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Powerlines and Cancer FAQs : by John E. Moulder, Ph.D. of the Medical College of Wisconsin, and is made available as a service to the Internet community. Summary: Questions and answers on the connection between power lines, electrical occupations and cancer; includes discussion of the biophysics of interactions with electromagnetic sources, summaries of the laboratory and human studies, and information on standards. Last-modified: 16-May-2001,

FUMENTO ON EMF: (electromagnetic forces) Cell phones, high power lines, TV monitors, etc., are a common fear geared to slowdown development and industrial use of power lines and comunications.



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  Power Lines: by Michael Fumento, This terror – indeed, most of the nation's terror of EMF in general – can be readily traced to one person. If and when a plane crashes into Long Island because of wind shear, you should know who is responsible. Meet Paul Brodeur. Brodeur is a reporter who has made his career by digging up massive conspiracies. He wrote a book on asbestos, Outrageous Misconduct, that contributed greatly to spreading the national asbestos scare. But he has devoted the latest years of his life to trying to prove that EMF from radar stations and especially power lines are "the most pervasive – and covered up – public health hazard Americans face." Like A Nightmare on Elm Street's Freddie Krueger, Paul Brodeur keeps coming back, most recently in his 1993 book The Great Power-Line Cover-Up Another "must read" report.



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