The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution24 July 2015
New whistleblower evidence & court docs on "smart" meter fires, which are responsible for a growing number of homeowner deaths. How do hundreds of "smart" meters all explode simultaneously? Why is such utility negligence happening, and what can you DO about it?
It's worse than you think. Get the full story on the facts -- and your rights.
Excellent investigative video report by Brian Thiesen on the dangers of smart meter fires! You will see there are at least 4 different ways that 'smart meters' can cause fires.
See the series of expert speakers:
Bruce McGlauflin, attorney for the Friedman and the coalition, made an analogy to the legal battles over the safety of smoking in the 1960s, "when there was evidence but no scientific consensus, conclusive proof, or 'known' threat of cancer from cigarette smoking," he said.
He argues that the situation with RF radiation may be even worse, saying "(companies) were not pumping cigarette smoke into people's homes or charging them a monthly fee to avoid it."
Wi-Fi backlash is a trend accelerating among coffee shops, bars and restaurants, where a failure to see the benefits of Wi-Fi-induced turnover is encouraging many owners to restrict Wi-Fi or ban it.
Jeep owners urged to update their cars after hackers take remote control
Security experts are urging owners of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles vehicles to update their onboard software after hackers took control of a Jeep over the internet and disabled the engine and brakes and crashed it into a ditch.
A security hole in FCA's Uconnect internet-enabled software allows hackers to remotely access the car's systems and take control. Unlike some other cyberattacks on cars where only the entertainment system is vulnerable, the Uconnect hack affects driving systems from the GPS and windscreen wipers to the steering, brakes and engine control.
Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4 mn vehicles after Jeep hacked
UCLA Health hacked, 4.5 million victims
Hackers broke into the massive hospital network of the University of California, Los Angeles, accessing computers with sensitive records of 4.5 million people.
Names, medical information, Social Security numbers, Medicare numbers, health plan IDs, birthdays and physical addresses -- all were potentially stolen, according to the university.
The search for solitude in an internet of things
Some users claim the Apple Watch is burning their skin
Please RELOCATE the Calgary Cell Phone Tower Away from the Daycare Facility
Tinley Park has suspended its Public Works Director Dale Schepers, while the village is under scrutiny of its electronic SmartMeters water meters.
Villagers push for demolition of cell towers
The Calvary Hills Apas Residents' Organization (Charo) said that since 2000, 25 neighbors have died of cancer. Five residents died last year.
In a separate letter to the mayor, Charo president Porponio Lapa Jr. said that the demolition order be enforced to "spare them (residents) from mental anguish."
The installation of smart electric meters by a city-owned utility does not amount to a violation of a homeowner's constitutional rights against warrantless .
Dr. David Carpenter Shines on Witness Stand
CMP said when the meters were being introduced that they would usher in a new era of energy management and service.
But that hasn't happened. And the company's failure to meet its 2014 goals prompted regulators to take action and negotiate a settlement that reduced CMP's rates.
Living Nightmare: How SDG&E Smart Meter Led to Headaches, Hearing Loss
Shortly after, when I began to have ringing ears and sleeplessness, I wondered why but kept thinking it would disappear. I'd hear ringing in my ears no matter what time of day. Even in the night, and it would be more apparent when it was quiet, it seemed.
At night, I'd wake up suddenly around 2:00 or 2:30 AM, the same time every night, wide awake, and have trouble getting back to sleep for several hours. Some nights I didn't sleep much at all, just a couple of hours
In 2012, Naperville began replacing old electric meters, left, with smart meters, right, that transmit data wirelessly. (Chuck Berman, Chicago Tribune).
Calgary seeing spike in brain tumours
"We don't understand why there is this rapid increase, but it is scary," said Dr. Jacob Easaw, associate professor in the Southern Alberta Cancer Research Institute at the University of Calgary.
Doctors crunched the numbers and found a 30 per cent spike between 2012 and 2013, he says.
