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1) An interesting and disturbing interview with Dr. Martin Pall about microwave radiation and its health effects, such as infertility. It is 60 minutes long and well worth the listen.
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2) Our Councils and Telus are not informing us before installing microcells outside our homes.
Neither, even when asked, do they give complete information or ask our permission to irradiate us. Our rights to live in a safe home, without being exposed to harmful agents, are being infringed more and more each day. This “Letter of Consent” should be sent to each and every Councillor and MLA [https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/z/bc-contact-e-mail-lists/]. Would they agree to send this with their name?
Mock “Letter of Consent” Explains What it Means to Not Oppose Small Cell Towers in Yards and Everywhere Else
Ronald M. Powell, Ph.D. wrote a mock “Letter of Consent” which provides details about what you are agreeing to allow when you don’t try to stop the installation of small cell towers near your home and everywhere else via “The Race for 5G”
“Informed Consent Agreement for the Installation of Small Cell Towers in Your Residential Community
If a telecommunications company could NOT install small cell towers in a residential community in Montgomery County, MD without the informed consent of the residents of that community, and if the informed-consent agreement was an honest one, it might look something like this:
If you are harmed by the radiation from the new small cell towers, we, as the providers of that radiation, will do everything in our power to deflect liability for harming you. You will have a difficult time proving that our radiation did harm you, even if it has, because the symptoms of such harm are highly varied and differ from individual to individual. Also, you will undoubtedly be exposed to radiation from other sources, too; so it will be hard for you to prove that it was our radiation that was at fault. We may also try to deflect responsibility to others, perhaps even to government agencies, and to the government officials who approved our locating small cell towers in your community.
If you try to get insurance protection against any harm to your health from the radiation, you may be turned down because the underwriters of insurance are increasingly aware of the health risks of radiofrequency radiation and may not be willing to back the insurance carriers.”