1) The increase in cancers in younger people began in the 1990s and the rate has increased quite dramatically from 2000 on. Some of the factors mentioned, such as reduced sleep, could be related to exposure to EMR (reduced melatonin). Unfortunately, there is no mention of one major environmental factor that, above all others, increased in exposure since the 1990s — cell phones and microwave radiation. In the mid-1990s, few people in North America had cell phones and there were few towers. This changed mightily in the early 2000s at which time Dr. Devra Davis said that the association between cell phone/EMF would not be made or considered significant “until the bodies started piling up.” She predicted it would take 20-30 years, and it seems she was right on.
Cancer in young adults is rising — is a ‘Westernized’ lifestyle to blame?
“Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital saw that more and more people under the age of 50 are being diagnosed with cancer of the breast, colon, esophagus, kidney, liver, pancreas and more — globally — in a trend that took a sharp upward turn around the year 1990.
“From our data, we observed something called the birth cohort effect. This effect shows that each successive group of people born at a later time (e.g., decade-later) have a higher risk of developing cancer later in life, likely due to risk factors they were exposed to at a young age,” said Dr. Shuji Ogino, professor of pathology and physician-scientist at Brigham and Women’s,..
Cancer is a genetic disease — it’s caused by changes in genes that lead to cell division error and tumors. Some of these genetic changes are inherited, but the new study, published in Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology, focused on environmental factors that cause damage to DNA and contribute to the cancer growth.”
A global epidemic of cancer among people younger than 50 could be emerging
“Ogino’s review found something called a cohort effect, meaning the risk of an early-onset cancer has increased for each successive group of people born at a later time. Those born the 1990s have a higher risk of developing an early-onset cancer in their lifetime than those born in the 1980s, for example.“
2) This is a very technical article that I can’t begin to understand except that there are many significant problems associated with 5G, only recently discovered, that seem to be related to interference.
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Industry Aware of “known RF challenges” with 5G; “operators have only really started to realize and test for in the last six to 12 months”
“While some might quibble about whether to consider this “intermod” rather than “passive intermod,” the point is that there is cellular interference being generated by a cellular system—only instead of an LTE base station interfering with its own operations, the intermod here is the result of legacy LTE transmitters generating intermod products that are interfering with midband 5G operations. Whatever you call it, Robinson says, “I absolutely promise you, it’s a really big and significant issue that operators have only really started to realize and test for in the last six to 12 months.””
But within the introduction, there are many references to recent articles about other important issues related to 5G that are easier to understand. Here are just a couple:
Lewis County Tennessee Commission 1, Resolution for More Research on 5G Before Deployment
“Lewis joins several other U.S. communities in taking action on the issue of 5G cell tower densification health and safety.”
FBI, Gov’t Cybersecurity Center Warn about Security Risks with A.I., 5G Networks, Smart Hospitals, Medical Devices, etc.
3) The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) has put on some webinars discussing CEPA. The most recent one was held on Oct. 12. If you missed it, here is a video of it. There will be 2 more, the next one will be on Oct. 19. Registration is required. Additional information is below in Letters.
Webinar #2 – The Fix for CEPA
“Oct 13, 2022 The second webinar in the 4-part series titled “Where’s the Protection? A Webinar Series on the Review and Reform of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act”.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsenpuHC8Ms (1:13 hr.)
Where’s the Protection: CEPA Webinar #3 – CEPA and Indigenous People’s Rights
Wednesday, October 19, 2022. 1:00-2:15pm ET, 10:00-11:15 PT
The Canadian Government introduced Bill S-5, an Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), into the House of Commons this fall.
The Canadian government is at a critical phase in reforming the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA). CEPA is Canada’s main environmental legislation and regulates everything from the most dangerous pollutants, to plastic manufactured items, to genetically engineered animals. Robust changes to CEPA are urgently needed during the upcoming Parliamentary process if CEPA is to be protective of the environment and health in the coming years.
Registration required at:
From: April Weppler <email@example.com>
Subject: Where’s the Protection – A Webinar Series on the Review and Reform of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (Webinar #2)
Date: October 14, 2022 at 3:01:03 PM EDT
To: April Weppler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Fe de Leon <email@example.com>
Hello everyone –
Thank you for registering for and/or attending the second webinar in the 4-part series coordinated by CELA-Nature Canada “Where’s the Protection: A Webinar Series on the Review and Reform of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act“, which took place earlier this week (Wednesday, October 12).
We were pleased to see so many in attendance, and appreciated all of the thoughtful questions that were posed during the session. Please take a moment to fill out our post-webinar survey if you haven’t already.
A recording of the webinar can be found on CELA’s YouTube channel or on our website. The slide decks are also on that webpage, and attached to this email. Last but not least, a summary of the many helpful links that were shared in the chat box is also attached.
We encourage you to sign up for any or all of the remaining two webinars in the series (October 19; CEPA and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, and October 26: CEPA and Regulation of Biotechnology and Electromagnetic Frequency) – you can find registration links on this page (reminder to sign up for each one individually).
Should you have any additional questions, you can contact myself or Fe de Leon.
Engagement Coordinator, Healthy Great Lakes
Canadian Environmental Law Association
55 University Avenue, Suite 1500
Toronto, ON M5J 2H7
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
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