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and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
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PRESS RELEASE: Group of Ukrainian scientists assesses available studies on ROS
This report reviewed 80 studies and found 76 that confirmed that even low levels of RF exposure can do serious harm, especially to DNA.
It is time to demand that the authorities implement the precautionary principle and remove Wi-Fi from schools and smart meters from homes. Our Public Health authority needs to finally admit that the evidence of harm calls for immediate action.
" . . . Last year, California's Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) was required after an investigation to pay $390,000 to the state's General Fund after it was discovered that they were spying on anti-smart meter activist groups.
"Imagine if AT&T set out to install FCC-regulated cell network repeaters on everyone's rooftops -- all homes in the US -- without permission or compensation. That they just went out and did it, in the interest of improving their network coverage, and improving their for-profit bottom line," Josh del Sol, a researcher and director of a documentary titled "Take Back Your Power," said to FoxNews.com. "Pretty ridiculous, right? This is theft, and if they were a government agency it would be an obvious violation of the latter part of the Fifth Amendment in addition to the Fourth."
"How, pray tell, are utilities able to get away with what amounts to the exact same thing," he added. "They [power utilities] would say that 'they have easement,' but does this easement include the right to broadcast an FCC-regulated microwave transmitter on your home, taking your private property to do so, for their benefit, and without your consent?" . . .
Potential health risks from wireless radiation
"The Google Glass emits more wireless radiation than most cell phones on the market, but unlike cell phone users, Glass users may be wearing this device on their heads for more than 12 hours a day putting their health at risk. . . .
"Just because these devices are legal does not mean they are safe. . . .
Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto: Company paid $3.3B for spectrum in federal auction earlier this year
Vancouver: north to Pender, south to Howe; east to Beach and west to Broughton; parts of Barclay to Georgia; Denman to Lost Lagoon.
Calgary: 10th Avenue S.W. to Prince's Island Park and 11th Street S.W. to First Street S.W.
Toronto: west to Yonge east to the DVP; north to Rosedale Valley Rd. (just north of Bloor) and south to Carlton.
"The company will be rolling out the spectrum gradually on its high-speed LTE network across the country, in both urban and rural areas. . . .
"The federal government earned $5.27 billion from the auction of 97 licences for the coveted 700-megahertz spectrum, which was previously used for over-the-air analog TV signals . . . .
Letter of accommodation from the Group President of Canada Post's Physical Delivery Network
The attached letter is from Canada Post recognizing the need to accommodate people with EHS.
" . . . As a customer-focussed company, we are very much aware of the need to provide barrier-free access to our post offices and dealerships . . . thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. We remain committed to providing you and other customers with efficient and accessible service at all times."
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING USDOJ SMART METER COMPLAINTS - U.S. Department of Justice
The U.S. Dept. of Justice is considering the smart meter problem. If they receive numerous complaints, it could really turn the tide. Pass this on to every legally disabled person you know who is sickened by RF radiation from smart meters. Now is the time to do our part and be heard. This is the time for action. File a complaint if you have been denied an accommodation (keeping your analog meter, being denied a zone of safety) or if you are being charged for the accommodation you were granted. Keep on track. This is not the place or the time to debate the dangers of smart meters. At this time, this is specifically about violation of the A.D.A. law. . .
VIDEO includes a metering demonstration of the RF emissions transmitted from an ERT Fortis Central Hudson 'smart' meter.
C4ST - RSC Conflicted Review of Safety Code 6 Released
Two Scientists Break Silence on "Major Flaws" in Royal Society's Recent Report on Safety of Cell Phones and Towers, Smart Meters and Wi-Fi -
C4ST - CNW - April 14, 2014:
OTTAWA, April 14, 2014 /CNW/ - Two peer reviewers involved in this month's Royal Society report on wireless safety say the results cannot be trusted, because the Panel ignored evidence that wireless radiation is harmful to humans.
The scientific reviewers also said key panelists were in conflict of interest as they regularly accept funding from wireless and energy companies.
One of the reviewers, Dr. Martin Blank, holds two PhD's and has published more than 200 papers at Columbia University on the health effects of wireless radiation. The other reviewer, Dr. Anthony Miller MD, is Professor Emeritus at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto.
Both say the Royal Society panel ignored scientific evidence published over the past five years. As peer reviewers, they noted some panelists were conflicted and others lacked sufficient expertise.
"The Royal Society panel has failed in its obligation to the public," said Dr. Miller. "It ignored recent evidence that wireless radiation is a probable carcinogen."
Dr. Miller said he is most concerned about involuntary exposure, such as children exposed to Wi-Fi in schools.
Dr. Blank said the Royal Society dismissed definitive studies that prove wireless radiation causes harm to human cells, including sperm cells when men carry phones in their pockets.
"We don't need further study to lower safety limits," said Dr. Blank. "There is already enough evidence to recommend lower limits for wireless radiation in Canada."
The Royal Society's panel has been mired in controversy. Last summer, the original Chair resigned after a conflict of interest was exposed in the media. The Royal Society promised to publish the remaining scientists' conflicts in its final report, but did not.
SOURCE Canadians for Safe Technology (C4ST)
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Subject: RSC Peer Reviewers Break Their Silence
Two Scientists Break Silence on "Major Flaws" in Royal Society's Recent Report on Safety of Cell Phones, Cell Towers and Wi-Fi
"Ottawa - Two peer reviewers involved in this month's Royal Society report on wireless safety say the results cannot be trusted, because the Panel ignored evidence that wireless radiation is harmful to humans.
"The scientific reviewers also said key panelists were in conflict of interest as they regularly accept funding from wireless and energy companies.
"One of the reviewers, Dr. Martin Blank, holds two PhD's and has published more than 200 papers at Columbia University on the health effects of wireless radiation. The other reviewer, Dr. Anthony Miller MD, is Professor Emeritus at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto.
"Both say the Royal Society panel ignored scientific evidence published over the past five years. As peer reviewers, they noted some panelists were conflicted and others lacked sufficient expertise.
"The Royal Society panel has failed in its obligation to the public," said Dr. Miller. "It ignored recent evidence that wireless radiation is a probable carcinogen." . . .
Interview on Newstalk 1290 CJBK - London Ontario, April 12, 2014
Following the publication of the RSC Review of Health Canada's Safety Code 6, Frank Clegg speaks to Andy Oudman and Pam Killeen on Newstalk 1290 and explains why he's unhappy with the "rubber stamp" that the RSC has given, and what is next . . . .
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Citizens For Safe Technology
"Wi-Fi: Is It Safe?"
Citizens for Safe Technology is a not-for-profit educational society made up of parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, scientists, politicians and lawyers concerned about the exponential increase in public exposure to harmful wireless technologies.
We believe a profound urgency exists to protect the unsuspecting public, especially children, youth and pregnant mothers from unsafe wireless technologies.
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