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mercoledì 23 settembre 2015

martedì 22 settembre 2015

Israele: il rapporto annuale 2014 del Ministro della Salute invita alla prudenza



Il Rapporto annuale sul ambiente e benessere del Ministro competente israeliano tra le sue 95 pagine riporta:


  • Precauzione deve essere attivata in modo deciso riguardo ai bambini che sono più sensibili allo sviluppo di cancro.


  • Inoltre il Ministro per la Salute raccomanda un uso di cellulari moderato  pensando alla alternative di telefonia fissa, uso di sistemi viva voce ed altro.

  • Non mettere antenne wifi nella camera dei bambini.

  • Nelle scuole si raccomanda di tenere i ragazzi a distanza superiore di 1,5 m. da antenne wifi.
  • Ridurre l'uso di cellulari in auto o negli ascensori, o nel bus, o nei treni perch? la radiazione è amplificata.

Studi scientifici anche svolti in Israele evidenziano una relazione tra uso del cellular per più di 10 anni e tumori delle ghiandole salivari ed altro.

Il rapporto conclude con una affermazione molto significativa dal  Director of the US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and National Toxicology Program:  Israele è leader mondiale negli studi sugli effetti di radiazione non ionizzanti sulla salute. Se alcuni lavori danno dei segnali premonitori per qualcosa che potrà avvenire, noi potremmo avere delle conseguenze molto più gravi per uno sviluppo continuo ed onnipresente di fonti di radiofrequenze.

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The Report makes the following points:

Cell Phones: "The MoH recommends sensible use of cellular and wireless technology, including: considering alternatives like landline telephones" MoH recommendations include: use a speaker or hands-free phone accessory or (non-wireless) personal earphone in order to distance the telephone from the body, reduce the amount and duration of calls, and in areas of weak reception reduce calls because of higher radiation.

Children: MoH recommends: "refraining from installing the base of wireless phones in a bedroom, work room, or children’s room."

Schools: Levels of non-ionizing radiation were measured in 25 schools nation-wide and "based on these findings, the MoEP recommends that students remain at a distance of at least 1.5 meters from electrical cabinets and that use of wireless communication networks in schools be reduced."

Reduce Exposure in Cars: The MoH recommends not using cellphones in closed places like cars or elevators, buses, and trains unless there is an external antenna "due to amplified radiation in such places." "When driving, a hands-free device should be used for calls. It is recommended to install an antenna outside the vehicle and to use a line connection between the telephone and the speaker as opposed to using Bluetooth."

Research: Previous research findings in Israel "clearly indicated a link between cellphone use for more than 10 years and the development of tumors in the salivary glands." Israel is currently a partner in two additional international studies: (1) MOBI-Kids, a multi-center study involving experts from 16 countries who are examining potential associations between use of communication devices and other environmental factors and risk of brain tumors, and (2) the GERoNiMO (Generalised EMF Research using Novel Methods) project, which uses an integrated approach and expertise from 13 countries to further the state of knowledge on EMF and health.

The Report concludes with a chapter by Linda S. Birnbaum, Director of the US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and National Toxicology Program, who states, "Israel is a world leader in research on the health effects of non-ionizing radiation. If some of the studies turn out to be harbingers of things to come, we may have major health consequences from the nearly ubiquitous presence of wireless equipment."

The recently published ISRAEL 2015 RF Safety Report <http://bit.ly/israel2015report>  details current actions on EMFS such as:

New Public Education Website: The Israeli government launched the public education website TNUDA (http://www.tnuda.org.il) of the National Information Center for Non-Ionizing Radiation <http://www.tnuda.org.il/>  to guide the public and decision-makers on the educated use of technology.

Guidelines for the installation and operation of Wi-Fi networks in schools: Following a petition seeking an outright ban on Wi-Fi in Schools, the government is banning Wi-Fi in kindergartens and restricting hours of use in schools, installing equipment with exposures to be set as low as possible, and monitoring radiofrequency (RF) radiation levels.

