Links for Research

Although politicians, Telecomms and even our regulatory bodies continue to tell us there is no evidence that 5G and wireless radiation in general is not safe, this is far from the truth. In the sea of misinformation and denial being thrown out there by such sources, it becomes essential for us to do our own research .
Included below are links to some of the best sources of science, resources and general information on 5G, wireless technology, wi-fi in schools, smart metres and further information on how we can use technology safely.  There are many more links within these links - enjoy your research journey! 


5g and Wireless Radiation

Wi-fi in Schools

Smart Metres
Parents and Children

ORSAA   Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association Inc.

ORSAA is a not-for-profit organisation of scientists and professionals of various academic disciplines who are interested in the scientific research that investigates the effects of artificial electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on humans, animals and the environment.

ECFSR Environment and Communities Safe from Radiation

Our mission is to ensure the environment and communities are safe from harmful electro-magnetic radiation.

The Australasian Society of Building Biologists (ASBB) holds the position and belief that the rollout of 5G should be halted until such time that further independent research is conducted to establish its impact on human, animal and plant life. 

WiFi in Schools Australia hopes to provide a starting point for Australian parents, caregivers, students, teachers and the wider community to become informed about the potential health effects from long term use of wireless technologies

A grassroots group with links and videos  explaining adverse biological and health effects of smart metres.

Environmental Health Trust (EHT) is a think tank that promotes a healthier environment through research, education, and policy. They work with world-class experts to conduct cutting-edge research that can help inform improved safety standards for sources of pollution, including devices that emit microwave radiation

a group of physicians and health professionals whose mission is to provide trusted leadership in promoting, healthy and safe environments through the safer use of technology at home, in schools, in the workplace, in healthcare settings and in communities.

The BioInitiative 2012 Report has been prepared by 29 authors from ten countries, ten holding medical degrees (MDs), 21 PhDs, and three MsC, MA or MPHs. Among the authors are three former presidents of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, and five full members of BEMS.

The internet information platform EMF-Portal of the RWTH Aachen University summarizes systematically scientific research data on the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF).


Powerwatch is used as a forum for a small group of knowledgeable engineers, scientists and medical researchers who are concerned about the consequences of irradiated 'blue world' we are creating.

When it comes to EMF issues, one of the most frequently heard phrases is "There is no evidence to support EMFs having health effects" or simply "There is no conclusive evidence".  This is completely wrong; there is an enormous body of evidence out there, but public and even academic awareness seems to be very poor. Therefore, we will be presenting a list of papers and odds ratios which either show serious effects or are considered important papers on the subject which we have collected over the years. This page will be updated regularly.

There are 292,859 signatories from 218 nations and territories as of June 10th, 2020. Many links contained in the body text of this appeal. 

Baby Safe Project 

The BabySafe Project is a joint initiative of two non-profit environmental health organizations:  Grassroots Environmental  education and Environmental Health Trust. It foucuses specifically on pregnancy and children. 

It's easy to feel overwhelmed when you realize that our environment may not be as safe as we think. We would like to break this issue down so that it feels manageable and accessible. We parents can't be 100% perfect all the time. It's about finding the simple, actionable steps we can take to improve your health. Let this be your guide to start you on that journey.