|Jacques Surbeck (2nd from left) at the International Inventions Fair, Geneva|
15 May 2011
The following two articles offer solutions to protect oneself against rays emitted by cell phones. One is an anti-radiation device for cell phones, developed by a Swiss scientist, Jacques Surbeck. The device was awarded a gold medal by the 85-member jury at the International Inventions Fair in Geneva in April 2011. The other "protective solution" is a set of ten rules for cell phone use published by the Vienna Medical Association.
02 May 2011
8th National Congress on Electrosmog, Berne, Switzerland, 30 April 2011 - Summaries of Presentations
The 8th National Congress on Electrosmog, organized by the Swiss advocacy association Gigaherz, took place in Berne, the capital of Switzerland, on 30 April 2011. In attendance were 175 persons from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Participants comprised members of advocacy associations, health professionals and advocates, and persons who were suffering from various discomforts, they thought due to the proximity of antennas or devices emitting electromagnetic radiation. One such person was a school teacher who said she and some of her students were experiencing discomfort which they believed might be from electromagnetic radiation. A representative of the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment attended, however there was no one from the Swiss Federal Office for Public Health. One outcome of the congress was the decision to unite the various Swiss advocacy groups under one umbrella association, the Electromagnetic Federation of Switzerland and Liechtenstein (http://www.funkstrahlung.ch/).
|Black Castle, where there were once huge shortwave antennas and where the European resistance against electromagnetic pollution began 24 years ago. |
Right, Magda Havas with Bob Connolly, left, Hans-U. Jacob, founder of Gigaherz.ch.