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Joined on: 2018-01-04
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Good morning, My name is Andrzej Adamiak and since 2013, I have been copywriting. So far I have completed several hundred orders on various subjects. For example - on economic, internet, health, technological, business or telecommunication topics.

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WITAJ W KRAINIE PEM

Operatorzy telefonii komórkowej, wprost prześcigają się w stawianiu coraz to nowych stacji bazowych aby dostarczyć klientom – bezprzewodową łączność telefoniczną oraz bezprzewodowy Internet. Problem w tym, że nikt nie przeprowadził kompleksowych badań naukowych potwierdzających bezpieczne korzystanie z nowej technologii. Dlaczego tak się stało? Ponieważ większość instytucji naukowych, albo nie ma pieniędzy na tego typu badania albo wykonuje rozmaite zlecenia dla firm telekomunikacyjnych. A to oznacza, że nie jest w stanie przygotować całkowicie obiektywnej ekspertyzy. Mało tego. Specjalistom trudno jest odpowiedzieć na dwa proste pytania. A mianowicie – (1) Czy promieniowanie elektromagnetyczne (w skrócie PEM) emitowane przez stacje bazowe, jest szkodliwe dla człowieka czy też, jest bezpieczne? (2) Czy istnieją wśród rodaków osoby (a jeśli tak, to, jaki jest to odsetek?), które po prostu cierpią na „nadwrażliwość elektromagnetyczną”?

Jedno jest jednak pewne. W dzisiejszych czasach, poziom PEM wynosi tysiące razy więcej – w porównaniu z poziomem PEM – obecnym w naszym życiu w XX wieku. Bo w XX wieku, poziom promieniowania elektromagnetycznego był minimalny i pochodził głównie z niewielkiej liczby nadajników radiowych i telewizyjnych. A dzisiaj, dzień w dzień, jesteśmy „hojnie częstowani” sztucznym promieniowaniem elektromagnetycznym emitowanym przede wszystkim, przez stacje bazowe należące do operatorów telefonii komórkowej. A że może ono być niebezpieczne dla naszego życia i zdrowia, jest niemal pewne. Dlaczego?

£40,000 IS GRABBED IN RAIDS

NEARLY £40,000 has been stolen in two raids in Calderdale. Some of the cash was taken from Calderdale Credit Union – a service that helps the poorest people in the district. “It is wicked,” said chairwoman of the credit union Frances Burns. “It’s like breaking into your neighbor’s house and stealing their Christmas presents.” Thieves smashed their way into the credit union’s offices in Northgate, Halifax town center in the early hours of Monday and broke into the safe. Staff at the service discovered the theft when they went to work on Monday morning. Mrs. Burns said the culprits had tried to break in at the back of the building, failed, and then smashed the glass window at the bottom of the door at the front. Files had been scattered across the office and the safe ransacked. The offices had to close on Monday morning while police carried out forensic investigations and more money was obtained, but they were able to re-open by the afternoon. “Our staff was brilliant,” she said. “Everybody pitched in.” Mrs. Burns said they were now stepping up their security. She reassured people who use the service that their money is safe. The other raid happened at the Hairy Lemon bar in Lord Street, Halifax. Thieves are thought to have stolen thousands from a safe sometime between Saturday and Monday. Earlier this month thieves broke into the Helping Hands charity shop in Northgate, close to Calderdale Credit Union.

EU steps up its criticism as travel chaos continues

The European Commission criticized airport operators in Western Europe for being ill-prepared to cope with bad weather like snow, ice and freezing temperatures continued Tuesday to hamper road, rail and air networks for a fourth day, threatening Christmas plans for millions of travelers. The commission’s intervention comes as Northern Europe’s busiest airports continued to struggle with the weather conditions, with thousands of more flights canceled. The Association of European Airlines, a Brussels based trade group, said about 10,000 flights had been canceled from Friday to midday Monday, disrupting travel for about 800,000 passengers. It was unable to provide more up-to-date figures. Further flights were canceled Tuesday at Europe’s three busiest airports—London’s Heathrow, Paris’s Charles de Gaulle and Frankfurt—as well as at smaller airports across the U.K. and Germany. In Ireland, Dublin Airport said it was halting all flights until 5 p.m. local time due to ice on the runway.

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