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Waves and Fields of Wireless Communications and Electricity: Health-Effects and Unconventional Utilizations
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If I could, I would make it a condition that all people involved in setting world exposure standards should first be set an examination based on material from this book. Judging by the outdated comments of the safety of EMFs/RF (typically based on "if it doesn't heat you or electrocute you then it can't effect you") from many senior people in the traditional health physics field, most of them would badly fail such a test. This book should also be read by politicians and health agency official with a technical and scientific background who set legislation on exposure matters. It should also be read by senior technical management in all electricity industry and wireless/telecomms industry companies.
Who else should read it - who could understand it? Well, you will need a reasonable level of scientific and technical understanding not to get lost in the technical and scientific terms - certainly a first-year undergraduate in science or engineering should be able to read it easily. So should anyone who has been working in these fields for some years even if they have not been to university. The book does contain (very useful!) equations, etc., but can also be read as a fascinating and informative narrative without needing to follow the equations at all. It is a good read, written in good English.
This is the sort of book that I would have so much liked to write - but I would never have achieved such a masterpiece.Read more ›