Chronic or intractable medical problems associated with prolonged exposure to unsuspected harmful environmental electric, magnetic or electro-magnetic fields

Chronic or intractable medical problems associated with prolonged exposure to unsuspected harmful environmental electric, magnetic or electro-magnetic fields radiating in the bedroom or workplace and their exacerbation by intake of harmful light and heavy metals from common sources.

Omura Y, Losco M, Omura AK, Yamamoto S, Ishikawa H, Takeshige C, Shimotsuura Y, Muteki T.

Heart Disease Research Foundation, New York.

Unsuspected prolonged exposure to abnormal environmental (very high frequency) electro-magnetic fields (EMF), electric fields (EF) or magnetic fields (MF) at 60 Hz or 16K Hz in the bedroom or workplace may contribute to the development of various intractable medical problems. Most of the clinical symptoms appear when the individuals are exposed to EMF for many hours a day for at least several months to 1-year for relatively benign diseases or symptoms (such as intractable pain or medical problems), or several to over 10 years for more serious diseases (such as cancers of the digestive system or other organs), all of which seem to appear with the additional co-existence of micro-circulatory disturbances with Thromboxane B2 (TXB2), bacterial or viral infections and decrease or absence of acetylcholine, and lead, mercury, or aluminum deposits, with or without asbestos. These abnormal environmental EMF's or EF's can be detected by the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test, which has good correlation with standard laboratory measurement, especially with EF measurement, and the distribution of EMF often includes a linear band-like appearance on the abnormal part of the patient's body, as well as on the patient's corresponding area of the bed, or at the workplace. These EMF's can be eliminated either by a metal sheet, acting as a reflector, which redirects the harmful EMF or eliminates it completely by grounding the metal sheet at high frequency range, while extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic fields at the near field are more difficult to eliminate. Several examples of medical problems that appear to be associated with repeated and prolonged exposure to abnormal environmental EMF, EF or MF are summarized in this article. EF or MF-induced abnormalities were artificially and reversibly created in humans by exposing the extremities or head to a 10Volt/Meter (V/M) EF at 60 Hz about 33 (evening) to 50 cm (daytime or after midnight) from a pair of rubber insulated wires connected to an AC source, but where no current is passed, so that no extra MF exists. After exposing normal parts of the extremities and head to a 10 V/M EF for 5 minutes, abnormal increase of TXB2 and disappearance or significant reduction of acetylcholine was observed for 5 minutes, and slightly longer abnormal time duration was observed in those who have aluminum, lead, or mercury deposits. This indicates that the upper limit of relatively safe EF should be around 10V/M at 60 Hz rather than 25V/M at ELF by Swedish Government recommendation, which is now widely accepted.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS)

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PMID: 1685623 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


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State Spies on Drivers Through Cell Phones

The state of Missouri has begun a program to track individual movements on highways through cell phones.

The Missouri Department of Transportation will spend $3 million annually on a program to monitor the movements of individuals on highways via their cell phones -- without their knowledge or consent.

Delcan NET, a Canadian company, developed the system which triangulates the location of each driver by monitoring the signal sent from the cell phone as it is handed off from one cell tower to the next. Each phone is uniquely identified and the information is compared with a highway map to record on what road each motorist is traveling at any given time. The system also records the speed of each vehicle, opening up another potential ticketing technology.

Missouri rejected the simpler solution used by other states of embedding sensors in the pavement that record how many vehicles pass over a stretch of pavement without uniquely identifying them. Missouri wanted a program that required less equipment.

"The traffic community has been really excited for quite some time about the possibility of being able to use cell phones to track vehicles," Valerie Briggs, program manager for transportation operations at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials told the Associated Press. "Almost everyone has a cell phone, so you have a lot of potential data points, and you can track data almost anywhere on the whole (road) system."

A pilot program in Baltimore only tracks Cingular cell phones on 1,000 miles of road. AirSage Inc. has contracted with Sprint to spy on motorists in Norfolk, Virginia and Atlanta and Macon, Georgia.

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by Jenny Clarke
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RESIDENTS said no to plans for a mobile phone mast in their road and Waltham Forest Council listened.

The authority turned down an application from T Mobile to put a ten-metre- high mast in North Countess Road, Walthamstow.

