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1) Industry is saying it is highly likely that 5G technology will not use milliwaves exclusively but, rather, it also could use lower frequencies. This is very concerning given that these lower frequencies are more powerful and are better able to penetrate heavy material to pose significant biological harm. They are talking about 600MHz – 3.5 GHz as being prime frequencies, and we know the harm these can cause when the transmitters are some distance away. If these are going to be used by transmitters right outside our homes….These microcells must be stopped.
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The Many Frequencies of 5G
“In the U.S., the FCC has made three millimeter-wave licensed bands (28, 37, and 39 GHz) available for high-speed transmission, plus added capacity in the 60-GHz band (traditionally used for WiGig). However, 5G NR will also be able to use the sub-millimeter-wave frequencies, notably the 3.5-GHz band. In fact, AT&T is starting its initial trials on the 15-GHz band before switching to 28 GHz, and T-Mobile in the U.S. is even talking about using the using the 600-MHz band…
But it’s the 3.5-GHz band (C-Band) that will likely be most used to deliver nationwide coverage, according to ABI:”
2) The utilities and governments in the USA are trying to make it sound as if these microcells will replace or eliminate cell towers, which are controversial. I suspect the argument will be that it will look better (which in many cases it won’t – all neighbourhoods will have microcells, even those which now do not have cell towers) and there is no mention whatsoever about health concerns. The push is to remove any regulations or local input that could slow implementation down, allowing them to be placed anywhere.
Streamlining small cell process a state and federal priority
In an interview with the Salt Lake City, Utah, Fox affiliate bill sponsor Sen. Curt Bramble said, “We don’t want cities to prohibit the deployment of these small cells. Right now we have big cell towers and there’s a lot of controversy around where a cell tower could be sited. These are much smaller antennas that are placed on existing infrastructure. It could be poles, it could be roofs, it could be signs, it could be whatever.”
3) US officials in Cuba seem to have symptoms consistent with head traumas, without any such history.
Neurological Symptoms Among US Diplomats in Cuba
Conclusions and Relevance In this preliminary report of a retrospective case series, persistent cognitive, vestibular, and oculomotor dysfunction, as well as sleep impairment and headaches, were observed among US government personnel in Havana, Cuba, associated with reports of directional audible and/or sensory phenomena of unclear origin. These individuals appeared to have sustained injury to widespread brain networks without an associated history of head trauma.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/doctors-find-neurological-damage-to-americans-who-served-in-cuba/2018/02/14/83c639a2-11de-11e8-9065-e55346f6de81_story.html & (video 01:24) http://wapo.st/2jklurZ
4) If you haven’t written to Wieringa about your concerns re. smeters and BC Hydro, please consider doing so. We must show how many of us are still here, fighting.
Subject: The case for analog meter retention.
Attn. Mr. Wieringa, and other parties concerned,
In view of current health conditions, such as 2 persons regularly at the residence with pacemakers, as well as the ever-increasing evidence of harm amassing in the non-industry funded scientific studies, it truly becomes a matter of life and death to retain analog meters. Physicians quietly advise as complete an avoidance of electrosmog as possible, both for persons with pacemakers and for those battling all types of cancer, particularly the various types of leukemia such as chronic lymphocytic leukemia. In utero, humans are particularly susceptible to EMF damage to DNA. Those of us who have carefully accommodated those at highest risk and created non wireless households (such as fiber optic connected laptop only) deserve the right to continue paying for the right to retain analog.
The future will thank you for any efforts you make now which, indeed, the future will eventually prove was the right side of the fence to be on.
To: paul wieringa <email@example.com>
Date: 20 Mar 2018
Subject: BC Hydro and their extortion fee.
At last someone is finally looking at BC Hydro and the way they treat their locked in customers.
We have been satisfied BC Hydro customers since 1973 and until this so called smart meter fiasco started, they were a caring helpful organization that allowed us to build a family room where the meter is as long as they could see and read it through the glass door. It is located within 5 ft of where my invalid wife sits and watches TV. She has cancer and there is no way in “h—” a radio frequency transmitter will be placed just above her head. BC Hydro put us through hell insisting that a smart meter had to be installed. Fortunately they could not change it without entering the house and thus the so-called expired analog stayed. Two young kids showed one day with an old analog covered in mold and even had a spider’s nest in it that they said was to replace our “expired” one. I demanded to know when the one they had would expire, and they didn’t know, so I suggested they phone someone who did know before they set foot in the door. They said that they had no cell phone reception there so I offered them the use of our phone. Whoever they talked to said to tell me if I didn’t accept that analog, I would be charged a refusal fee. I told them I would accept an exchange analog only when I knew its expiry date. They went away and I was charged the refusal fee and the threats of loss of power began. I have always paid my hydro bill for power used on time. Finally, when I threatened to show the photos I’d taken of the moldy meter to the TV “Olson on your side” in the hopes to keeping our power for two pensioners who have enough stress without this, a very nice BC Hydro employee showed up with a new analog meter and installed it. I suspect they are just waiting like vultures for us to die so they will win in the end.
I hope you will investigate why we are paying the highest extortion fees for our analog in North America to enable them to read it 6 times a year. When we were on the equal payment plan, they would only read it once a year for nothing.
As a retiree, the 72 dollar extra cost hurts but we have no choice.
Please have them justify the fee when some other companies only charge a nominal $5 per month. Are they THAT incompetent to have to charge that much?
Sorry for the long letter but I hope you know how I feel. They have some excellent employees at the working end but some real bastards in customer service who hide behind a tariff they wrote for themselves.
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance.”
~ A. Einstein