1) An excellent interview by Andre Fauteux with a scientist who has been studying milliwaves for more than 30 years. He covers many aspects but of great interest to me was the discussion about how DNA is damaged by both microwave and millwave technology (~25 min. point). This is something that bent scientists and industry refute, saying no DNA damage is done by these frequencies. Dr. Belyaev also explains that milliwave biological damage is not limited to the surface of bodies (skin, eyes, etc.) but, rather, it is believed that they can travel deep into the body via acupuncture meridians (~34 min. point). Because of this, milliwaves could be more damaging and dangerous than microwaves, yet 5G is being implemented throughout every neighbourhood, near homes, schools, hospitals. He also speaks about how some frequencies appear to not cause harm but minor variations can cause significant effects. If industry used only those “safe” frequencies, devices like phones might be safe (or at least safer.)
Igor Belyaev, expert on mm-wave health effects since 1986
2) Huge coverage by orbitting 5G base stations emitting beam signals. No indication of the RF level that reaches its target on earth — it’s strong enough for 3-way video calls.
Tech company announces it “successfully tested 5G beamed to Earth from 45,000 feet”; signal maintained for five hours
“Engineers connected a 5G base station, airborne antenna, and retail mobile devices during the test. The antenna projected a 5G signal to an area of 450 square kilometers (173.75 square miles), said the company. They conducted three-way video calls between the land-based test site, a mobile device operated from a boat and a 950 km (590.3 miles) distant control site….
Stratospheric Platforms is presently developing a lightweight composite pilotless fixed-wing aircraft called the Stratomast. The platform carries a phased-array antenna with 20 kilowatts of power. The Stratomast will be able to fly for one week without refueling, according to the company, blanketing up to 140 km (87 miles) with coverage. The company said the antenna works with all current and future standards. Beam coverage can be formed to match specific shapes – to conform to motorways, canals, or shipping lanes, for example.”
3) Cece Doucette and the people she works with have done so much great work that could help us. She is asking if we could help by showing our appreciation to the Pittsfield Board of Health via the local newspaper, the Berkshire Eagle. Full info is provided below. And perhaps cc’ing your local Council to let them know about this major, precedent-setting action taken.
Let’s Send Our Thanks !
“If you can take two minutes, please send a quick note of gratitude to the Berkshire Eagle editors, thanking the Pittsfield Board of Health for voting unanimously to issue a cease and desist order to Verizon for the cell tower harming the community.
This is a groundbreaking legal action and takes a lot of courage!
Include a few words about why you care and any safe technology successes you’ve had in your area! ”
4 ) From Katie Singer’s March newsletter:
Filmmaker Julia Barnes recently taped me giving a brief overview about the Internet’s hidden costs:
Julia Barnes’ fantastic documentary, “Bright Green Lies,” based on the book by Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith and Max Wilbert, about how the environmental movement lost its way and what we can do about it, is available at:
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.” Thomas Jefferson