News

  • A Retrospective Ethical Risk Analysis of RFR Health and Safety Guidelines

    Do radiation protection standards actually protect our health and wellbeing? They may not, according to a recent study by Professor Tom Butler. But...
  • IRPS

    ARPS talks available As a result of COVID, ARPS [Australian Radiation Protection Society] in 2020 conducted a hybrid conference. About 50 participa...
  • 5G

    Global roll out of 5G networks should be HALTED until the safety of the technology has been thoroughly tested, expert claims A University of Edinbu...
  • Misinformation 5G & health

    Professor Dariusz Leszczynski shares his presentation on 'MISINFORMATION & DISINFORMATION ON 5G & HEALTH' given at the 5th International Co...
  • Immunity

    radiation and immunity. Professor Dariusz Leszczynski posts: 'I know how to experimentally prove whether immunity is affected by RF-EMF'. Professor...
  • No Escape from Our Techno-Feudal World

    No Escape from Our Techno-Feudal World The political economy of the Digital Age remains virtually terra incognita. In Techno-Feudalism, published t...
  • Why The Race To 5G Is A Mirage

    Why The Race To 5G Is A Mirage Former national finance minister, Lou Jiwei warned last month that existing 5G technology in China is immature and q...
  • WHO

    Article from the WHO EMF Project – full of bias and oddities creating more questions than giving answers by Prof Dariusz Lezczynski WHO EMF Project...
  • Technology

    The Rise of a New, Technological World OrderBy John W. Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute Early in the morning of Monday, December 15, 2020, Goo...
  • 6G

    China Leapfrogs US With World's First 6G Satellite Amid Raging Tech War As the US' tech war with China continues to rage, China has leapfrogged the...
  • Who's spreading...

    Who is spreading misinformation? – Guest Blog from Victor Leach of ORSAA We have heard a lot about misinformation or fake-news in recent times with...
  • Solomon Islands

    Solomon Islands' Cabinet has agreed to ban Facebook, citing a need for stricter cybercrime legislation and regulation.Communications minister Peter...