Thursday, December 29, 2016

WEEP News / BioInitiative "No Confidence" WHO EMF Program / CRTC declares / WiFi allergy / Doctors Wi Fi Compilation / Officials weigh risks / Death Stats U-Turn / Digital heroin / etc.

W.E.E.P.  EMF News

The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution

29 December 2016

BioInitiative Working Group Issues a "No Confidence" Letter to the WHO EMF Program Manager

The BioInitiative Working Group has advised the World Health Organization's Dr. Emilie van Deventer that the membership composition of the RF Environmental Health Criteria Core Group is unacceptable.  WHO is urged to make changes to the WHO RF EHC Core Group membership to more fairly reflect membership and expertise of the 2011 IARC RF Working Group.  At present the WHO RF EHC Core Group is indistinguishable from ICNIRP (1, 2) undermining credibility of the process and ensuring doubt about conclusions. Even if schedule delays occur as a result...
CRTC declares broadband internet access a basic service
Canada - The CRTC also wants to reduce the occurrence of dropped calls and spotty mobile coverage across the country and on major roads. The ruling identifies LTE as the service standard.
In telecommunication, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for high-speed wireless communication for mobile phones and data terminals, based on the GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA technologies

WiFi allergy woman can't leave her house


The Daily Telegraph (London, UK) 

Wednesday, Dec 21, 2016

A former nurse claims she is housebound due to a rare condition that means she is allergic to all WiFi and phone signals.

Kim De'Atta, from Glastonbury, Somerset, rarely sees friends and family because electromagnetic waves give her migraines, fatigue and even infections.

She has to wear a shielded bed net on the rare occasions she leaves home and can only visit places with poor mobile phone reception.

She claims the debilitating condition has forced her to move home twice due to phone masts being built nearby. She hopes that speaking out about electrosensitivy will help people understand her unusual condition and be more sympathetic.

Ms De'Atta said: "Most of the time people think I am mad. It is so difficult because people are not feeling it themselves. I have not seen friends and family for so long. I have had two visitors for half a day each this year. It's heartbreaking, really."

Doctors Letters on Wi Fi in Schools - Full Compilation
Here is an up-to-date 154-page pdf compendium of various MDs', MD groups', and PhDs' correspondence and postings regarding Wi-Fi radiation in schools et al. 

Worcester School Officials weigh risks of Wi-Fi signals

Worcester is just the second school district in the state to adopt such guidelines, which encourage steps such as keeping laptops and other Wi-Fi-enabled devices out of laps, and turning them off when they're not in use. The Ashland school system implemented its own recommendations, which Worcester school officials used as a template for theirs, a year ago.
In both cases, the move to explore the murky territory of electromagnetic radiation originated with local residents who have become passionate advocates for rolling back the reach of wireless internet.
For the first time in two decades, life expectancy has declined in the U.S.1,2,3 Obesity appears to have a major role along with the rising rates of eight leading causes of death, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and dementia, the latter of which rose by 15.7 percent rise between 2014 and 2015.
This decline in life expectancy is a "uniquely American phenomenon." No other developed countries experienced this decline.

But it's even worse than we think.

We now know that those iPads, smartphones and Xboxes are a form of digital drug. Recent brain imaging research is showing that they affect the brain's frontal cortex — which controls executive functioning, including impulse control — in exactly the same way that cocaine does. Technology is so hyper-arousing that it raises dopamine levels — the feel-good neurotransmitter most involved in the addiction dynamic — as much as sex.

This addictive effect is why Dr. Peter Whybrow, director of neuroscience at UCLA, calls screens "electronic cocaine" and Chinese researchers call them "digital heroin." In fact, Dr. Andrew Doan, the head of addiction research for the Pentagon and the US Navy — who has been researching video game addiction — calls video games and screen technologies "digital pharmakeia" (Greek for drug).

