sorry that item #2 yesterday didn’t have a working link. Here it is: https://ehtrust.org/scientific-research-on-5g-and-health/
1) Dr. Arazi and Phonegate have succeeded in getting 2 more cell phones sanctioned because of their excessive RF emissions. Many of these overly dangerous phones are still on the market in North America and, as far as I know, neither ISED nor Health Canada have any plans to test or to provide labels to warn people about the dangers of holding a cell phone anywhere near the body.
Two New Smartphones from Xiaomi and Gigaset pinned
“Two new smartphones have just been sanctioned for exceeding the SAR level: the Xiaomi Redmi 7 and the Gigaset plus. This is a new advance in our alert action!
However, we have been waiting since last October for the Government to deliver on its promise to update the excessive SAR levels of several hundred mobile phone models. We demand that the commitments made following the recommendations of the French National Health Agency (ANSES) be fulfilled.
The Covid19 crisis does not justify such a delay. The Phonegate scandal is also a real health emergency!
See here the list of the 23 smartphones sanctioned to date:
See also the list of hundreds of models awaiting government intervention :
2) Verizon says it’s going live in 35 centers with milliwave 5G service as of today using a laptop that requires 9 antennae.
Verizon offers 5G PC from Lenovo with new 5G device data plan
“The Flex 5G is available in the U.S. from Verizon starting June 18.
Lenovo’s Flex 5G PC (known as the Yoga in other countries) supports millimeter wave and sub-6 GHz 5G connectivity. That means it can tap Verizon’s millimeter wave 5G network that currently uses 28 GHz spectrum, as well as support for 37/39 GHz recently purchased at auction, and the carrier’s anticipated low-band 5G network once that’s rolled out later this year. The laptop also supports a wide range of LTE bands, so users can fall back to 4G if a 5G signal isn’t available….
5G connectivity also demands a much stronger antenna system than a traditional laptop connecting via W-Fi and the Flex 5G required nine built-in antennae to ensure a solid data stream flow.”
3) I have no information on this documentary other than what is provided below.
“CHILDREN: ScreenStrong—Families Managing MediaLike Page
June 13 at 4:20 PM · JUNE 22nd – 8 PM EST
Join us for a private film screening & live discussion with filmmaker Jon Hyatt, Melanie Hempe, Collin Kartchner (#savethekids), and Dr. Hilarie Cash!
From smartphones, tablets and social media, the tech industry has designed fun immersive technologies that have changed the way we communicate and interact with each other—but are these devices good for us?
Screened Out is a feature-length documentary exploring how these platforms and devices have fundamentally changed the way we communicate and operate in the world.
RSVP to our event (on this page) then register using the event link here:
4) In New Jersey, a local politician is expressing concern about health effects associated with 5G. Where are our politicians??
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Holley Calls for Commission to Study 5G Safety
“Assemblyman Jamel Holley (D-20thDist.) is calling for the creation of a state commission to study the many unknown health effects of the next generation of wireless technologies, which are steadily expanding throughout New Jersey.
The wireless industry is engaged in the large scale deployment of 5G microwave antennas to dramatically enhance the nation’s broadband infrastructure. Such technology is welcomed, as it eliminates rural internet disparities, enables new forms of automation, and promotes advancements in telemedicine.
However, there are deep concerns about potential health effects within New Jersey communities, Assemblyman Holley said. 5G technology uses existing technology and new applications of microwave radiation to transmit large amounts of data. It requires closer proximity to network users, resulting in dense deployment of antennas near schools, residences, and businesses throughout New Jersey.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack.” Winston Churchill