A clarification about ICNIRP

ICNIRP clarification

Eileen, Please could you forward this letter to all of those on your circulation list, in other words the entire universe.

Take care, Lynn.

Dr Gunde Ziegelberger
Scientific Secretary and Committee, ICNIRP,
c/o BfS Arbeitsgruppe Nichtionisierende Strahlung,
Ingolstädter Landstr. 1,
85764 Neuherberg,

18th July 2006.

Dear Dr Ziegelberger and collegues,

As you are probably aware, the Mobile Phone Industry, when challenged on the safety of their masts, and in particular their relationship to biological affects and electro sensitivity,(both reported at levels way below ICNIRP), endorse their equipments safety by stating that it complies with ICNIRP Guidelines. I believe this statement to be misleading and inaccurate.

My understanding is that ICNIRP guidelines relate to Thermal Heating only, and that these guidelines were intended for short term exposure, nothing else.

I would be extremely grateful if you were able to clarify the following points please.

Do those guidelines put forward by ICNIRP cover biological effects?

Do those guidelines put forward by ICNIRP cover electro sensitivity?

Were the guidelines intended for long term exposure?

Were the guidelines intended for short term exposure only?

What do you mean by short term?

Do the guidelines cover an accumulation of radiation from 24 hour exposure to a phone mast?

I appreciate the attention given to these questions, and welcome your prompt reply, as it has become imperative that we ascertain what exactly the guidelines in their present form do cover, to clear up a lot of uncertainty, and to prevent others from using ICNIRP’s name to endorse anything other than that which is contained within the guidelines.

Yours sincerely,

Lynn Insley,
vice chair, scram charitable trust

Informant: Eileen O'Connor


A clarification about ICNIRP

From Tom Unrelated:

Impressum ICNIRP.org is provided by ICNIRP e.V.
Ingolstaedter Landstr. 1
85764 Oberschleissheim

The point is "e.V.", meaning "eingetragener Verein" -> "declared club". Anyone can register "e.V.", any hobby sports or even chess club has this legal form in Germany, tens of thousands. Not to forget the beekeepers who use it. It doesn't cost more then 50,- Euro to register one. It doesn't say anything at all, beside you might get quite some tax exemption.

Of course legal personal bond is pretty limited to "e.V." executives...

Sounds crazy, the WHO bases its EMF standards on a German "eingetragener Verein" (declared club)! But then WHO has zero legitimation as well, all constructed to fool us people.

But then, if people do not grasp the source of all the problems, it is unlikely mankind will ever be free again!

Informant: Iris Atzmon


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