1) 5G microcells have been deployed in Calgary. Full technical details and manual are available below and indicate the frequencies are 2.4-5.8 GHz, not in the millimeter range.
5G WIRELESS WHITEBOX DEPLOYMENT
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2) Pennsylvanians for Safe Technology challenge the California Public Utilities Commission’s goals for AV vehicles. These goals include expanding benefits for disabled persons (What about people who suffer EHS?) and reduce greenhouse emissions. More wireless devices are energy hogs and increase toxic emissions. There are some interesting footnotes, which include a new insurance exclusion at footnote 27 which includes T-Mobile’s statement that the telecom industry considers microwave radiation a toxic pollutant and is excluded from the phone’s insurance policy.
RE: Proceeding 12-12-011, Proposed Decision of Commissioner Shiroma Decision Authorizing Deployment of Drivered and Driverless Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Service
“The CPUC regulations for AVs that would allow yet another ubiquitous source of RF-Microwave radiation to pollute CA streets is a nonstarter, because such regulation would render access to those public streets inaccessible to EMS Californians. Instead, AVs, will need to rely on on-board technology that could operate independently from RF microwave radiation from external wireless infrastructure antennas. AVs like that exist today.
In addition, AVs must shield any internal RF-Microwave radiation from emitting from the vehicle to not ruin the quiet enjoyment of streets on which they are traveling. Therefore, back to the drawing board is where CPUC regulations “Authorizing Deployment of Drivered and Driverless Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Service” must go. The CPUC has not completed sufficient due diligence with respect to the rights of EMS Californians.…
Insurance Companies such as Lloyds of London, AM Best and Swiss Re specifically exclude claims of illness, injury or death from RF microwave radiation in their general liability policies 24 25 The Swiss Re Institute in its 2019 SONAR Report on emerging risks described 4G/5G mobile wireless as an “off the leash risk” with significant adverse impacts expected to people and property….
The telecommunications industry also acknowledges that RF microwave radiation is a toxic pollutant and a liability for their continued operations. T-Mobile’s Premium Handset Protection Insurance Warranty 27 states, on pages 11-13, that non-ionizing radiation is considered a pollutant and is an excluded from damage. In addition, Verizon’s 2020 Annual Report declares,
“Our wireless business faces personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits relating to alleged health effects of wireless phones or radio frequency transmitters. We may incur significant expenses in defending these lawsuits. In addition, we may be required to pay significant awards or settlements.” 28“
3) A very thought-provoking article by Kate Kheel about the many ways we are destroying marine life, all for the sake of this wireless world that is being developed. Profit at any price …..
Oceans, Technology, and a New Era
“An “all-things-wirelessly-connected world” requires huge quantities of rare earth minerals (REM) – aka, rare earth elements (REE), rare earth metals, or often referred to simply as rare earths. There are three primary sources of rare earth minerals in the ocean: 1. Poly-metallic nodules, found in abyssal plains; 2. Cobalt-rich crusts on seamounts; and 3. Mineral deposits in and around hydrothermal vents….
The deep sea houses the largest eco-system on the planet and is home to millions of species, some of which are yet to be discovered. Scientists warn that trawling the ocean floor for rare earths could potentially destroy these eco-systems and decimate entire species of marine animals. Bulky remote-controlled “bull-dozers” are used to extract poly-metallic nodules. These vehicles dredge the seabed churning up the first 10 centimeters of the ocean floor, and displacing or killing the fauna that live on or around these nodules.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“For in the true nature of things, if we rightly consider, every green tree is far more glorious than if it were made of gold and silver.” Martin Luther