Bacteria, mobile phones & WiFi – a deadly combination?

Bacteria exposed to mobile phone and WiFi radiation turned resistant to antibiotics, science demonstrates. The implications of this are chilling and may easily explain the on-going huge and highly frightening development into more and more antibiotics-resistant microorganisms around the world. That claims Olle Johansson, associate professor at the Karolinska Institute, Department of Neuroscience, and head …

BMW wages war on ‘electro smog’

Munich’s research and innovations boffins warn against unlimited electro-magnetic radiation. BMW’s Vehicle Research and Innovations Centre, known by its German acronomym ‘FIZ’ (pictured), is on the frontline of a battle to contain electro-magnetic radiation – known within the organisation as ‘electro smog’. Ultra-high frequency and microwave radiation waves are all around us, says BMW spokesman …

CERN upgrades WiFi infrastructure to support researchers on the move

Matthew Finnegan | May 17, 2017 The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) is upgrading its wireless broadband network in order to support thousands of researchers using mobile devices while moving around its campus buildings. There are more than 12,000 staff, visiting researchers and contract workers onsite at CERN’s physics laboratory in Geneva each day, …

Kathrein’s New In-Ground Antenna Revolutionises Mobile Communication in Cities

Kathrein introduces an innovative solution for mobile communication in city centres. In collaboration with Swisscom, Switzerland’s leading telecom provider, Kathrein has developed “Kathrein Street Connect”, an in-ground antenna system that enhances mobile capacity at hotspots with high data traffic. Following a trial period in Bern, the antenna will be brought into operation in selected cities …

Krakow’s bold step to curb electromagnetic pollution reflects growing evidence of harm

Lynne Wycherley 12th January 2017 As Kraków, Poland’s second city, takes steps to protect its citizens from rising electromagnetic ‘smog’ from mobile phones, wifi, Bluetooth, smart meters and other devices, Lynne Wycherley summarises 2016’s news highlights on the emerging bio-risks of rising exposure to non-ionisiong radiation. For how much longer can governments continue to ignore …

Smart meters and cell damage from pulsed em radiation – our health at risk?

Lynne Wycherley 11th April 2017 ‘Smart meters’ looked like a great idea, writes Lynne Wycherley, giving us more control over our energy use. The downside? They emit as many as 14,000 short bursts of intense microwave radiation a day, disrupting cellular electrochemistry and causing health symptoms from migraine to tinnitus, insomnia, dizziness, anxiety, chest pain, …

EMR Aware Update April – May 2017

This free newsletter is published by EMR Aware, a citizens’ group based in Northern NSW Australia. It contains information on the health, environmental, and social impacts of modern electro-technologies. This is offered in the pubic interest to encourage a fair and balanced discussion of the topics at hand. Particular attention is paid to material that …

Rolling Out a 5G World Control Grid Using Untested Frequencies: “We Won’t Wait for the Standards” – FCC Chairman

5G is being rolled out fast right now, with Verizon testing it out in 11 US cities and ATT also conducting experiments. For those who don’t know, 5G is the latest wireless system that telecommunications companies are trying to implement to service wireless communication. It’s designed to allow faster downloads of more data. It uses the 28, 37 …