Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News24 April 2012
Michigan Stop Smart Meters says the devices threaten residents' privacy, health, safety and pocketbooks.
The event will include the presentation, "'Smart' Meters Helping Us or Hurting Us?" addressed by a panel of speakers, and will be followed by an open discussion.
Lectures will include the future of "smart appliances" and how residents can protect themselves from the downsides of these technological advances.
Smart Meters were designed as advanced utility meters that can record a business or consumer's energy, water or gas usage in real time and in greater detail.
Groups like Michigan Stop Smart Meters say they are concerned about how the utility-backed meters threaten residents in various ways. They point to the privacy concerns of breaking down home activity by the minute, economic concerns about the high rates consumers pay and dangers from the meters continual emission of electromagnetic radiation.
Here's a look at what the speakers will specifically cover in tonight's Michigan Stop Smart Meetings event:
Dr. Richard Meltzer Overview: Meltzer will take a look at how society got to the point of "smart" appliances being forced upon citizens and why regulators have failed to ask the right questions or obtain meaningful evidence on which to base decisions.
Diana Ostermann Harmful Radio Pulse: Ostermann will draw on her background as a retired manager in the cell phone industry to explain how "smart" meter radiation has effects that can outweigh those from cell phone usage.
David Sheldon Threat to Privacy: Sheldon's background in physics and economics will guide him in explaining how "smart" appliances are an invasion of privacy and economically inevitable if citizens don't put a stop to it.
Admission is free and light refreshments will be provided.
Wireless Antenna Siting Forum set for May 1 in Ottawa
The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) will be hosting a series of panel discussions in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. With participation from all orders of government and the wireless industry, the Wireless Antenna Siting Forum will explore how key stakeholders can work together to develop efficient and effective protocols for wireless infrastructure installations. Visit the CWTA website for complete details about the event. Registration is required.
The non-increase in Noric countries is a myth that is being promoted by industry-funded scientists like Röösli and Feychting and the ICNIRP guideline faithful cartel of experts.
The Nordic trends are heterogenic: Norway shows increasing trends while Sweden, known for reporting problems and low quality registries show flat trend.
In Denmark there is a 40% increase in brain tumours among men between 2001 and 2010.
In Sweden most brain tumours that are not analysed by a pathologist are not reported to the registries. A recent government report shows that Sweden has a serious lack of pathologists: 100% more or the double are needed.
In spite of these facts, Röösli choses to spread the myth about the Nordic brain tumour trends
Distributed on April 22.
Center for Safer Wireless
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Paper presented at the "Workshop on Possible Biological and Health Effects of RF Electromagnetic Fields", Mobile Phone and Health Symposium, Oct 25-28, 1998, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria. Published on www.mapcruzin.com with the permission of the author, Dr. Henry Lai.
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