Ladies and Gentlemen, The death of an Irish teenager who fell ill during his final year exams is tragic. No reason for his death is mentioned in published reports and to attribute a cause would be speculative at best.
It is appropriate to point out that classrooms in the school he attended are wi-fi enabled. In the context of the deaths of young people and school environment, caution is further indicated by the deaths of two teenagers – both from cancer, both in the same week, both attending the same school in Maynooth, Co. Kildare recently.
This loss of young people is a tragedy that continues to unfold if the stories outlined at The Cormac Trust are a sampling of what this generation is facing.
The concerns of the parents in Ripon, California (see below) are therefor, well placed. The increasing globalization of physics through electrical technology means that the deaths of children in Ireland relate directly to every community on the planet.
Now, there are plans to make Ireland the first country to be completely geographically bathed in 5G signals. Young people in Ireland are dying. This should be a warning signal to the rest of the world.
Further, the Irish government has lowered the costs of frequency licences from 4G to 5G, making it more economic to expose children to the dangers of electrical radiation.
To exacerbate the exposure to the people of Ireland, there are plans to provide “free Wi-Fi” for towns across the country with incentives from the European Union.
Humanity is being exposed to artificial radiation on an organized basis. Note the links between the United States and China through the JUCCCE program and the U.S. Department of Commerce-funded link between the Austin, Texas emergency service and the University of Padua in Italy. (Link below from Microwave Journal.)
In essence, governments are using public tax moneys to jeopardize and control the very people they are entrusted to protect, creating what Dr. Martin Pall says is the worst public health crisis “I’ve ever heard of”. (See Pall’s comments below.) Dr. Pall’s observation relates directly to comments made on by Virginia Farver during the Dave Hodges interview.
Thank you to Paul Doyon of EMF Refugee for his work on the threat to nature from electromagnetic radiation.
Please circulate widely.
Amazon is leading tech’s takeover of America
Tentacles of a handful of tech giants are reaching into industries no one ever expected them to, reshaping our world in their image
Why does a phone maker get into banking transactions? Why does a social network build a virtual-reality headset? Why does an online retailer buy a grocery chain?
Amazon . com Inc.’s just-announced $13.7 billion bid to acquire Whole Foods Market Inc. is just the most extreme example of a larger, more consequential phenomenon: America’s biggest tech companies are spreading their tentacles, pushing into complementary businesses in a play to sustain growth as they saturate the market for their existing goods. Led by hard-charging executives, these companies are fueled by classic ambition—combined with the almost messianic attitude of those in Silicon Valley that tech can fix every industry on Earth.
The impact of all this is clear: Existing businesses that can’t respond by becoming tech companies themselves are going to get bought or bulldozed, and power and wealth will be concentrated in the hands of a few companies in a way not seen since the Gilded Age.
Dirty electricity from LEDs
Many folks interested high fidelity sound systems or low-EMF environments want to minimize electromagnetic interference (AKA: EMI, High-Voltage Transients, Electrical Noise, and Dirty Electricity) from lighting systems. Compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) – the curly pig tail variety with some mercury in them – are notoriously “dirty” and create significant EMI. As the lighting industry and energy code gravitate toward Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), more and more are curious about dirty electricity
The end of car ownership
Ride sharing and self-driving vehicles will redefine our relationship with cars. Auto makers and startups are already gearing up for the change.
Cars are going to undergo a lot of changes in the coming years.
One of the biggest: You probably won’t own one.
Thanks to ride sharing and the looming introduction of self-driving vehicles, the entire model of car ownership is being upended—and very soon may not look anything like it has for the past century.
Drivers, for instance, may no longer be drivers, relying instead on hailing a driverless car on demand, and if they do decide to buy, they will likely share the vehicle—by renting it out to other people when it isn’t in use.
