1) Some of you already have had Telus replace your copper line phone with the fibre-based one, which requires an ONT (Optical Network Terminal) that converts the optical signal (fiber) to the electrical one that is used by your computer, etc. The most common ones being used are by Nokia or Alcatel.
I would really appreciate it if you could give me the FCC ID number along with the brand and any model info that will be on this device. Please send to:
firstname.lastname@example.org with “FCC ID” on the subject line.
2) Dr. Arazi and his Phonegate team have found much influence by, and biases toward, the industry which could explain the bewildering results of the long-term study regarding cell phone use and brain tumours in kids. Drs. Moskowitz and Hardell provide detailed errors and examples of cherry-picking that explain the conclusion that cell phone radiation has no relationship with brain tumours and, in fact, may even prevent health problems in some. Industry for sure will use this biased/bent report to “reassure” their customers that their wireless products are perfectly safe. The criticism by both this report and Phonegate’s findings must be used to refute these claims.
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MOBI-KIDS: Childhood Brain Tumor Risk & Mobile Phone Use Study
A critical analysis of the MOBI-Kids study of wireless phone use in childhood and adolescence and brain tumor risk
“The MOBI-Kids results are not biologically plausible and indicate that the study was flawed due to methodological problems.”
https://www.saferemr.com/2013/05/mobi-kids-childhood-brain-tumor-risk.html – Abstract
https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/reveh-2022-0040/html – Report by Dr. Moskowitz and Dr. Hardell
3) One of our original members reported loss of TV, phone and internet over the weekend. This person is very knowledgeable about wireless radiation and has nothing in his home that is wireless. Telus was scheduled to come on Tuesday to make repairs but, on Monday, he noticed that his previously fully wired modem had its Wi-Fi light on. Telus had turned his Wi-Fi on remotely without telling him.
Shaw has done this with me, so it’s critical for all of us to periodlcally check to ensure that the Wi-Fi has not been activated without our asking. Look at what Telus is promoting. When dealing with any of these companies, you must demand that Wi-Fi be disabled – and double check while the installers are working and after. No surprise — but they care about your health.
Future-proofing your home with TELUS
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas.” Marie Curie