1) Several models of Apple’s iPhone failed tests done by Dr. Arazi (Phonegate), the Chicago Tribune and Dr. Gandhi, yet when the FCC tested, the radiation emissions were within “safety limits”, whatever that means. Were they in excess of the Safety Code 6 limit? Were these phones provided directly by Apple or did FCC take them off the shelf? No indication that Apple explained or expressed concern about the phones failing independent tests.
Apple Dodges IPhone Radiation Class Action Suit
“A federal judge Thursday nixed a class action claiming Apple failed to warn consumers about dangerous radiation from iPhones, finding it has twice demonstrated that its smartphones comply with the Federal Communications Commission’s radiation exposure limits….
In response to the Tribune’s investigation, the FCC’s lab tested commercially-available iPhones as well as a model iPhone at separation distances of five millimeters, pursuant to federal guidelines, finding they fell well within the safety limits. It published the results of those tests in December 2019.”
2) In today’s webinar hosted by CELA, there was much discussion about the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) and the many recommendations for amendments that have been made to protect both the environment and vulnerable populations. For those who did not listen in, it was recorded and I will share when it is available.
In the meantime, if you haven’t signed this petition already I hope that you will consider doing so. I believe it is possible and necessary to include EMR as one of the highly hazardous substances which must be included and that the Precautionary Principle be implemented.
There are 2 more webinar sessions and information is available at:
Registration is required and can be done at that site.
“We, the undersigned, citizens and residents of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to pass legislation to modernize the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 without delay, to ensure (i) better control of toxic substances — notably, banning highly hazardous substances like carcinogens and reproductive toxicants, addressing cumulative effects and requiring substitution with safer alternatives, and disclosure of chemicals in products through better labelling, (ii) enforceable national air and water quality standards, (iii) protection for vulnerable populations, and (iv) recognition of the human right to a healthy environment.”
3) On November 09, a Zoom meeting to discuss Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) which is closely aligned with EHS, both being induced by the environment. The speaker is a doctor of environmental medicine:
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Online education and support meeting via Zoom
The next online zoom meeting will be held in November. Details are as follows:
Title: Introduction to MCS: The Journey – part 2
Speaker: John Molot, MD
Moderator and translator: Michel Gaudet
When: November 9, 2020
Start time: 7 pm EST (please be present before 7 pm) (4:00 PST)
Register in advance for this meeting at:
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.” Isaac Asimov