By B.N. Frank
Decades of research has already determined that exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) – including from radiofrequency (RF) aka wireless radiation (also referred to as “Wi-Fi”) – is biologically and environmentally harmful. Sources include cell phones, cell towers, 5G, “smart” appliances, “smart” wireless wearables, utility “smart” meters, and more! Scientists with The World Health Organization (WHO) have referenced harm from exposure before but the agency continues to not take much of a stand on this (see 1, 2). That seems unlikely change at least for now.
From Environmental Health Trust:
WHO announces members of the Task Group on Radiofrequency Fields and Health Risks
Dr. Joel Moskowitz comments sent out December 2022
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced the 21 experts selected for the Task Group on Radiofrequency Fields and Health Risks. These individuals are responsible for examining ten research reviews and making recommendations for the WHO Environmental Health Criteria (EHC) Monograph on Radio Frequency (RF) Fields and Health Risks to be published in 2023.
The list of 21 experts selected by the WHO for the Task Group on Radiofrequency Fields and Health Risks appears below along with information I compiled regarding task group members’ EMF publications and affiliations with ICNIRP, the self-selected group that recommends RF exposure limits which are promoted by the WHO.
Eleven of the 21 individuals have current or past affiliations with ICNIRP. Most of the other individuals have published or presented papers defending ICNIRP’s RF exposure limits. A recent study found that ICNIRP heavily cites its own members’ research and that of their close colleagues to support the ICNIRP exposure limits (Nordhagen and Flydal, 2022).
Eight of the 21 experts have eight or fewer EMF articles listed in EMF-Portal’s archive of 37,000 publications.
Not one of the 250 EMF scientists who signed the International EMF Scientist Appeal was selected by the WHO for the Task Group. Nor were any of these scientists selected to work on the ten research reviews that the Task Group will consider. Yet. signatories of the International EMF Scientist Appeal have more than 2,000 EMF publications listed in the EMF-Portal archive.
Apparently, the WHO has biased the selection of participants in the task group and the research reviews to ensure that the forthcoming WHO RF health risk monograph will support ICNIRP’s weak RF exposure limits that fail to protect humans and other species from chronic exposure to low levels of radiofrequency radiation. It’s no wonder that much of the public distrusts the WHO if this is how the agency proceeds to “enhance its management of conflicts of interest as well as strengthen public trust and transparency.
See WHO Names Members of RF Working Group by Microwave News, Dec 15, 2022
- WHO Radiofrequency EMF Health Risk Assessment Monograph (EHC series)
- ICNIRP’s Exposure Guidelines for Radio Frequency Fields
- International Scientist Appeal on Electromagnetic Fields & Wireless Technology
- International Commission on the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (ICBE-EMF)
WHO Names Members of RF Working Group
Microwave News, Dec 15, 2022
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