1) Dr. Arazi has written a press release about Health Canada’s delay — refusal — to provide me with significant information about their cell phone testing. I will keep pushing, and currently have a complaint before the Information Commissioner. I hope you’ll share this widely. Perhaps local newspapers would find it worth publishing.
Remember as well that only 90 cellphones have been tested since 2016 — and of them, 8 were “non-compliant” (emissions over 1.6 W/kg even at 10-15mm) and 89 of the 90 would have exceeded this SAR limit, many by multiple times, if they were held close to the body — the way many people use them.
Denial of transparency by Health Canada
“This unacceptable lack of transparency on the part of the Canadian authorities, who seem to be doing everything to delay the moment when they will have to explain themselves, adds to the lack of reliability of the SAR tests carried out. The SAR measurements on the trunk are indeed taken at a distance of 10 to 15mm from the skin, a totally unrealistic distance in view of common uses (for example by putting the telephone in the pocket). Remember that Europe requires mobile phone manufacturers to measure trunk SAR at 5 mm from the skin, following an emergency measure presented in 2015 by France to the European Commission.”
2) A Ted Talk that has to be shared “privately”, so please consider doing it. This person was harmed by a smeter, and she describes how. Now she is fighting the Pennsylvania utility mandate that every home must have a smeter — just like BC Hydro’s mandate via the Clean Energy Act.
“Finally!! The talk was approved via a private link, so please share far and wide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-ua-e-rY5M!
Disappointingly, TED concluded the talk will not be available on TED.com, and will not be in the public domain. They cited reasons of ‘needing more research on the health claims made’ (that one’s almost funny–I submitted the EHT’s evidence in the FCC lawsuit, so what more evidence were they needing?), they were concerned that some may interpret the advice as a ‘cure’ for mental illness (I didn’t see THAT one coming!), the pending lawsuits, and a few other little things.
Oh well. A private link is better than no link!
Also, interestingly I was interviewed on CHD.TV the other week and that also just aired on Tuesday. That would also be good to spread around:
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Tech tips for your health — Dr. Alexia McKnight
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-ua-e-rY5M (17:24 min.)
3) Maryland has acknowledged the scientific evidence that EMF exposure is dangerous, especially for children. The Council that developed these guidelines identifies environmental hazards and alerts various public and private bodies about them with the goal of reducing children’s exposure.
US state issues guidelines for reducing exposure
“The US state of Maryland has published guidance for the public and government agencies aimed at reducing children’s exposure to electromagnetic fields.
The ‘Guidelines to Reduce Electromagnetic Field Radiation’ were developed by the state’s Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC), whose aim is to identify environmental hazards that may affect children’s health and recommend solutions for them.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
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