increased the use of it in Iraq from 375 tons to some ambiguous amount? Why is it being dropped all over Afghanistan where there is not one tank verified to be driven by the Taliban or al Quaeda?

Dennis Kyne is a fifteen-year veteran of the United States Army. His book Support the Truth is available at The Book Depot in Colville, and at his Web site: http://www.denniskyne.com. It is dedicated to the half million homeless veterans and depleted uranium victims.

Informant: Davey Garland

Bush In NYC : Watch Out, The 'Reformer With Results' Is Back


Top U.S. general in Iraq sent memo authorizing use of dogs to scare prisoners

The senior U.S. military commander in Iraq sent a secret cable to his boss at U.S. Central Command outlining more-aggressive interrogation methods he planned to authorize immediately.


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Eisenhower Farewell Address to the Nation

Eisenhower Warns America: Farewell Address to the Nation: January 17, 1961:

"This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend its grave implications."


Elite Propaganda

Elite Propaganda : The Myth of the Liberal Media:

Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky, reveal the manner in which the news media are so subordinated to corporate and conservative interests that their function can only be described as that of "elite propaganda."


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Juan Cole: Republican Convention "We did not seek this War":

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"Bring Them On" Picture Album

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Dr Henry Lai


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Battle Renews on Use of National Forests


We the People Say No to Bush


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Timber sale gets no takers


By JOHN MONGLE, Staff Writer August 31, 2004

The forest service received no bids last week for the Joel Branch timber sale near Bark Camp Lake on High Knob. "We're very disappointed," says Pat Eagan, contract officer for the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. "We don't know why at this point - we really don't have any idea."

This was the second time the 165-acre tract had been offered for bids and the second time there were no takers.

On both occasions, potential bidders were mailed material by the Clinch Coalition warning that any logging operation on the site would likely be interrupted by protests.

Before the bid deadline, George Washington and Jefferson National Forest Supervisor Bill Damon wrote a letter to newspapers expressing shock at what he called the coalition's attempts to threaten and intimidate potential bidders.

Now, forest service officials will not speculate on whether the environmentalists' campaign influenced the outcome.

Neither would Clinch Coalition President Detta Davis of Coeburn claim victory for any effect the coalition's letter might have had in there being no takers for the job.

Davis said she is not sure the letter had an influence. "I'm not sure that it did," she says. "I'm not sure if that's the case or if they gave it second thoughts. The ranger said they would lower the bidding price."

Doug Jones, Clinch District ranger, said earlier that if no bids were taken, the tract would be reappraised and offered at a lower rate.

Jones speculates the appraisal of the tract may have been off, but can offer no specific reasons nobody bid.

"We nose around on these things," he says, "and we thought there was some interest."

Two timber industry representatives seem certain that it was not correspondence from environmental groups that chased off potential bidders.

"I do not think that the letter would deter anyone in this area," says Bill Anderson of Gilbert NS Lumber Inc., of Duffield. "The letter would be a minor part."

Anderson declines comment on why his company chooses to bid or pass on any sale, including this one, but he says, "On any sale there are a number of factors that can increase or decrease your cost."

He points out that few loggers in the region have the ability to do tower skidding or cable logging as called for in the bid proposal.

Another factor, according to Anderson, is a problem with getting workers since the recent increase in coal-related employment. He also pointed to the fact that expenses for everything from fuel to workers compensation to insurance have gone up in the last six months.

Anderson says he knows and likes several members of the coalition, but he says they are "a little misinformed on timber practices."

Anderson says the forest service has done a very good job of managing the timber on High Knob and that it is "very high quality." But, he says that due to the age of the stand some of it must be harvested to protect the health of the forest.

Tom Merriman of Georgia Pacific said potential problems are "not really an issue on whether to bid a job. Everybody in the industry was well aware of it - everybody was aware there would be protests - if not trouble."

For Georgia Pacific's Mt. Hope, WVa., operation, the reason for not bidding was simple - the mill that handles hardwoods from this region is being sold.

"We're not buying any hardwoods in that area right now," Merriman said.

The cable operation requirement would have been an obstacle for the Joel Branch sale as well, according to Merriman.

Jones thinks that the uncertainty of being able to complete the project may have deterred bidders in the original sale offer. The Clinch Coalition had a federal lawsuit pending at the time to block the sale.

That suit, aimed at preventing logging on Joel Branch and other tracts totaling some 700 acres on High Knob, was dismissed earlier this year by U.S. District Court Judge Glen Williams. The time for appeal of the decision had run by the time bid packages went out earlier this month.