Government Testing Finds that Mobile Phones Violate Manufacturers’ Reported SAR: In a study conducted by the Ministry for Environmental Protection and the Holon Institute of Technology, the SAR of 10 models of mobile phones was measured using phantoms. The measured SAR exceeded the SAR declared by the manufacturer, when the phone was held close to the head and in bad reception mode (100% of the maximum power).

ELF EMF limits are recommended at numbers far below international limits. These recommendations were set to account for research showing links to leukemia. "The Ministry of Health (MoH) jointly recommend a threshold of two milligauss on an average annual basis when planning an electrical facility or four milligauss on a daily average." A study performed by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and by the Education Ministry has found that in more than 60% of the schools in Israel at least one classroom had magnetic fields exceeding 0.4 ?T. Action was taken to reduce exposure in these schools.

Headsets and safety information required with every new mobile phone: According to a settlement agreement accepted by the Tel Aviv-Yafo District Court in February 2014, cellular operators must inform buyers of new mobile phones about the radiation safety instructions as formulated by the manufacturer, provide a hands-free kit with every new mobile phone, and provide information on the safe use of mobile phones on its website.

National radiofrequency monitoring program: The Ministry of Environmental Protection is operating a national RF monitoring system with stations that continuously measure the entire range of RF and transmit the data to a central computer that analyzes and displays online the results of measurements <http://www.monitem.co.il/gmap/index.html> .

lunedì 21 settembre 2015

Effetti del Wifi sul sistema cardiovascolare




In questo recente articolo,viene dimostrato un chiaro effetto delle frequenze emesse dai sistemi Wi-Fi  sulla variabilità del ritmo e della pressione sanguigna in animali esposti nell'ambito di una procedura randomizzata.
Questo dato conferma I noti effetti sul sistema cardiovascolare dell'uomo espresso dale radiofrequenze e microonde. In particolare M.Havas in sperimentazioni sull'uomo, ha messo in evidenza come proprio la frequenza a 2.4 gHz tipica del WI-FI ( e del forno a microonde) sia in grado di alterare il sistema nervosa autonomo che governa l'attività cardiaca.
I bambini che frequentano scuole elementari e medie  rischiano di avere seriamente compromessa l'attività bioelettrica di una pompa vitale come quella cardiaca. Pertanto si rende necessario applicare con massima urgenza il principio di precauzione eliminando questi pericolosi sistemi di trasmissione con la cablatura a filo,come raccomanda da tempo sia il Parlamento Europeo che il Consiglio d'Europa. Prima che sia troppo tardi.....
 
 

sabato 19 settembre 2015

I computer non aiutano ... a scuola !

E' quanto conclude uno studio dell'OECD (OCSE) secondo il quale si erano riposte tante speranze che i tablet avrebbero migliorato la capacità di apprendimento ed i risultati scolastici dei ragazzi.

Qui  ne parla un giornalista della BBC basandosi su questo studio .

Ne parla addirittura il Direttore per la Educazione dell'OECD :  gli insegnanti sono stati 'abbagliati' dalle possibilità promesse dall'informatica in aula !

Viene detto che gli studenti che hanno in mano tablet e computer danno risultati inferiori !!!

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Se queste notizie cominciassero a circolare , qualcuno magari si porrà il dubbio che le precedenti convinzioni  erano solo ... indotte (e ovviamente non aggiungo la malafede ed interessi personali !) ?!



domenica 13 settembre 2015

Commissione Ambiente del Parlamento di Cipro

Viene riportata una intervista ad un membro del partito dei Verdi nel Parlamento di Cipro che chiede al Parlamento una forte riduzione dei limiti espositivi come da Raccomandazione della CE del 1999.

La massima attenzione va dedicata ai danni conclamati da vari stuti sia fisici che psicologici per il tanto tempo dedicato dagli adolescenti al computer.  Con l'aggravante del wifi in casa e a scuola.

http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/09/10/technology-harming-our-children-mps-say/

venerdì 11 settembre 2015

Altro articolo sulla sentenza di Tolosa

Abbiamo già riportato la notizia del tribunale di Tolosa che ha riconosciuto la elettrosensibilità : vedere qui

Per fortuna questa notizia ha bucato la cappa di piombo imposta dai mass media ...

questo è l'ultimo articolo, della Repubblica.






