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**I will be away from my computer until Thursday, and from then for the next 2 weeks we will have visitors. If my updates are sporadic, this is why. You’ll have lots of time to read this longer-than-usual update.**
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1) Bad Luck” Cannot Explain More Cancers in Young Adults and Teens
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“Reflecting growing scientific indications of damage from microwave-radiating cell phones, bills before the Massachusetts legislature could reduce the contribution that cell phone radiation to these unexplained cancers in young adults. Educating about why and how to reduce phone radiation exposures has become a critical public health concern around the world. In advanced countries like Israel, France, and Belgium, phones must be sold with headsets and information about keeping phones away from the brain and body.
What’s driving the push to reduce phone radiation exposures? The World Health Organization reports a global increase of 13% in childhood cancer incidence. In the United Kingdom, rates of the same type of malignant brain cancer increased in regular cell phone users have risen while those of other forms of brain cancer have dropped. United States rates of malignant brain tumours have now surpassed leukemia as the top cause of cancer deaths in adolescents and young adults. Growing numbers of neurosurgeons believe that part of the explanation for this surge in gliomas lies in our love affair with phones. We have to ask whether they are right: does the unprecedented use of cellphones underlie these perplexing increases?”
2) Globe and Mail has published Health Canada’s twists and deceptions in an “updated” version of an article written when the IARC decision was made. Notice “no long term studies”. What about the NTP and Ramazzini? Isn’t 10 years long enough to warrant any attention? Of course, McNamee’s 5 day mouse study is the most important study yet!! Notice, too, they confuse people by saying that AM-FM radios emit radiation when, in fact, they do not – the transmitters do.
Please consider writing the G and M – tell them about the NTP and Ramazzini studies and the fact that Health Canada refuses to tell Canadians about them.
Helen Branswell <email@example.com>
Parents should encourage children under 18 to limit the time they spend talking on cellphones, Health Canada said Tuesday in new advice on mobile phone usage.
3) A 3 minute commercial that really says it all. Please share with your family and friends.
Hard-Hitting Nature Valley Ad Shows The Terrifying Side Of Kids Addicted To Technology
4) A member has kindly shared the details of costs he incurred by moving his smeter. Costs will vary depending on individual circumstances and distance the smeter is moved. I asked for more info and he responded separately. I will include this additional info. in blue.
“We moved the smart meter off our small home in Courtenay in April and put it on a pole at the edge of the property (property is very small). (Moved about 25 ft.) BC Hydro charged $860, added on to our next hydro bill. It cost $363 for the pole and $315 for the bobcat to dig the hole and install the pole; and $25 for sand. It cost $2,265 in electrician costs (but this included breaking up a channel across the concrete driveway to reach the electrical box and then repairing the driveway). The electrical permit was $181. We also put in a whole home surge protector. (Cost $181)
The RF meter showed a significant RF drop in the room closest to the meter (but still significantly higher when transmitting than the background level of about 26-28 elsewhere in the home). (He will tell me the units used by his RF meter when he returns home in about 10 days.)
I was surprised at how often the meter is sending signals. (The meter is pointing toward his home which means he is getting its full, directed signal. The smeter should be pointed away from the home.)
Hope this is helpful.”
5) Grassroots, the group that organized the conference call a couple of weeks ago, has organized a Coalition to address 5G. They have created a simple short animated video that they will customize with politicians’ names, etc. and provide it for free. I have asked if Canadians can join this group since we all share the same concerns and face the same problems. I will let you know when I hear back.
In the meantime, please share this information and the video with friends and neighbours. It’s time to organize to protect our families’ health and our rights.
|Americans for Responsible Technology is a new coalition designed to focus attention on the 5G issue. The idea is to bring together the many groups and individuals across the country who are concerned about wireless technology, and use our combined numbers to strengthen our message in Washington.
Here is our Declaration of Principles:
We believe in science. Independent, peer-reviewed and published science unencumbered by industry influence is critical to decision-making that is in the best interests of the people.
We believe in policies that evolve with science. Scientific thought changes as new discoveries are made and old hypotheses are disproved. Government agencies must ensure that policies are updated as science develops.
We believe we have a moral obligation to protect the next generation. Our children depend on us, and on government leaders, to protect their health, safety, security and well-being, and to place this obligation above all others.
We believe in local control over the deployment of technology in our neighborhoods. Americans elect local leaders to represent their interests and respond to the unique needs and aesthetics of each community.
We reject the rush to roll out 5G technology across America.
We call on our representatives in Washington to heed the call of independent scientists, medical professionals and public health experts around the world who are warning of the dangers of this technology, and to reject any proposal to use public funds or public property to facilitate the deployment of expanded wireless networks.
A member has consolidated the links to the video and to talking points into one Twitter link – you don’t have to have a Twitter account to read and view. Just click on the links inside the post.
6) Another good article by BN Frank
C’est Bon! Since 2009, France Has Been Proactive in Protecting Kids From Cell Phone Radiation. Now They Have Banned Student Smartphone Use in Schools.
“The Telecom Industry (“Big Wireless”) has never said cell phones are safe. Cell phone manufacturers have been warning shareholders that they may eventually be held liable for the harm their products have caused. No one wants to insure them anymore.”
7) Security is a major concern for those who should know – the Black Hatters. Most of them are more worried about invasion of privacy this year, than they were in the past, because of all the devices connected to the Internet of Things. Many say they have had their devices attacked!! This is especially concerning because major parts of our infrastructure, e.g. the electrical grid via the smeters, is connected to the IoT.
Concern Over IoT Security Grew for Most BHUSA Attendees in Past Year, Reveals Survey
Such growth in IoT poses a risk to organizations. More devices means potentially more vulnerable products that digital attackers can infect with malware like Mirai and enlist in distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. In total, Gartner predicts that a quarter of all identified attacks against enterprises will involve IoT by 2020…
Survey respondents collectively said that there’s more work to be done to properly secure the Internet of Things. And this goes beyond home devices. Sixty-nine percent of respondents revealed they do not believe there has been significant progress in securing voting systems over the past year, whereas 54 percent said the same about industrial control systems (ICS).
8) On Tuesday, Aug. 14, Dr. Martin Pall will be interviewed about the dangers of non-ionizing (microwave) radiation and the failure of the agencies like FCC (and Health Canada) to do their jobs. Here is the radio station and it starts at 1:00 pm from Berkeley, California so it’s PDT.
Subject: Re: Review
Dear Ms. Enkin:
Thank you very much for conducting a review on this article. The CBC must represent issues fairly and objectively. The conclusion of this tribunal sets a potentially dangerous scenario for other children who suffer and people who care about them. These children, who are recognizing that they must avoid these frequencies, need options, and could be “the canaries in the mine shaft” of a much greater problem.
And thank you, in advance, for sending me a link to the review.
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On Aug 11, 2018, at 10:07 AM, CBC Ombudsman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This office will be conducting a review on the article – No proof B.C. boy’s migraines caused by Wi-Fi, tribunal rules.
We will send you a link to the review once completed.