1) Wireless technology has been endangering our environment for decades, and now, with the Internet of Underwater Things, plants and animals that support life on earth are being threatened.
Protecting our Oceans and the Environment from 5G and Sonar Wireless Radiation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03U7Uva7RA0 (7:13 min.)
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2) News articles about EMF and 5G are circulating in New York City, which could lead to more pressure for banning of 5G in other areas of the city, county and state — all of which can be very influential.
Fast Track to New York 5G Microwaved City
“Think of scenarios in which industries were able to release toxic waste into communities due to an absence of regulations, not to mention an absence of ethics. Over several years, maybe a few decades, a cluster of diseases and suffering became evident. There are far too many examples of products distributed for mass consumption such as asbestos, tobacco products, pharmaceutical drugs, Teflon, and “forever chemicals”, that were insufficiently tested and wound up causing irreparable harms. We have a duty to avoid this same scenario.”
3) Another excellent article by Patricia Burke. This one gives the sad history of the lack of oversight by the US government which is matched, to a great degree, in Canada and elsewhere. The industry has prospered and grown without constraint or concern, in spite of scientific evidence and experts warning of the harm being done.
FCC: 1984 Isn’t Just a Book, It’s the Last Time the EPA Looked at RF Safety
“As the Environmental Health Trust clarified in correspondence to President Biden, the last time that either political party’s Environmental Protection Agency looked at the question of the RF safety (relative to cell phones) was in 1984….
According to researcher Beatrice Golumb, an expert who helped investigate Havana Syndrome injuries to diplomats, the installation of a wireless smart utility meter was cited as the most frequent variable associated with the acute onset of EMF/RF illness, yet deployments continue across the country.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“We need to respect the oceans and take care of them as if our lives depended on it. Because they do.” Sylvia Earle
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