1) Just a couple of weeks ago, a new study was published that shows significant differences in brains of people who are sensitive and of those who are not. Many with EHS cannot tolerate MRIs or brain scans, but this study found that UCTS was tolerated to a greater degree and might provide one of the best diagnostic tools available.
Technical Assessment of Ultrasonic Cerebral Tomosphygmography and New Scientific Evaluation of Its Clinical Interest for the Diagnosis of Electrohypersensitivity and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
“Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) is a new World Health Organization (WHO)-acknowledged disabling condition occurring in EHS self-reporting patients . However, because electromagnetic fields (EMF) exposure was not proven to cause EHS, instead of using the term electrohypersensitivity, it was proposed to use the term “idiopathic environmental intolerance (IEI) attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF)” to qualify this new EHS-Associated pathology . It has been recently reported that, in addition to peripheral blood and urine biomarker detection, ultrasonic cerebral tomosphygmography (UCTS) can be used to diagnose EHS and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS)”
2) Susan Foster has written an excellent response to the Washington Post opinion piece that tried to link the few COVID-19 / 5G conspiracy theorists with the scientists and the real scientific evidence that EMR, all EMR, is dangerous. She challenges the FCC to do its job and protect the public instead of the corporate interests it has served by maintaining the ICNIRP guidelines. We must challenge Health Canada to do its job.
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Whose Conspiracy Is It, Mr. Johnson?—CHD’s Response to FCC General Counsel’s Op-Ed in the Washington Post
” All Mr. Johnson really did is confirm Harvard University’s Center for Ethics’ publication showing that the FCC is a “Captured Agency” that has “overlooked, sacrificed, or raided” “consumer safety, health, and privacy, along with consumer wallets,” “due to unchecked industry influence.”
… concluded that a pan-epidemic of sickness from wireless already exists and “Inaction is a cost to society and is not an option anymore.”
The FCC has made it clear that the cost to society is not its concern. Since 1996, the FCC has blocked efforts against wireless deployment based on health concerns. It is no longer even trying to disguise its bullying tactics to strip long-cherished state and local zoning measures, and it even blocks efforts by those who are already sick to obtain accommodation for their disability.”
3) I happened upon this website which seems to recognize that technology, as it is being used today, is dangerous and this group appears to want to help make it better and safer. In reviewing the various headings, I found areas concerning addiction, especially by children, and cyberbullying but I found nothing re. EMR’s biological effects. They ask for input and suggestions to this work-in-progress and I wrote quite a lengthy comment regarding EMR, the many studies, etc. and suggested they review EHT’s website and speak with Dr. Devra Davis.
Looking at a couple of their funders and members of the board, this appears to be legit so I’ve suggested to a couple of experts that they might consider getting involved with this group, representing the concerns we share as one of the harms to add to their ledger.
Center for Humane Technology: Ledger of Harms
“Under immense pressure to prioritize engagement and growth, technology platforms have created a race for human attention that’s unleashed invisible harms to society. Here are some of the costs that aren’t showing up on their balance sheets.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“When you find yourself on the side of the majority, it it time to pause and reflect.” Mark Twain