Salford & Oberfeld in Griechenland (Allgemein)

H. Lamarr @, München, Samstag, 07.06.2008, 02:03 (vor 5360 Tagen)

Ende Mai 2008 fand in Thessaloniki, Griechenland, der "1. Griechische Kongress über die Wirkungen elektromagnetischer Strahlung" über 2 Tage hinweg statt. Veranstalter war die Biologische Fakultät der "National & Kapodistrian Universität von Athen".

Unter den Referenten waren Gerd Oberfeld und Leif Salford.

- Videos der Referate von Oberfeld, Salford u.a. (englisch)
- PDF-Sammelband mit Zusammenfassungen aller Vorträge (englisch)

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Salford zitiert Salford

Robert, Sonntag, 08.06.2008, 15:51 (vor 5358 Tagen) @ H. Lamarr

Interessant:

Schreibt er da in dem aktuellen Abstract (2008):

Since 1988 our group has studied the effects upon the mammalian blood brain barrier (BBB) in rats by non-thermal radio frequency electromagnetic fields. These have been shown to cause significantely increased leakage of the rat`s own blood albium through the BBB of exposed rats, at energy levels of 1 W/kg and below, as compared to non-exposured animals - in a series of about two thousand animals (Salford et al 2007).

Zitat: Salford 2007: Non-thermal effects of EMF upon the mammalian brain: the Lund experience
Zeitschrift: The Environmentalist
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Anmerkung im EMF-Portal: nicht peer-reviewed.


Unter dem angegebenen Link findet man dann (published 25. July 2007):
Abstract
The environment in which biology exists has dramatically changed during the last decades. Life was formed during billions of years, exposed to, and shaped by the original physical forces such as gravitation, cosmic irradiation and the terrestrial magnetism. The existing organisms are created to function in harmony with these forces. However, in the late 19th century mankind introduced the use of electricity and during the very last decades, microwaves of the modern communication society spread around the world. Today one third of the worlds population is owner of the microwave-producing mobile phones. The question is: to what extent are living organisms affected by these ubiquitous radio frequency fields? Since 1988 our group has studied the effects upon the mammalian blood-brain barrier (BBB) by non-thermal radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF). These have been revealed to cause significantly increased leakage of albumin through the BBB of exposed rats as compared to non-exposed animals - in a total series of about two thousand animals. One remarkable observation is the fact that the lowest energy levels give rise to the most pronounced albumin leakage. If mobile communication, even at extremely low energy levels, causes the user`s own albumin to leak out through the BBB, also other unwanted and toxic molecules in the blood, may leak into the brain tissue and concentrate in and damage the neurons and glial cells of the brain. In later studies we have shown that a 2-h exposure to GSM 915 MHz at non-thermal levels, gives rise to significant neuronal damage, seen 28 and 50 days after the exposure. In our continued research, the non-thermal effects (histology, memory functions) of long-term exposure for 13 months are studied as well as the effects of short term GSM 1,800 MHz upon gene expression. Most of our findings support that living organisms are affected by the non-thermal radio frequency fields. Studies from other laboratories in some cases find effects, while in other cases effects are not seen. Our conclusion is that all researchers involved in this field have the obligation to intensify this research in order to reduce, or avoid, the possible negative effects of the man made microwaves!

Nochmal rausgestellt:
One remarkable observation is the fact that the lowest energy levels give rise to the most pronounced albumin leakage.

Oha! Ist mir neu.

Im Abstract seines BEMS-Beitrags (Tagung 10-15. Juni 2007) schreibt er:

Results: The occurrence of blood-brain barrier leakage and damaged (dark) neurons in different parts of the brain were judged semi-quantitatively by the neuropathologist. No increased number of albumin foci or dark neurons were found in exposed animals as compared to sham-exposed. Analyses of cytoskeleton changes, gliosis, myelin pathology, aging effects in neurons and synaptic function are in progress. The Open Field test revealed no effect of exposure on exploratory and motor behavior. The episodic memory test revealed worse short-term memory for exposed animals as compared to sham exposed animals.
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Und jetzt vergleichen wir nochmal mit dem Statement ganz oben (2008):
Since 1988 our group has studied the effects upon the mammalian blood brain barrier (BBB) in rats by non-thermal radio frequency electromagnetic fields. These have been shown to cause significantely increased leakage of the rats own blood albium through the BBB of exposed rats, at energy levels of 1 W/kg and below, as compared to non-exposured animals - in a series of about two thousand animals.

oben: no increased number - unten: significantely increased.
Interessant!
Irgendwie kommt es mir vor, als würden unerwünschte Ergebnisse unter den Teppich gekehrt.


Und:
In der 2003 Studie waren es 32 Ratten, in der BEMS-Geschichte 56. Insgesamt hat er mittlerweile aber knapp 2000 Tiere untersucht. Wann schlachtet der die ganzen Viecher und wo sind die Resultate beschrieben?

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