1) A new study from Brazil reports that the higher the EMF exposure level, the higher the rate of cancer mortality. In cities where there were many cell transmitters close to residences, the mortality rate was the highest for all types of cancers but especially for breast, cervix, lung, and esophagus cancers. The rates were highest within 500 meters of the towers.
Due to the years of the study, it is safe to assume the transmitters were 2G, 3G and 4G. Microcells with 4G and 5G transmitters will be within a few meters of our homes, schools and workplaces.
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The Effect of Continuous Low-Intensity Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields from Radio Base Stations to Cancer Mortality in Brazil
The balance of our results indicates that the exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from an RBS increases the rate of mortality by all cancers and specifically by breast, cervix, lung, and esophageal cancers. These conclusions are based on the fact that the findings of this study indicate that, the higher the RBS radiofrequency exposure, the higher the cancer mortality rate, especially for cervix cancer… The spatial analysis showed that the highest RBS radiofrequency exposure was observed in a city located in the southern region of Brazil, which also showed the highest mortality rate for all types of cancer and specifically for lung and breast cancers.
Environmental pollution caused by nonionizing electromagnetic fields increases continuously. The location of RBSs is still a controversial field with regard to their regulation. There are numerous RBSs installed in residential areas, including on their roofs. Some epidemiological studies indicate an increased risk of cancer close to RBSs.”
2) Industry is going to hide 5G microcells so people won’t know they are there, in parks looking like trash cans or in benches where kids can be playing or sitting. This is extremely dangerous and immediate regulations must be established to prevent these things to be within a set distance from where people spend time. It’s bad enough for them to be on street poles outside our homes; now we won’t know if we are sitting on them.
5G Deployments Demand Improved Small Cell Camouflage
“5G small cell sites are already appearing on busy city streets, historic sites and neighborhoods, co-existing on lighting poles and within other forms of street furniture on rights of ways to maximize coverage….
With one or more small cell sites destined for virtually every block, how can antennas hide in plain sight, without blocking the crucial radio waves? Fortunately, a new concealment material called InvisiWave is now available that can completely conceal 5G radios with minimal signal loss…
Or, the electronics can be hidden in an enclosure, up to 20 feet away, engineered to look nearly identical to other trash cans in the vicinity, such as the ones Raycap has manufactured for various park sites. The enclosure, measuring 46-inches tall and 28-inches in diameter, inhabits the bottom, while the top section can be used for trash.”
From a fellow concerned citizen in California, re. https://ucsdguardian.org/2021/01/17/uc-provides-research-grant-to-support-campus-network-honeybee-research/ which was in the Jan. 27 update [2) – https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2021-01-27-apple-warns-keep-iphone12-6-12-inches-away-from-medical-devices/].
From: Lauren Ayers (name given with permission)
Date: Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 1:11 PM
Subject: Pollinator Research — taking the invisible into account
To: Boris Baer <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Elina L. Niño <email@example.com>, Erin Wilson-Rankin <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Houston Wilson <email@example.com>, Hyoseung Kim <firstname.lastname@example.org>, James Nieh <email@example.com>, Jessica Purcell <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Kerry Mauck <email@example.com>, Monique J. Rivera <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Vassilis Tsotras <email@example.com>
Hello Bee Researchers,
Thank you for your work to better understand pollinators!
Of course, we humans are far too sophisticated to communicate via waggle dancing! For us humans, the epitome of communication is cell phones, which we like love to have with us at all times.
Related to the Precautionary Principle, here’s a question for you:
What do you think about the documented negative impact of cell phones/antennas and WiFi on our 6-legged essential agricultural partners?
Attached, please find 35 citations related to insects, including 10 specifically about bees. https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/EMF-Bees-fruit-flies-ants-etc-impacts-of-microwave-tech-35-Insect-related-References-EKLIPSE-Project-EU-2020.pdf or tinyurl.com/yo2b6mpe Perhaps these will not meet your standards, but I feel it’s my duty, as a fan of insects (even mosquitoes, because trout depend on their larvae), to make sure you’re taking electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) into account in your work.
The other attachment explains why most Americans have no idea of the hazards of microwave technologies. https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Dilbert-Wireless-Tech-Hazards-Solutions-for-Schools-by-Safe-School-Tech-January-22-2021-SST-DILBERT-8-1-22-21-.pdf or tinyurl.com/jj673b1w As a retired teacher, my concern has been children’s health in a WiFi-rich learning environment, whether it’s at school or at home. I compiled the Safe School Tech (SST) document for my fellow teachers, as well as for parents and administrators, to answer questions such as:
· Aren’t microwaves from cell phones and antennas too weak to penetrate our skin?
· Wouldn’t our government regulatory agencies tell us if wireless tech was hazardous?
· What are some solutions so that we can still have fast access to the internet?
If these 9th graders can investigate the effects of microwave tech, then surely it’s worth you giving it a quick look, even though you’d likely face serious blowback if you attempted any research: https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_industryweapons278.htm
Capay Valley, CA
P.S. Regarding the second question, all the details are in Norm Alster’s 62-page report from Harvard’s Center for Ethics, “Captured Agency— How the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Is Dominated by the Industries It Presumably Regulates,” 2015, http://www.stayonthetruth.com/resources/Norm_Alster/capturedagency_alster.pdf
Once he discovered the problems with wireless, Alster polled cell phone users and found that they would take more precautions if they knew of the risks.
I’ve gone from being a trusting tax payer to being a squinty-eyed cynic about regulatory agencies, which reminds me of Edmund Burke advice:
“There is no safety for honest men but by believing all possible evil of evil men.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” Albert Einstein