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Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side Of The Wireless Revolution Paperback – April 26, 2009
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About the Author
Camilla Rees is a health and environmental activist, management consultant and radio host on KGNU on the Green Economy. After a career in investment banking, venture capital and marketing communications, Ms. Rees now is dedicated to serving the transformation of health care so that it better meets patient needs and to raising awareness of hidden, unacknowledged drivers of health care costs. Dr. Magda Havas, PhD is Assoc. Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University in Canada and an internationally recognized expert in the biological effects of environmental contaminants, including radiofrequency radiation, electromagnetic fields, dirty electricity and ground current.
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The authors have backgrounds in environmental and human health. They recommend that wireless technologies be replaced by fiber optics and wired routers, and that standards of safe exposure be based on biological, not thermal, effects. Of course this is very much a political issue, and they discuss the political and corporate interests involved. They warn that wireless proliferation is out of control and must be curbed immediately to avert disastrous public health consequences. That wireless "advances" such as Wi-Max and "Broadband over Power" present unacceptable dangers.
This book is in question-and-answer format so it is not comprehensive, but it covers a lot of ground. And there is a whole section that points you to further information in books, videos, journals, websites, etc. It is lavishly sourced, but not indexed.