1) The Council and Mayor of Pitt Meadows are the first to address the issue of EMR, 5G, and Health Canada as they have done. I believe we owe them our thanks. I hope you will consider writing them a short email or send a letter (emphasis on short) thanking them for stepping forward like this and showing leadership on behalf of their constituents. The emails are:
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the letter the Mayor wrote:
2) Given the push for “smart cities” with 5G being implemented, now comes the push for “smart” water meters. Every justification is being made for putting more EMR in our environment for the sake of money in the corporate pocket — saving water, etc. when each meter is adding to the waste pile of materials in addition to causing great physical harm to all living things. We have to remind people that wireless devices use far more energy than wired ones, digital uses more than analogs. And old meters, that are fully functional, no doubt will end up in a recycling pile while new, short-lived smeters will be replacing them.
3) If 5G manages to connect everything we do, wear, own, buy, etc. we will have no privacy, but neither will we have control the way we do now. The video at this link is a perfect example — fun, but this is the future.
https://www.activistpost.com/2019/08/microsoft-says-30-of-iot-projects-fail-in-proof-of-concept-stage-security-experts-warn-iots-vulnerability-and-74-failure-rate-can-cause-catastrophic-events.html (4 min. video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwZcKiNLL7A)
4) Birth rate is down in most developed countries, those countries that have had cell phones longest. There are probably several contributing factors – and wireless radiation is a proven one.
U.S. Births Are at Record-Low Levels—Why Aren’t We Asking Why?
“… many studies highlight male and female fertility problems, including “significant downward trends” in sperm count and quality, and obesity-related fertility challenges in women. What is behind these problems? The U.S. media aren’t saying, but published science provides strong indications that “environmental exposures arising from modern lifestyle…are the most important factors.”
Among the range of possible environmental culprits, there is evidence to suggest a role—whether singly or in combination—for glyphosate, bisphenol A (BPA), radiation from wireless communication technologies and vaccines….
A comprehensive review of EMF effects on human reproduction, published in 2018, notes that EMFs affect cell physiology and can lessen the “biological competence” of sperm and female eggs (before fertilization). The review’s authors cite a “plethora” of studies “highlighting a decrease in the quality of sperm obtained from men using mobile phones”—especially heavy users—and widespread agreement that RFs have detrimental effects on “sperm vitality, motility, and morphology.””
Role of Mitochondria in the Oxidative Stress Induced by Electromagnetic Fields: Focus on Reproductive Systems
“Based on in vitro studies, there is a general consensus on the effects of EMFs from mobile phones, laptops, and other electric devices on human sperm quality with possible negative influence on fertility…”
5) A young boy in India had a tumor with 526 teeth. The doctors said the cause could be genetic or environmental, like radiation.
Doctors find 526 teeth in boy’s mouth in India
“Ramani said the boy was suffering from a very rare condition called compound composite odontoma. She said what caused the condition is unclear, but it could be genetic or it could be due to environmental factors like radiation.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“We can´t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them” ~ A. Einstein