Sunday, October 18, 2009

Dr. Magda Havas Publishing 'hot off the press' website on electromagnetic pollution; 'children at risk in schools'. Alarming Reports.

The 'WhiteRockReport' October 18, 2009

Dear Audience.
This must be said before we go on.

In the midst of the reporting of all the bad news and hoaxes spreading like wildfire in North America; constant reports spiced to nurture sensationalism like the most recent from Colorado and a helium balloon and a six-year old alleged to have take a joy-ride over the skylines and supported by parents who should know better.

Hey..... this is ridiculous to notice CNN and News Reports and Larry King programming taking up so much valuable time wasted on totally useless and unproductive analysis and reporting which doesn't benefit anyone but the news agency and its advertisers, perhaps.

I ask CNN to 'Please come to order' and get your priorities straight.

So much for my negativity and constructive criticism this time.

'Electromagnetic Pollution and its damages caused in humans'.

The good news is that scientists are concerned and do forward their discoveries and theories in rapid pace.
Examples are the following interesting and verifiable and recognized sources of information.

On the topics of pollution, general and air, water and environmentally most contaminants are seemingly chemically induced and introduced into our models of lifestyles at our homes or work environments.

Protection, personal awareness and and vigilant observations and reporting are imperative components intended to 'report to prevent' and the call goes out to anyone concerned after reading a little on the most health focused challenges we may face today..the knowledge that we now stand the big risk of 'killing ourselves' by not heeding the dangers and warnings delivered on the topic 'electromagnetic pollution' and the fact symptoms are surfacing and establishing the illness and condition described as 'electro-magnetic hypersensitivity' in humans.

One source I can recommend and promote in this column, the 'White Rock Report', is Dr. Magda Havas, B.Sc., Ph.D. and she is involved and work with the Environmental and Resource Studies Program, Trent University
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada; Here is the contact info for your convenience:

Dr. Magda Havas, B.Sc., Ph.D.
Environmental and Resource Studies Program, Trent University
Peterborough, ON K9J 7B8, CANADA
phone: 705-748-1011 x7882
fax: 705-748-1569

Magda Havas is a scientist, researcher, author and writer on issues mentioned above. She is writing me this:


I have two new websites that are "hot off the press".
1. deals primarily with electromagnetic issues intended for a general audience.
2. is my academic website site that has my research on chemical contaminants and electromagnetic pollution.

Please visit the sites and let me know what you think of them. I plan to update them regularly (especially the general one) with hot topics and items in the news.

Feel free to link to these sites, as you see fit, and to send them to those who many be interested in the information provided.

Publish Post

Dr. Magda Havas, B.Sc., Ph.D.
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It's a pleasure and my sincerest wishes this information is being processed, digested and made notes of in every home, by every family and parent anywhere.

I ask you to become part of the puzzle and the solution and the global network and movement to protect our children from the negative consequences caused by 'wireless; devices, cell phone towers and many more 'contraptions for convenience' that must be modified, re-developed and made safer

You will read and know about the fact supporting the claims and warnings to parents and their children at home and at school 'not to use wireless technology' not accept wireless Internet access in the school and home or work environments.

"Don't microwave your brain" and don't let your young ones become victims of 'tools of convenience' not yet tested, but still being sold in the global market places.

Pass this article on to anyone you may think would be concerned about juvenile health issues; child brain safety and more...

Johan Sandstrom, BComm.
The White Rock Report

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