Stunell Private Members Bill
Andrew Stunell MP has now issued his private members bill about planning controls on telecommunications mast.
It continues to surprise me that noone has noted that in the third quarterly report of DSTL into the TETRA system there is sign of a non-thermal effect from TETRA signals.
This is the key debate that the Home Office commissioned research was supposed to answer.
On the Police Reform
website it says:
Results from Dstl studies show that TETRA signals have no effect on calcium exchanges in cells – the main concern of the Stewart report;
Yet in the third quarterly report from DSTL it uses the phrase:
"no statistically significant effects"
Note the important difference in the use of the adjective "statistically significant"
Whereas on Page 13 of the report in the graph it shows a clear effect (that does not always occur) when the signals are switched on and when they are switched off.
I would have thought they should have done substantially more testing of this particular issue before concluding the signals "have no effect".