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Telecommunications- Authority to Permit the Installation of Stand-Alone Antenna Poles
Published on Dec 2, 2013 Dr Anthony Miller from the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health presents to Toronto Council that RF exposure should be classified as a 2A (probable carcinogen), not a 2B (possible carcinogen)
This is a 3-minute video of a November 2013 presentation by Dr. Anthony B. Miller in which he states his belief that wireless radiation would be classified "2A PROBABLE HUMAN CARCINOGEN" if it were evaluated today. Dr. Miller sat on the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) committee when IARC made the decision to classify radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (wireless radiation from any sources) as a "Category 2B possible human carcinogen" (May 2011).
This clip is his presentation to Toronto Councillors at the City of Toronto Government Management Committee regarding the proliferation of increased density of wireless radiation emitted by cellular network towers/antennas installed below 15-metre height in Toronto.
A new apparatus capable of spying on you has been installed throughout downtown Seattle. Very few citizens know what it is, and officials don't want to talk about it.
"If you're walking around downtown Seattle, look up: You'll see off-white boxes, each one about a foot tall with vertical antennae, attached to utility poles. If you're walking around downtown while looking at a smartphone, you will probably see at least one--and more likely two or three--Wi-Fi networks named after intersections: "4th&Seneca," "4th&Union," "4th&University," and so on. That is how you can see the Seattle Police Department's new wireless mesh network, bought from a California-based company called Aruba Networks, whose clients include the Department of Defense, school districts in Canada, oil-mining interests in China, and telecommunications companies in Saudi Arabia.
"The question is: How well can this mesh network see you? . . .
New York Times: By GINA KOLATA
"In a chilling episode of "Homeland" last year, a terrorist killed the vice president with a fiendishly clever weapon: a remote-control device that attacked the computerized defibrillator implanted in his chest.
For former Vice President Dick Cheney, it was all too realistic.
"Mr. Cheney, who had heart disease for decades before receiving a transplant last year, had such an implant to regulate his heart rate and shock his heart back into life, if necessary. The defibrillator could be reprogrammed wirelessly from a short distance away. In 2007, he had the wireless feature disabled. About the "Homeland" scenario, Mr. Cheney said on the Oct. 20 episode of "60 Minutes": "I found it credible. It was an accurate portrayal of what was possible."
"But was it really? Medical experts say the answers are surprisingly complicated. "Mr. Cheney's cardiologist, Dr. Jonathan Reiner of George Washington University, said in the "60 Minutes" interview that he agreed with his patient. . . .
New York (News & Politics)
"Last week, Apple released an iOS 7 fix, addressing user complaints that the mobile operating system was making them queasy. ("Note to self: get Dramamine," Mia Farrow tweeted.) It's not the only tech-induced ailment; office drones and teen phone addicts alike are coming down with illnesses as trendy as the devices that inflict them. According to recent research, that hunchback you're developing might really be your cell phone's fault. . . .
Dr. Amy Dean, DO, FAAEM
"Dr. Dean is dedicated to finding and treating the cause of disease, which is often rooted in the environment. She is board certified in environmental medicine and internal medicine. She is president of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine."
Several news outlets including the New York Times and the Washington Post, reported last week that Aaron Alexis, the navy yard shooter, was driven by delusions and a belief that he was being controlled and influenced by electromagnetic waves. According to Reuters, Alexis suffered from insomnia and reportedly "felt vibrations through his hotel room wall".
Practical Steps to Reduce Your Exposure - Wireless, Dirty Electricity, Power Lines, Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation
Warnings and Recommended Alternatives for:
Microwave Radiation: Home Phones, Internet, Wi-Fi, Cell Tower/Mobile Phone Masts, External Wireless Radiation, Cell Phones, Microwave Ovens, E-book Readers, DECT Baby Monitors
Intermediate Frequencies: Lights, switches, T.V. treadmill, Other Sources of Digital Harmonics Including Digital Displays, Projectors, Laptops, etc.
Powerline, Magnetic and Electric: Computer Monitor, Alarm Clock, Laptop, Audio Headset, Lamps and Lightbulbs, Power Supply, Power Lines, Wall Wiring, Sewing Machine, Hair Dryer, Bed, Massage Chair, Electric Blanket, Cars and Buses
Ionizing Radiation: Radon, Airplane Flights, X-Rays, UV Light
Plus Links to Additional Information and Resources
Parts One and Two
I highly recommend reading and watching anything you can find by this wonderful man. This is the real story of the dangers of EMFs now irradiating almost all of humanity.
"Barrie Trower is a British physicist and former microwave weapons expert for the Royal Navy and the British Secret Service. During the 1960's, he was trained at the "Government Microwave Warfare Establishment".
"Barrie talks about the dangers of our wireless society and explains the technology behind it - what this technology is used for in society today and its potential uses in the future."
Radio Frequency Wireless Technology in Medical Devices
Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff
Document issued on: August 14, 2013
The draft of this document was issued on January 3, 2007.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Food and Drug Administration
Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories
Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research
3. Considerations for Design, Testing, and Use of Wireless Medical Devices
iPhones on Planes Blamed for Navigation Disruption (Alan Levin in Washington May, 2013)
"The regional airliner was climbing past 9,000 feet when its compasses went haywire, leading pilots several miles off course until a flight attendant persuaded a passenger in row 9 to switch off an Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone.
"Even Delta Air Lines Inc., which argued for relaxed rules, told the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration its pilots and mechanics reported 27 suspected incidents of passenger electronics causing aircraft malfunctions from 2010 to 2012.
"The timing of the cellphone being turned off coincided with the moment where our heading problem was solved," the unidentified co-pilot told NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System about the 2011 incident. The plane landed safely.
"Public figures from U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill to actor Alec Baldwin have bristled at what they say are excessive rules restricting use of tablets, smartphones, laptops and other devices during flights.
"More than a decade of pilot reports and scientific studies tell a different story. Government and airline reporting systems have logged dozens of cases in which passenger electronics were suspected of interfering with navigation, radios and other aviation equipment.
"The FAA in January appointed an advisory committee from the airline and technology industries to recommend whether or how to broaden electronics use in planes. The agency will consider the committee's recommendations, which are expected in July, it said in a statement.
"Laboratory tests have shown some devices broadcast radio waves powerful enough to interfere with airline equipment, according to NASA, aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co. (BA) and the U.K.'s Civil Aviation Authority. . . .
RADIO INTERVIEW: Tune in as Dr. Sam Milham explains our power grid and shares his insights about the steps we can take, personally and socially, to protect ourselves against dirty electricity.
IT'S RAINMAKING TIME
Dirty Electricity and Disease
by KIM GREENHOUSE on JUNE 10, 2013
Dr. Sam Milham M.D. M.P.H. was the first scientist to alert the world to the dangers of dirty electricity. In his book Dirty Electricity: Electrification and the Diseases of Civilization, he explains the link between electromagnetic field exposure and the rise of suicide rates and epidemic diseases like cancer and diabetes. Dr. Milham joins us to discuss the deleterious health effects of our current electrical system and the rapid proliferation of cellular and wifi technology. We will explore the first and second waves of illnesses from electrification, the evidence that residential electrification caused a spike in childhood leukemia, the low occurrence of cancer in Amish communities, the underbelly of wind and solar as they relate to dirty electricity, and other startling discoveries about long-term exposure to electromagnetic fields.
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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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