1) Just the latest critical review of the FDA report on the scientific evidence re. RF and cancer between 2008-2018. Of course, the conclusion was that there was no reason to change the limits that are about 25 years old and based on heating. The author is well qualified, and his qualifications can be found at:
Victor Leach of ORSAA: Critical review of the FDA 2020 Report
“While the FDA report purports to be a scientific assessment, it falls short in many respects. I conclude that this is just another political report trying to justify the rollout of further wireless technology. We are rolling out wireless 5G technologies without pre-market health testing and this is an unethical experiment on large population groups and the environment.”
Review of Published Literature between 2008 and 2018 of Relevance to Radiofrequency Radiation and Cancer by the FDA U.S. Food & Drug Administration – February 2020
2) The 5G Crisis Summit is online and FREE from June 1-7, 2020. Register Now:
3) Canadian government is pushing to get wireless into rural areas now, “accelerating” pace of moving forward with “investments” that will provide economic benefits down the road. BC is accepting applications for new projects.
Federal government to accelerate rural broadband funds: Monsef
“The federal government will speed up its rural broadband funding in response to COVID-19, with details to be announced shortly, according to Maryam Monsef, minister for women and gender equality and rural economic development.
Monsef told The Wire Report in an interview Wednesday that she has been hearing from rural municipalities about “how we can move forward with an accelerated pace of our investments, and we will have more to announce on that soon.”
That includes potentially increasing the overall government funding for connecting rural and remote areas, she said, adding “all options are on the table right now.” …
Bell is now among the companies who have announced they plan to speed up some rollouts in response to COVID-19. It announced last week it will be delivering [https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/bell-accelerating-rural-internet-rollout-in-response-to-covid-19-860058917.html] its fixed wireless internet to some 137,000 more homes than it had planned to by this point, while Telus Corp. [https://www.bctechnology.com/news/2020/4/16/TELUS-Investing-3.5-Billion-in-Alberta-in-2020-as-Part-of-16-Billion-Multi-Year-Investment.cfm] said in mid-April it will expedite some capital investments in Alberta, which will include rural broadband. Xplornet Communications Inc. [https://www.xplornet.com/about/news/category/2020-press-release/] is also accelerating its network investments, spokesman James Maunder said in a phone interview.
The British Columbia government has added a new stream to its $100-million Connecting British Columbia Program in response to the pandemic, accepting applications for projects that can be implemented immediately to upgrade networks and expand bandwidth and coverage.
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Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” Aldous Huxley