Authors and Books
Paul M. Lahti: University of Massachusetts
James J. Conklin and Richard I. Walker: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
Robert O. Becker, M.D., and Gary Seldon: Nobel Prize 1937, former VA Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeon
Wolfram Schnabel, PhD: Technical University of Berlin
James Lin, PhD: Wayne State University and University of Washington School of Medicine
Preston Law: Naval Sea Systems Command, Head of Topside Electromagnetics Design Branch
Wei Cai: Professor, University of North Carolina
The Invisible Rainbow: a history of electricity and life;a history of electricity and life
ARTHUR FIRSTENBERG - Chelsea GREEN PUBLISHING - 2020
Case Law Links
U.S. Army WWII Training Video:
United Nations appeal by Claire Edwards:
Government Policy and Research
Articles and Reports
UC San Diego Health. (2018, August 29). Diplomats' mystery illness linked to radiofrequency/microwave radiation, researcher says. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 6, 2020 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/08/180829115456.htm
Blake, P. (1011). Personnel Radiation Exposure Associated with X-Rays Emanating from U.S. Coast Guard LORAN High Voltage Vacuum Tube Transmitter Units, 2011. Defense Threat Reduction Agency, note p12 RF RADIATION.
Swanson RL, Hampton S, Green-McKenzie J, et al. Neurological Manifestations Among US Government Personnel Reporting Directional Audible and Sensory Phenomena in Havana, Cuba. JAMA. 2018;319(11):1125–1133. doi:10.1001/jama.2018.1742
Hjeresen, D., Doctor, S., & Sheldon, R. (1979). Shuttlebox Side Preference as Mediated by Pulsed Microwave and Conventional Auditory Cues. Proceedings of the 1978 Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields in Biological Systems - Ottawa, Canada, June 28-30, 1978. IMPI Ltd. (NO LINK AVAILABLE)
Oliva, S, A. (1979). Protecting Military Personnel and the Public From the Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation From Military Communications and Radar Systems.
Leif Salford-Arne Brun-Jacob Eberhardt-Lars Malmgre-Bertil Persson - Environmental Health Perspectives - 2003 (Select): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1241519/pdf/ehp0111-000881.pdf
Soviet Battlefield Lasers (1987). Emerging Threat of Blinding and Antisensor Weapons, Director of Intelligence (Declassified). Prepared by the Office of Scientific and Weapons Research (OSWR)
Testicular Degeneration as a Result of Microwave Irradiation (NO LINK AVAILABLE)
C. Imig-J. Thomson-H. Hines - Experimental Biology and Medicine - 1948
Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation - A BIBLIOGRAPHY, (1971) Behavior Radiology Laboratory
Division of Neuropsychiatry, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, DC 200/2(full text .pdf download may be slow)
Retrieved from: http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/887119.pdf
Nikolova, T., et al, “Electromagnetic Fields Affect Transcript Levels of Apoptosis-Related Genes In Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Neural Progenitor Cells,” The FASEB Journal, 2005, 12: 1686-1688 and Diem, E., et al, “Non-Thermal DNA Breakage by Mobile-Phone Radiation (1800 MHz) In Human Fibroblasts and In Transformed GFSH- R17 Rat Granulosa Cells In Vitro,” Mutation Research, 2005, 583(2): 178-183.
Reports of Use of Laser Weapons by the Soviets Against the Chinese (1974), PFIAB Memorandum to Secretary Kissinger Dated 3 September 1974, George A. Carver, Jr., D/NIO, Routed 29 October 1974. Declassified
Biological Effects of Microwave Exposure (1967), Michaelson S.M., Thomson R.A.E., J.W. Howland, University of Rochester, Department of Radiation Biology and Biophysics: TECHNICAL REPORT NO. RADC-TR-67-461. Rome Air Development Center Air Force Systems Command Griffiss Air Force Base, New York RADC (EMLl), GAFB, N.Y 13440).
A. R. Shapiro, R. F. Lutomirski and H. T. Yura, "Induced Fields and Heating Within a Cranial Structure Irradiated by an Electromagnetic Plane Wave," in IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 187-196, February 1971.
Cameron Station Alexandria, Virginia 22304-6145, COMPILED AND EDITED BY OFFICE OF INFORMATION, SPEAKERS BUREAU (01-25); WASHINGTON, D.C. 20350, Foreward by Jack A. Garrow, Commodore of the U.S. Navy, p34 NOTE: This file takes several minutes to download. It may seem that the site is stalled but wait a few minutes and the report will be viewable. Page 34 excerpt
Degrave, E., Meeusen, B., Grivegnée, A.‐R., Boniol, M. and Autier, P. (2009), Causes of death among Belgian professional military radar operators: A 37‐year retrospective cohort study. Int. J. Cancer, 124: 945-951. doi:10.1002/ijc.23988