The Microwave Debate Continues —in Norwegian Forty Years Later, Not Much Has Changed
A Challenge to ICNIRP
Close to 40 years after its first publication, The Microwave Debate, Nicholas Steneck’s history of research and regulation of microwave health effects, is back in print —this time in Norwegian.The new translation, the brainchild of Einar Flydal, comes with an epilogue by Thomas Butler, a professor at Ireland’s Cork University Business School, who has contributed seven chapters —about 30,000 words— to bring Steneck’s history up to the present.
In the process, Butler takes aim at ICNIRP, which he calls “an immoral group of scientists who knowingly distort scientific truth to protect industry interests over the public good.”
Read all about it here.
|Louis Slesin, PhD Editor, Microwave Newslouis@microwavenews.com |