[FRIAM] Five Predictions as Cities Learn to Address Wireless Health Risks

Robert J. Cordingley robert at cirrillian.com
Wed Jul 26 21:43:38 EDT 2017

re: RFR exposure:

Did anyone notice in the linked paper 
that the control rats probability of survival was lower than the exposed 

    /At the end of the 2-year study, survival was lower in the control
    group of males than in all groups of male rats exposed to
    GSM-modulated RFR (Figure 3). Survival was also slightly lower in
    control females than in females exposed to 1.5 or 6 W/kg
    GSM-modulated RFR. In rats exposed to CDMA-modulated RFR, survival
    was higher in all groups of exposed males and in the 6 W/kg females
    compared to controls (Figure 4)/

or did I misread?

Robert C

On 7/26/17 2:21 PM, Tom Johnson wrote:
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