A petition against the scheme was signed by 125 people.

Three residents spoke against the proposal at last week's planning meeting.

Dr Kathy Haslam said: "The mast's beam of greatest intensity is directed towards the nearby houses and that is very worrying.Sensitive buildings such as schools and hospitals are not recommended to be within 100 metres of the base station and this would be a fraction of that distance."

The other residents said the mast would be out of keeping with the street scene.

Several applications for masts have been turned down by the council in the last year.

Cllr Terry Wheeler said he was concerned that T Mobile might lodge an appeal against the decision and have it approved by a Government planning inspector. "Most of us in this room have mobile phones and I would assume that many of the residents near the proposed site have mobile phones," he said.

"T Mobile did look into placing the mast elsewhere but it only has a small coverage area and this was its best option."

"If you were going to have mobile phones, you were going to need masts," he added.

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Mast battle victory

Oct 14 2005

By Sonia Sharma,
Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Jubilant families have won their battle to stop a mobile phone mast being put on top of a church.

Vodafone UK wanted to put up three antennae and a dish on the tower of Crawcrook Pentecostal Church, Kepier Chare, Crawcrook.

The tower is 11.6m high and the proposed addition would take it to 15.7m.

But more than 1,000 people signed a petition against the application and the proposal was turned down by Gateshead Council's planning and development committee on Wednesday.

Residents said the structure would not be acceptable in a residential area and may have health risks. They also felt property values of the houses nearby would be affected.

The Lindisfarne Care Home, on Kepier Chare, also lodged objections. The home has 53 people, many with Alzheimer's disease.

Today Elizabeth Squires, who lives next to the church and helped to collect signatures, said: "We are absolutely delighted. Everyone is elated the committee rejected the plan.

"There were so many people against it. We felt there could have been health risks from the mast but also that it was not suitable in a residential area. The mast would have looked dreadful. It would have been a monstrosity."

Alison Bell, 37, a sales assistant, lives directly opposite the church and the tower can be seen through her three-year-old son Luke's bedroom window. She said: "It would have been an eyesore."

But Arthur Jowett, chairman of trustees at the church, did not object. He said: "Once I was against mobile phone masts but now every person on the street has a mobile and you can see every child texting their friends."

A Vodafone spokeswoman said the antennae would have been concealed inside the tower and all equipment complies with guidelines to protect the population.

Omega read "Base Stations, operating within strict national and international Guidelines, do not present a Health Risk?" under:

The committee turned down the application on the grounds of visual amenity. It was felt the structure would be too dominating.

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Phone giant to meet protesters

Oct 13 2005

By Neil Elkes, Birmingham Mail

MOBILE phone giant Vodafone has agreed to face-to-face talks with campaigners battling against a mast on parkland opposite their homes.

Hundreds of residents near Pype Hayes Park in Erdington are battling plans for a giant mast in Eachelhurst Road.

In a rare move Vodafone called the talks after its plan was met with more than 200 letters of objection from the local community amid health fears.

Now the Eachelhurst Mast Action Group are to join City Council planning officers in a closed meeting with Vodafone staff at The Belfry on Friday, October 14.

Group spokeswoman Lesley Mansfield said: "Vodafone are at least listening to us and are prepared to have a dialogue. Campaigners have made great strides in the last year, scientists are discovering more evidence of health affects and people are no longer willing to live with an unacceptable risk to their health."

The meeting will also be attended by Birmingham's leading campaigner Eileen O'Connor, who successfully battled a mast near her home in Wishaw, near Sutton Coldfield. It comes a week after Eileen, of the Radiation Research Trust, had top level talks with the Government solicitor general and North Warwickshire MP Mike O'Brien to discuss families' health concerns.

She presented a mass of evidence, including scientific research papers, during an hour-long talk with the minister.

The mother-of-two discussed the march of wireless technology and talked about problems with planning laws surrounding masts and raised the issue of a possible cancer cluster surrounding a mast next to Coleshill School.

She said: "I spoke about planning procedures and the urgent need to force the operators into the full planning process. I also pointed out our concern for children's health in all schools with the introduction of wireless computer networks which will expose children in every school to radiation."

Mr O'Brien told Eileen that health and planning ministers are taking these concerns seriously and are carefully monitoring the latest research.

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