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WHO fact sheet on RF-EMF

The carcinogenic effect of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) on humans was evaluated at a meeting during 24 – 31 May 2011 at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) at WHO in Lyon, France. 388 more words

Cell Phone

Concept Model: Keyhole

This model is an abstract representation of a keyhole, and how the shapes of which could be used to create a unique interior space. The model shows a centered, radial organization with greater focus on sight and transparency as you approach the center. 18 more words


Do people understand the meaning of 'possible' and 'probable' ?

Since the IARC 2011 classification of cell phone, cell tower and wi-fi radiation as a possible carcinogen there is, from time to time, debated issue of the understanding of the meaning of the classification and distinguishing, in every day life,between the meanings of the ‘possible carcinogen’ and the ‘probable carcinogen’. 234 more words

Mobile Phones And Health

A True Opt-Out on Smart Meters

A True Opt-Out: Evaluating Health Effects in Smart Meters

Smart Meters are coming to my town, as they may be to yours.  Smart Meters, which send WiFi signals back to mission control, will likely become more popular in future years since they save utility companies money and enable people to optimize energy savings if they so desire.   1,342 more words

Amendments to the Classification Act 1995 simplify video game classification

by Grace Wye

On 28 August the government passed new amendments to the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Act 1995 that will change the way video games are classified in Australia. 443 more words

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