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EMF Studies

30 November 2013

Denmark: Citizen Initiative for Protection Against Radiation from Wireless Technologies

This Committee, established by a group of Danes, aims, in cooperation with human rights lawyer Christian Harlang, to clarify whether there is a breach of the Nuremberg Code - including experimentation on humans without informed consent;  whether the United Nations children's convention is violated. (Articles 3, 17, 24, 25 and Article 32);  and establish who is legally liable for the possible consequences of the exposure of the public and any violations of the Conventions.


Committee on Radiation Protection:
A Citizen initiative for protection against radiation from wireless technologies.
www.radiation.dk/en/ (site in English)

The Committee was established by a group of Danes who are concerned about the expedient and uncritical rollout of wireless technology in Denmark. The committee members are acting independently of political views or affiliations.

To date NO research exists at the international level that has acquitted radio frequency electromagnetic radiation as being harmful. Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) is the radiation emitted from all wireless technologies.

More than 3000 scientific studies have been published on electromagnetic radiation and these can be divided into 2 groups: those that find: harmful effects and those that do not.

The first group is almost entirely carried out by independent researchers, while the latter is usually, at least, partially funded by industry.

The Committee finds it astonishing that Denmark has not implemented precautions in order to protect its citizens, as is the case in other countries. Instead, multiple wireless technologies are being rolled out expediently – adding yet more mobile-phone basestations and introducing iPads into schools and daycare centers. This is deeply concerning because children are particularly vulnerable.

Because there is evidence of biological effects from wireless technologies and because we do not know the consequences of long-term exposure, the Committee recognizes that there is, in fact, a full-scale epidemiological experiment on humans taking place without informed consent from the public.

The Committee aims, in cooperation with human rights lawyer Christian Harlang, to clarify:

1. whether there is a breach of the Nuremberg Code - including experimentation on humans without informed consent.

2. whether the UN children's convention is violated. (Articles 3, 17, 24, 25 and Article 32)

3. establish who is legally liable for the possible consequences of the exposure of the public and any violations of the Conventions.

It is also the Committee's goal to raise public awareness of the biological effects and possible health hazards associated with exposure to wireless technologies of all kinds so that individuals can make informed decisions about whether and how to protect their children and themselves.

http://www.radiation.dk/en/

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