Cellphone Ordinance Puts Berkeley at Forefront of Radiation Debate
Your may distribute our response as you wish.
Electrosensitivity: finding France's last coverage-free zones
Protecting the Electric Grid from the Potential Threats of Solar Storms and Electromagnetic Pulse
'Eerie' music, man's voice creeps into nursery after baby monitor hacked
Police are warning owners of high-tech baby monitors to be cautious after a hacker took control of the camera on an Ontario couple's monitor, just as they were putting their two-year-old son to bed.
The boy's father told CTV London he was reading a bedtime story when he heard a noise coming from the camera, which he had mounted near the ceiling of his son's nursery so that he could watch him remotely through a smartphone application.
Number of Canadians impaired by strokes may rise 80% by 2038
The number of Canadians who are living with a long-term disability caused by a stroke is expected to jump by as much as 80 per cent over the next two decades, according to a new study.
A report published in the journal Stroke on Thursday indicates that by 2038 there could be between 654,000 and 726,000 Canadians dealing with the after-effects of the condition.
Speed-like stimulants prescribed for adult ADHD part of 'psychiatric fad,' risk being used for mental edge
Once considered rare, adult ADHD is rising sharply. In Canada, adults now account for more than a third of all prescriptions for ADHD medications, and while children still surpass adults as the main users of ADHD drugs (64 per cent versus 36 per cent), the number of adults on the drugs is increasing faster, according to Shire, makers of the ADHD drug Vyvanse.
Rights for children - New Zealand submission
Submission for approval to homeschool my children
Given the warnings being urged globally, and the information I have included in this submission, I assert that my children have an absolute right to a healthy home and school environment. For this reason I request that I be granted approval to homeschool my children rather than enroll them in a school that uses wi-fi, as each of the public schools in our district currently do.
My children also have what may be considered special education needs, as they are both very gifted and therefore they require more freedom to explore and develop their abilities than is possible in many mainstream schools as families with gifted children commonly acknowledge.
Thank you very much for your consideration of this matter. I look forward to hearing your response.
NB If further information is required regarding the controversy surrounding Government /Industry vs public health interests and RF radiofrequency radiation, I can provide this.
The Ministry of Health stated on 10/6/14 that the limits (for public exposure to radiation from cell phone towers, wifi, 'smart' meters and other wireless digital devices) in the NZ Standard 2772.1:1999 Radiofrequency Fields Part 1: Maximum exposure levels 3kHz to 300 GHz are
"based on all possible health effects, not just heating effects. The only effect for which there was sufficient evidence was heat stress. Reviews of research carried out since publication of NZS 2772.1:1999 have still found no clear evidence of any other effects."
(Don Mackie, Chief Medical Officer, Ministry of Health)
This Ministry of Health advice is in direct contradiction to the knowledge that at least one telecommunications company has about the effects of artificial radiation exposure. For example, Swisscom, in 2004 filed a patent to 'reduce the wifi emissions that contribute to the electromagnetic pollution known as electrosmog'.
This patent states:
"The influence of electrosmog on the human body is a known problem."
"When, for example, human blood cells are irradiated with electromagnetic fields, clear damage to hereditary material has been demonstrated and there have been indications of an increased cancer risk."
The Ministry of Health advice to the public is also in direct contradiction to the evidence reported in numerous (non-industry funded) scientific studies completed since the 1970s that show direct effects on health from exposure to radiofrequency fields, including the Bioinitiative Report (www.biointiative.org) which was updated in 2012 to include 1800 more studies investigating the biological effects of radiofrequency radiation at exposure levels much lower than those permitted in New Zealand by the standard NZS 2772.1:1999.
The Ministry of Health advice is also contradictory to the information in the biannual literature reviews carried out by its own advisor Dr Sophie Walker of Crown Research Institute ESR. Her August 2013 review summarised for the Government a large amount of international research showing non-thermal biological effects from radiofrequency radiation exposure. The Government has since ceased funding for Dr Walker to review RF EMR research.
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