The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution24 May 2015
City of Berkeley to require cellphone sellers to warn of possible radiation risks
In Tasmania, smart meters are optional
Wi Fi Dangers - French language
TFO aired these 2 segments last weekend: (some English interviews)
The publishers of the Larousse Dictionary in France, which is THE authoritative dictionary of the French language, has included <électrosensibilité> "EHS" on the list of its 150 new words for its 2016 edition.
L'électrosensibilité"ensemble des troubles physiques dus, selon la description des personnes atteintes, à une sensibilité excessive aux ondes et aux champs électromagnétiques ambiants".
Seen At 11: Woman Says Her Wi-Fi Connection Is Making Her Sick
Many of the billing problems stem from the installation of 'smart meters' that have been heralded by both the Government and the European Union
Maine opponents of smart meters take case to court of last resort
Many people currently acutely sensitive to RF/EMF can feel virtually each signal. Smart meters in Maine while only transmitting for a short total time of perhaps a few minutes, can transmit upwards of 170,000 micro-bursts per day in no regular pattern. That's the equivalent of one signal every 2 seconds. If this creates an adverse effect whether pain or vertigo, it is nothing less than torture, a word often used to describe RF exposure symptoms.
Woodstock NY Residents Demand Free Analog Meter Opt Out
Passed by the legislative assembly on December 9, 2014, the act also known as "Bill 8" extends Ombudsman scrutiny to the so-called "MUSH sector" for the first time in the office's 40-year history.
"We look forward to bringing the same level of oversight to municipalities, universities and school boards as we always have to provincial organizations," said Ontario Ombudsman André Marin. The ombudsman's office has reached out to these sectors and will release more details in the coming weeks.
Not just you, cell tower radiation killing birds
Honeybees' Mysterious Die-Off Appears to Worsen
How does digital affect Canadian attention spans?
Commonwealth Club of California - Monday, June 22nd, 11:30-3:30 p.m. (light lunch at 11:00 a.m.)
$11 students (with valid ID)
Can you ride a bike?
This is fantastic and tells us so much about how our brains function.
Ever hear that phrase "It's just like riding a bike?" It turns out riding a bike isn't actually all that easy. Take this bike, for example.
It looks like an ordinary bicycle but with one tiny difference. You may think you can ride it, but I guarantee you're wrong.
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W.E.E.P. The Canadian initiative to stop: Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution