The last update of the decade… I wish you all a very happy, healthy 2020. Also, I am wishing that the politicians begin to listen to us, to do their jobs, and that our ongoing efforts help to make the environment safer for future generations.
1) In last night’s letter from Norm Lambe [https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2019-12-30-russia-reviews-current-science/], the links he provided were not active and I neglected to check them. Here they are plus a great website maintained by Sandi in California with information about many smeter failures.
2) Some good tips about reducing exposure plus some good links at the end.
7 Essential Ways to Make Your Home Safe(r) from 5G and EMF Radiation
3) According to this article, some universities and colleges in the US are tracking students and monitoring their activities via their wireless devices. This invasion of privacy can be touted as being “for their own good”, but it seems that this is being done without the students being told or permission being granted.
(click on photo to enlarge)
College students now tracked like cattle, using new technology that monitors their every move across campus, 24 hours a day
“…the same thing is now happening at colleges and universities all across the country as many institutions of “higher learning” are adopting new tracking technologies that monitor student behavior and movement 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Another similar system known as Degree Analytics utilizes a system of “WiFi check-ins” to track some 200,000 students across 19 state universities, private colleges, and other so-called “schools.” Aaron Benz, its developer, says the system ensures that every student is able to graduate with “a proper environment and perhaps a few nudges along the way.”
But not everyone is convinced, including privacy and surveillance experts who are warning that such technology is merely a backdoor for implementing a type of “mark of the beast” culture in which smartphones – and eventually actual chips in people’s hands and foreheads – are used to track and monitor all students on campus at all times.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“As this New Year approaches find inspiration around you, and motivation within you, to be all that you can be.” — Kate Summers