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“Tin Foil Hats” Sci-Fi History, and Why the Ridicule Can End Now
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“Tin Foil Hats” Sci-Fi History, and Why the Ridicule Can End Now

By Sarah Aminoff, Kate Kheel, and Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International, Images Courtesy Flo Freshman Kent Chamberlin’s response to Psychology Today is anything but a “tin foil hat” rebuttal. Chamberlain critiques a blog article by Joe Pierre recently published in Psychology Today entitled “Tin Foil Hats: Tired Trope or Sign of the Times?”. The article…

EMR/RF/5G; Fatal Attraction: Data Scientists and Radar
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EMR/RF/5G; Fatal Attraction: Data Scientists and Radar

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International My college classmate John has what might be called a ‘superpower.’ He possesses an extraordinary sensitivity to smells. As an airline pilot, he is renowned for recognizing hazards, including fuel leaks. Trauma expert Peter Levine notes, “In a herd of deer, we need some super-sensitive ones. They are…

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Expert Responses to Psychology Today’s ‘Tin Foil Hat’ Commentary: Kent Chamberlin and Magda Havas

As reported in late August by Safe Tech International, Psychology Today recently published a blog post, Tin Foil Hats: Tired Trope or Sign of the Times? From clothing to electronic devices, modern-day tin foil hats are big business,’ by Joe Pierre M.D. Request for ‘Psychology Today’ to Retract ‘Conspiracy Theory Expert’ View of ‘Electrohypersensitivity’ includes commentary by…

When It Comes to EMF/RF/5G, Are We All Storrowing?
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When It Comes to EMF/RF/5G, Are We All Storrowing?

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International     Every September, Boston area residents watch for one inevitable sign that fall has arrived. It is not the thousands of college students returning to the city, or the popular Head of the Charles Rowing Regatta that brings throngs of spectators to the banks of the river.  And…

Comment from Belgrade Health Experts re: Global Prevalence and Incidence of Tinnitus Review in JAMA
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Comment from Belgrade Health Experts re: Global Prevalence and Incidence of Tinnitus Review in JAMA

These comments reference the article ” Global Prevalence and Incidence of Tinnitus: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis,” published by JAMA. The comments were written by Dr Ninoslava Dragutinović (PhD), ENT- audiology Dr Slavica Simić, pediatrician-neonatologist Milan Rogulja, president of the Citizens’ Association BIOGEN, Belgrade “It is a paper that raises the question of the epidemiology…

JAMA declined this letter, so we published it

JAMA declined this letter, so we published it

The Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) recently published a review article on the global prevalence of Tinnitus. JAMA states: “Tinnitus affects more than 40 million adults globally and is perceived as a major problem by more than 120 million people, according to the results of this systematic review and meta-analysis.”  The review article considered only one…

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EMF/RF/5G; Tin Foil Hats, Meridians, Glymphatics, and Heads That Are Not Layer Cakes

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International Tin Foil Hats The topic of tin foil hats recently emerged as the result of a blog published by Psychology Today.  As reported by the respected Australian site EMF Facts Consultancy, an expert critique of the article was submitted to the magazine. Kent Chamberlin PhD, Professor & Chair…

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In Defense of Crickets Part 3 of 3; Havana, Internal Electric Fields, Kilohertz Frequencies, Cell Signaling, & Sub-Carrier Waves

By Patricia Burke, featuring Paul Harding Part 1 considered the historical record regarding the Moscow Signal, and the assessment by an advisory committee to the U.S. military that sounds most recently heard and recorded by injured diplomats (Havana Syndrome) were crickets. Part 2 features Lyn McLean of EMR Australia, presenting concerns that some humans “hear” microwave radiation. In part 3,…

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In Defense of Crickets, Part 2 of 3; EMR Australia: Wireless Radiation, Hearing Problems, and Havana

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International featuring Lyn Mclean of EMR Australia This is part 2 of 3 of a series “In Defense of Crickets.” See part 1 here.  The question of what diplomats were hearing when they were experiencing brain injuries associated with Havana Syndrome was answered by U.S. authorities advising the military,…

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In Defense of Crickets, Part 1 of 3: Havana Syndrome, and Irradiation of Diplomats; 1950s, 1970s, 2000s

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International (with Don Maisch) September 2021 marked the release of a report, one year ago, by an advisory group for the U.S. State Department. As reported by the Independent, “The “most likely source” of the mysterious “Havana syndrome” is crickets, according to a declassified US State Department report. The…

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Request for ‘Psychology Today’ to Retract ‘Conspiracy Theory Expert’ View of ‘Electrohypersensitivity’

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International, with Sharon Noble Psychology Today (‘Health, Help, Happiness, and Find a Therapist’) recently published a blog “Tin Foil Hats: Tired Trope or Sign of the Times? From clothing to electronic devices, modern-day tin foil hats are big business,” by Joe Pierre M.D. B.N. Frank responded with “Mental Health…

My Best Memories

By Naturalist Activist When I was five, my mother took me to the zoo in Rome. It was almost closing time when we found ourselves near the lions, one of which had cubs. The zookeeper, who like all Italians loved bambini, took one of the cubs out of the cage and let me play with it….