PROGETTARE LA SOLIDARIETA' NELLA CITTA' METROPOLITANA - Convegno

Un contributo della nostra amica bolognese, Adriana Palleni



DA BOLOGNA RELAZIONE SUL CONVEGNO DEL 10  SETTEMBRE 2015 ALLA SCUOLA DI SCIENZE POLITICHE  SU -ACHILLE ARDIGO' -PROGETTARE LA SOLIDARIETA' NELLA CITTA' METROPOLITANA -


LA CITTA' METROPOLITANA E IL NUOVO WELFARE COPERTO INTERAMENTE DAL WI-FI UTILE ANCHE E SOPRATUTTO  SULL A SANITA' PER PRENOTARE COL CUP 2000 VISITE MEDICHE -RICOVERI OSPEDALIERI- ASSISTENZA ANZIANI E DISABILI
- INTERAGIRE CON LA SANITA' E LE RETI ELETTRONICHE 
- IL FUTURO E' A PORTATA DI MANO IN UNA REALTà VIRTUALE, E PER ORA TUTTO VIA ETERE CON LO SMARTPHONE  IN MANO CONNESSI IN RETE, LA TECNOLOGIA TRASFORMA UN SOGNO IN RELTA' DICONO I RELATORI....
PAGHEREMO IL TICKET CON LA CARTA DI CREDITO E POTREMO ACCEDERE ALLA NOSTRA SCHEDA SANITARIA SENZA PREOCCUPARCI DI ANDARE DAL MEDICO....C'E' GIA' TUTTO LI'....I NOSTRI DATI PERSONALI....E PER LA PRIVACY SI VEDRA',. FORSE PIU' AVANTI POTREBBERO ESSERCI PROBLEMI GIURIDICI... MA LO SVILUPPO TECNOLOGICO INCALZA.... 
C'E' FRETTA,  L'INTELLIGENZA ARTIFICIALE  SI FA LARGO NON PUò ASPETTARE....
UTILE ANCHE AGLI ANZIANI SOLI CHE POTRANNO INTERAGIRE CON UN ROBOT...QUESTE SONO LE SFIDE DEL FUTURO......

CHE PER ORA è TUTTO VIA ETERE, E NON SI PONE PROBLEMI SULLA  TUTELA E PREVENZIONE  DELLA SALUTE E  SULL'AUMENTO DELL'INQUINAMENTO ELETTROMAGNETICO...RELAZIONE DI ADRIANA PALLENI  ASSOCIAZIONE COMITATI CITTADINI INDIPENDENTI

venerdì 4 settembre 2015

Dichiarazione di Bruxelles 4/9/2015

In assenza di reazioni all'appello dei 190 scienziati del maggio us (vedere qui)

23 di questi hanno prodotto una dichiarazione rivolta direttamente a WHO perché urgentemente inserisca i codici relativi a EHS e MCS nel prossimo ICD in via di pubblicazione.





PRESS RELEASE
From: Sarra Selatnia <sselatnia.artac@gmail.com>
Objet: 2015 International Scientific Declaration on EHS and MCS / Déclaration Scientifique Internationale sur l’EHS et le MCS 2015
Date: Sept 4 2015 
Following the fifth Paris Appeal congress, which took place on the 18th of May, 2015 and focused on environmental hypersensitivities, the attending European, American and Canadian scientists unanimously decided to create a working group and to write a Common International Declaration to request an official recognition of these new diseases and of their sanitary consequences worldwide.
 
The declaration calls upon national and international bodies and institutions and particularly the WHO, for taking urgently their responsibility for recognizing electrohypersensitivity and multiple chemical sensitivity as real diseases, including them in the International Classification of Diseases.
 
