Dariusz Leszczynski is an expert in the biological and health effects of cell phone radiation.
Since 2009 he publishes a science blog dealing with the issue of cell phone radiation and health: http://betweenrockandhardplace.wordpress.com
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Published 4:59 p.m. May 8, 2013
Why is CTIA afraid of the WHO fact sheet #193?
Published 8:26 p.m. May 2, 2013
Mr. Tom Wheeler, a former CTIA Chairman was nominated for the Chairmanship of the FCC, a clear-cut conflict of interest.
Published 3:11 p.m. April 9, 2013
Safety limits on cell-phone-emitted radiation, set in late ‘90s by FCC, IEEE and ICNIRP, are insufficient to protect the general public.
Published 4:44 p.m. March 18, 2013
Forbes' Magazine blogger attacks me for criticizing the flaws of the Danish Cohort Study, published in The Scientist Magazine
Published 5:30 p.m. March 5, 2013
BioInitiative, ICNIRP and MMF, all rejected any participation in "The Round-Table Initiative". The WHO did not respond.
Published 4:35 a.m. February 6, 2013
The same scientific evidence, when evaluated by different experts or expert groups can lead to very different conclusions.
Published 9:20 p.m. August 8, 2012
The GAO report will be read, acknowledged, considered and... nothing will happen.
Published 5:51 a.m. August 2, 2012
The IARC classification justifies implementation of the Precautionary Principle, confirms the existence of non-thermal effects and justifies revision of safety standards.
Published 9:03 p.m. July 24, 2012
We need fair debate to counteract and replace the creed with the science. The upcoming 2012 Monte Verità conference has this potential. It should not be wasted.
Published 6:24 a.m. July 17, 2012
How reliable and trustworthy are evaluations of science concerning cell phone radiation and health? Are conflicts of interest and lack of real scientific debate leading to scientific demagogy instead of scientific progress?
Published 8:52 p.m. May 3, 2012
The recent UK Health Protection Agency’s (HPA) Report ‘Health Effects from Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields’ by the Advisory Group on Non-Ionizing radiation (AGNIR) clearly misleads the public and decision makers alike. It claims to be a comprehensive review of studies published after 2003. It is by far not what it claims to be.
Published 3:09 a.m. April 14, 2012
Former Head of the WHO EMF Project, Mike Repacholi, commented that the former Head of the WHO, Gro Harlem Brundtland, spread "fear of cell phones"
Published 9:55 a.m. April 7, 2012
The IARC has warned that cell phone radiation is a possible carcinogen. Why the warning was forgotten?
Published 10:56 a.m. April 1, 2012
Four European experts consider that EHS, ailment allegedly caused by EMF, does not exist. Austrian physicians think the opposite and provide guidelines how to diagnose EHS. Is the science on EHS sufficiently reliable for any far reaching conclusions? I do not think so. New scientific approach is urgently needed.
Published 3:30 p.m. March 26, 2012
Use of the headline "Mouse, phone call" (in German "Maus, Telefon!") in the German Die Zeit story attempts to ridicule Yale study on the effects of cell phone radiation on mouse fetuses. For me, the Die Zeit story ultimately ridicules not the Yale study, but also the debunker.