[Andrew Weaver – CBC Radio’s Spark program re Cybersecurity & IoT – EMR – ES Environmental Sensitivities (EHS – MCS) – Health – Jessica McDonald – John Horgan – Katie Singer – Letter to BCUC re BC Hydro Smart Metering Program Legacy Meter Opt-out Fees – Microcells / Small Cells – Selenium & RF – Smart Grid Security | BC – Canada – California, USA] & (audio)
1) Katie Singer’s May newsletter has lots of good info about the activities going on in the USA re. 5G resistance.
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2) A member found this very interesting article about people being isolated by environmental sensitivities, whether chemical and/or electromagnetic. This is a growing issue that the medical community is not addressing. The ignorance is quite appalling given that more and more information is available about these conditions.
“The Hidden Marginalization of Persons with Environmental Sensitivities”
3) Thanks to the strong opposition to the recommended law that would grant free access to public right of ways for 5G transmitters in California, the law approval has been delayed. We need to put the same pressure on the local, BC and Federal governments.
4) From CBC Radio on Sunday, a discussion of cybersecurity and the vulnerability of anything connected to the internet (e.g. “smart” appliances and homes). First 23 minutes of this audio.
5) A member sent this study re. selenium and RF radiation and some suggestions re. some sources of selenium.
Selenium to the Rescue
In one study, the mineral selenium was found to protect cells from cell phone EMR oxidative stress. Adding selenium-rich foods may offer your cells some protection.
Here are some selenium-rich foods:
- Brazil Nuts
- Shiitake Mushrooms
- Lima Beans
- Chia Seeds
- Brown Rice
Sent: May 20, 2017
Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: BCUC “New Visual Identity”
Dear Mr. Morton,
I would have written my own letter to the same effect but the letter below articulates my thoughts so well, I will simply say I concur with everything written below. The only thing I would add is Shame! Shame! Shame! on you for attempting to perpetrate what, IMHO, is the fraud that you are protecting BC rate payers and tax payers so you can gain a generous salary/fee and benefits.
“I must strongly disagree with your statement that “The BC Utilities Commission has implemented a new visual identity to better reflect its position as an independent agency of the Government of British Columbia”.
If you truly were an INDEPENDENT agency, you would have investigated both the BC Hydro Smart Meter Program and the Site C project in detail prior to their frenzied implementation. Instead, despite the many public concerns regarding costs/benefits and scientifically proven damaging effects on safety and health, the BCUC did nothing other than ignore such concerns with the excuse that BC Liberal legislation prevented your proper investigation of such matters. How will you feel when your “Smart meter” malfunctions and burns down your house unexpectedly? How will you you feel being constantly exposed to pulsed DNA damaging microwave radiation? Ignoring these risks and allowing BC Hydro to plunder the public purse using intimidation and misinformation to get their way is obviously NOT the action of an independent agency no matter how you spin the present situation.
If your other statement that one of the BCUC’s key objectives is to ensure that “customers receive safe, reliable and non-discriminatory energy services at fair rates from the utilities we regulate” was true, why am I and many others being discriminated against by having to pay an extra $64.80 every two months for a meter reading service (BC Hydro) even though non analog meter reading is provided at no extra charge?
When one thinks about it, prior to the Smart Meter program, manual meter reading costs for every meter in this province were always included as part of the normal electricity Tariff approved by the BCUC.
Your “new visual identity” may be seen by many as nothing but piles of brown excrement dumped on this province. A more appropriate logo might have been a blindfolded mannequin unable to truly investigate the actions of the utilities you supposedly regulate for the public good.”
Sent: May 20, 2017
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Smart Meters and Security of the BC Electrical Grid
If you won’t listen to the science regarding damage to human health due to EMF, perhaps you will listen to the hacking/security dangers of smart meters:
At a business luncheon a few years ago, I asked Ms. McDonald, head of BC Hydro and BC Liberal puppet, about the dangers of smart meters being hacked. She responded to the effect that it was a good question and a real concern but BC Hydro was working on it and has it under control. Given that US security organizations have been hacked, I place little credibility in her statement.
If you can stop Site C, you can stop the disastrous smart meter program BC Hydro is foisting on rate and tax payers. The program is a health, financial and security disaster.
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.