Eagan says the district office will be re-evaluating the sale in the coming weeks to try to determine why the sale was not successful and develop a new plan for the sale.

"We're just thankful the loggers appreciate it (High Knob) as much as we do," says Davis.

She says Clinch Coalition will "do as much as we can peacefully" to prevent logging in the area, and emphasizes, "We will not do anything violent on our part." But, she says that she cannot speak for other groups.

The Clinch Coalition partnered with Earth First! for an "action camp" at Little Stony Falls near Bark Camp earlier this summer in which tree sitting techniques and other anti-logging protest measures were taught.

Although Davis says no group, including Earth First! or Greenpeace, has said they will resort to violence, she says, the coalition "is not responsible if they want to do that."

She says some groups will respect the local group's decision on the level of protest and some don't. "Sometimes they will respect it," she says.

©Coalfield.com 2004

Informant: Deane T. Rimerman

Bush EPA Rolls Back Endangered Species Act, Pesticide Protection


Please Help Save Jackson Redwood Forest

Please Help Save Jackson Redwood Forest!


If you responded to my previous request, I thank you deeply. If not, please take a minute to help us end our five-year struggle to save Jackson Forest for our children.

Jackson State Forest is a public treasure -- 50,000 acres of beautiful redwood forest located within a few hours drive of San Francisco. We have a chance to remove permanently the threat of massive industrial logging of our public redwood forest!

Please write the governor asking him to sign SB 1648,
http://actionnetwork.org/campaign/leg04gov1 the only forest protection bill to make it through the California legislature this year!

We've made it incredibly easy for you to help. We've prepared a letter that you can edit and send off with just a click. Learn more and send your letter now.


Don't let this opportunity to slip away. Thousands of us have been worked for five years and contributed over $300,000 to save this beautiful redwood forest for future generations. Until stopped by citizen lawsuits, the state was massively logging this public redwood forest, owned by you and me. The profits were used to subsidize the private timber industry.

The state is rushing to get back to logging Jackson State Forest using variations of clearcutting on half of the forest! Clean water, salmon, wildlife habitat, and recreation values will be largely disregarded.

We can prevent this from happening, but only if Governor Schwarzenegger signs the state forest reform bill. This is the chance we've been working for. Don't let it slip away through inaction. It will take you only a minute to learn more and send your letter. Please do it now.


Let's make sure the governor knows that the public is watching and wants his signature.

The reform bill would allow continued timber production in Jackson Forest, but only within the context of scientific research, maintenance and restoration of forest resources, recreation, education, and public enjoyment. Clearcutting would be effectively prohibited and old growth protected. This would be a huge step towards protecting our forest for future generations.

The California Department of Forestry has been making $10 million per year profits from industrial logging of Jackson Forest and strongly opposes the reform bill. They will urge the governor to veto it.

A coalition of environmental groups has set a goal of 5,000 letters to the governor by September 10. We've set this ambitious goal because we think it will take that amount of public outcry to get Schwarzenegger to go against his own agency. We still have a long way to go. Please help

http://actionnetwork.org/campaign/leg04gov1 .

Please forward this message to friends and family. We need every letter we can get.

Thank you for your help.

Yours truly,

Vince Taylor

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Convention Week Overview


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Roadless Area Conservation Rule

From: American Lands Alliance

Date: August 31, 2004

Call Forest Service Chief Bosworth Today!

Tell Him You Want A Comment Extension & Public Hearings on the Repeal of the Roadless Rule.

As you know, the Forest Service is moving forward with efforts to repeal the Roadless Area Conservation Rule put in place by the Clinton administration in 2001.

This week we need to flood Forest Service Chief Dale Bosworth's office with calls demanding a public comment period extension and a request for hearings across the country on the Forest Service's decision to repeal the 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule.

The Bush administration claims that the reason they are making changes to the Roadless Rule is that the process used to establish the Rule under the Clinton administration was unfair to States and local governments, the comment period was not sufficient, and that it was a last minute process.

However, the Clinton administration spent three years on public dialogue and multiple public comment processes, which included an incredibly thorough assessment of roadless areas, extensive scientific analysis, over 600 public hearings nationwide, and comment periods in excess of those required. A record number of Americans wrote to the federal government - over 1.5 million -- and over 95% supported the Roadless Rule (to date, 2.5 million comments have been submitted in three different comment periods). Not by any stretch of the imagination can it accurately be characterized as a last-minute process.

