1) On Monday, during her presentation, Dr. Pri Bandara’s computer was hacked and her slides were removed before the live audience. As she said, this shows how the information about 5G, wireless and the health effects they cause is being stifled. She returns after the hack to speak to the attacks on independent science and scientists that have occurred to silence the truth about wireless radiation.
World Council for Health General Assembly Meeting on 5G Health Impacts Disrupted
“This is not the first time the World Council for Health has been targeted and it certainly won’t be the last. While it was not widely publicized at the time, our Twitter account was banned from the platform shortly after its creation despite never having posted a tweet.
We vow to do everything in our power to protect our infrastructure so free speech and science can continue to be shared and open-minded professionals can continue to collaborate.”
2) A member just found that an excellent documentary is available online for free. Please share with your friends and family.
Generation Zapped (Dangers of Wireless Technology)
“A thought provoking documentary about the potential health dangers associated to overexposure to wireless technologies.”
3) In 2002, IARC classified ELF (extremely low frequency) magnetic fields as 2B (possibly carcinogenic) due to an association between fields produced by power lines and leukemia in children. A current review of evidence confirms a relationship with ELF fields from every day things, such as alarm clocks and electric blankets. EHT provides the total abstract followed by ways to reduce exposure. A prime one that we all should consider is to remove or shut off all electrical devices near beds (this, of course, is in addition to not having anything wireless in the bedroom, or even better, in the entire home). Battery-operated clocks and flashlights work well and are safe.
NEW SYSTEMATIC REVIEW: MAGNETIC ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ASSOCIATED WITH CHILDHOOD CANCER- LEUKEMIA
“… these results and ours suggest that “bedside” electric clocks and alarm clocks that generate magnetic fields higher than 0.4 μT at close distance should be located at least 1 m away from the bed of the child…
Prolonged exposure to electric appliances that generate magnetic fields higher than 0.4 µT like electric blankets is associated with a more elevated risk of childhood leukemia. The distance from power lines linked to leukemia is difficult to determine but living more than 200 m away from power lines is likely a safe distance for children not associated with a higher leukemia risk.”
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Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“People think computers will keep them from making mistakes. They’re wrong. With computers you make mistakes faster.” Adam Osborne