Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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W.E.E.P. News

The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution

20 November 2013



A group of residents, the Plataforma Vecinal contra las Antenas de Telefonía Móvil de Orihuela, raised the issue with the environment department, because of their concerns over the number of cases of cancers, Alzheimer's and autism in the area of calle Reyes Católicos .

"We are frying in radiation", Gallud said whilst presenting the data

Central Maine Power Company Spokesperson Lies to the Press and Public

Gail Rice, a spokesperson for CMP tells us - "There has been no scientific evidence that indicates that EMF causes any adverse health effects," Rice said.

Reassessment of Federal Communications Radiofrequency Exposure Limits and Policies
"At that time, the EPA scientists … wanted to recommend that electromagnetic fields be classified as a 'probable' human carcinogen.  Radiofrequency and microwave radiation, the authors said, should be classified as a 'possible' human carcinogen. [emphasis added]  About a week after the White House briefing, these recommendations were deleted by the authors' superiors."

Confusing 'possible carcinogenicity' and 'certain toxicity' of cell phone radiation, coffee, DDT…


Proponents and opponents of wireless communication fail to distinguish between carcinogenic and toxic effects of possible (IARC 2B category) carcinogens.


Millions of children dumbed down and drugged up
Have they been misss-diagnosed?  Are they actually suffering the effects of wireless radiation?
 Your Car Can Be Hacked
Why are more and more of us getting brain tumours?Daily Mail
Since 1970, the incidence of brain cancer in the UK has risen by 23 per cent in men and 25 per cent in women, according to  the charity Brain Tumour Research Campaign.
Madness in Quebec
Hydro-Québec plans to install 2 million more smart meters

Hydro-Québec is applying for a permit to install more than two million additional smart meters across the province, hoping to bring the total number to 3.8 million
A massive explosion of a bank of smart meters in Forest, Ontario
resulting from a power surge. It was pure luck that no one was badly injured or worse.  This article was published in the local newspaper.

Hydro Outage-Forest-11-07-13

Headline: Surge Blows Smart Meters, Leaves Neighbourhood Without Hydro

by Eric Nixon

Families on Eureka Street in Forest found out the Hydro One Smart Meters they have installed on their homes aren't quite as smart as they were led to believe. A power surge blew out between 60 and 70 of the meters on the street and led to hydro being shut off for more than a day, starting about 1:00 pm on Halloween.

Don Plowright, who lives with his wife in the Fairview Court Apartments, says the meters sustained a lot of damage. "Some of them blew right off and hit one of the windows," he remarks. "Ours was all blackened. The people next to us, the meter was blown right off and the wires were sticking out."

That led to Hydro One taking immediate action to prevent anyone from getting injured. "They cut all the wires leading into the apartment building, so that no one could get electrocuted," says Plowright.

Apparently, this was a totally new experience for the Hydro One crews. "They were really surprised. They said that they'd never had anything like this happen before. There's safety things that they have that if anything happens, it will short everything out. But, for some reason, it didn't. That's why all the things blew," Plowright recounts.

Hydro One employee Ron Core, one of the crew members onsite, says the surge was caused when a 16,000 volt line landed on a 2,000 volt line during the high winds last Thursday, blowing one transformer and destroying the Smart Meters.

Plowright was surprised how quickly workers managed to restore power. "One of the guys that came around first said that it wouldn't be done until Monday or Tuesday," he says. On Friday, a large number of Hydro One crews were onsite, along with electricians from private companies. "They were really working hard. They got everything done," says Plowright.

The Eureka Street resident says he's not impressed by the so-called Smart Meters – and he's not the only one. When they were installed at his former residence, Plowright says, "The guy that looked after that said they're not very good. Most of the old ones were made in Canada. These are made in China and they're not made to stand up to real rough weather. He didn't think much of them." The meters are manufactured by a company called Landis + Gyr, which is headquartered in Switzerland, but was bought by Toshiba Corporation of Japan in 2011.

One Eureka Street resident wondered how Hydro One was going to calculate hydro bills for residents, since the new meters were zeroed when they were installed. A Hydro One representative said off the record that he expected the residents' bills would be pro-rated based on their normal previous and current usage.

In addition to the Eureka Street outages, approximately 2,700 local Hydro One customers lost power on Halloween afternoon, but most had service restored by 4:00 the same day. For Plowright, he says the outage did not cause any damage in his house, other than water in the basement caused when the apartment's sump pump was shut down. "They had to have people come into each apartment to check that the wiring was okay," he says. As well, people were given papers by Hydro One representatives to report any damage that might have been caused by the outage.

In addition to the quick service by the workers, Plowright was grateful to Christ Church in Forest where he's a member of the congregation. "We had a lot of food that was in the freezer and they allowed us to put it in the freezer at the basement," he says.

Combined with the relatively mild temperatures for this time of year, the outage and the potential for danger caused by the blown Smart Meters ended up being more of an unwelcome inconvenience for the Eureka Street residents, one that was largely mitigated due to the speedy, professional efforts of the Hydro One crews involved.
'Super WiFi' heading for US campuses

WASHINGTON: So-called "Super WiFi," a new kind of wireless broadband, got a ... it is now starting to offer the service to 500 schools around the United States.
Will this cause even higher rates of depression and suicide?  Stay tuned.
9 Volt Battery Danger
If you store or carry 9 volt batteries to power your equipment, you should be aware of this danger
Ex Pharmacist EHS

is electro-hypersensitive, she had found a refuge invillage because Pailharès was very weakly covered by mobile telephony. But the installation of a base station again threatens her health. Where can she escape ? The ITV program is a supplement to the DVD "Search White desperately zone." Info:

Publiée le 16 nov. 2013

Isabelle est électro-hypersensible, elle s'est réfugiée à Pailharès car ce village était très faiblement couvert en téléphonie mobile. Mais l'installation d'une antenne relais vient à nouveau menacer sa santé. Où peut-elle fuir ? Cette ITV est un supplément de programme au DVD " Cherche zone blanche désespérément". Infos : www.electrosensible-zone-blanche-ehs-fil­


Alérgicos al WiFi condenados a vivir escondidos?

Allergic to WiFi? Condemned to hide ?

There are electro-sensitive people with this disease not covered by insurance and who are affected by waves WiFi everywhere.

Ukrainian town dismantles cell sites over cancer fears


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