EMF Refugee
February 6, 2014  The fire I reported on my blog from PA has certainly been under-reported and mostly kept "under wraps."  I would say that this fire is very graphic because it was filmed as it happened and there is no doubt on the cause.  This is what can happen due to a smart meter.  It has been frustrating it has not received more attention.
Smart Meter Fires and Insurance Companies

One question that no one seems able to answer is why the insurance companies are not raising concerns about these fire hazards. They say they will pay the claims. It is likely that they will inspect as much as possible given the smeters are often taken before an inspector arrives. If they believe the smeter was responsible they have the right/duty to subrogate the claims, charging the utility and/or the meter manufacturer for repayment. This could take time but the customer is never informed, the insurance report is not shared so the victim is never allowed to know that the meter was the cause. Victims have been told that the report belongs to the insurer, not to the policyholder. The victim has to pay the deductible and the insurer has the right to increase premiums. Many insurers say that in all cases of claims the premiums will increase as much as 30% for several years. Even if the insurance company is compensated and, therefore, suffers no loss, the customer is not aware of it and is not compensated for the deductible or the additional premiums paid.

How is this right? And why aren't people going after the insurers for keeping silent about this risk? If the insurers were suffering losses (e.g. not being reimbursed through subrogation) they would be insisting that the meters be removed and replaced with safe ones. Isn't it the insurance industry's fiduciary responsibility to warn the public about a dangerous product?   We've seen warnings about things like hoodies when one or two people have problems with the strings getting caught.  How many homes must burn, how many lives put at risk before the insurance companies warn about the dangers posed by smart meters ?

I have tried to get answers about this from the insurance commissioner in Canada who sent me to the provincial commissioner who sent me to my insurance company who sent me to the federal insurance commissioner. No answers. They all acted as if this were something they've never considered.

All responses individuals have rec'd from their insurers so far have been the same. They will increase premiums and we do not have the right to get involved. It is between the insurance company and the utility co., and/or the manufacturer. To me this seems like a win-win for the insurance company.


Water meter "intelligent:" an electrosensitive gets its withdrawal

France ordered the dismantling of a smart meter from an apt of a woman with EHS, a first.  The court ordered its removal, recognizing that the smart meter and wi-fi from all the neighboring apartments were causing her negative health symptoms

below is a roughly translated article

The Courthouse of Grenoble, October 15, 2012

The Court of First Instance of Grenoble ordered in mid-November the withdrawal of the radio frequency water meter from the home of an electrosensitive Isère, it was learned Friday to his lawyer Jean-Pierre Joseph and Next-Up Association.

In this judgment presented as "a first" by Mr. Joseph and of which AFP has obtained a copy, the court demands to be removed "the water meter installed in the apartment of Mrs. C. and that installed in the boiler room and to replace them by counters with an annual statement ".


A New Paradigm in EMF Science

One of the most striking aspects about the FCC is that the agency does not have the expertise to determine the safety of electromagnetic fields. It is legally tasked with one of the most important public safety issues, but essentially takes no responsibility. Instead, it counts on private and semi-private scientific organizations to inform it.
Computers for Success Canada
They provide free computers for non profit groups in need.

Smart meters monitor home energy usage in minute detail in real time.
Passage of the bill would allow Missourians to protect their own privacy (and their health).
Living in an Electrical Cage Without Knowing It?
Recent article in the Health Fitness Magazine
The final report, filed with the B.C. Utilities Commission last week, confirms that the project to install 1.93 million meters with two-way wireless communication came in about $150 million under the project budget of $930 million.

European Union Bans Amalgam Fillings for Children and Pregnant or Nursing Women

"The next generation of Europe's children are safe from toxic dental mercury," proclaims Charlie Brown, president of Consumers for Dental Choice and the umbrella World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry. 
Japanese Radiation Madness?
The Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry announced on Monday a finalized plan to establish 30,000 Wi-Fi access points nationwide in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Human Voltage
All atoms, chemicals and cells produce electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Every organ in the body produces its own signature bio-electromagnetic field. Science has proven that our bodies project their own magnetic fields and that all 70 trillion cells in the body communicate via electromagnetic frequencies. Nothing happens in the body without an electromagnetic exchange. It has been definitely established by physicists, that when a moving electric charge is accelerated or retarded in any way, a wave of electromagnetic disturbance radiates out through the surrounding space.
Microwave propagation in time and space like sound

Anyone used to measuring microwaves with quality meters* should be used to the fact that microwaves propagate not linear but more like in bulbs.

Based on data from other states, I have always said APS's "smart" grid was a boondoggle that does not pencil out for anyone except APS and its shareholders. Now we have proof from APS's own numbers.
Startup Says Beaming Millimeter Waves Over the Air Will Make It a Star in Ultra-Fast Wireless Broadband

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