Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Next-Up: In the Memory of Roger Santini, Founder and Chairman, 1939-2006


In the Memory of Roger Santini, Founder and Chairman, 1939-2006

To whom it may concern,

Without any initial reply related to the problem, we must say that now an overdose of Electro Magnetic-Fields in our environment does exist, which is generated by the exponential developement of mobile telephony.

Facing the facts, we call for a duty on national health and we must act and inform people to bring the debate to light. This is next-up organisation goal.

If you wish to bring the truth to light, please help us :

- Give the next-up.org website adress to your friends and neighbours.

- Write the website address in forum and send us reports and new ideas.

Roger SANTINI, Dr ès-sciences, (1939-2006) Chairman of Next-up organisation.
Serge C.SARGENTINI, Director of the Board of Directors.
Claude MONNET, Dr , Vice-Director of the Board of Directors.

The fact of being exposed to the beams of Electro Magnetic Fields (EMF) from mobile phone relay antennas for peoples who, despite their wishes, live close to them, violates a fundamental right of all citizens, the right to own's integrity, in France the right is guaranteed by the Constitution.

The Charter of the Environment adopted in 2005 by Members of Parliament and Senator is a historic stage which must be translated into a strong action on the field.

We are forced to observe that decree number 2002-775 in relation to mobile telephones is not in accordance with the Environment Charter for what concerns putting into effect the Principle of Precaution.

It is vital to have it modified since, further, it allows for essential omissions such as the absence of an irradiation norm for an exposure time of more than 6 minutes to EMF!

Today, in the light of a scientific consensus on the biological, health or "Athermal" effects, the argument about the innocuous nature of EMF on humans must cease and what must be adopted at last are norms which conform to the requirements of a real public health policy.


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