This International Declaration also asks national and international institutions to adopt simple precautionary measures of prevention, to inform populations and requires the appointment of real independent expert groups to evaluate these sanitary risks in total scientific objectivity, which is not the case today.
(Attached) Brussels International Scientific Declaration : www.appel-de-paris.com

For the Scientific Committee of the Paris Appeal Fifth Congress:
Pr. David Carpenter, MD (USA)
Pr. Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD (Sweden)
Pr. Dominique Belpomme, MD, MS (France

giovedì 3 settembre 2015

Aggiornamento sui megaprogetti di connessione via satellite



Plans for Global Union Against Radiation Deployment from Space (GUARDS)                                                                                                           
Dear Members and Friends,                                                     August 19,20l5                                                                        
 In my last newsletter, dated November l5, 2014, I wrote about plans to put Wi-Fi everywhere. Those who responded, asking "How can I help?” are now the core of a new organization called GUARDS. It stands for Global Union Against Radiation Deployment  from Space. Its members live in Canada, the U.S., Italy, the U.K., Norway, France, Greece, and Australia. 

The danger is greater and closer at hand than we thought. There will be not just hundreds, but thousands of satellites. Billions of dollars have already been invested. And the sheer numbers of planned rocket launches threaten to contribute to global warming and ozone depletion.
GUARDS 
The (so far) eight companies seeking to rain high-speed Internet on
every square inch of the world before 2020 are:

  •  SpaceX: 4,OOO satellites, altitude 750 miles.Testing to begin in 2016.                                              
  •  OneWeb: 2,400satellites (648 satellites initially),altitude 500-590 miles. target start-up date, 2018-2019.   
  •  Facebook: Satellites, drones and lasers 
  •  Google: 200,000(?) high altitude balloons (at 62,500 feet)(“Project Loon") 
  •  Samsung: 4,600 satellites, altitude 930 miles                               
  •  Iridium Next: 66 satellites, altitude 483 miles. Iridium's satellite hotspot, called 'Iridium GO," providing slow speeds, has been available for purchase since January 2014. Launching of the "next generation" (higher speed) to satellites is scheduled begin in October 2015 and to be completed by 2017.                     
  •  Globalstar: 24 satellites, altitude 880 miles. Also slow speed, and  also already in operation. As an incentive to buy its “Sat-Fi" access points, Globalstar is offering free satellite phones until September 30,20l5                              
  •  Outernet: 200 nanosatellites (4-inch cubes), altitude 560 miles Target start-up date, 2019.          

 The name of the game is competition. The stakes are high, and there is plenty of money to be made. Four and one half billion human beings are not yet in on social media. We may well face several large fleets of satellites providing high speed wireless Internet to penguins.   
        Virgin Galactic and Qualcom have invested in OneWeb's project. Honeywell International has already signed a memorandum of understanding to become OneWeb's first large customer. It plans to provide WiFi on business, commercial, and military aircraft throughout the world. At right is a press image from OneWeb's website.                                       
       Google is pouring money into every potential method of providing global wireless Internet. In addition to Project Loon, which would provide Wi-Fi from balloons,  Google bought Titan Aerospace, which makes high-altitude drones, in April 2014. Google is also investing heavily in Elon Musk's SpaceX project. Google and Fidelity Investments together have sunk one billion dollars in Musk's scheme to Wi-Fi the Earth and Mars.Yes,Mars. South African born billionaire  Musk hopes to plant a colony on the red planet within ten years, and intends to provide high speed Internet to both planets.                                         
       Samsung officially joined the fray last week, providing more details than any of its     
competitors. The just-published article titled ”Mobile lnternet from the Heavens" by Sarnsung  engineer Farooq Khan reveals a plan to put 4,600 satellites into orbit at an altitude of 1,500 kilometers (930 miles), and transmitting at a frequency of 56 GHz. The antenna details are frightening. Each satellite will have phased array antennas with 1,024 elements, an actual power of5l2 watts, and an effective radiated power of one hundred million watts.               
                      
