- Apparently the article in last night’s update about the FCC finding that wifi causes migraines in people was untrue. Too bad because I know of parents who have children (at age 6-7) who do suffer migraines, and began having them after wifi was installed. Wishful thinking that FCC or Health Canada actually would consider the evidence and react.
- From a US group that is tracking fires, too. All brands are catching fire and all utilities and governments are denying. I hate to be a conspiracy theorist but this sure smacks of collusion to me. The policy seems to be to blame the homeowner, and lie.
- Another study confirming the effect of RF on sperm, damaging the DNA, motility, etc. This result has been found with several studies and was acknowledged by the BC Centre for Disease Control – prolonged exposure to microwave radiation emitted from wireless devices does damage sperm. How many more times does this need to be proven/replicated before this irradiation is ended. Our future generations will pay the price for the corporate greed and government negligence.
Cent European J Urol. 2014;67(1):65-71. doi: 10.5173/ceju.2014.01.art14. Epub 2014 Apr 17.
The influence of direct mobile phone radiation on sperm quality.
A correlation exists between mobile phone radiation exposure, DNA-fragmentation level and decreased sperm motility.
The complete study is available at http://citizensforsafetechnology.org/The-influence-of-direct-mobile-phone-radiation-on-sperm-quality,47,4071
- Berkeley, California passed a city law requiring labels be put on cell phones with the same wording that the FCC requires in manuals. This is what we should be demanding for BC and Canada.
- Fortis is holding a job fair to hire Corix installers – remember they said they would all be highly qualified electricians or journeymen??
Dec. 2, Corix Job Fair,
WorkBC, Pandosy Street office in Kelowna
The ad had a photo of a meter installer. Says they are recruiting “field technicians” and “journeyman electricians”
- Many recent studies by prominent researchers have shown “causation” which, according to the IARC panel members, is the only reason that the classification of RF/microwave radiation from wireless devices was classified as 2b (possible) carcinogen in 2011. Pressure must be put on WHO to finally admit that the evidence is there to warrant a 1, definite, carcinogen. Please sign and share.
- A recent study by Nat. Institute of Health shows brain abnormality in 40% of SIDS cases. The abnormality has been shown in tests with rats to relate to perinatal exposure to RF. All early stages of research but the question is raised – could there be a connection?
The following studies suggest that perinatal exposure to wireless radiation affects the development of the hippocampus in offspring in animal models.