[ RadSafe ] This "radiation journal" that probably doesn't exist

Busby Chris C.Busby at ulster.ac.uk
Wed Apr 20 06:15:51 CDT 2011

Deal with the issue please and dont avoid it.

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Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] This "radiation journal" that probably doesn't exist
April 19

         This is a peculiar journal.  It has a poem on its website.

Steven Dapra

At 02:40 PM 4/19/2011, you wrote:

>This link works however (I couldn't get it to work earlier today):
>The abstracts can be read and some of the other information.
>Bjorn Cedervall
>Now the other question: The "European Journal of Biology and 
>Bioelectromagnetics (EBAB)" - what about the status of this journal? 
>Where is it and where can the corresponding papers be found (like 
>the three in the ECRR book)? I have asked our university libraries 
>previously and they didn't find the journal. Can one find some 
>impact factor for instance?
> >
> > The journal used to be linked here:
> > http://www.cogreslab.co.uk/medcross.html
> > but the link doesn't seem to work any longer.
> > (back in the URL to see the money orientation)
> >
> > Googling Dr Roger Coghill results in a number of strange hits - 
> here is one:
> > http://www.thesynergycompany.com/superfood_article10.html
> > http://www.thesynergycompany.com/superfood_article3.html
> >
> > It shouldn't come as a surprise if some people wonder about the 
> charater of the EBAB journal as a paper (about melatonin) by 
> Coghill appeared as a free sample issue. That paper was simply an 
> indicator - then an Editorial Board with you at the same time as 
> you had six or eight publications (including one with Coghill if I 
> recall correctly)
> >
> > The Editorial Board was (is?) as follows:
> >
> > Assoc. Prof. Olle Johansson
> > Prof. Henry Lai
> > Prof. Dr. Igor Jerman
> > Prof Dr Imants Detlavs
> > Dr Christopher Busby
> > Dr. Edouard David
> >
> > And according to the sample paper page context: Dr Richard Nuccitelli.
> >
> > These editors should be expected to cover the topics that 
> appeared in the EBAB journal.
> >
> > Where is all this information now? I have never before 
> encountered a situation where "scientific papers" just disappear. 
> Is it strange that one wonders? Please explain.
> >
> > My personal reflections and initiative only,
> >
> > Bjorn Cedervall


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