Major Canadian study finds cell phone use increases risk for brain cancer
American Journal of Epidemiology publishes new analysis which finds a doubling of brain cancer in persons using cell phones over 558 hours
A newly published report in the American Journal of Epidemiology just released this week, confirms that Canadians who have used cellphones for 558 hours or more have more than a doubled risk of braincancer. These important findings strengthen the association between glioma, an aggressive brain cancer, and cell phone use.
From the study: For glioma, the odds ratio comparing highest quartile of use (over 558 lifetime hours) to non-regular users was 2.0.
Electronic weapons, radio frequency radiation, remote manipulation of the human nervous system
New World Order weapon ban. Open letter to the European Commission
In mid March 2016 the Polish defense minister Antoni Macierewicz visited the University of Father Tadeusz Rydzyk to participate in the discussion on problems of contemporary politics, armed conflicts and terrorism. One of the listeners asked him, whether Poland has got a strategy, how to solve illegal experiments with electromagnetic weapons on unwitting Polish citizens. Antoni Macieriwicz replied that his ministry is conducting an analysis on this subject and that he is going to establish a commission, which will investigate the complaints of Polish citizens.
We are Onzo – we monetize customer data
We are Onzo. We help energy utilities globally to build better relationships with their customers, serve them more efficiently and serve them a more in effective way. How do we do this? We take energy consumption data from smart meters and censors. We analyze it using our patented algorithms and build a highly personalized profile for each and every utility customer. We then tag this profile with the key behavioral, attitudinal and lifestyle characteristics that we identify. We even tag the appliances that we see being used in the home. We then use this characterized profile to give the utility three things.
- One, customer engagement apps that educate the end customer, build levels of trust and ultimately reduce customer churn. (churn means to reduce “customer agitation” my comment)
- Two,a detailed description of each end customer that helps the utility to provide more appropriate services and highly targeted sales campaigns.
- Three, the ability to monetize their customer data by providing a direct link to appropriate third-party organizations based on the customer’s identified character.
Doucette: Protecting ourselves from two-way microwave radiation
Pylons in Co. Cavan
Watch: ‘We’ll end up in prison if we have to’ – opposition to EirGrid plans
‘The day EirGrid arrives to get access to someone’s field they won’t get access’
The newly appointed Minister for Employment and Social Protection says the people of Cavan, Meath and Monaghan have been treated disgracefully by EirGrid over the last 10 years.
The day that EirGrid arrives up to get access to somebody’s field they won’t get access to it, according to Meath East TD Regina Doherty.
Doherty was speaking on RTÉ Radio 1’s Morning Ireland today following her appointment as Minister for Employment and Social Protection, where she was asked how far she goes in supporting civil disobedience following comments she was reported to have made in December of last year.
“My attitude is that people of Cavan, Meath and Monaghan have been treated disgracefully by EirGrid over the last 10 years.
Telecommunications and the depopulation – Virginia Farver and Dave Hodges
Mount Rainier at sunset. Opponents of the plan for cellular service see it as an unwelcome desecration of nature. Photograph: Inge Johnsson / Alamy/Alamy
The park, which encompasses 230,000 acres of the Cascades mountain range in Washington state, has prepared an environmental assessment for a proposal to allow Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T to affix a wireless antenna to the park’s Jackson visitor center.
The antenna would extend coverage around Paradise, a popular destination for visitors known as one of the snowiest places on Earth, but not to the top of the mountain. The proposal has sparked a contentious debate about whether access to smartphones enhances or diminishes the great outdoors.
They are extending the electronic tendrils of commercialization deep into designated wilderness
Jeff Ruch, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
Just 100 miles south of Seattle, the park is nevertheless remote: 97% is designated wilderness. The park received 492 comments on the proposal during an earlier stage of the planning process, and received 249 in favor and 241 opposed.
Proponents of cell service argue that it would improve safety in a park that conducts 40 to 50 search and rescue missions each year. One potential benefit is that the park could send real-time information about weather or other hazards to visitors.
