1) A very interesting website and petition devoted to 5G and 5G cell phones. Specific Anthropomorphic Mannequin (aka SAM) is a head the size of a large man filled with fluid and used to determine the amount of radiation that is emitted by a wireless device, any cell phone, for example. As shown in CBC Marketplace 2017 (https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-march-24-2017-1.4038259/cellphone-in-your-pocket-cbc-s-marketplace-investigates-why-you-might-reconsider-1.4038287 & https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/the-secret-inside-your-phone-by-wendy-mesley-cbc-marketplace-march-24-2017/), the testing is done some distance from the head — supposedly simulating how anyone, even children, would be exposed to RF when using a phone. If you watch the CBC video again, notice how Health Canada states that cell phones are safe enough for children to use them 24/7, even to sleep with them. This statement is still on HC’s website.
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Who Is SAM — We Are Not SAM.
Safety testing for 5G phones is performed on a dummy called SAM !”
2) One New Hampshire community’s planning commission is asking for more information about 5G before approving infrastructure. New Hampshire’s legislature has been trying to get answers to some excellent questions and continues to have a moratorium on 5G. The report by the legislature was included in an update on Oct 30 (https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2020-10-30-new-hampshire-legislature-releases-groundbreaking-report-on-emf-5g-harm/). These are questions our Councils and government should be asking. Answers to these questions can be found at:
5G Calls For Big-Time ‘Due Diligence’
“It is heartening to see the Jamestown Planning Commission has not yet approved an ordinance on 5G infrastructure, and is determined to make an effort to “protect the public health, safety and welfare.”…
The FCC refused to testify before New Hampshire’s inquiry, confirming the State’s view that the FCC is a “captured agency” whose commission members come from the industry they purportedly oversee….
Here are some questions the Legislature asked:
1) Why does the insurance industry recognize wireless radiation as a leading risk and has placed exclusions in their policies not covering damages by the pathological properties of electromagnetic radiation?
2) Why do cell phone manufacturers have in the legal section within the device saying keep the phone at least 5mm from the body? …..
8) Why have the cumulative biological damaging effects of ever-growing numbers of pulse signals…not been explored, especially as the world embraces the Internet of Things, meaning all devices being connected by electromagnetic waves?”
3) From a technical viewpoint, the future of Wi-Fi working with cellular and how they will work together to ensure every space, our inside and outside, is filled with signals for wireless devices, even if we don’t use them.
Wi-Fi 6 and 5G: Friends or Foes?
“Consider the smart phone, which has three radios.” (aka transmitters) “One radio is for outdoor, which is the 5G radio, one is the Wi-Fi radio, and one is a Bluetooth radio. Your Bluetooth radio is like your personal bubble that you carry around as you go from place to place.
If you think about this design, normally customers don’t care whether it’s Wi-Fi or 5G or Bluetooth, what they care about is a seamless experience to be able to run the applications they want. Whether or not these technologies go down a path of convergence is sort of irrelevant, what matters is that they continue to provide that seamless experience to the customer….
An interesting development is that a lot of the operators that have cellular networks are starting to appreciate Wi-Fi networks. In the past, cellular was preferred over Wi-Fi traffic because base stations in the public area are expensive to install and replace. But now the thinking is if you have a lot of WiFi infrastructure, why not use it? So, with a lot of the operators in the world, you know, really embracing Wi-Fi they have changed their tune from saying we deliver internet to your front door and what you do inhouse is your own responsibility. They have adopted the indoor networking experience and are providing a smooth indoor networking experience they consider part of their service.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?” Henry David Thoreau