“In Experts We Trust” …or should we?
"It means that in the USA the evaluation of health risks and development of appropriate safety standards is prepared in the USA by industry scientists under direction of cell phone manufacturer's scientist. The proposed safety standards are then voted by ICES members. Few dissenting opinions, like mine, do not matter. Scientists, dissatisfied with the dominance of ICNIRP and ICES formed groups that were to prepare science evaluations that would counter-balance the dominating opinions of ICNIRP and ICES. The general idea of providing counter-balances and was good, but they (scientists) made similar mistake as ICNIRP and ICES/IEEE – they formed groups of scientists with the same opinions and the selection criteria are largely arbitrary and unknown. The composition of the groups most noted in news-media and by politicians, BioInitiative and ICEMS (International Committee on Electro-Magnetic Safety), clearly shows that the members have the same scientific opinions. No scientific challenge come from within the group, meaning no real scientific debate."
You can read the full article at: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/between-rock-and-hard-place/2012/jul/17/in-expert-we-trust-or-should-we/
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