1) For many years, the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) has maintained that wireless radiation is safe. Recently, they seem to be acknowledging concerns that independent scientists have raised for decades.
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Electromagnetic Radiation due to Cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies: How safe are we?
People should be made aware that the EMR from using day to day cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices are harmful to human health. The levels of radiation observed in most cases such as phone calls, internet browsing on laptops and smartphones, using wireless routers and hotspots, Bluetooth smartwatches and smartphones are unsafe when compared with radiation limits determined by medical bodies. According to current medical literature, various adverse health effects from exposure to RF EMR have been well documented. For now, wireless technologies must be avoided as much as possible. New and innovative wired solutions which provide the same level of user-friendliness should be encouraged. Intervention of government and medical bodies with the main purpose of protecting human health is of utmost necessity to ensure good economic development without compromising the health of the population. Countries must adopt the guidelines suggested by medical bodies which take into account both thermal and non-thermal effects of EMR. At present, all individuals must take preventive and protective measures to protect themselves from harmful EMR exposure.”
From Dr. Joel Moskovitz:
“Radio frequency exposure guidelines
The FCC exposure limits for the general public range from 2 million microwatts per square meter (at 30 megahertz frequency) to 10 million microwatts per square meter (at 1,500 megahertz or higher) which is equivalent to 0.2 – 1 milliwatt per square centimeter.
The ICNIRP guidelines adopted by more than 50 countries allow from 4 million (at 800 megahertz frequency) to 10 million microwatts per square meter (at 2,000 megahertz or higher).
In contrast …
The Building Biology guidelines consider less than 0.1 microwatt per square meter to be of “no concern”; from 0.1 to 10 microwatts per square meter, “slight concern”; from 10 to 1000 microwatts per square meter, “severe concern”; and more than 1000 microwatts per square meter, “extreme concern.”
The BioInititative’s precautionary action level for chronic exposure to pulsed radiofrequency radiation is 3 to 6 microwatts per square meter.”
For comparison Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 guidelines reduced in 2015 are 1.6 million microwatts per squared meter for 30 Mhz frequency up to 10 million microwatts per square meter for 6000 Mhz (6 GHz) and higher.
2) A recent study found significant differences between the brains of people who are addicted to their cell phones and those who are not.
Brain Scans Reveal Structural Differences In People With “Smart Phone Addiction”
“Children entering into the world today are being birthed into a sea of technology that their parents never grew up with. As a result, we don’t really know the long-term consequences these technologies could have on these generations as they age. Preliminary research, however, is already showing significant cause for concern, and one of the latest examples comes from a study published in the journal Addictive Behaviours via German researchers.”
Imagine what the brain scans of children using iPads as toddlers will be.
Internet addiction disorder affecting toddlers | 60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyMqljINR74 (13:14 min.)
3) Experts have warned that 5G will be an “energy hog”, but another concern is that the wireless devices already used by billions of people for many hours each day are emitting huge amounts of CO2 into the environment. It is anticipated that 5G will increase the number of wireless devices dramatically.
Please share this with your friends who are concerned about climate change and the environment.
Using a smartphone for one hour a day ‘produces as much CO2 as FOUR domestic flights’
“You might assume that smartphones are good news for the environment, reducing people’s reliance on paper and helping to cut transport emissions.
But using your smartphone for just an hour per day produces more carbon dioxide over the course of a year than two return flights from London to Glasgow, according to new research.”
4) A presentation at “2020 Expert Forum: Wireless and Cellphone Radiation and Public Policy” in February about various frequencies, explaining cell phone radiation levels vs. cell tower emissions, at different frequencies. At one point, he explains why higher frequencies (e.g. milliwaves at 20 GHz) are more dangerous than the industry admits or previously thought.
Preliminary Report on Ambient Field Exposures.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRCiDEeTR2A (28 min.)
From a member in Alberta who moved the smeter during a renovation. If anyone wishes to connect with this person, let me know. She has offered her contact info.
“We simply told the electric company we wanted to move it, and where we’d like to move it to . Got this approved. We installed the 6″x6″ pole, we dug the trench ourselves and laid the wire in the hole, and hired an electrician to hook it up at the pole and to the meter and then to our panel inside of our home .
The trench was about 3 ft. deep, we rented the machine that did the digging ourselves $200 and a day of playing with it. The pole is about 60 ft. from our home 6×6 post that we already had for a lattice for the garden. We laid the wire ourselves $800 (for the product) for this. Then we hired an electrician to hook up the meter end and the panel in our home $250. Another incentive, other than to get the smeter off of the house, was that all of our services tv, phone, elec were entering our home via over head from a pole in the back yard. We did a huge home renovation and these wires had to gooo 🙂 ”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance.” Samuel Johnson