I am sorry for the long time between newsletters. I spent the last 3 months in California. Preparing to return home and driving back left me with no time for the computer. Hopefully, I can catch up on the most important news that we’ve missed over the last 10 days.
1) Please see below in Letters an appeal for support of a petition for someone in Japan. Even though I have not read the entire petition (23 pages), I hope you will consider adding your name to it because EHT is supporting it.
2) An invitation to a Zoom meeting on Wednesday that sounds very interesting. FOMB stands for Friends of Merrymeeting Bay.
Dr. Manville might provide additional arguments against cell towers that could be of significance when presenting to politicians and Councils.
“Our next FOMB winter speaker, Al Manville, recently co-authored with Blake Levitt and Henry Lai what is probably the most comprehensive review to date of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) effects on wildlife and the environment. Birds and bats, besides having value in their own rights are critical to our health and well-being. Anthropogenic vertical structures however take a heavy toll on both of these flyers. Some of the problems include collisions with towers, guy wires and building window glass, tower lighting, barotrauma from turbine blade pressure differentials and RFR emissions that may disorient to natural navigation fields or effect reproductive and other biological systems. Consider joining us Wednesday evening at 7pm EST for Al’s presentation on these topics.
Structures such as communication towers, commercial wind turbines, utility-scale solar facilities, power transmission and distribution lines, building glass and windows, lighting and commercial fishing gear, among others, can result in serious consequences to migratory birds and other wildlife. These include collisions, disorientation, barotrauma, electrocution, entanglement, attraction, habitat disturbance and fragmentation. Manville will briefly discuss these structures and their impacts-including at the population level-ongoing efforts to work with the related industries and best practices available to avoid or minimize negative consequences. He will also discuss the recent interest and growing public awareness involving impacts from non-thermal, non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation to wildlife.”
Topic: My Life for the Birds & Bats
Description: Al Manville, Senior Wildlife Biologist, USFWS, Retired,
Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Time: Mar 8, 2023 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada), 4:00 PM PST
3) The Phonegate team’s work has led to actions being taken in France, with 40 cellphones being caught with SAR levels that exceed the French SAR of 2.0 W/kg. Although the fines are small, they are significant and indicate that the government agencies in France are getting serious.
Meanwhile, in Canada and the USA, the SAR level is less — 1.6 W/kg — but not one phone has been recalled. And the public is not being informed about the excessively high levels of RF radiation reaching the head or body under normal usage.
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“The symbolic number of 40 has been reached! There are now 40 models of cell phones, identified as dangerous for the health of users, which have been either withdrawn from the French market or have seen their Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) being updated by software. The latests: the Xiaomi Poco X3 and the Logicom Le Swipe”
From: Miho Yamaguchi, PhD
To: Theodora Scarato
Thank you very much for your great efforts for protecting people and the environment.
In Japan as well as all over the world, more and more people are suffering from chemical or/and electromagnetic contamination of the environment.
Akiko Kobayashi–a nurse and also is a hypersensitive patient–is planning to submit a written opinion to the Japanese government seeking relief for hypersensitivity patients.
(The English version is here:
One of her requests is that at least one hospital be established in each prefecture where hypersensitivity sufferers can see a doctor or be hospitalized.
She is collecting online signatures from organizations and individuals who support this.
If you could help us, please write
1) your full name
if you are a representative of an organization, please add the name of the organization
4) If you are 17 years old or under, please add “under 18.”
and send it to: email@example.com by April 10.
Jane Smith, Ohio, U.S., under 18
John Green, Alberta, Canada
Mary Brown, Surrey, England
Miho Yamaguchi, PhD (literature)
Former lecturer of English at Kurume University
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“If the experiments which I urge be defective, it cannot be difficult to show the defects; but if valid, then by proving the theory, they must render all objections invalid.” Isaac Newton
Sent from my wired laptop with no wireless components. Practice Safe Tech.