But the environmental assessment points out that accessibility can be a mixed bag. Park staff use two-way radios to communicate, and will continue to do so even if the cell antenna is approved. And the study notes that access to cell service “has the potential to increase confidence and risk taking by backcountry travelers relying on digital communication devices rather than traditional methods”.
Access to cell service on roadways can also increase distracted driving, the assessment notes, a safety hazard in its own right.
‘Turn it off’: how technology is killing the joy of national parks
For opponents of the plan, cellular service is an invisible but unwelcome desecration of nature.
“The point of wilderness is that it’s supposed to be free from the accoutrements of civilization,” said Jeff Ruch, the executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which has campaigned against cell towers in national parks across the country. “They are extending the electronic tendrils of commercialization deep into designated wilderness.”
The park is soliciting public comment on the proposal until 19 July. According to the Seattle Times, park management will then submit its recommendation to a regional director of the National Park Service, who will make the final decision.
The prevalence of technology in once remote, wilderness areas has been a subject of increasing concern for wilderness advocates. A study released in May found that noise pollution from human activities was pervasive in protected wildlife areas in the US. Park rangers have expressed concern about drones encroaching on the airspace of national parks, and about the unscrupulous behavior of visitors seeking to capture a viral Instagram shot.
Referencing the sobriquet of national parks as “nature’s cathedrals”, Ruch shuddered at the idea of people playing Pokémon or streaming movies on the slopes of Rainier. “It’s like rollerskating through the Sistine Chapel.”
From Emil-Pierre Steck, Australia
Government paving the way for 5G and the IoT
The Government is seeking comments on possible changes to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities.
The proposals would amend the Telecommunications (Low-impact Facilities) Determination 1997 (LIFD), the Telecommunications Code of Practice 1997 (Code) and potentially, Schedule 3 to the Telecommunications Act 1997 (the Act).
The Government is seeking community feedback on the proposals to assist it in deciding on the way forward.
IMPORTANT: Consultation on amendments to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities
IDC = Ignore, Deny & Cover-up
Please have a read through of all this. You have until July 21st to lodge comments.
The AUST govnt is moving on the establishment of a 5G network. This consultation is about allowing the feds to over-ride local councils on placement of 5G antennas. Here is what Don Maisch of EMFacts has to say:-
Commentary – I have had a read through the consultation papers dated this June and there are no pleasant surprises there. To me, it looks suspiciously like the government/ industry alliance preparing the ground for thousands of “low impact” 5G antennas to enable the Internet of Things (IoT). As for that sticky question of possible health effects of antennas, no worries because it is stated in the consultation paper:
“It is the assessment of ARPANSA and other leading health authorities such as the World health Organisation that there are no known health effects at low RF EME levels, such as those emitted by telecommunications transmitters. ARPANSA maintains continual oversight of emerging research into the potential health effects of RF EME emissions.”
SO, the well trodden Procrustean Approach is followed again by the folks at ARPANSA. ‘Don’t rock the boat and protect the industry line at all costs’Š.. And ARPANSA used to be about protecting public health. In my opinion, the whole purpose of the exercise is to give the carriers more power to install new transmitting equipment with far greater immunity from state, local and public concerns.
Further in my opinion, this is an industry written proposal to facilitate new technologies such as the smart grid, coming 5G network and the Internet of Things. The industry wants to have the lot classified as low impact facilities, but at least these facilities will have to be sensitivity painted to blend into the environment. Local governments may be given a say in what colours are mutually acceptable. Nice touch that. An amazing feat of scientific logic that you can make a facility “low-impact” simply with a coat of paint!
This is Enough Spin to topple a army of whirling dervishesŠ..
Consultation on possible amendments to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities
The Australian Government is seeking comments on possible amendments to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities.
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June 09, 2017 to July 21, 2017
The Australian Government is seeking comments on possible amendments to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities. We need your feedback on proposals from telecommunications carriers to amend the Telecommunications (Low-impact Facilities) Determination 1997, the Telecommunications Code of Practice 1997 and potentially, Schedule 3 to the Telecommunications Act 1997 (the Act). The Government is seeking community feedback on the proposals to assist it in deciding on the way forward.
