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Bumping into Podcasts: Bumping into the unknown of 5G and Wi-Fi series. Part two.

Radiation physicist Victor Leach has worked as a radiation health physicist for over half-century in both the private sector and public sector with several Commonwealth and State Government Health Departments.

Victor was a foundation member Australasian Radiation Protection Society in 1975. Since taking up the role of University Radiation Safety Advisor at QUT in 2006, he has been increasingly interested in the standards-setting of non-ionising radiation used by the communication industry compared to the setting of ionising (X-ray) radiation standards.

He has now published articles in several national and international scientific journals around the inadequacies of current guidelines.

He is an advocate for the precautionary principle to be adopted and more detailed consumer warnings.

Victor was also one of the founding members of the Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association Inc.

This episode covers how the current safety standards were reached, when they were designed and what that means in todays modern 5G word for you and the risks they may carry.

Use this episode as a great introduction and foundation point to your interest into the subject.

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The study that should have stopped wireless radiation

Ron Melnick designer of the most important study on wireless radiation, the National Toxicology Program's 30 million dollar, 10 year study  is interviewed about it. Interview starts at approx 20.40.

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