1) A reminder about an international webinar to address the proliferation of 5G. Speakers and topics are at the link below. Registration is required. Very informative website.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A WEBINAR TO PROMOTE THE EUROPEAN CITIZENS’ INITIATIVE STOP5G PROJECT
Sunday, July 17th, 6:00 pm UK time, 10:00 am Pacific Time.
“Safe Tech International is hosting a webinar to help “get the word out” about this critical and potentially life-changing Appeal, and to ensure the 27 European countries, who collaborated on this effort, reach their goal of 1,000,000 signatures by March, 2023.” (To sign, use https://signstop5g.eu/)
Please, forward – to everyone you know – and share as widely as ever possible! Please forward especially to anyone with an EU residency or citizenship ASAP, asking them to sign and share.
2) An update of a major work from the 1980s, available now in several languages. According to Dr. Louis Slesin:
“In the process, Butler takes aim at ICNIRP, which he calls “an immoral group of scientists who knowingly distort scientific truth to protect industry interests over the public good.””
The MW Debate Continues —in Norwegian
Forty Years Later, Not Much Has Changed A Challenge to ICNIRP
3) Katie Singer’s July newsletter with a couple of very interesting articles.
Our Web of Inconvenient Truths – July 2022 newsletter from Katie Singer
“Whatever happens in our society (i.e., women of childbearing age have menstrual cycles) now intersects with digitalization. Here is my piece, “Reproductive health in a digital era:” ”
“Options for ratepayers who expect electricity 24/7when we aim to live within our means
What can electric utilities and ratepayers do to prevent rolling blackouts?”
4) From a member who spotted something about Telus that is new to me. According to the article below, it was implemented in 2018 — the very time when there was such a push for microcells, with Telus putting these transmitters on poles outside many homes, to better gather and track data. On the map, large sections of BC and all of Alberta have been covered.
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“I was looking at the Telus maps https://www.telus.com/en/mobility/network/coverage-map and saw a new network name called LTE – M
It said it’s for 5G IoT…Internet of Things…. so i looked it up, apparently its been around since 2018 ”
TELUS ushers in next generation of IoT connectivity with LTE-M network
Purpose-built, 5G-ready LTE-M network is available today across Canada
“The TELUS LTE-M network delivers a strong wireless connection to IoT devices while requiring minimal power for each transmission, helping to prolong the battery life of connected devices. This is crucial for large-scale IoT deployments and devices located in remote areas as it saves time and maintenance resources while increasing device uptime. Whether it is a sensor in a farmer’s field to measure precise rainfall accumulation or a mobile tracking device that reports the location of a shipping container as it crosses the country, the TELUS LTE-M network provides secure, reliable connectivity for IoT deployments of any size.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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