A stunning piece from GQ strongly suggests that the Wi-Fi and mobile phone businesses are screwing with our health by burying bad experimental results.
There’s a precedent for this: The author of the GQ piece, Christopher Ketchum, notes that the tobacco, asbestos, and herbicide industries all hid the dangers of their products for years.
Now, it’s the mobile phone industry’s turn, and they’re using the standards body, the IEEE, to do their dirty work, Ketchum writes:
“The committees setting the EM safety levels at the IEEE historically have been dominated by representatives from the military, companies like Raytheon and GE, the telecom companies, and now the cell-phone industry. It is basically a Trojan horse for the private sector to dictate public policy.” The IEEE's “safe limits” for microwave exposure are considerably higher than what they should be, says Allan Frey, who was a member of the organization in the '70s. “When it comes to this matter, the IEEE is a charade,” Frey told me.
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