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mercoledì 2 settembre 2015

Anche il Washington Post parla della sentenza di Tolosa



Are ‘WiFi allergies’ a real thing? A quick guide to electromagnetic hypersensitivity
Caitlin Dewey, Washington Post, August 31, 2015 
Science is nowhere near convinced that “WiFi allergies” are legit. But the French legal system is apparently far more credulous: Last week, it ruled that a 39-year-old woman is eligible for nearly $900/month in disability benefits because of her struggles with so-called “electromagnetic hypersensitivity.”
It’s one of the first times a court of law has recognized EHS, or “electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome” — which is incredible, given that actual, hard evidence linking adverse health affects and WiFi signals is pretty negligible. Below, a quick review of what we do and don’t know about the world’s most mysterious “allergy,” with advice for those of you on the verge of chucking your router entirely.

What is EHS?

EHS is, essentially, a grab-bag of physical symptoms with no known cause. Sufferers of EHS, estimated as “several” per million people, tend to experience some combination of physical symptoms like nausea, headaches, palpitations, fatigue and rashes/other dermatological problems, often at the same time. (Less commonly, they may also complain of confusion, memory loss, panic attacks  and the like.)
Researchers and public health officials have documented these symptoms: They’re definitely real, and patients aren’t making them up. EHS, to be clear, is a real syndrome, and the international health community has recognized it as such.
The problem with EHS is that “E” bit: multiple double-blind studies have suggested that, despite anecdotal reports, EHS has no relation to electromagnetic or radio-frequency signals. In fact, the World Health Organization has concluded that there’s no known “medical, psychiatric or psychological” cause for the syndrome, at all. At the conclusion of a ground-breaking, global workshop on the science of EHS in 2004, WHO suggested renaming EHS to “idiopathic environmental intolerance with attribution to EMF,” or electromagnetic fields” — a mouthful that makes it clear that the symptoms’ relationship to EMF is unclear.

How do we not know what causes it?

We don’t know its causes  because its symptoms are so fantastically common. In medical terms, these are called “nonspecific symptoms”: symptoms that can indicate a ton of different problems. A headache can indicate, for instance, that you drank too much coffee this morning; it’s also a sign of meningitis, carbon monoxide poisoning  and the literal plague. (Nonspecific symptoms are basically the reason that using WebMD can be very scary.)
EHS poses that problem several times over: A lot of things could cause each of these symptoms, and different sufferers manifest (or don’t) the symptoms differently.

What are the leading theories?

There are two primary schools of thought here: The first, that environmental conditions that are not Wifi could trigger EHS; and the second, that it represents a sort of reverse-placebo effect.
WHO has compiled a whole laundry list of environmental factors that could cause EHS symptoms, including the “flicker” of fluorescent lights and the glare from screens, and recommended that sufferers engage the services of someone who can evaluate their work environment for issues like indoor air pollution and excessive noise.
  A photo of Google’s WiFi router, the OnHub, to which some people believe they’re allergic. (Collin Hughes/Courtesy of Google via AP)
They also recommend that patients see a psychologist or psychiatrist — a proposal in which they’re not alone. Writing in the Guardian earlier this year, James Rubin and Simon Wessely of King’s College London call EHS an instance of the “nocebo effect,” in which people tend to feel sick because they believe they’ve been exposed to something that will sicken them. In one experiment, the pair showed half of their subjects an episode of the BBC series “Panorama,” which alleged that WiFi signals were harmful. They then exposed the whole group to a fake WiFi signal and waited to see who would get sick. The ones who watched the documentary were far more likely to develop EHS symptoms.
That echoes findings from WHO, which suspects that symptoms can be caused by “pre-existing psychiatric conditions as well as stress reactions as a result of worrying about believed EMF health effects.”

What does the French ruling mean?

To that last point about the stress of EMF health effects, the French ruling could be pretty damaging. By essentially ruling that EHS is a disability, the court legitimized claims that WiFi and other electromagnetic and radio-frequency signals  can cause adverse health effects. If more people begin to worry about that claim, more people could certainly develop EHS.
The French ruling also adds to a growing body of global legal precedent on EHS and its legitimacy. Courts in Australia have already awarded workers’ comp to EHS patients. In Sweden, the syndrome is officially classified as a “functional impairment,” which affords sufferers a range of legal protections and accommodations. (No such steps have been taken in the U.S., where — just this spring — a court in New Mexico threw out a $1.43 million lawsuit over the alleged health effects of iPhone and Wifi signals.)
Perhaps most importantly for sufferers, however, the French ruling affirms that they’re not making all this up. That’s a big deal to a group of people who often say they feel marginalized by their disorder. In March, New York magazine ran a fascinating interview with a woman who says she’s suffered EHS symptoms since 2009: “It takes a lot of energy to not to get depressed by it,” she said. “People say that the electro-sensitive are crazy.”

