proof Army Corps Eng knew RF dangers in 1997

There is the document from 1976 that says that having adequate public
exposure limits would impede industry profits but i’m sure you know
about that (attached)
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This document you refer to here says that the “OSHA radiation protection
guide is 10 mW/cm2 (milliwatts/square centimetre” averaged over 6 minutes.

In the ICNIRP guidelines (attached), the SAR is expressed in watt per
kilogram (W kg−1).  I don’t know how to do the conversion to compare the
two.

Many thanks

Claire

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On Wednesday, April 1, 2020 7:21 AM, TOXI COM mike@toxi.com
<mailto:mike@toxi.com> wrote:

this was 1997
but other documents go back to 1947
(tho the max frequencies are lower)
see chapt 11 — page 11-3
A: STPAGE2.PDF
apps.dtic.mil/sti/pdfs/ADA401733.pdf
<apps.dtic.mil/sti/pdfs/ADA401733.pdf>
(~2MB file so not attached)

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