In contrast, the Bush administration has not issued any scientific analysis justifying a change in the rule, has not issued a new Environmental Impact Statement justifying these changes, and has not held one public hearing. The Bush administration is only giving the public 60 days to comment on the decision to repeal the rule before it becomes final and has completely ignored the over 2.5 million comments advocating for strong roadless protection.

TAKE ACTION TODAY: Call Chief Bosworth at 202-205-1661 or -205-1195 and tell him that you want:

1. The roadless public comment period extended by at least 45 days

2. At least 600 public hearings held across the country (the same amount the Clinton administration held).

Informant: STRIDER

Cops Arrest Hundreds Of Convention Protestors


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Owning the Weather


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Michael Moore : Sicko


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Informant: Anna Webb

Judge lifts injunctions on Oregon salvage logging

Judge lifts injunctions on Oregon salvage logging of nation's worst 2002 wildfire - A federal judge has lifted injunctions that had temporarily barred salvage logging from the site of the nation's worst wildfire in 2002, but the legal battle is not yet over.


Appalachian Trail is vulnerable to new forest rules

Appalachian Trail is vulnerable to new forest rules, environmental group claims - About one of every 13 miles of the Appalachian Trail between Maine and Georgia passes through national forests where a Bush administration plan could allow clear cutting of wooded areas, an environmental group said Tuesday.


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Das Gehirn schützen....

Aus Svenska Dagbladet 15.9.99

Autor: Ulrika Bjorkstén

Übersetzung: Adam Huuva (E), L. Gaigg (D)

Die Blut – Gehirn - Schranke ist eine Zellschicht zwischen dem Blut, das in den Blutgefässen des Gehirns und der eigentlichen Hirnhaut zirkuliert. Der Sauerstoff und die Ernährung finden innen statt durch die Schranke, während das Kohlendioxyd und die Abfallprodukte durch sie hindurch transportiert werden. Die Schranke hindert einige Medikamente und einige Giftsubstanzen, ins Gehirn einzudringen und es zu verletzen.

Telefone lassen das Gehirn Gifte absorbieren

Eine neue schwedische Forschung zeigt, dass die Strahlung von Mobiltelefonen es für Gift einfacher machen könnte, ins Gehirn einzudringen. Die Entdeckungen könnten die Beschwerden erklären, an denen amerikanische Soldaten , welche an der Hightech-Kriegsführung teilgenommen haben, leiden.

Bild von verstümmeltem Labor-Ratten-Gehirn (Abbildung fehlt)

Dieses Rattengehirn war Mikrowellenfeldern augesetzt ähnlich jenen, wie sie von einem Mobiltelefonhörer ausgehen. Die dunklen Flecken sind Eiweiss, welches durch die Blut-Hirn-Schranke, die durch die Strahlung geöffnet worden war, ins Gehirn gelangt ist.

Die Mikrowellenstrahlung von Mobiltelefonen kann die Sicherheitsbarriere öffnen, von welcher man annimmt, dass sie das Gehirn vor eindringenden giftigen Substanzen schützt, die das Blut enthält. Ein Forschungsteam der Lund-Universität hat herausgefunden, dass das Protein-Eiweiss durch die sogenannte Blut-Hirn-Schranke ins Gehirn der Ratten hindurchsickert, welche Mikrowellen ausgesetzt waren, ähnlich solchen, wie sie von Mobiltelefonen ausgehen. Eiweiss ist natürlicherweise im Blut enthalten, aber es kann das Gehirn schädigen.

Wir sehen hier extrem kleine Mengen von Protein und wir wissen nicht, wie gefährlich sie sind, sagt Leif Salford, ein Neurochirurg des Lund-Hospitals.

Aber andere Experimente, bei denen Eiweiss absichtlich (bewusst) in Rattengehirne gespritzt wurde, haben gezeigt, dass sehr kleine Mengen die Gehirnzellen schädigen können. Mengen, nicht viel grösser als solche, die wir gefunden haben, können Nervenzellen vernichten.

Es ist noch unmöglich zu sagen, ob diese Undichtigkeit, die das Lund-Forschungsteam bei Ratten gefunden hat, aussagt, dass die Mobiltelefonie das menschliche Gehirn verletzt.

Leif Salford, der Neuropathologe Arne Brun und der Strahlenphysiker Bertil Perssion möchten, dass die Resultate ernst genommen werden. Die Blut-Gehirn-Schranke von Menschen und Ratten sind in ihrer Funktion ähnlich.