To help provide better telecommunications services more quickly and cost effectively, telecommunications carriers have powers and immunities under Schedule 3 to the Act. These powers and immunities help them install and maintain telecommunications network facilities. Most aspects of carrier powers and immunities have been in place since 1997. Since then, communications technologies have evolved rapidly, and demand for services and data has increased dramatically.
Telecommunications carriers have proposed that powers and immunities should be amended to reflect new technologies and work practices and reduce regulatory costs. The proposed changes will ensure that carriers can better meet the needs of consumers at lower cost. They would clarify the operation of some existing powers and immunities, allow some new types of facilities, make changes to some existing facility types, and streamline land owner notification and objection rules.
Where carrier powers and immunities do not cover current technologies and work practices, carriers are typically required to seek planning approval for their activities under differing state and territory planning laws. These approval processes can significantly increase the time and costs for carriers to install facilities that are important for improving telecommunications services to the community and businesses.
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Phonegate: French government data indicates cell phones expose consumers to radiation levels higher than manufacturers claim
From André Fauteux, editor/publisher, La Maison du 21e siècle Magazine, Canada
Wireless creates worst public health crisis Dr Martin Pall has ever heard of
Ashland residents meet to discuss potential health risks of wireless radiation
Some of those studies were authored by Dr. Martin Pall who spoke at the event and holds degrees in physics and biochemistry.
“Obviously a lot of us are on the phone frequently. Is it dangerous? Yes,” he said.
Pall says it was just recently that science figured out how the invisible waves of radiation that wireless devices emanate have a biological effect.
“So we’ve got a public health crisis here? Yes. Absolutely. Worse one I’ve ever heard of,” he said.
First French woman compensated for being handicapped by EMFs now teaches how she cured her EHS
Marine Richard is 42 years old. Electrosensitive since childhood, she became electrohypersensitive and chemically sensitive in 2010. She had to leave her home and activities to take refuge in the mountains for several years. Alone in front of herself, she drew from the tools she had been trained with in her “life before” as well as from those that life has proposed to her “after” to explore and surpass electrosensiblity by developing practical exercises based on the circulation of energy in the body, meditation, and neurological reprogramming. In 2011, she co-founded the first French association of electrosensitive people, A land for EHS. At the same time, she worked on the legal recognition of electrosensitivity (case law 2015 – French court awards woman disability grant for ‘allergy to gadgets …) and has written two books on the subject: Sous l’ondée (Ed. Inadvertance, 2012) and Sans mobile (Le Square publisher, 2015). She now considers herself cured.
Main tools shared during the internships
Do In and Shiatsu (Kazunori Sasaki sensei school, Thierry Camagie, Marseille, 2006-2009)
Hatha yoga and prānāyāma (daily classes with Gabriel Desvignes, Marseille, 2009-2010)
Hatha yoga Iyengar (course with Uma and Mahesh Wright, Ariège, 2015)
Meditation Vipassana, Ānāpānasati and Metta bhavana (as taught by S. N. Goenka, several thousand hours of practice)
Meditation of Full Consciousness (as taught by John Kabat-Zinn, several hundred hours of practice)
Therapeutic diphonic song (as taught by Patrick Chêne, human and veterinary osteopath, internship, 2015)
Technical Trust – Communication and Animal Healing (James French, online training 2016)
Neuroplasticity (principles found in: Michael Merzenich, Annie Hopper, Joe Dispenza, Deepak Chopra, Norman Doidge …)
Glutathion and EHS
A search for Glutathione on emf-portal.org gave 228 studies
See these papers in particular
However, a reader tells me many people with EHS including herself had side-effects from glutathione, notably increasing her face, feet and hand numbness, headaches and insomnia, perhaps because it mobilizes heavy metals :
Best consult a health professional who sells it before trying it :
At “Search this group » (left column), write “glutathione” :
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