1) Great news from Cece Doucette. Progress continues to be made in the New England states of the USA.
ADDRESS WIRELESS RADIATION!
“Sincere gratitude to New Hampshire’s House Science, Technology and Energy Committee for continuing
to blaze the trail for safe technology!
This bi-partisan vote supports the recommendation that further legislation is warranted on wireless radiation exposures:
1. The public should be educated on the pros and cons of radiofrequency radiation exposures.
2. Municipalities should be informed of wireless risks and what they can do legally to protect local communities from cell tower placements.
Legislation will be drafted and introduced for the new legislative session in January!”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=1532&v=5ouXi42sbh8&feature=youtu.be (9 min. video of the vote)
2) News from Arthur Firstenberg — spreading the word through the United Nations. Hopefully, it will be heard and appreciated by many.
Task Force sending delegate to the United Nations COP27 in Egypt
“From November 6-18, 2022, the 27th annual United Nations Conference on Climate Change, known officially as the Conference of the Parties, or COP, will take place in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. More than 40,000 people from across the globe are expected to attend. The Cellular Phone Task Force is sending New Mexico resident Kathleen Burke to COP27 to promote the body of research of Santa Fe scientist and author Arthur Firstenberg, whose work focuses on the ongoing destruction of life on Earth by microwave radiation.”
3) USA University working with Dept of Defense on 6G, IoT, and expansion of wireless technology for both commercial and military purposes.
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DoD supports 6G research at Northeastern U.
“The U.S. Department of Defense is supporting an industry/university/government collaboration at Northeastern University focused on fundamental research on future 6G systems and related technologies, including spectrum sharing, the use of artificial intelligence for interference mitigation and control, Open RAN, digital twins and more.
Open6G will offer the expertise of Northeastern faculty, researchers, and students to create partnerships that will shape the future of our connected world,” said Professor Tommaso Melodia, director of WIoT and also, director of Research for the Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) project office. “We will work with our partners in academia, industry, and government to consolidate the role of Open6G as a leading national resource for next generation wireless systems, their applications, and their societal impact.”
Interesting discussion among members of another group that raised questions about why marathon runners’ speed might be getting steadily slower. Could it be due to exposure to RF and its effect on oxygen transport in the body?
Rocket City Marathon Runners Have Never Been Slower
“Cell phone radiation at low non-thermal levels has been found to affect the structure of human hemoglobin, reducing its ability to bind oxygen in the lungs to carry to tissues, and this affinity for oxygen decreases as exposure time to cell phone radiation increases https://www.academia.edu/13676008/Effects_of_mobile_phone_radiofrequency_on_the_structure_and_function_of_the_normal_human_hemoglobin (this has to be downloaded) Chief physiological function normal hemoglobin (HbA) is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the tissues.
This figure from the study shows that oxygen affinity decreases as exposure time to cell phone radiation increases (e.g. after 120 min of exposure, hemoglobin’s oxygen affinity decreased around 11-12%)”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“What you do today can improve all your tomorrows.” Ralph Marston
Sent from my wired laptop with no wireless components.