Look like Russia is putting people’s health above technology after Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection are calling for the release of new EMF hazard warning signs for wireless users of mobile phones and other EMF sources.
The Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection are calling for the release of new EMF hazard warning signs for wireless users of mobile phones and other EMF sources, following the release of a published paper by Professor Oleg Grigoriev and ex-deputy minister of communication, Dr Prof Yuri Zubarev. The paper was published in September, 2019 in the oldest Russian journal of communication industry.
The EM Radiation Research Trust would like to thank Professor Oleg Grigoriev for providing this important information and call on Government officials to follow this example. The public should be alerted and hazard warning signs should be made mandatory for the safety of users to allow the public to make informed decisions.
Professor Oleg Grigoriev is the Chairman for the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Dr.Sc. (radiobiology), Ph.D. (radiobiology & hygiene of non-ionazing radiation) Laureate of Prize of the Russian Federation Government (for science and technology) Chairman, Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection Member, Scientific Consul for Radiobiology of Russian Academy of Science Member, IAC of the WHO EMF project
The world needs to take note and follow this example. See attached paper and warning signs.
Eco Liberty Conclusion: I like to see other countries including mine to follow suit when come EMF safety and why pregnant woman and children should not use wireless devices due to the hazards of EMF radiation
As Russia recovers from a record-breaking heatwave followed by fierce storms, RT talks to astrophysicist and solar weather forecaster Piers Corbyn to find out what it all means and if it has anything to do with global warming.
In this video Luke Rudkowski gives you the full breakdown of deteriorating relations between Russia and the U.S. We go over how dangerous this situation is globally and how it developed.
Concluded by Matthew: As said in the article from Zero Hedge about 40 Million Russians To Take Part In “Nuclear Disaster” Drill, Days After US General Warns Of War With Moscow. I found it quiet funny because while the Russian Ministry of Civil Defense encourage Russian to be prepare for the worse; while American are encourage to be distracted by the garbage on television.
Source:Natural News Date: 26 January 2016 Author: Jennifer Lea Reynolds
(NaturalNews) A study that is estimated to cost $25 million, run over the course of three years and experiment on thousands of rats by feeding them Monsanto genetically modified maize and the herbicide it’s made with is in the works, expected to go into full swing in 2015.
The reason behind the need for the long-term study is explained by Elena Sharoykina, a campaigner and co-founder of the Russian national association for genetic safety (Nags). She’s also the experiment’s coordinator. You might want to sit down for this one, as her response will likely leave many people scratching their heads in confusion.
Source:Daily Caller Date: 29 October 2015 Author: Michael Bastasch
Russian President Vladimir Putin believes global warming is a “fraud” — a plot to keep Russia from using its vast oil and natural gas reserves.
Putin believes “there is no global warming, that this is a fraud to restrain the industrial development of several countries, including Russia,” Stanislav Belkovsky, a political analyst and Putin critic, told The New York Times.
“That is why this subject is not topical for the majority of the Russian mass media and society in general,” Belkovsky said.
Putin has been casting doubt on man-made global warming since the early 2000s, according to the Times. In 2003, Putin told an international climate conference warming would allow Russians to “spend less on fur coats,” adding that “agricultural specialists say our grain production will increase, and thank God for that.”
Putin’s comments likely came after his staff “did very, very extensive work trying to understand all sides of the climate debate,” according to Andrey Illarionov, Putin’s former senior economic adviser, who’s now a senior fellow at the libertarian Cato Institute. Continue reading Russia’s Putin Says Global Warming Is ‘A Fraud’→
Russian President Vladimir Putin has hailed the import substitution in dairy, meat and fish production a success. The government allocated $4 billion to support domestic agriculture.
“We already have serious achievements. This year, we have seen an increase in the production of dairy, meat and fish products – by 26 percent, five percent and six percent respectively. Russia is ready for cooperation in import substitution with Kazakhstan and other countries from the Eurasian Economic Union,” said Putin at the Russia-Kazakhstan Interregional Cooperation Forum.
President Putin said Russia has given top priority to import substitution. The government has formed a select list of investment projects aimed at increasing domestic production of agricultural goods; 255 billion rubles (some $4 billion) has been allocated.
European farmers have been hit hard by Russian counter-sanctions. For example, Brussels-based European farmers union Copa Cogeca, which includes about 60 agricultural organizations from all around the EU, estimates the losses triggered by the Russian food embargo at about €5.5 billion.
There has been a wave of protests from European farmers dissatisfied with milk products prices. Demand for milk in Europe has dramatically fallen since Russia, which used to be the largest buyer of EU butter and cheese, embargoed dairy products from the countries that backed anti-Russian sanctions.