1) A member wrote this about microcells and the high levels of RF he found. The levels found at a distance from the home are many times higher than the BioInitiative Reports recommends but are a mere fraction of what is allowed by “Safety” Code 6. It would be important to measure the level of RF in homes close to these things. On 2 storey homes, it is usually a bedroom that would receive the highest level.
“A couple weeks ago, we metered micro transmitters from TELUS, fastened to power poles, in Campbell River. Today, we measured the emissions again, with unbelievable results. It was so surreal, that we drove back again for a second reading.
These were our readings 2 weeks ago: plus 5 mW/m2 to over 17 mW/m2
Today they reached new heights of: plus 33 mW/m2!! Several others came in around 27 mW/m2!! The lowest micro transmitters metered about 5 mW/m2. There is nothing micro about these 24/7 emissions.
We were about 60 feet away, on the other side of the road. The nearest home, near us, was about 70 feet behind, so I don’t think there was any influence. We pointed the meter towards the microwave transmitter across the road.
The house that has the transmitter in front was only about 40 feet away from the power pole, like most of the homes along this road.”
2) Telecoms are joining to put invasive technology in San Diego, a first major test of IoT devices photographing, recording and tracking individuals without their knowledge or permission.
“GE, Intel, AT&T team up to put cameras, mics in San Diego
General Electric will put cameras, microphones and sensors on 3,200 street lights in San Diego this year, marking the first large-scale use of “smart city” tools GE says can help monitor traffic and pinpoint crime, but raising potential privacy concerns.
Based on technology from GE’s Current division, Intel Corp and AT&T Inc, the system will use sensing nodes on light poles to locate gunshots, estimate crowd sizes, check vehicle speeds and other tasks, GE and the city said on Wednesday. The city will provide the data to entrepreneurs and students to develop applications.”
3) One of the justifications for the “smart” grid is that it will help the environment. This has garnered support from environmental groups despite studies that show no savings have been realized in energy use. Now utilities are being asked to show that emissions from this grid are less than the previous one – and it’s not easy to do.
“Illinois advocates, utility seek to quantify emissions benefits of smart meters
An experiment is underway in Illinois to answer a fundamental question about power grid modernization efforts: Does a smarter electric grid mean a cleaner one?…
Proving that theory can be complicated, and there has been little effort to document the greenhouse-gas reductions associated with smart-meter deployment….
Ameren Illinois, the state’s second-largest utility, has opposed adopting the same greenhouse gas metric. In an ongoing case before the Illinois Commerce Commission, the company says gathering the relevant data would impose an unnecessary burden on the company and, ultimately, ratepayers.”
4) While most telecom companies try to hide the fact that their products are dangerous, there are a few ethical ones around. A member sent this article by a very large company:
Orange is a big telecom company in Europe and Africa. The information below is at this major telecom company’s website.
Not only these two points, and not only re kids, but please notice their points #4 and #5 at:
Another is Swisscom, a major telecom in Switzerland, who admitted the harm associated with Wi-Fi in this 2003 patent application. Please read pg. 1.
I highly recommend listening to the testimony of Rep. Glenn (4-10 minutes point). His concern is that civil rights are being infringed upon by the monopoly providing energy.
2:22 Rep Glenn introduces bill
4:00 vacates chair, introduces bill and Q and A
31:40 Pam Wallace – EHS
39:50 Bill Bathgate – Engineering
47:30 Duane Roddy – Fire Chief whose meter caught on fire
– watch him—Please note that Michigan uses the ITRON Centron meter, the same one used in BC. The Chief never saw an analog catch or cause fire!
57:25 Mr. Tater – Constitutional Rights
1:03.40 Mr. Sheldon – Privacy
– mentions NIST study on smart meter output?
1:10 Former Rep Tom McMillon states that according to Pew Charitable Trust, 15 states allow retention of analogue
IN FAVOR OF METERS:
1:15 Steve Kermis – DTE
– says Canada is 100% deployed
– says that there have been no health issues in US with smart meters?
– says meters only transmit at night, a few seconds a day?
– meters cannot collect any data other than electricity consumed?
They ran out of time, Consumers Energy will be at the next hearing.
Published on Feb 23, 2017
House bill 4220 to uphold utility customer choice on meter type.
8 speakers in favor of bill.
1 speaker from DTE opposed to bill.
Part 2 of this hearing will take place March 07, 2017
I don’t know what it will take for Kendall to acknowledge any health effects, including EHS. He hides behind Health Canada and the WHO and fails to do his job. So many people have appealed to him about EHS and they get the same sort of letter, saying if new info comes forward, he will consider revising his opinion. He has been sent study after study and nothing is enough.
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He is waiting for “proof”, as he told me, before he will employ the Precautionary Principle. The man does not understand that the PP is used to prevent harm when there is a risk of harm, before definitive proof is available. He has it all backwards, which is very dangerous for a public health doctor.
The “new” report from BCCDC on first glance appears to be the same old one that the BCCDC wrote in 2014 in response to our submitting 150 studies that Kendall had ignored. I will look to see if any more recent studies that show mechanisms, etc. (for example, the NTP report) have been included.
Sent: February 23, 2017
To: Health, HLTH HLTH:EX <HLTH.Health@gov.bc.ca>
Subject: Re: Ministry of Health Response 107977
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Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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