Soo … should I turn off my WiFi/throw my iPhone into the sea?

Probably not, no. Using WiFi, we can say with some confidence, will not cause you to develop EHS. Unfortunately, we don’t know if that means WiFi and cell signals are 100 percent, totally safe across the board. There isn’t a whole lot of long-term research, and questions remain around fuzzy links between, say, cellphone signals and infertility. In general, however, the advice from the medical community has been pretty comforting: The radio-frequency signals you encounter in your daily life are (a) extremely weak and (b) not damaging.
If you don’t believe me, of course, there’s a growing body of people who’d love to tell you exactly how dangerous WiFi signals and their ilk can be. An entire industry has grown up, in fact, around selling bracelets and blankets and blockers and pills that “negate” or “disrupt” electromagnetic energy. The great irony, of course, is that by hyping these so-called health risks, hucksters just make people more nervous — and thus clear new ground for EHS.
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martedì 1 settembre 2015

Un articolo su Forbes su cover che ci protegge dal cellulare

Sulla prestigiosa rivista americana Forbes, viene riportato un 'lungo' articolo su un nuovo prodotto che protegge la persona dall'uso del telefono cellulare.

articolo qui

Ovviamente ha una motivazione anche pubblicitaria ma è rilevante che questa rivista lo abbia pubblicata (chi la conosce comprende cosa voglio dire) ...

Un commento di AIE sullo sviluppo della elettrosensibilità

Cari amici,

la notizia è rimbalzata a livello mediatico internazionale e nazionale: il risarcimento (pensione d'invalidità) per una donna francese "devastata" dalle esposizioni alle radiazioni eletromagnetcihe artificiali che ormai incessantemente ammorbano l'etere senza soluzione di continuità: wi-fi, tablet, smartphone, cellulari, cordeless, stazioni radio-base di telefonia mobile, ecc... In allegato troverete un grafico pubblicato sulla rivista Bioelectromagnetics da parte di due ricercatori europei. Il dato in proiezione che emerge è sconcertante. Se il numero di persone che accusano i sintomi dell'elettrosensibilità continuerà a crescere linearmente (in base a indagini epidemiologiche condotte nel mondo) si prevede per il 2017 una percentuale pari al 50% della popolazione ammalata.
Non avete idea di quante persone (disperate e totalmente abbandonate  a se stesse) giornalmente chiamano la nostra associazione per chiedere aiuto in esito ai sintomi accusati per esposizioni a diversificate sorgenti che emettono campi elettromagnetici.
Facciamo come possiamo, ascoltando, consolando, incoraggiando e organizzando.

Mi domandavo: con la scriteriata e criminale diffusione del wi-fi (per il quale vi sono 18 pubblicazioni scientifiche che riportano effetti biologico/sanitari...) nelle nostre scuole elementari/ medie e superiori quanti altri invalidi potremmo attenderci negli anni a seguire?

Visitate il nostro nuovo sito (in allestimento) www.elettrosensibili.it ove troverete il video tratto dal TG1 dell'altra sera.
e sosteneteci ( per chi non l'avesse ancora fatto) in questa battaglia fatta anche di successi,vittorie  ecrescente consapevolezza.

E' per la salute di noi tutti. Aiutateci ad aiutarvi. La nostra (con poche altre associazioni presenti in rete e molti scienziati "indipendenti") è la sola ed unica voce fuori dal coro in un ambito dove predominano giganteschi interessi economico/commerciali, ove la salute delle persone conta nulla.

Grazie,
Paolo Orio
vice presidente Associazione Italiana Elettrosensibili

Per iscrizione:
Conto Corrente Postale N° 001004458947
intestato ad ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA ELETTROSENSIBILI

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