Wireless Technology – Extended Version of Interview with Frank Barnes and Katie Singer

CU-Boulder Electrical Engineering Emeritus Professor Frank Barnes is the past president of the BioElectroMagnetics Society.  He recently chaired a National Research Council panel on research priorities related to the potential health effects of exposure to radio frequency energy from the use of wireless technology, such as cell phones.  As a scientist, Frank Barnes recently talked with a citizen activist, Katie Singer, about her new book, An Electronic Silent Spring.   This is an extended version of the interview we broadcast on June 3rd 2014.  — Shelley Schlender




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  1. Deb Carney says:

    Excellent interview.
    Some resources:
    FCC not enforcing limits on electromagnetic radiation.
    Documentation that a number of rooftop cell tower antennas are over the FCC electromagnetic radiation limits are on the Electromagnetic Radiation Policy Institute website: http://www.emrpolicy.org

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