The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution23 August 2013
Live Blood Analysis - Observable Effects of RF/MW Radiation via Smart Meters
Doctors sound alarm on child fitness and health
New report prompts fears over soaring obesity, showing half of seven-year-olds are not doing enough exercise. By the final year of primary school 33.9% of pupils are either overweight (14.7%) or obese (19.2%).
The South African Education Department has ignored all warnings on wireless transmissions.
Laptop use lowers student grades, experiment shows
Laptops have replaced pen and paper for many post-secondary students but a Canadian study suggests using computers during lectures could be hurting their grades and lowering their classmates' marks.
Officials had hoped students would use the service to complete homework assignments. But the majority of students, roughly 60 per cent, used the Wi-Fi primarily for entertainment purposes.
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There are 3,200 utilities that make up the U.S. electrical grid, selling $400 billion worth of electricity each year. And they are doomed, says David Crane, CEO of NRG Energy.
Some customers, particularly in the sunny West and high-cost Northeast, already realize that "they don't need the power industry at all," Crane says.
Vikram Tiwathia, Associate Director General of COAI, feels that there is no proof whatsoever that radiation caused by using cellphones result in cancer
BC Center for Disease Control on oxidative stress from RFs and link to infertility and neurodegenerative diseases
In the need to understand how harm is caused by exposure to microwave radiofrequency radiation, the review panel noted that "oxidative stress seems one of the more plausible mechanisms of RF-induced sperm damage. Mechanisms by which oxidative stress is caused by increased ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) and decreased antioxidant have been shown to exist in neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's."
Another Huge Conflict of Interest - Royal Society review panel member Louise Lemrye
New information received through access to information
Dr. Louise Lemyre (University of Ottawa)
Dr Louise Lemyre, Ph.D. is a Full Professor at the School of Psychology, Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of the Royal Society of Canada, and the McLaughlin Research Chair on Psychosocial Risk at the Institute of Population Health of the University of Ottawa, where she leads a research unit on psychosocial analysis of health 'GAP-Santé'. She obtained her Master's degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and her doctorate at Université Laval in Social Psychology. She then went for an interdisciplinary postdoctorate in social epidemiology and medical sociology at the British MRC Social Research Unit at the University of London, UK. Her work examines the social environment, especially risk perception, risk communication and risk management, in the context of public health and public safety. She was the founding scientific leader of the national Psychosocial Cluster of the Center for Security Science Canada.
KREWSKI, Daniel, Ph.D., MHA
Chief Risk Scientist, CEO
Daniel Krewski is the co-founder, with Greg Paoli, of Risk Sciences International.
Dead dolphins washing up on Virginia Beach
Wi-Fi sensitivity solution sought on ferries
A two-hour trip into the city can leave her fatigued for the rest of the day. Campbell avoids restaurants, coffee shops, movie theatres and anywhere she expects exposure.
The situation impelled Campbell to call on B.C. Ferries to provide a way to limit exposure to the ship's wireless technology while on voyages to the Mainland.
Extra-low-frequency magnetic fields alter cancer cells through metabolic restriction
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