1) More cell towers and transmitters are being erected and installed every day in preparation for the 5G grid. Many transmitters are being installed on existing structures so, according to ISED policy, no one has to be told. We are being exposed without our Councils or us being told, without any permit. A free tutorial is being offered to teach you how to know where transmitters are, which is the first step in protecting yourself and your family.
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Free EMF Tutorial to Help you Find the 5G Celltower Locations Near You
“This 30 minute online public training, being offered January 6th through 16th by EMF Expert Founder, Electrical Engineer Chris Young, will help you learn where the 5G tower locations are, how to understand what important information they tell you, and what you need to know about them to be safer.
Subscribe to the EMF Medical Conference 2021 Free eNewsletter (find the subscriber request box at the bottom of the emfconference2021.com homepage), to learn more about the upcoming 5G tutorial January 6-16 2021, and how to register for this popular free webinar.
The EMF Medical Conference 2021 Free eNewsletter will also provide you with news of many other conference freebies being held in the coming weeks leading up to the live online Conference (Jan 28-31, 2021).”
2) In Indiana, the telecoms are doing the same thing Telus is doing, putting microcells on poles right outside homes without telling anyone or getting permission.
Hoosiers Fight Against 5G Towers near Homes
“Hoosier homeowners are fighting for the right to approve where 5G towers are put up in Indiana. Some are being placed just feet away from homes.
“Right in our yard, they put this big ugly box at the base of it that probably takes up two by three feet,” explained Katy Schluge, who lives in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood in Indianapolis.
Without her consent or notice, Verizon installed a 5G tower about 17 feet away from where Schluge’s youngest son sleeps.
“He’s been having headaches more frequently, it just worries me that it’s so close to my kid’s bedrooms,” said Schluge….
Still, there’s nothing she can do about it. Indiana law protects companies when it comes to installing these towers. State Sen. J.D. Ford is filing a bill to give the public more say about where 5G structures can go.
“You can’t just sit back and not do anything about it,” said Ford. “I’ve been hearing from constituents on a regular basis about the 5G towers going up in their neighborhoods.”
3) I believe this webinar is free and appears to be one that some of us should attend. What problems do the industry people identify and what solutions are they working on? It’s on Jan. 28, 8:00 am PST, 1 hour long.
The Pursuit of a Sustainable 5G — The Experts Take
“A recent report by InterDigital and ABI Research reveals the energy consumption of the wireless industry is poised to grow a staggering 160% by 2030. Unlike previous wireless generations, the expected ubiquity and flexibility, and subsequent energy demands, of 5G make it a blessing and a curse for an industry bracing for a burgeoning environmental impact. Tackling one of our industry’s greatest environmental challenges to enable 5G’s looming potential will require contributions and solutions from across the supply chain and network infrastructure to make our wireless future as sustainable as possible.
This webinar will feature diverse expert perspectives from around the wireless ecosystem to identify the emerging challenges, and some unexpected new solutions, on the path to enjoy a more sustainable 5G and wireless future.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor.” Henry David Thoreau