1) An excellent presentation by Dr. Erica Mallery Blythe – we must not wait for the agencies like IARC to take action. It could be too late.
Dr. Erica Mallery Blythe: Overview of the Evidence, Conclusions and Path Forward
2) A model S Telsa, with autopilot features, was speeding and crashed. The driver was killed. It is reported that the battery re-ignited after it was towed.
Tesla driver killed in high-speed Florida crash and fire
“Witnesses tell police in Davie, Florida, that the car was travelling 75-to-90 miles per hour (120-to-145 kilometres per hour) Sunday afternoon when it left the road for an unknown reason.”
3) In Marin County, CA the battle against 5G continues. A member of the group shared some letters from a retired attorney to the Marin County Bd. Of Supervisors. There are some distracting portions, but I share because there could be some points that could be used or which could result in some new ideas for fighting microcells and 5G here in BC.
To: “premier” <firstname.lastname@example.org>, “david eby mla” <email@example.com>, “Lisa Beare” <lisa.beare.MLA@leg.bc.ca>
Cc: “Bonnie Henry” <Bonnie.Henry@gov.bc.ca>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2019 7:17:32 PM
Subject: when does science become science?
Dear Premier, Attorney General, and MLA,
I am an old woman. I remember when “science” told us that tobacco was safe. In fact, I remember the early 1960s when my then husband who had just quit smoking was suffering from digestive problems. He was told by his doctor to have one cigarette after each meal. Now, of course, we know that that was industry-supported science, and, in fact, not science at all but politics and economics.
Our society is now faced with a new user of “tobacco science” and I am wondering when real science will out-weigh the industry supported science that is supposedly protecting us. Although I am not a scientist, and I do not claim to understand the independent/real science, or the industry “science”, I do understand that our politicians seem to be ignoring the real science and are therefore supporting the industry economically.
I don’t think that any of you are scientists, and I expect that none of you understand the science involved. But all of you should understand how “industry science” works: proponents provide a service or a good (in this case a very much appreciated and convenient service) and then politicians ignore the independent science. Can any of you tell me what will trigger your recognition of the real science surrounding electromagnetic radiation and what will move you to act to actually protect the public from the weak “Safety Code 6” standards? (I trust you know that there IS a difference between electromagnet radiation that heats, such as in microwave ovens, and the electromagnetic radiation that allows the use of cell phones!)
I look forward to hearing from you, but please don’t send a form letter; that would be a waste of your time and my contribution as a taxpayer to the functioning of this province!
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” — Aldous Huxley