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Health worries over WiFi

Thursday 8th March 2007
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Dear London News

First of all congratulations on covering the wifi issue. It is particularly concerning since the government are behind a drive to have this technology in all our primary and secondary schools. Over half are reported to already have these systems.

There are safe alternative solutions such as Home Plug (where the internet can be accessed through the mains) or floor boxes which can be put in classrooms and portable laptops simply plugged in and out as required.

Sweden officially recognise electrical hypersensitivity and estimate that up to 5% of the population are sensitive to the radiation emitted by wifi and other devices. This would mean in a class of 30 children that at least one child in each class would be immediately affected in the form of headaches, dizziness, concentration problems, etc Apart from this being unacceptable, this is not even considering the longer term effects of a high risk of cancer and leukaemia already shown up in research. (such as the REFLEX study and others)

I note that in your piece Dr Clark said measurements should be taken in schools! We know what the emission levels from Wifi are. We know they are below the 'guidelines' set by the UK. However we also know, and the HPA will not acknowledge, that these ICNIRP 'guidelines' are set to prevent heating of body tissue over a very short time period. (6 minutes). There are no guidelines to prevent other 'biological' effects (other than heating) that may occur from long term exposure and at lower exposures.

The pulsed microwave radiation emitted from the Wifi transmitters (access points) is still over billions of times higher than the natural background levels that there used to be just 15 years ago! Scientists are saying our bodies do not have repair mechanisms to cope with this new form of radiation now in our environment.

The Wifi transmitters are on all day in our schools. What are we doing to our children?


Sarah Purdy

ICNIRP guidelines for exposure from electromagnetic radiation

From the paragraph entitled "Basis for Limiting Exposure" (page 3)

"Induction of cancer from long-term EMF exposure was not considered to be established, and so these guidelines are based on short-term immediate health effects such as stimulation of peripheral nerves and muscles, shocks and burns caused by touching conducting objects and elevated tissue temperatures resulting from absorption of energy during exposure to EMF.

In the case of potential long term effects of exposure, such as an increased risk of cancer, ICNIRP concluded that available data are insufficient to provide a basis for setting exposure restrictions, although epidemiological research has provided suggestive, but unconvincing evidence of an association between possible carcinogenic effects and exposure levels of
50/60 HZ, magnetic flux densities substantially lower than these guidelines."

NB. By short term, they mean 6 minutes exposure.

Source: Federal Gazette Nr. 43 dated 03 March 1992, ­ Publications of the Federal Radiation Protection Commission, Germany, Volume 24, Page 6

Specific effects which are not related to heating have been described in the scientific literature for approximately 15 years. If a high frequency radiation is amplitude modulated with another frequency, field effects can occur, which do not exist under unmodulated radiation.

These manifest mostly as changes in the permeability of the cell membranes.

For example, it has been found that with high frequency radiation with a frequency of 147 MHz which was modulated with frequencies between 6 and 20 Hz, the calcium efflux from cell cultures was significantly (by 10 ­ 20%) increased for certain frequencies. Generally, a complex dependency of these effects on intensity and frequency has been observed, showing that certain frequency windows are particularly active. These membrane effects have been replicated many times, so that their existence has become accepted scientific knowledge.

It needs to be noted that the SAR values used in some studies were lower than 0.01 W/kg, and therefore significantly below the threshold of thermally relevant intensities.

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Delight for Avoch residents as mast plan is scrapped

By Shirley Hastings
Published: 09 March, 2007

BLACK Isle residents who feared they could soon be living with a mobile phone mast near their homes breathed a huge sigh of relief this week at news the plans have been shelved.

The announcement from Orange ended months of worry for residents living near the Knockmuir site, in Avoch, where the controversial mast had been proposed.

The company’s original proposals could have seen a 10-metre pole, telecommunications equipment and landscaping on the site.

However, the plans provoked fears about the mast’s impact on public health and the landscape. Other worries included it worsening visibility at a junction at Knockmuir/Killen Road.

In a letter to Avoch and Killen Community Council, which opposed the plans, Orange explained that following a review of its coverage, it decided to join forces with rival company Vodafone to create a combined network of mast stations. As a result of this it will no longer be pressing forward with its plans for Avoch.

A spokesman for the company said, “In the medium term is it likely that only sites capable of accommodating combined Orange and Vodafone coverage via shared antennae will be progressed. Over the long term, it is envisaged that both operators will work to fully integrate network infrastructure.”

He explained this would reduce the necessity of new base station sites, and allow the removal of redundant equipment where both operators currently have capacity and are able to make provision.

“As a result, Orange will no longer be progressing the proposal to physically develop a base station in the Avoch area, although requirements are subject to on-going review.”

At a public meeting held back on June last, attended by 35 villagers, mostly from Knockmuir View and houses nearest the site, Orange gave assurances it would re-open negotiations with Broadlands for a site on its land at Arkendeith.

This site was favoured by the community but negotiations never reached an agreement.

Commenting on the news that plans had been shelved, community council chairman Martin Gill, said he was pleased for villagers who objected to the plan, which had caused them months of worry.

“Whilst we all want good reception on our mobile phones, the siting of masts is a difficult issue,” he said. “In this case, we felt the proposed mast was too close to houses and intrusive to the landscape. The community council favoured an earlier plan for a mast at Arkendeith, but Orange was unable to come to an agreement with Broadland.”


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Phone mast fears at new school site

08 March 2007 | 11:00


Myland County Primary School headteacher David Young said he was surprised that after 10 years of waiting people were given only a week’s notice for such an important meeting.

FEARS have been voiced that a new primary school in north Colchester is being built close to a radio mast.

A public meeting held to discuss the new school was also the subject of criticism after parents and other interested parties were only given a week's notice about the meeting.

The new school on the former Turner Village Hospital site would have spaces for 210 pupils and open in September 2009.

Figures compiled by the county council forecast the area will be lacking 281 school places by the year 2011 and many of those will be in the catchment areas served by Myland Primary School and North Primary School.

A new school has been in the pipeline for the area for ten years.

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More than 100 campaigners fighting plans for a new mobile phone mast near two Shrewsbury schools are to hold a demonstration at the proposed site.

They will protest against phone giant O2’s plans to site the 41ft antenna next to the junction of Copthorne Park and Copthorne Road.

More than 100 demonstrators are expected at the rally at 3.15pm on Friday. Leading campaigners will also meet with O2 managers and MP Daniel Kawczynski to urge the company to relocate the mast.

They say it is too close to homes and Woodfield County Infant and St George’s Junior schools.

A spokesman for the protesters said today: “We are hoping to get some of the councillors along on Friday as well as children and their parents. There seems to be growing support now for what we are doing.

“We are trying to get as many people as possible on Friday. We will also be meeting O2 and Daniel Kawczynski. I would like for O2 to meet with all of the campaigners face to face.

“There will be a lot of people standing at the mast site with signs saying Say No To O2 which is our campaign.

“We are also trying to get together a formal committee and have started a petition. I am sure we can stop this ma- st going up.”

Councillors rejected the scheme but O2 won a planning appeal last month.

O2 says it has made a significant financial commitment to the site. It claims there is no evidence masts are harmful and it would provide better coverage.

Omega this is not true. See under:

Anti-mast campaigners will meet tomorrow at Woodfield County Infant School, at 7.30pm.

Protesters have also set up an e-mail address for people to share concerns: no-phonemast

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