1) This report needs to be sent to every group concerned about bees, the environment and climate change. Health Canada’s Safety Code is based on ICNIRP’s guidelines and, too, pertains to thermal effects and radiation. It is not protective against non-thermal radiation or non-heating effects.
ICNIRP’s thermal only guidelines don’t work for insects with 5G-unless you like them fried…
“The insects show a maximum in absorbed radio frequency power at wavelengths that are comparable to their body size. They show a general increase in absorbed radio-frequency power above 6 GHz (until the frequencies where the wavelengths are comparable to their body size), which indicates that if the used power densities do not decrease, but shift (partly) to higher frequencies, the absorption in the studied insects will increase as well. A shift of 10% of the incident power density to frequencies above 6 GHz would lead to an increase in absorbed power between 3–370%. This could lead to changes in insect behaviour, physiology, and morphology over time due to an increase in body temperatures, from dielectric heating.”
2) CRTC wants to give the telecoms free rein to put microcells and antennas anywhere they wish without any local intervention. Of course, one of the reasons given is that this will give Canada a competitive edge. Over whom? With whom are we competing to spread this 5G grid throughout our communities? Why should we trust the telecoms? They sell cell phones that exceed allowable limits by many times. They sell data to ruthless third parties (see item #3).
We need to respond to this immediately, to our MPs. Call, fax, email, visit offices — everything to stop this.
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CRTC wants more power over infrastructure placement, chairman tells Senate
“On the telecommunications side, the CRTC requested more jurisdiction over the placement of wireless equipment. The volume of antennae is expected to balloon as telecoms build 5G networks, which will require hundreds of thousands of small cells affixed to office buildings, lampposts, newspaper boxes and bus shelters.
Finding sites for these cells can be tricky due to competing jurisdiction and interests between telecoms, municipalities, provinces and the federal government, Scott said. The CRTC asked for legislative changes that would allow it to resolve disputes over where to put this passive infrastructure.
“The Government of Canada has already acknowledged that shared responsibility over this passive infrastructure presents challenges for the efficient deployment of 5G,” Scott said.”
3) The CRTC is pushing to grant telecoms more liberties, with little or no regulation to ensure that they are not emitting higher radiation levels than allowed by dangerous Safety Code 6 or to protect our privacy and security. While in the US, telecoms have been selling data to anyone, even prison guards.
FCC Plans to Take Action Over Wireless Real-Time Location Data Disclosures
“FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel said on Friday it was a “shame” the FCC took so long to act on what she called reports that “shady middlemen could sell your location within a few hundred meters based on your wireless phone data.” She added, “It’s chilling to consider what a black market could do with this data.”….
Lawmakers last year expressed outrage that aggregators were able to buy user data from wireless carriers and “selling location-based services to a wide variety of companies” and that data could be obtained by bounty hunters and others.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master.” Christian Lous Lange