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  • Mays Swicord conducted doctoral research in bioelectricalmagnetics at the University of Maryland, with support of the Office of Naval Research and the FDA .  His published studies in 1983 presented results of a device he had designed to measure resonance induced by microwave radiation which showed that DNA in the brain of rodents resonated much more frequently than water.
  • An Optical Method for Investigating the Microwave Absorption Characteristics of DNA and Other Biomolecules in Solution | Mays L. Swicord & Christopher C. Davis | 1983 | Download PDF

“The observed absorption of microwave energy by DNA could be the result of dielectric relaxation of segments of the molecule or an indication of an optical absorption mode broadened by the presence of water molecules. However, the results presented in this work are in good agreement with the Prohofsky model of acoustic mode absorption by varying lengths of DNA. Prohofsky and Van Zandt predicted that 450 to 2000 base pair segments of synthetic DNA should absorb lo3 to lo4 times as strongly in the microwave region as an equivalent mass of water with a decrease i peak absorption due to water damping. The 1.7% dilution of DNA investigated by PFLOH spectroscopy in this work indicated a 40% increase in absorption above pure water at 8 GHz and a 10 to 12% increase at 12 GHz.  Based on the concentration of the DNA solution which gave 40% more absorption than pure water at 8 GHz, the microwave absorption of DNA at this frequency is 24times greater than for an equivalent mass of water.”  p. 41

2 – How the Fires of Technology Shock and Awe
3 – The War That Started It All
  • The Procrustean Approach | Donald Maisch, PhD | 2010 | Download PDF
4 – What the Animals Try to Tell Us
  • Recent Papers Showing DNA Damage, Comments by Wilhelm Mosgoeller | Download PDF
  • Extremely Low Frequency electromagnetic fields as effectors of cellular responses in vitro: possible immune cell activation | Journal of Cellular Biochemistry | Link
  • Genetic Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic Fields | Henry Lai | Download PDF
  • Whole Body Exposure With GSM 900 MHz Affects Spatial Memory in Mice | Download PDF
  • Cranial and Postcranial Skeletal Variations Induced in Mouse Embryos by Mobile Phone Radiation | September 29, 2009 | Download PDF
  • Electromagnetic Fields and Cells | Reba Goodman | Download PDF
  • Salford studies on blood brain barrier becoming weakened by RF | Download PDF
5 – An Electrical Storm in the Brain
  • Over the past three decades, Professor Om. P. Gandhi and his collaborators have produced a large number of important analyses and devised models to estimate brain absorption from radiofrequency radiation.  Until 1996, they were supported by industry.  They showed that uneven distribution of RF in the brain could result in much higher exposures in small areas, making the use of a 10 gram cube for averaging exposures highly questionable.  DeSalles and colleagues in Porto Alegre, Brasil and Niels Kuster and colleagues in Switzerland have also provided additional elaboration on this work, showing that children are more vulnerable than adults.
  • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine | The ANSI Radio Frequency Safety Standard: Its Rationale and Some Problems | Om P. Gandhi, PhD | March 1987 | Download PDF
  • Physics in Medicine and Biology | Some present problems and a proposed experimental phantom for SAR compliance testing of cellular telephones at 835 and 1900 MHz | Om P. Gandhi & Gang Kang | Download PDF
  • Behavioral and thermal effects of microwave radiation – at resonant and nonresonant wavelengths | J. A. D’Andrea & Om P. Gandhi | 1977 | Download PDF
  • IEEE | Comparison of Electromagnetic Absorption Characteristics in the Head of Adult and a Children for 1800 MHz Mobile Phones | Alvaro A. A. de Salles, et al | 2005 | Download PDF
  • Bioelectromagnetics | A Numerical and Experimental Comparison of Human Head Phantoms for Compliance Testing of MobileTelephone Equipment | Niels Kuster, et al | 2005 | Download PDF
  • ANSI | Safety levels with respect to human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields 300 kHz to 100 gHz | September 1, 1982 | Download PDF
  • ANSI | American National Standard Radio Frequency Radiation Hazard Warning Symbol | August 5, 1981 | Download PDF
  • ANSI | Techniques and instrumentation for the measurement of potentially hazardous electromagnetic radiation at microwave frequencies | April 20, 1973 | Download PDF
  • Institute of Physics Publishing | Some present problems and a proposed experimental phantom for SAR compliance testing of cellular telephones at 835 and 1900 MHz | Download PDF
  • IEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques | Electromagnetic Absorption in the Human Head and Neck for Mobile Telephones at 835 and 1900 MHz | Download PDF
6 – The Doktor Who Danced with the Devil
7 – The Trouble with Men
8 – Cell Phones Cure Alzheimer’s!
  • Cranial and postcranial skeletal variations induced in mouse embryos by mobile phone radiation | Fragopoulou et al | September 29, 2009 | Download PDF
  • Whole body exposure with GSM 900MHz affects spatial memory in mice | Frangopoulou et al | November 1, 2009 | Download PDF
  • Robert O. Becker & Gary Selden | The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life | New York: Harper, 1985 | A well written story of the author’s painstaking discoveries of the existence of low levels of electric current in many biological media, ranging from a salamander’s regrowing leg to a human brain cell in a Petri dish.
  • Robert O. Becker | Cross Currents: The Perils of Electropollution, the Promise of Electromedicine | New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher, Penguin, 1990, 2004 | With preface by Louis Slesin, shows that electricity can benefit medicine by promoting bone healing, among other things, but also demonstrates that electricity can affect human health adversely.
  • Camilla Rees, MBA | Alzheimer’s Mouse Study – Do We Smell a Rat? | February 16, 2010
9 – Public Health Isn’t Physics
  • Interphone Study | Extra-Scientific Influences on IARC
  • Yueh-Ying Han, Ph.D., Hideyuki Kano, M.D, Ph.D., Devra L Davis Ph.D., Ajay Niranjan, Mch, L. Dade Lunsford, M.D. | Cell Phone Usage and Acoustic Neuroma: The Need for Standardized Questionaires and Access to Industry Data | Download PDF
  • Ramazzini Institute | Non-Thermal Effects and Mechanisms of Interaction Between Electromagnetic Fields and Living Matter | Download PDF

