1) For many years it has become more and more concerning that the various Cancer Societies, Agencies and Foundations (USA as well as the Canadian) mislead, apparently deliberately, about the science associated with microwave radiation. If you look at any of their websites, any reference to cellphone or Wi-Fi radiation will say that there is no “conclusive” evidence or even any credible evidence that it is dangerous. Why? There are ties to telecoms. Is it this financial bias that results in this malfeasance?
And now there is clear “evidence” that cancer societies skew data to mislead, all while their executives make huge salaries, often paid, at least in part, by donations.
CDC Finds Brain, Liver and Thyroid Cancers Increasing Among US Children 2001-2014
“IMPORTANT NOTE: This research by the CDC used data from the United States Cancer Statistics (USCS) a combined cancer registry data from CDC’s National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) and the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program.
Together, these data provide the latest cancer information on the entire U.S. population and cover 98% of the US population.
Recently a reporter told EHT that this data seemed to be in contradiction to information posted on the National Cancer Institute (NCI) website. The reporter asked how EHT could be stating that CDC says brain cancers are rising in pediatrics when the reporter went online and found information stating “the brain cancer rates were stable.” He sent this link.
So we wrote the CDC scientist and the CDC scientist responded to EHT that that the NCI link sent by the reporter refers to statistics that represent only 13.4% of the US population, whereas the new CDC report uses the USCS database representing 98% of the US population.
Hence, the CDC data showing a rise in brain and other cancers among the under twenty population is current and most representative of the US population. Brain cancers are rising in the young.”
See salary of CEO John Seffrin – $1.4 million: http://templestream.blogspot.com/2016/12/list-of-17-ceo-salaries-of-charities.html
CEO, Dr. Max Coppes from The BC Cancer Agency receives $561,000 in salary, while they celebrate volunteers, working for free, to raise money!
“It turns out $75,000 a year of Dr. Max Coppes’ $561,000 salary was coming from donations to the BC Cancer Foundation, the fundraising arm of the organization.”
2) PG&E is in dire financial straits due to the wildfires in Calif. last summer. Just as in BC, the powerlines are usually above ground, vulnerable to high winds which cause them to fall, igniting fires. Money is being spent on unnecessary projects like smeters and Site C when infrastructure projects need to be addressed badly to prevent similar tragedies. No mention is ever made of smeters and any possible role in causing or exacerbating these fires, but we all know that smeters explode when there is a power surge (e.g. lines short), heat or water. Certainly there must have been incidents when homes were damaged by this.
PG&E prepares bankruptcy filing after California wildfires
“PG&E’s liabilities from that fire could be catastrophic if authorities determine its equipment caused the blazes. Under California law, utilities are exposed to liability from wildfires regardless of their negligence. The company decided to prepare to file for bankruptcy in part to address that issue, known as “inverse condemnation.”
In a regulatory filing it questioned whether it could continue to operate in the years ahead as a so-called investor-owned utility by being exposed to that risk. Investors might avoid the company if questions around that risk remain unanswered.
A federal judge last week proposed restricting PG&E from using power lines deemed unsafe during high winds in this year’s fire season.
Energy companies that supply PG&E could be hit by its bankruptcy. One of the most exposed is Kinder Morgan Inc (KMI.N), the second largest North American pipeline operator, analysts said….”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ~ Edmund Burke or John Stuart Mill…