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  Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation Part 2

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A similar epidemiologic study was carried out by CMPH. The amended ELV for microwaves was however set at 50 microwatts/cm2 for an 8 hour working day. Thus the ELVs were firmly based on at least two large scale human population health effects studies. By contrast the Western values were derived from a few small acute studies on rodents and small primates. It is obvious to any reasonable person the Chinese conclusions are far more realistically based…

Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation (revised2. February1996) Cut/condensed from Biological Effects of Radiofrequency and Microwave Radiation: Application, Hazards, and Safeguards. By Wolfgang W. Scherer (25. March 1994)
• mW = milli-Watt = 1/thousandth Watt = 10 Watt
• W = micro-Watt = 1/Millionth Watt = 10-6 Watt
• nW = nano-Watt = 1/Billionth Watt = 10-9 Watt
• pW = pico -Watt = 1/Trillionth Watt = 10-12 Watt ...

Thermal effects can be measured long before temperature changes are observed. The blood vessels are dilating and the blood flow increases substantially as the thermoregulatory mechanism is activated in order to keep the body temperature constant. With rising body temperature the metabolic rate rises also, what may lead to Stress-Adaptation-Fatigue Syndrome. This may be the thermal explanation for late and cumulative effects of radiofrequency radiation, that other researchers try to explain through non thermal effects of radiation exposure…

What distinguishes radiofrequency introduced heating from other means of heating is the rapidity of heating, the depth of penetration, and the existence of internal hot-spots, that can result in tissue damage long before the overall body temperature increases dramatically. The brain is particularly susceptible to the occurrence of these hot-spots. Depending on the size of the head and the frequency of the radiation , regions of relatively high absorption can occur at or near the center of the brain . These effects are especially uncontrollable in the near-field during the use of mobile communication devices like cordless and cellular phones and very unpredictable due to the variable shape ,size, and thickness of skulls.

However, the main objectively measurable hazard of microwave radiation is injury to the eyes, especially damaging at frequencies above 800 MHz. Since the lens of the eye does not have an adequate vascular system for the exchange of heat, even a slight rise in temperature can cause protein coagulation, and opacities in the lens may form…

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