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Why is this so important?

“ICNIRP is preparing advisories ‘enforced’ world-wide by the WHO and applied by the numerous governments and by the multi-billion industry.”

In other words, ICNIRP’s lack of true scientific inquiry will have serious ramifications worldwide. For example, in the US, if the FCC ever gets around to addressing their 2013 docket on “up-dating” their RF standards, they will rely heavily on ICNIRP’s recommendations.

1. ICNIRP Revision of High Frequency Guidelines and
2. “ICNIRP did it again…”

…intended to be read consecutively.

1. ICNIRP (International Committee on Non Ionizing Radiation Protection) recently issued an interim statement on its 1998 exposure guidelines for frequencies up to 300 GHz…(5g will be staying in the double digits for the time being, but according to former FCC Chair Wheeler, they hope to open up the triple digits soon.) ICNIRP says it expects to come out with updated guidelines in 2018. But until they do, they assure the public: “The 1998 guidelines still provide protection against all known health effects of high-frequency radiation within the frequency range 100 kHz – 300 GHz.”

See this first link for ICNIRP’s assurance.


2. The second link is to a critique from 2016 on the lack of true scientific consensus represented by ICNIRP Committee members, who are more of a “private club” of like minded thinkers.

“I am NOT SAYING that the members of the ICNIRP Main Commission lack expertise. I am NOT SAYING that the newly selected members of the ICNIRP Main Commission should not be on the ICNIRP Main Commission. What I am SAYING is the current ICNIRP Main Commission and the Environmental Health Criteria draft preparatory group of experts do not represent all of the existing scientific opinions on the effects of EMF on human health.“

ICNIRP did it again…


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