1) A couple of members have provided me with information about the good work done by the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, about which I had an item in the Aug 15 update. (see 1) https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/2022-08-15-vulnerability-of-power-grids/)
I wonder if this group could help people who are forced to have EMR-emitting devices on their homes even when doctors advise against it, or having Wi-Fi in schools when evidence shows children are so very vulnerable and other means of providing internet access is available and even better (fibre optic cable).
2) As the frequencies used by wireless devices increase (into the milliwave frequencies planned for 5G and 6G), the effect on insects increases dramatically. These reports should be shared widely with agricultural groups and environmental groups of all stripes.
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BEE CULTURE MAGAZINE PUBLISHES TWO ARTICLES ON BEES, WIRELESS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
“Bee Culture Magazine of American Beekeeping has published two articles by Ross Conrad on the impact of electromagnetic fields to bees and pollinators. Ross Conrad is the author of Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture, 2nd Edition and co-author of The Land of Milk and Honey: A history of beekeeping in Vermont.”
“There is a growing body of evidence of harm from wireless non-ionizing radiation such as from cell phones, cell towers, WiFi, and smart meters can harm insects. A 2013 review of 113 studies that found that 70 percent of papers analyzed reported a significant impact of RF-EMF on birds and insects. This suggests an urgent need for more research and repetitions of studies given the fast pace of cellular telephone technological progress. (Cucurachi et. al. 2013)”
“One disturbing study found that when honey bees were exposed to a Samsung F400 mobile phone with a carrier frequency range of 900-1900 MHz, the bee stomach cells became damaged after just 10 minutes of exposure, and were completely decayed after 20 minutes. (Mahmoud and Gabarty 2021) Other observations indicating electromagnetic radiation may cause genetic disorders in drone semen (Kumar et. al. 2012) has the potential to further complicate queen issues.”
3) EH Trust will be hosting a symposium in Wyoming later this month. The events will be recorded and available for those of us who cannot attend.
Avoidable Environmental Health Risks for Children and their Families
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“That which is not good for the bee-hive cannot be good for the bees.” Marcus Aurelius