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In France this declaration of interest is a legal obligation
according to the Code of Public Health
(Articles L. 1336-4 and 1323-9 of the Code of Public Health).
An individual or person representing an organisation
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and is excluded from participating in any final conclusions.
Since the law of 1 July 1998 on the reinforcement of health safety measures,
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in the sense of the modified law CADA n°78-753 of 17 July 1978,
which included several measures intended to improve relations
between the government and the public.
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In the face of the present unprecedented increase in artificial microwave radiation in the environment, there is a vital need to obtain up to date information as a basis for a comprehensive assessment of the impact of this radiation on people's health.
This questionnaire for the general public is easy to fill in and anonymous.
For it to be credible and representative it is essential for it to be circulated widely in Europe and worldwide so that we can amass the maximum statistical data.
Designed originally in a printed version by Dr Roger Santini, it has been updated so that people who live close to relay antennas can give the full details of their experience.
The statistics gathered from this enquiry will be sent anonymously to scientists
and health organisations for analysis and publication.
Please help circulate this questionnaire.
Next dossier, the real story of "the Victims of Orange"
An explosive cocktail:
Health Authorities - Orange - ASL - WHO on excess mortality from relay antennas
English version: in progress
Dossier under investigation: [Presentation-Fr]
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Rennes (Brittany), Beaulieu Campus, the case of Building 13
The story so far:
Building 13 of the Faculty of Sciences on the Beaulieu campus at Rennes (Brittany) was closed by the university administration on 20 March 2009 following the appearance of
14+1 cases of breast cancer and lymphomas among women.
As a result various works were carried out in the building,
but without any improvement, hence the decision to close it.
The building is situated about 100m away from the powerful relay antenna base station installed in disguise on the tower in the photo below.
The irony of the situation is that this building housed 200 researchers working for the
(Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique -
National Centre of Scientific Research)
(Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale -
National Institute of Health and Medical Research).
The 9-storey tower of the Institute for MAthematical Research (IMAR) at Rennes (France) on the Campus at Beaulieu,
and its very powerful camouflaged base station.
The significant traces of oxidation that can be seen are due to artificial HF microwave radiation
in the Rayleigh zone (nearby field), which causes a strong galvanitic reaction between metal parts and hydrogen.
This interaction is a new phenomenon that accelerates the corrosion of metal elements
as water pipes and
guttering, reinforcements in concrete, etc - and even the rods of nuclear reactors!
(Related dossier: Climatic disturbance-Fr)
It needs an expert eye to make out the 4 faint imprints left by the cellular panels
from the batteries
of Bell Company relay antennas that have been removed from the College roof.
Part of the main building of the College, which still has a large number of antennas on the roof.
Entrance to the main building.
Excess mortality: an outline
Between 1999 and 2004, the staff and management of the College looked for the cause of an abnormally high cancer rate among the personnel of certain departments (24 cancer cases, 12 deaths).
They checked whether the site had been contaminated, they found nothing . . .
They checked the ventilation shafts, they found nothing . . .
They checked whether there was any artificial HF microwave radiation . . . and they found a lot!
This radiation came mostly from the mobile phone relay antenna batteries
installed on the College roof and from reflection.
Having admitted the existence of these high levels of artificial microwave radiation,
the scientists from the phone company contested the link of cause and effect.
The College directors ordered an epidemiological study of the cancer cases.
||The scientific expert for the College is Dr Andrew Michrowski of Ottawa,
a pioneer in Canada since 1985 in the measurement and recognition of the damaging effects of electromagnetic fields.
Next-up Organisation will soon be presenting a dossier on
Dr Andrew Michrowski.
The study confirmed the numerous cases of cancer and other serious illnesses,
but as so often happens in this kind of dynamite case, the researchers concluded
that the sample of the population studied was too small to provide conclusive proof . . .
The phone company did however remove its antennas,
on the pretext that the rental contract had expired.
The management and the staff unions agreed no to mention this dossier publicly,
in order to avoid damaging the reputation of the College.
Now some of the staff have broken the vow of silence
because the new directors decided to install a wi-fi network,
in spite of the staff's objections.
| - Université du Québec à Montréal
Managing the crisis
Health problems among the staff
of CEGEP André-Laurendeau.
...." ... Out of social conscience we want to spread this explosive information. After studying the dossier, we decided on the title,
which will be "Managing a specific crisis".
As well, the College wanted to keep quiet about this catastrophic situation."
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