1) Someone who has worked on cell towers talks about how many transmitters leak radiation, that measurements and documents are falsified, how dangerous cell towers are physically, etc. It’s all about profit and the lives of their employees or the public exposed to radiation are expendable.
Interview With a Death Tower Whistleblower Part 2
2) Facebook anticipates that new features of its virtual reality device will appeal to people during the pandemic, increasing the time spent gaming and on social media. But studies show that exposure is potentially detrimental, especially to the brains of children (in addition to the radiation from a device being worn right on the head!).
Facebook Uses Pandemic to Capitalize on Virtual Reality (VR) Despite Serious Health Risks and Warnings
“Facebook-owned Oculus announced new social features that will help facilitate casual social interactions in VR. With Public Parties, Oculus users will be able to broadcast their voice call groups to a wider audience, making it easier for other users to join a session in progress….”
New Oculus features will help Facebook deepen VR’s social capabilities
“The basic premise is that, as VR technology advances, users will spend hours participating in virtual societies within virtual worlds, unencumbered by the feeling that they’re online in the traditional sense.
The pandemic presents Facebook with an opportunity to accelerate adoption of VR as a social platform. The new features capitalize on recent changes in consumer behavior, as time spent on both gaming and social media has spiked amid the pandemic.”
Is virtual reality bad for our health? The risks and opportunities of a technology revolution
“If there is a mismatch between the visual information and the hand movements then ‘surprise’ will result, and the human brain will need to adapt if future interactions between vision and action are to maintain their accuracy. The issue is that the process of adaptation may cause difficulties — and these difficulties might be particularly problematic for children as their brains are not fully developed.”
3) Like Canada and the US, the UK government has outdated RF exposure guidelines based on ICNIRP’s which acknowledges thermal heating effects only. The UK’s response to proposed reforms re. 5G sound just like letters we have rec’d from Health Canada.
Government response to the consultation on proposed reforms to permitted development rights to support the deployment of 5G and extend mobile coverage
“20. PHE is familiar with the evidence submitted to the consultation about possible risks to public health and considers that its advice, as set out below, remains unchanged.
21. PHE updated its guidance, published in October 2019, in respect of 5G in ‘5G technologies: radio waves and health’5. PHE summarised its guidance as: “It is possible that there may be a small increase in overall exposure to radio waves when 5G is added to an existing network or in a new area. However, the overall exposure is expected to remain low relative to guidelines and, as such, there should be no consequences for public health.”
22. Some 5G technology will use similar frequencies to existing communications systems. Other 5G technology will work at higher frequencies, where the main change would be less penetration of radio waves through materials.
23. Central to PHE advice is that exposure to radio waves should comply with the guidelines published by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection6 (ICNIRP). In compliance with PHE advice, mobile network operators have committed to follow the ICNIRP guidelines. …
27. PHE is committed to monitoring the evidence applicable to this and other radio technologies, and to revising its advice, should that be necessary.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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