Update 2016-06-16 International call to support Dr. Olle Johansson against forced ‘early retirement’

1)    Health Canada and, in the USA, the FCC are responsible for setting guidelines for RF. Looking at their websites, it becomes obvious that these agencies are not doing their jobs which include ensuring that wireless emissions do not harm us. They include old, misleading and down right deceptive cherry-picked information.

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Here are some fallacies  that are promoted by FCC:

http://ehtrust.org/policy/fcc-safety-standards/

2)    Are smeters really necessary to upgrade the grid? In the EU, experts are saying no.  Why waste the money on an unnecessary, never-ending project?

European-Commission

“A transition to an intelligent electricity grid in Europe can take place without smart meters, industry players have said, in comments that will embarrass the European Commission, which pushed a Europe-wide plan to roll out smart meters years ago.

There are other more efficient ways than smart meters to help develop intelligent power grids, said industry delegates at the annual convention of Europe’s electricity association Eurelectric, held in Vilnius last week.”

http://www.euractiv.com/section/energy/news/smart-meters-not-needed-after-all-for-european-power-grid/

3)    Dr. Olle Johansson, who has devoted so many years to research on RF and to educating the public about the dangers of it, has been forced into retirement. The reason appears to be that the industry once again is using its financial influence to silence one of the people who has fought against proliferation of this dangerous technology. Please see a letter below with a letter-writing appeal. If you wish to know more about Dr. J., just Google and you will find many YouTubes and articles.

                                    Olle Johansson

Letters:

Shame of the Karolinska Institute

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International call to support Prof. Johansson against forced ‘early retirement’

Just at a time when the need for further investigation into EMR health effects is becoming more widely acknowledged, we hear that Prof. Olle Johansson is being “forced” into early retirement.

Unable to counter his expert findings, it appears promoters of wireless technology have adopted the strategy of applying pressure to the Karolinska Institute of Sweden at which Prof. Johansson resides. This previously resulted in a downsizing of his funding and research facilities. Nonetheless, this selfless and dedicated scientist has continued to publish ground-breaking studies such as the many linked in his biography below.

http://vetapedia.se/olle-johansson-associate-professor-ki/

Now it seems, by attempting to have him dismissed from his post entirely, they hope to prevent further release of truthful and unbiased information to the public.

Apart from our free bimonthly newsletter, EMR Aware does not normally email our subscribers. However, this is a special case. The ongoing contribution of independent researchers such as Prof. Johansson is vital to a fair and balanced outcome for those affected by EMR, now and into the future.

If you are as concerned as we are, please take a moment now to email the Officers of the Institute listed below. Politely request that Prof. Johansson be allowed to continue his essential work for the benefit of all humanity.

Sincerely yours,
Peter Nielsen

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Officers of Karolinska Institute:

Karin Dahlman-Wright, Ph.D.
Acting Vice-Chancellor
E-mail: Karin.Dahlman-Wright@ki.se

Henrik Grönberg, M.D., Ph.D.
Acting Pro-Vice Chancellor
E-mail: Henrik.Gronberg@ki.se

Per Bengtsson
University Director
E-mail: per.bengtsson@ki.se

Marie Tell, BSC
Deputy University Director
E-mail: marie.tell@ki.se

 

 

Sharon Noble
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

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