1) A member has asked me if there were some way she could hear what RF sounds like when you use an RF meter. Most RF meters make noises that vary depending upon the source, e.g. cell phone, cell tower, cordless phone, and the type of meter being used. Rob Metzinger, Safe Living Technologies Inc., has provided the sound of signals when measuring with an HF Analyzer. The various sources are in the right hand column.
Sound Examples of Audio Analysis
2) A very generous offer to take a course about things like 5G or Dirty Electricity. The Institute offers courses that teach people how to identify problems in a homes, schools, offices, etc. such as dirty air or water, or EMR and how to mitigate them.
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3) As we know re. EMR and wireless radiation, the WHO has been unwilling to recognize science or to take any steps to warn the billions of people who use cellphones about the hazards proven by many thousands of studies. Now, WHO is partnering with a software company to connect with cellphone users to provide info re Covid-10 and to “fight misinformation.” This would make it easy for WHO to fight whatever they determine to be “misinformation” about microwave radiation, cellphones, etc. On their current website, it says this:
“A large number of studies have been performed over the last two decades to assess whether mobile phones pose a potential health risk. To date, no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use.“
WHO and Rakuten Viber fight COVID-19 misinformation with interactive chatbot
“WHO’s aim is to reach as many people as possible with reliable health information through innovative digital technology. Information is powerful and can help save lives during this pandemic,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Once subscribed to the WHO Viber chatbot, users will receive notifications with the latest news and information directly from WHO…. Another goal of the partnership is to fight misinformation.“
4) In addition to increasing the amount of EMR in our environment, homes, schools, hospitals, etc. telecoms will use significantly more energy with 5G and most likely their customers will, too –– making it more harmful to our world in so many ways. This is from MTN, a consulting company that works with telecoms directly.
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5G base stations use a lot more energy than 4G base stations: MTN
“A typical 5G base station consumes up to twice or more the power of a 4G base station, writes MTN Consulting Chief Analyst Matt Walker in a new report entitled “Operators facing power cost crunch.” And energy costs can grow even more at higher frequencies, due to a need for more antennas and a denser layer of small cells. Edge compute facilities needed to support local processing and new internet of things (IoT) services will also add to overall network power usage.
Exact estimates differ by source, but MTN says the industry consensus is that 5G will double to triple energy consumption for mobile operators, once networks scale.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“I really wonder what gives us the right to wreck this poor planet of ours.” Kurt Vonnegut