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Letters about Wi Fi dangers by world leading experts / Smart Meter Ad / Health risk / Study Strokes in Youth / Dr. Stephen Sinatra video / Tower radiations /

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Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News 

17 February 2011

Letters to Greater Victoria School Board's

Feb 16, 2011

Important Notice to all Schools & Health Officials-

Please see the attached letters submitted to the Greater Victoria School Board's Wi-Fi Committee by two world leading experts in the field of non ionizing radiation and effects to human biology. Their credible testimony delivered directly to the Greater Victoria School Board is undeniable and powerful in its implications towards the use of microwave emitting technology and the safety of students, teachers, and supportive staff in all our schools.

Even though these experts have been denied access to use Skype to participate in these vital meetings examining the safety of Wi-Fi in our schools, their expert testimony remains crucial and should be considered with the utmost respect if we are to maintain healthy schools conducive to optimal well being and progressive learning for all. Take the time to share this information please- all our futures reside in the promise of our youth. Let us do our very best to protect them.



Tammy Jeske


Advocating for safer 'wired' technology in our schools


CST- Victoria




Woman Buys $4K Ad To Protest PG&E Smart Meters

Wed, Feb 16, 2011
Nina Beety, Monterey County, spent $4100 on a newspaper ad to protest Smart Meters. She's a hero for the people-If anyone would like to send a contribution her way please send to:
Nina Beety c/o
PO Box 1016
Sebastopol CA 95473



In Depth - Smart meters pose health risk


For people who are sensitive to electromagnetic radiation, it's going to be ... of negative health effects by independent scientists from around the globe. ...




Environmental Health Trust Board Member Harry V. Lehmann Urges Further Study of Links Between Cell Phone Use and Strokes in Youth

Expert suggests there may a link to elevated risks of strokes in young people and prolonged use of cell phones.

Washington, DC (Vocus/PRWEB) February 15, 2011

Harry V. Lehmann, a distinguished California attorney and member of the board of Environmental Health Trust, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating individuals, health professionals and communities about controllable environmental health risks and policy changes needed to reduce those risks, today released a statement on the question of why greater numbers of young people are suffering strokes today compared to older people.

"We know that cell phone radiation weakens the brain's naturally protective barrier and that more people are using cell phones next to their heads for hours a day," Mr. Lehmann says. "Of course, we can't be sure if the skyrocketing use of cell phones by young people lies behind this stunning rise in strokes, but it's high time research addressed this question directly."

Mr. Lehmann continues: "A substantial body of empirical scientific data shows that cell telephone radiation is associated with violation of the blood/brain barrier, sometimes referred to as the Frey Effect, and discussed with many citations to the research literature in the book Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation, What the Industry Has Done to Hide It, and How to Protect Your Family (Dutton, 2010) by Dr. Devra Lee Davis. This was further substantiated in the Lund University studies of 2005. For societal reasons, including a frequent choice of mobile technology over landlines, the Hispanic immigrant community—just to name one specific segment of society—has within it millions of early adopters and frequent users. The potential for a causal relationship between frequent cell phone use among this population and disproportionate stroke statistics should be thoroughly studied."

Mr. Lehmann has been practicing law in California since 1977. His career has been largely dedicated to representing clients in civil actions. He has successfully handled or supervised approximately 1,400 civil matters. His work is focused on scientific and engineering proof cases, including products liability, civil engineering, accident reconstruction, and mechanical engineering and aviation product defects litigation. He has significant experience representing individuals and working in mass litigation for consumers. Mr. Lehmann also has experience successfully representing clients suffering from serious and catastrophic personal injuries, and clients that have lost loved ones in accidents. He has significant experience working with clients suffering from brain and spinal cord injuries, and working on injury cases that turn on medical proof.

About Environmental Health Trust
Environmental Health Trust (EHT) educates individuals, health professionals and communities about controllable environmental health risks and policy changes needed to reduce those risks. Current multi-media projects include: local and national campaigns to ban smoking and asbestos; working with international physician and worker safety groups to warn about the risks of inappropriate use of diagnostic radiation and cell phones, exploring what factors lie behind puzzlingly high rates of fibroid tumors, breast cancer and endometriosis in young African American women, and building environmental wellness programs in Wyoming and Pennsylvania to address the environmental impacts of energy development, the built environment and radon. EHT was created with the goal of promoting health and preventing disease one person, one community and one nation at a time. Capitalizing on growing public interest in Dr. Devra Lee Davis's popular books, When Smoke Ran Like Water, a National Book Award Finalist, and The Secret History of the War on Cancer, and recent documentary films, the foundation's website will become the go to place for clear, science-based information to prevent environmentally based disease and promote health, and will have portals for the general public, children, and health professionals. For more information, log on to

Environmental Health Trust




WiFi in Schools a Health Hazard | Dr. Stephen Sinatra's Heart MD ...

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Mobile tower radiations: New kid in pollution block

14 February 2011

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KOLKATA, 14 FEB: The West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) receives several complaints against radiations from mobile network towers, but it is unable to act on them as it has not been delegated any power to deal with electro-pollution.
The WBPCB officials said that harmful effects of non-ionizing radiation from telecommunication towers is a much-debated topic and had been adequately researched upon to ascertain how it effects human health.
Interestingly, the Union ministry of environment and forests has constituted a committee to assess environmental impact of mushrooming mobile towers on the population of birds and bees but have not done anything to that end for human beings.

An inter-ministerial committee consisting of officers from the department of telecom (DoT), the Indian Council of Medical Research, the Union ministry of health, the department of biotechnology and the ministry of environment and forests, constituted recently to examine the effect of EMF radiation from base stations and mobile phones, called for serious revision of radiation norms existing in the country to suit the Indian environmental conditions.
It said that the DoT has adopted guidelines from the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) for minimising human exposure to electromagnetic fields. However, the existing standards are based on thermal (heat) limits and do not address non-thermal (or low intensity) exposures that are reported to cause cell damage.

A resident of Bongaon, Mr Dipto Tarafdar, who has been running from pillar to post with medical reports of his parents and seeking action against three mobile phone operators who have put up towers in a 3-6 m radius around his house, said: "I have written to several departments, but everywhere they said that they could only deal with air and noise pollution produced by the diesel generators attached to the towers."

Another resident of the area said that he had been suffering from dizziness and nausea ever since the mobile towers were erected near his house. Several others complained of breathing problems, tingling sensations on their forehead, fatigue, insomnia, dizziness, lack of concentration, ringing in the ears, loss of memory, headache, digestive problems and heart palpitations. According to the committee report, all these are symptoms of exposure to non-thermal radiation from mobile towers. Mr Biswajit Mukherjee, chief law officer of WBPCB, said: "The DoT had ordered an internal assessment of radiation from mobile towers. Accuracy of such assessments is questionable." The PCB has no power to deal with electro-pollution as it is not in the legal ambit yet, he said.

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