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1) Cyberattacks are occurring with greater frequency and are often aimed at the critical infrastructures, like the electrical grid which is extremely vulnerable. The USA has done little and recently fired its cybersecurity head, and it is likely that Canada has done even less. It seems that BC is completely blind to the threat or else why would they allow the Chinese company Huawei to install their transmitters in microcells outside our homes or to build critical parts of the electrical system for Site C? What is being done to protect us from going back into the “Dark Ages”?
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UTILITIES GRID SECURITY: Targeting power grid is too easy, Energy Department says
“Energy Secretary Rick Perry warned Monday that the electric grid is easier to attack than ever as he issued a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.
“The frequency, scale and sophistication of cyber threats have increased, and attacks have become easier to launch,” the department’s plan says. “Nation-states, criminals, and terrorists regularly probe energy systems to actively exploit cyber vulnerabilities in order to compromise, disrupt, or destroy energy systems.”…
The sophistication of the electric grid creates a situation of “growing interdependence among the nation’s energy systems,” which “increases the risk” of energy disruptions cascading from one state to the next, according to the Energy Department plan.
“Reliable energy and power is the cornerstone of our advanced digital economy and is essential for critical operations in transportation, water, communications, finance, food and agriculture, emergency services, and more,” the plan points out. “As nation-states and criminals increasingly target energy networks, the federal government must help reduce cyber risks that could trigger a large-scale or prolonged energy disruption.””
2) A non-EMR source alerts its readers about some of the problems caused by smeters.
Smart meters cook us with thousands of microwave pulses every day, while collecting our private information for the utility company
“This constant bombardment leaves the body without any time to recover from the onslaught. The radiation emitted from these meters is 100 times greater than that given off by cell phones, and unlike cell phones, they can’t be turned off by users.
What are these microwave signals doing to our bodies? Experts say they affect everything from our heart rate to our ability to concentrate and our sleep patterns. The shape of people’s blood cells physically changes in proximity to smart meters. Children, the elderly and pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to the dangers posed by smart meters.
As if that weren’t bad enough, The Medical Director of Switzerland’s Paracelsus Clinic, Dr. Thomas Rau, said that such electromagnet loads can cause migraines, Parkinson’s disease, insomnia, heart arrhythmias, attention deficit disorder, and cancer. The World Health Organization agreed, classifying non-ionizing radiation officially as a Class 2B carcinogen like lead.”
3) Another article by BN Frank, and this one hits the nail on the head. For decades, science has warned that wireless radiation is dangerous and the agencies responsible for protecting us have ignored it – allowing, even promoting, industry to sell more cell phones, erect more cell towers, put Wi-Fi in schools, even shoot radiation into our homes if we want electricity. Science continues to show how this is done and to learn that even very short exposures to low levels of EMR can cause harm. Yet nothing is done. The World Health Organization is filled with industry people saying all is well. Health Canada and the Cancer Societies say the WHO says EMR is safe, and our Provincial Health Officers happily follow suit. Shameful. Nothing ever changes. And it has become clear it is up to us – we have to protect future generations and our environment.
In 2011, The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Acknowledged Cell Phone Radiation Affects Brain But Wasn’t Sure It Mattered Even Though Earlier Research Said It Did.
All of this WiFi isn’t magic. Plus it’s contributing to Electrical Pollution (aka Electrosmog) and pollution is supposed to matter to climate change. So what the hell happened to following The Precautionary Principle?
Even though concerns about this are being covered by U.S. news stations and discussed by many including sexy and not-so-sexy celebrities, none of this seems to matter to the people who could stop all of this.
La la la la life goes on. Heaven help us all.”
4) With all the reports of rates of brain cancers increasing, I am still unable to find any agency that is tracking this in Canada. In fact, the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada says:
“The Canadian medical system does not track statistics on primary brain tumours. Complete and accurate data is needed to facilitate the research that will lead to a better understanding of this disease and improved diagnosis and treatment.”
If cancers are not tracked by type, age, etc., the industry (and the Cancer Societies) can say that there is no evidence that the number of brain cancers is increasing. If they won’t look, they can’t find. I was told by one expert that the best we can do is look at the statistics from the USA. It is hard to understand why oncologists wouldn’t be tracking cancers and, if they are, where is this information filed?
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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~ Albert Einstein