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Shocking Health Hazards and Environmental Impact of Wireless Communications

category galway | environment | press release author Tuesday May 03, 2011 18:51author by Des Doherty Report this post to the editors

Talks taking place in County Galway on the health and environmental effects of mobile phone masts, and what to do about it, with two renowned experts.

‘It’s shocking, that people are not aware of the consequences of microwave radiation.’
John Ryan, Tipperary farmer

Ryan, his family and farm animals all suffered various effects from microwaves which ended when he successfully had a mast removed from his land.

These are the details of the talks taking place in County Galway, May 2011:

Shocking Health Hazards & Impact of Wireless Communications

Venue: Ballymacward Community Hall

Day 1
Saturday 7th May, 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Presenters: Paul Doyon and the Alliance for Irish Radiation Protection.
This first talk will cover the fundamentals, a local action plan for reduction of mobile phone mast signals, and a Q/A session.

Day 2
Sunday 8th May 7 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Presenter: Paul Doyon .goes into greater depth on the science of health and environmental effects.
Paul will also share his personal story and experiences, with use of fascinating visuals.

Topics

• Weak regulation status of wireless radiation in Ireland
• Widespread environmental effects, including bees, frogs, birds and farm animals
• Documented health effects on humans, including DNA damage, cancer, autism, ADHD, chronic fatigue, depression
and epilepsy. Intensified health damage to children and babies.
• Precise pragmatic action plan for Woodlawn and neighbouring communities: campaign for the signal to be turned down
on local masts, by as much as ten times, without loss of benefit for users yet with ten-fold less health and environmental
effects.
A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME opportunity to learn first-hand the most up-to-date science and practical tips to protect yourself.

The Speakers

Paul Doyon, B.A., B.A.T., is a leading international expert on electrostress. He publishes a newslist, EMR
Updates, which is widely read and respected by scientists and enthusiasts around the globe. Paul has been
researching the health and environmental effects of electromagnetic radiation for the past six years. Paul
has just fled Japan following the recent nuclear plant disaster at Fukushima and is visiting friends in
Woodlawn, Co. Galway.

Alliance for Irish Radiation Protection: John Weigel is a writer / researcher and key national figure in
the campaign to raise awareness of the hazards of wireless technology. Based in Dublin, he is a member of
the Alliance, a confederation of groups around the country that are pressing for the establishment of human
and animal safety standards. Activist and mother-of-five, Pauline Keeley has been a long-time advisor to
communities around the country in their struggle for a safe environment.

We all know someone with one of these conditions and owe it to them to learn more and prevent further suffering

hosted by
The Woodlawn Heritage Group, Co. Galway
and the Alliance for Irish Radiation Protection www.eirewaves.com

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author by Tpublication date Wed May 04, 2011 10:00Report this post to the editors

On a related matter the Tetra system which is slightly different than the standard mobile radio system is used by the police force in the UK and it has now been adopted by the Garda in Ireland.

As soon as the system went in there were significant health problems both in the local communities and reported amongst the police in the UK, although the latter were eventually silenced

There was a great article on the whole background to this in The Ecologist magazine back in 2004 titled 'A Popular Revolt' and the article itself can be downloaded from here: http://www.tetrawatch.net/papers/ecologist170904.pdf

There is now a group called TetraWatch based in UK and their website is given below. It is likely that those affected by phone masts may want to read up on some of this material

TETRA stands for ‘Terrestrial Trunked Radio’. It is the new police radio system, operated by O2 under the brand name Airwave. It is also used by fire and ambulance in some places (in the UK)

Related Link: http://www.tetrawatch.net
author by opus diablos - the regressive hypocrite partypublication date Mon Jul 09, 2012 13:42Report this post to the editors

..this slipped through

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=31816

Out of sight, out of mind?

 
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