1) And for your weekend viewing, a free documentary about the vulnerability of the power grid upon which we are so dependent.
GRID DOWN, POWER UP
“This documentary helps us understand the threat, why it has become a threat and demonstrates how we can fix this problem. The film is available for viewing at the link below from this website at ‘no cost’ (for some period of time), utilizing a ‘pay it forward’ model of distribution. Please share the film with your friends and associates through this mechanism.
THE US POWER GRID
Our power grid is at grave risk of shutting down completely. An orchestrated physical attack, electromagnetic pulse attack (EMP), cyber-attack, or geomagnetic disturbance (GMD) could shut down our electricity grid for as long as one calendar year or longer. See how…”
https://griddownpowerup.com/ (56:24 min.)
2) A C4ST webinar for all on Tuesday. Full Zoom details are at the bottom of the newsletter.
C4ST Tues Nov 8 at 7:30 ET 4:30 PT
Patti Wood – Americans for Responsible Tech – Actions & Resources – Call to Action before Nov 10
“We are delighted that Patti Wood will be joining us again to share some highlights of recent activities including those of Americans for Responsible Technology (ART).
Patricia (Patti) Wood is founder and executive director of Grassroots Environmental Education, a New York based award-winning not-for-profit environmental health organization whose mission is to inform the public about the health risks of common environmental exposures and to empower individuals to act as catalysts for change in their own communities.”
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3) Very significant information from Andre Fauteux relating to Dr. Lin, whose study I noted in last night’s update. I did not know that he had been so closely affiliated with ICNIRP and IEEE. A major shift for him to acknowledge harm from non-ionizing radiation, harm other than that caused by heating. I still wonder why he used a less than credible source which resulted in his making incorrect statements re. cellphone SAR levels.
Cellular and cancer: the industry loses a worried ally
“One of the most renowned scientists on the biological effects of radio frequency (RF) radiation used by cellular technologies, Dr. James C. Lin, says that the latest studies “give consistent indications that exposure to RF is probably carcinogenic to humans”.
A pioneer in electromedicine and professor emeritus of electrical engineering and biophysics at the University of Chicago, Dr. Lin is the past president of the prestigious Bioelectromagnetics Society, present in 40 countries. He is also a distinguished former member of the two organizations that created RF exposure limits, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). Like several experts, today he disputes the validity of these limits based on the assumption that only the heating of tissues by RF would be dangerous.”
Articles in english – https://maisonsaine.ca/english
4) A new study reports that young, healthy people, who are exposed to full body RF exposure in the military, are at high risk for developing cancer. One more call for EMF to be classified as a human carcinogen. How many more does WHO/IARC need?
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New Paper on Military: Soldiers Exposed to Radar and Full Body RF Have Higher Cancers
“A new research paper on young soldiers exposed to radar and other full body radio-frequency radiation (RFR) exposures during their military service finds higher cancers. The study concludes that “based on our findings and on the previous accumulated research, we endorse the recommendations to reclassify RFR exposure as a human carcinogen, International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) group 1.”
The scientists highlighted how soldiers working with Hawk missiles, David’s Sling batteries, the Iron Dome missile-defense system, Arrow missiles and Patriot batteries are receiving full body RFR exposures putting them at risk. They recommended ways for the military to mitigate the exposure.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.” Margaret Mead
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