Hardell analyses of increased brain tumors tied with long term cell phone use

  • Pooled analysis of two case–control studies on use of cellular and cordless telephones and the risk for malignant brain tumours diagnosed in 1997–2003 | Lennart Hardell & Michael Carlberg | March 16, 2006 | Download PDF
  • International Journal of Oncology | Pooled analysis of two case-control studies on the use of cellular and cordless telephones and the risk of benign brain tumours diagnosed during 1997-2003 | 2006 | Download PDF
  • International Journal of Oncology | Meta-analysis of long-term mobile phone use and the association with brain tumours | March 4, 2008 | Download PDF
  • Open Environmental Sciences | Methodological Aspects of Epidemiological Studies on the Use of Mobile Phones and their Association with Brain Tumors | Lennart Hardell, Michael Carlberg & Kjell Hansson Mild | 2008 | Download PDF
  • Occupational Environmental Medicine | Long-term use of cellular phones and brain tumours: increased risk associated with use for >10 years | Hardell et al | 2007 | Download PDF
  • Pathophysiology papers indicating an array of experimental impacts of RF | Download Zip File
10 – Reading the Fine Print
  • Keine Deckung in Ireland | May 12, 2002 | Download PDF
  • Gerling Konzern  | June 18, 2001 | Download PDF
  • Cour D’Appel De Versailles | February 4, 2009 | Download PDF
  • Mobile Kommunikation | November 22, 1997 | Download PDF
  • Allianz-Versicherung Deutschalnd | July 19, 2005 | Download PDF
  • Versicherer furchten die Mobilfunk-Risiken | February 2, 2004 | Download PDF
  • Insurance Company says: No Liability Cover on Health Effects | May 21, 2002 | Download PDF
  • Electromagnetism and the Insurance Industry | May 17, 2002 | Download PDF
  • Emerging Risks: Der Umgang mit neuen Risiken in Assekuranz und Industrie | August 30, 2006 | Download PDF
  • Electrosmog – A Phantom Risk | 1996 | Download PDF
  • Ronald Herberman’s Testimony to Congress | September 25, 2008 | Download PDF
  • Muchner Ruck | 1997 | Download PDF
  • Robert C.Kane worked for Motorola as a test engineer for cell phones for more than two decades and developed brain cancer, which he believed was tied with his exposures.  His book was self-published the year that he died in 2002 and documents some of the scientific grounds for believing that radiofrequency radiation could cause cancer and the delays in releasing information on the hazards of radiofrequency radiation and the manipulation of science that went on in order to reduce regulatory attention to cell phones.
  • Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette: A Historical and Scientific Perspective | Written by Robert C. Kane | 2001 | Download Book
  • Salivary tumors increased in heaviest cell phone users, Sadetzki, 2008
  • Israeli Dental Association reports tripling of malignantsalivary tumors, Zini, 2009
  • Business Insurance | Next asbestos could be in air | Gloria Vogel | Views from the insurance industry about broader wireless issues | September 13, 2010
  • Patents on Reducing RF | International Application Published Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) | September 2, 2004 | Download PDF
11 – The World From Now On
  • Pulizter Center on Crisis Reporting | Crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo | Mvemba Phezo Dizolele | August 13, 2009
  • Environmental Health Perspectives | Source of Funding and Results of Studies of Health Effects of Mobile Phone Use: Systemic Review of Experimental Studies | Download PDF (524 KB)
  • Biological Studies on Radiation Similar to that Emitted by Cell Phones | Mobile Phone Affects Cerebral Blood Flow in Humans | Download DOC (2.1 MB)
  • Henry Lai | Analyses of Industry Funded & Independent studies of Cell Phone Research | Download PPT (76 KB)