1) A newly published study done in Spain looked at radiation levels inside the home as well as outside, looking at peak (maximum) levels only, not averages. It was found that most exposures were from cell towers, even those as far as 200 meters away. One of the purposes of this was to determine a baseline for exposure levels pre-5G. Frequencies and maximum readings are provided and I suggest you compare to what is considered acceptable by Safety Code 6:
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What is the radiation before 5G? A correlation study between measurements in situ and in real time and epidemiological indicators in Vallecas, Madrid
“The main objective of this study is to find a possible relationship, if any, between exposure to RF – EMFs with some health indicators such as sleep, headache and fatigue collected through surveys, using maximum electromagnetic radiation peak-to-peak measurements, without averaging values, in situ and in real – time through a spectrum analyzer and an isotropic antenna….
In view of the results obtained, we can determine the existence of a relationship between the intensity of the electromagnetic radiation received and the change in some health indicators such as headaches, the presence and frequency of dizziness, number of hours a person sleeps daily, the presence of nightmares and tiredness, so it affects sleep parameters and other pathologies such as headaches, dizziness and tiredness. (pg. 6) …
The measured intensity depends fundamentally on the direction of the fundamental radiation beam and not so much on the distance to the antenna. In the beam direction, differences are found in the presence of pathologies with respect to distances, when these are greater than 200 m. Even at this distance, the population continues to receive radiation peaks, so that no one is free from exposure to these radiation sources.”
2) Dr. Don Maisch has noticed significant similarities between the unknown neurological cluster in New Brunswick and symptoms reported by those exposed to EMF from cell towers and smeters.
Mystery neurological illness cluster New Brunswick, Canada
New Brunswick Cluster of Neurological Syndrome of Unknown Cause
Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, New Brunswick
“The Province of New Brunswick is collaborating with local and national subject matter experts and health-care providers to investigate a group of individuals who are experiencing signs and symptoms of a neurological syndrome of unknown cause (NSUC).
At this time, the investigation is active and ongoing to determine if there are similarities among the reported cases that can identify potential causes for this syndrome, and to help identify possible strategies for prevention. The investigation team is exploring all potential causes including food, environmental and animal exposures….
NOTE: What is interesting with the above symptoms is that they are very similar to symptoms reported in people who were sleeping in close proximity to smart meter radiofrequency emissions. Ref: Lamech F, “Self-Reporting of Symptom Development From Exposure to Radiofrequency Fields of Wireless Smart Meters in Victoria”.
3) A member sent this notice of agenda items on Vancouver’s City Council’s agenda. At tomorrow’s (Wed., May 19) meeting, a report will be presented re. new LED lights that could serve as part of the “smart city” grid, gathering data surreptitiously. In other cities, there have been complaints about privacy being invaded and concerns about cybersecurity.
We have to remind those making decisions that every new wireless device provides an entry point for attacks or hacking. These 5G tracking devices would be in addition to the microcells that will be installed along every street. Hopefully, some good presentations can persuade the Council that there are real problems and few benefits.
LED luminaires and intelligent street light control system: Privacy/security/budget concerns ($18 million contract 19-May-2021)
“On May 19, 2021 (Wednesday) City Council will hear a report from staff entitled “Contract Award for Supply and Delivery of LED Luminaries and Intelligent Street Light Controls System.” (See Agenda Item #1 at this link.)
This relates to the 44,000 high pressure sodium (HPS) “cobra head” style street lights (referred to as “luminaires” – note that some of the City documents seems to misspell this as “luminaries”) that brighten our neighbourhoods and streets every night. The City plans to replace them over time with energy-efficient LED lights, and anticipates “a control system may also support emerging Smart City/Smart Grid enabled solutions….
Noting articles on the Internet about cities that have halted the rollout of “smart lighting” due to privacy and security concerns, we would feel more comfortable if an independent watchdog like the BC Civil Liberties Association had this topic on their radar, and independent review and monitoring systems in place to protect civil liberties. Could such a system down the road be used for public surveillance? In both the short and long term, what are the risks to the public? Risks to privacy? What are the risks of cyber attacks? Who can we count on to be looking after all of these issues?”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein