Rome Air Force Base – BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION REPORT

RADIOFREQUENCY/MICROWAVE RADIATION BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND
SAFETY STANDARDS: A REVIEW

This is a study that was released to the public in 1994 where the military is reporting on all types of terrible biological effects that microwave radiation has on  the human biology from very early on in the 50’s and 60’s and well into the 70’s right on into the 80’s–specifically 1988, when this document was reported. It’s pretty scary what radiation can do to the human body. When you read this document, you’ll see what I mean.

READ THE ENTIRE DOCUMENT HERE: RF-Microwave-Radiation-Biological-Effects Rome Labs

Radiofrequency/Micowave Radiation Biological Effects and Safety

Standards: A Review

Scott M. Bolen

June 1988

Abstract:
The study of human exposure to radiofrequency/microwave radiation has been the subject of widespread investigation and analysis. It is known that electromagnetic radiation has a biological effect on human tissue. An attempt has been made by researchers to quantify the effects of radiation on the human body and to set guidelines for safe exposure levels. A review of the pertinent findings is presented along with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) recommended safety standard (C95.1-1982) and the United States Air Force permissible exposure limit for RF/MW radiation (AFOSH Standard 161-9, 12 February 1987). An overview of research that was conducted in the Soviet Union andEastern Europe is also included in this report.

 

THE LAST PAGE: MISSION OF ROME LABS

Mission. The mission of Rome Laboratory is to advance the science and technologies of command, control, communications and intelligence and to transition them into systems to meet customer needs.

To achieve this,Rome Lab:

a. Conducts vigorous research, development and test programs in all applicable technologies.

b. Transitions technology to current and future systems to improve operational capability, readiness, and supportability.

c. Provides a full range of technical support to Air Force Material Command product centers and other Air Force organizations.

d. Promotes transfer of technology to the private sector.

e. Maintains leading edge technological expertise in the areas of surveillance, communications, command and control, intelligence, reliability science, electro-magnetic technology, photonics, signal processing, and computational science.

The thrust areas of technical competence include: Surveillance, Communications, Command and Control, Intelligence, Signal Processing, Computer Science and Technology, Electromagnetic Technology,Photonics and Reliability Sciences.

READ THE ENTIRE DOCUMENT HERE: RF-Microwave-Radiation-Biological-Effects Rome Labs

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One response to “Rome Air Force Base – BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION REPORT”

  1. James Smith says:

    Wow this is a hell of a read. I’m afraid to use my microwave now…

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