The highest profile person yet to announce that cell phones,
cordless phones and computers make her ill is none other
than Gro Harlem Brundtland, a medical doctor, master of
public health, former Prime Minister of Norway, and until
2003 the Director General of the World Health Organisation.
Yet even so public a figure on the world stage has been
unable to draw the world's attention to our collective
plight, or in any way slow down the growth of
telecommunications, or even to put it on the map as an
This must happen. Too many intelligent, professional, useful
people are wandering this country's barren deserts,
homeless, ostracized, robbed of their civil rights, with no
place to land. Too many have committed suicide because they
have lost all hope, have suffered too long, have had to pick
up roots and flee for their lives once too often.
Within the telecommunications industry, too many equipment
testers, installers, and repairpersons with radiowave
sickness are afraid to speak out, or do not even know why
they are ill.
So many radars, antennae, and communication devices are
being deployed for government, military, emergency,
commercial, and personal uses in both the developed and
developing worlds, and in space, that there is nowhere left
to hide. Even radio astronomers are seriously talking about
the far side of the moon as the only place left that is
quiet enough, in the radio spectrum, to still be able to see
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