1) Legal Talk is sponsored by AM Best which is in the business of rating the financial security of insurance companies. If an insurer is taking avoidable risks that could jeopardize his credit rating, Best would lower the rating and customers would be more cautious about having their lives, health, property insured by this company. In this interview, this lawyer compares the risk associated with EMR with that of tobacco and asbestos decades ago. There is a 15 min. podcast or a full transcript of an interview.
HOW THE ROLLOUT OF 5G COULD AFFECT INSURANCE CLAIMS
“Attorney Michael Watza of the law firm Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti & Sherbrook discusses potential claims related to radio frequency radiation from cell phones and towers as 5G is rolled out….
If you’re familiar with asbestos or tobacco in particular and you saw how that developed back in the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s I wasn’t a lawyer back then, but I certainly read a lot of the material that was out there– there were these same kinds of growing numbers of studies and warnings that developed into more specific concerns over the course of decades. All that of course then led to massive amounts of litigation.
To my mind, we have the risk, not only of the substantive result in a litigated matter where somebody can prove an injury related to these transmissions, but the other key concern and cost, is the cost of defense because, essentially, everyone across the country could be a plaintiff even if they aren’t specifically named in multiple class actions.”
2) Physical complaints have long been associated with electricity and now with wireless radiation, yet many doctors are totally unaware of it. To this day many sensitive people still are told it’s all in their heads because the doctor cannot find a cause for the person’s suffering.
August Harvest Vs. EMF/RF/5G: 100 Years After FDR; Physical Reactions To Frequencies Are Not An Imaginary Mental Health Issue
“Contemporary environmental scientist, Magda Havas, PhD points out that neurasthenia, was an affliction that became common in the second half of the 1800s among telegraph workers, and then later, among telephone operators.
Today neurasthenia is viewed by physicians such as Dr.Richard N. Fogoros, as a form of dysautonomia, a name for damage to the autonomic nervous system. Thoracic surgeon, Dr. William Rea often diagnosed dysautonomia using functional MRIs (fMRIs) and other methods of testing for his many electrosensitive and electro-chemically injured patients.
Many physicians in the 1800s understood that neurasthenia “was a disease of modern civilization” whether they connected it with new electromagnetic frequencies or not.”
3) I was not aware of this but apparently, one of the promised features of 5G is protection against specific surveillance devices that can eavesdrop on and trace the user. But until the service is complete, 3G and 4G services are being used, and 5G phones are really good to track.
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Another 5G Service Woe: “You’re potentially susceptible to tracking, eavesdropping, and so-called “downgrade attacks”
“A 5G Shortcut Leaves Phones Exposed to Stingray Surveillance
You may not have the full story about what network you’re on—and how well you’re protected.
In North America and many other parts of the world, high-speed 5G mobile data networks dangled just out of reach for years. But as 5G coverage becomes ubiquitous, the rollout comes with an important caveat. Even if your phone says it’s connected to the next-generation wireless standard, you may not actually be getting all of the features 5G promises—including defense against so-called stingray surveillance devices.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi