Mal kurz bewußtlos unter Hochspannungsleitungen (Allgemein)

Dr. Ratto, Montag, 18. September 2017, 10:43 (vor 29 Tagen) @ spatenpauli

Die angeblich 2016 in Belgien vorgestellte Studie, an der angeblich M. Röösli mitgewirkt haben soll,

Es habndelt sich um ein Poster bei der BioEM 2016 Ghent (pdf, S.110)


PA-213 [14:30]
Influence of power-transmission-lines on car accidents

Joel Niederhauser1, Roman Schmied2, Mathias Baudenbacher3, Christian Schindler4 & Martin Roosli4

1Bioelectromagnetics, InnoClever GmbH, Liestal, Switzerland, 4410
2Department of Physics, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland, 4056
3Accident Statistics, Federal Roads Office (FEDRO), Ittingen, Switzerland, 3063
4Physical Hazards and Health, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland, 4002

Keywords: Public Health Policy, ELF/LF, Work in Progress

Presented by: Joel J Niederhauser

In 1896 Jaques-Arsène d'Arsonval observed that plunging the head into an alternating magnetic field (110V, 30 A, 42 Hz) gave birth to syncope in some persons. We have previously reported about nationwide analysis of unusual person damage accidents on Swiss motorways identified 9 unusual accident hot-spots. We found that exposure to power-line crossing on the 2.5 km road segment before approaching these hot-spot accident locations was higher compared to matched control settings. We analyzed magnetic field exposure before the two most prominent hot-spots and found that the locations coincide with published power grid bottlenecks and with the locations of the longest magnetic field exposure measured on motorways in each canton.


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