Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News6 December 2011
Mini-masts in the home to beat Wi-Fi signal overload
This week the BBC lunchtime news preview the new 4G high-speed wireless internet service where two and a half hours of film can be downloaded in seconds. Imagine being in the path of the signal as it passes through your body - just for a stranger's entertainment. Just Imagine. Imagine, of course, being Intel's WiMAX proprietary heavy-duty signal. (http://www.imagine.ie/)
Virgin wants homes to access the internet through their own book-sized transceivers
Dr Magda Havas
and may be particularly hazardous for pregnant teachers.'
The crux of Kelley's argument is that there is very little information about the health effects of the electromagnetic fields or electromagnetic radiation that these devices emit. Kelley has studied the issue for more than a decade, and she argues that ...
Odd power glitches in her South Nanaimo home began occurring only days after installers replaced her analog meter with one of BC Hydro's new smart meters on Nov. 18. When adjusting the temperature of her stove, her kitchen lights would flicker and dim ...
No new iPads or other mobile devices can be used in New York City public schools, as increasing mobile use overloads the school system's Wi-Fi capabilities. Widespread use of devices such as the iPad, ...
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Cancer Industry: Profits Before Lives
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SmartMeters and Electropollution
Smart Meters: not so smart an idea
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Brennan Park phone tower fight looms
Money for masts
Phone mast plan fury residents in blockade
Parents worried at new mast scheme
B.C. Hydro program sparks up a storm of controversy
CTIA again tries to block San Francisco cell phone radiation ordinance
People power halts roof mobile phone mast, in Sutherland Grove, Teddington
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