Ausserdem, wenn Eiweiss ins Gehirn gelangen kann, gibt es einen Grund zu glauben, dass andere, kleinere oder gleich grosse Moleküle es auch können. Proteine, die man im Blut findet, können, wenn sie ins Gehirn gelangen, Auto-Immunkrankheiten, wie multiple Sklerose verursachen. Zerstörte Nervenzellen können auch Demenz, vorzeitiges Altern und Parkinson hervorrufen. Ebenfalls können entzündete Gehirnzellen indirekt mit Alzheimer-Leiden verbunden sein.

Medikamentengaben, die unter normalen Umständen nicht die Blut-Gehirn-Schranke durchdringen können, könnten es aber und könnten eine Zerstörung verursachen.

Die ungeklärten Symptome von amerikanischen Soldaten vom Kuwait-Krieg stehen im Verdacht, dass ein Zusammenhang mit der Medikamenteneinnahme gegen Nervengas besteht. Die Mikrowellen, von denen die Soldaten im Hightech-Krieg umgeben waren, könnten die Blut-Hirn-Schranke geöffnet haben und die Medikamente sind ins Gehirn eingedrungen. Diese Möglichkeit wird nun von der US Air Force in Zusammenarbeit mit den Lund-Forschern untersucht.

Besonders besorgniserregend ist die Tatsache, dass sogar niedrige Mikrowellen-Effekte das Gehirn zu beeinflussen scheinen. WHO?s Grenzwerte für Mobiltelefone ist 2 Watt Absorptionseffekt pro Kilogramm Körpergewebe.

Ergänzend zu Salford und seinen Kollegen wird sogar bei 0,0001-0.001 Watt eine bemerkenswerte Menge von Eiweiss in den Gehirnen von 50% der Ratten untersucht. (festgestellt)

Die Strahlung von Mobiltelefon-Antennen würden demnach genügen, das Gehirn zu beeinflussen (beeinträchtigen). Ein Mensch in der Nachbarschaft von jemandem, der ein Mobiltelefon benutzt, kann durch die Strahlung des Telefons beinträchtigt werden. Die sehr niedrigen Effekte sind auch diejenigen, die das Gehirn am meisten beeinträchtigen.

Bei einigen Zehnteln Watt wurden nur ein Drittel der Ratten beeinträchtigt und bei einigen Watt sogar noch weniger. Das heisst, dass das Problem z.B. durch Abschirmung oder Ohrhörer nicht leicht gelöst werden kann.

In biologischen Systemen gibt es oft "Fenster", wo der Organismus empfindlicher ist. Ein schwächerer Puls (eine schwächere Pulsierung) ahmt die Körpersignale nach und wird darum wiedererkannt.

Die WHO Grenzwerte betreffen nur die Gewebe-Erwärmung. Die elektrischen Signale des Körpers werden auf völlig andere Weise beeinflusst, sagt Leif Salford. Das Lund-Forschungsteam hat beide Mikrowellenstrahlungen untersucht, sowohl 900 MHz als auch 1800 MHz, die in verschiedenen Mobiltelefonen benutzt werden. Beide Frequenzen zeigen die gleichen Resultate, aber tiefere Frequenzen dringen tiefer ins Gehirn ein.

Es scheint nichts auszumachen, wie lange man mit einem Mobiltelefon telefoniert. Die Blut-Hirn-Schranke wird so oder so sofort geöffnet. Die Eiweisse bleiben einige Tage lang in den Rattengehirnen, nachdem sie Mikrowellen ausgesetzt waren. Studien, um die Langzeit-Effekte zu untersuchen sind geplant.


Handy macht Blut-Hirn-Schranke durchlässiger - Gefahr fürs Gehirn

Wissenschaftlicher Hammer aus Schweden

Elektrosmog und Blut-Hirn-Schranke

Elektrosmog, Handy, Mikrowellen

Hochfrequenzstrahlen durchlöchern die schützende Hirn-Blut-Schranke in Schweinehirnen

Finnische Studie: Strahlung von Mobiltelefonen kann menschliche Zellen negativ beeinflussen

Übersät mit dunklen Flecken

Blauer Engel Logo in Deutschland - Heuchelei?

2450 MHz

Finnische Studie: Strahlung von Mobiltelefonen kann menschliche Zellen negativ beeinflussen

Blut-Hirn-Schranke: Was verursacht Kopfschmerzen?

Gepulste Strahlung greift das Gehirn an

Blut-Hirn-Schranke durchlässig durch Mobilfunk

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