Alasdair Philips is one of the UK,s leading voices on Electro-Magnetic fields and RF, he has run Powerwatch which has been researching the links between electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and health risks for about 30 years, and is completely independent of government and industry. https://www.powerwatch.org.uk/docs/aboutus.asp
He is a member of BEMRI
The Bio-Electromagnetic Research Initiative (BEMRI) has been formed to create a research portal, for the scientific community and interested members of the lay public, which helps to rapidly disseminate international research findings, best practice measures and scientific hypotheses on matters related to electromagnetic (EM) phenomena.http://www.bemri.org/
He is also an advisor to Radiation Research Trust and was once the news letter editor for Electronics and Computing for peace. He has also been involved in investigations into the misuse of electromagnetic weapons by the military.
Alasdair Philips is a scientist who has been involved in research in this area for the past 50 years.
He also is involved in two companies that supply equipment to test EMR and RF and protective shielding items.
Here is Alasdair Philips being interviewed by Dr Mercola on YT.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYV8YWESt_Y
In June 2018, he had a study published in the peer reviewed Journal of Environmental and Public Health, in which he studied the rise of brain tumours between 1995 to 2015 and concluded that one possible factor is the widespread use of cell phones.https://microwavenews.com/news-center/gbms-rising-uk
Alasdair Philips has chaired and presented at international conferences on these topics.
EMFields was established to provide high quality measurement equipment and screening products to protect people from the ever-increasing levels of Electromagnetic radiation, or electrosmog, in our environment designed by Alasdair Philips. https://emfields-solutions.com/aboutus.asp
Alasdair Philips is also one of the 230 scientists and doctors who have signed a moratorium to stop the 5G roll out.
And yet when reports came out from Mark Steele in Gateshead that the lamposts were emitting 5G, Mark was contacted by Alasdair Philips.
This is part of an email that was sent to me when I asked this organisation their views on the lamposts emitting 5G.
I have been in contact with Mark Steele and also offered to visit Gateshead with a range of more professional test equipment than he used. He used a very basic “broad band” [isotropic] meter that would pick up any signal within 50MHz – 3.5GHz coming from all directions. He would need equipment that includes a Log Per [Directional] antenna and indeed covers a wider range of frequencies. Did you see the video clip of waving his meter pointing towards a street light he claimed was producing 4,000 millivolts, but afraid not possible coming from the small transmitter where he was pointing his meter. [Not suitable meter for the particular task]
Along with another member of our group, have phoned him several times to offer my services freely if he could arrange for me to carry out a free survey for members of the public of whom he has contact who are suffering heath issues that is suggested are coming from these lamp post transmitters that he claims are 5G. Mark may be correct about 5G, but until proper measurements are carried out I cannot make comment. We would like to take measurements at Gateshead, though must ensure we have with contact someone like Mark and most importantly independent folk who suffer the effects of ELF pollution living in close proximity to these transmitters.
We find it very strange he has not taken us up on our offer. I told him it could help him with his very worthy campaign and we certainly need more people like Mark to bring about awareness.
Steele had become hostile to Alasdair during this communication process and had told Alasdair that he, “did not know what he was talking about” when it was pointed out that Steele’s equipment was insufficient.
Given the fact that Alasdair Philips designed such equipment and that he was one of the UK,s most prominent anti EMF proponents, that accusation was staggering to me.https://emfields-solutions.com/aboutus.asp
I then arranged for a member of the public to meet with the research group. They tested the lamposts that were shown in his videos and here is that report.
Report on Gateshead Lampposts to investigate alleged 5G signals
In May 2018 Bemri visited Gateshead at locations where it had been suggested 5G transmitters’ were mounted on lamp posts and were operating and producing around 4,000 m/V. [4 mV/m] These were said to be found at locations such as the shopping arcade [by bus stop] at Whickham from video recordings by a certain third party. The instrument used by the third party was an isotropic RF meter that records signals received from all directions not simply the direction the meter is pointing.
We used professional Gigahertz RF test meters and spectrum analyzer and the strongest signal recorded at this location was 1.4V/m emitted from an array of mobile phone transmitters located a few hundred yards down the opposite side of the Main Rd from the shopping arcade. After testing around a five mile radius from Whickham readings ranged from 0.25 V/m to 6.5 V/m.
It could be seen from the video recordings of the said third party RF meter readings consistently ranged around a 4V/m mark wherever any measurements were taken, even from the inside of a car travelling along a main carriageway, which is really not possible unless perhaps a Smart phone was nearby or used to video the RF meter readings. Trying to monitor signals from the inside of a car [especially moving vehicles] is a rather pointless exercise.
A Smart phone easily produces readings around levels shown in these video recordings, even when it’s not in transmission mode. All RF meters monitor frequencies from sources with the highest power density, not lower, or accumulation of other signals.
We could not find 5G signals coming from street lighting at any location we surveyed.
Bemri is an independent self funded research group strongly apposed to 5G and other electromagnetic pollution, of which long proven causes harm to all biological systems.
Now, after hearing supporters of Steele claim that Alasdair Philips was no expert and that he was a charlatan, I decided to provide the evidence to prove that this was not the case.
The charlatan is Mark Steele, a man who is getting main stream media coverage, claiming that these lamposts were 5G, when experts in this field have shown them not to be.
A man who is supposedly fighting this issue with his answer being a new political party.
A man who calls anyone who mentions these facts, a 5G denier.
Despite the fact that I am running a 5G mass action campaign that has shared leaflets to people to campaign in over 160 areas around the UK, and despite the fact that I have this website updated on many aspects of the dangers of 5G, I am also called a 5G denier.
So an expert with 50 years experience, peer reviewed studies on the link between mobile phones and EMF, respected as one of the UK,s leading spokesmen against the dangers of EMF and RF, who has even built equipment to test it, is named a charlatan whilst Steele, who is self proclaimed weapons expert who has worked on secret nuclear programmes, makes himself the expert on 5G whilst ignoring the facts.
The facts being, Gateshead lamposts were NOT transmitting 5G in the first place.
Controlled Opposition, with a political party for you to join.