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.

Butler conducted an ethical risk analysis (eRA) to ‘help foster an understanding of how historical guidelines were arrived at and why they remain immutable to change.’

Among his many observation is the fact that wireless radiation causes oxidative stress which can cause cancer, genetic damage, neurodegenerative diseases and a range of symptoms that are consistent with those that many people report after exposure.

He concluded, ‘The study finds potentially unethical behaviour in a variety of institutional and organisational actors, the consequence of which is a significant risk to the health and wellbeing of adults and children.’

Professor Butler’s paper is called ‘Wireless Technologies and the Risk of Adverse Health Effects in Society: A Retrospective Ethical Risk Analysis of Health and Safety Guidelines’ and you can read it here.