Ladies and Gentlemen,
Beginning with the pandemonium of Y2K and the fear of global computer failures, the world has been with predictions that have not come true. The exception since the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11, the presence of military drills in tandem with tragedies is troubling. For a Global nuclear weapons drill to coincide with the grid failure to occur simultaneously requires caution.
The appeal to raise funds for the children who lost both parents to cancer within weeks of each other is heartbreaking. If current trends and predictions of scientists and doctors of an impending epidemic of cancer should serve as an example to the nay-sayers who deny the dangers of electromagnetic microwave radiation.
The behaviour of Google is increasingly suspect and insidious. The involvement of CIA funding Google and other companies should be cause for concern. Questions so rightfully needed are not being asked by U.S. legislators or governments around the world. Democratic principles are being eroded with few asking questions.
Meanwhile, traditional notions of privacy are being ignored as private companies and utilities deploy Smart Meters. Again, where are the legislators and other elected officials asking questions?
At what point will these issues be addressed as government and private enterprise implement scheme like the Smart Motorways in the U.K. As the automobile industry rushes to manufacture car that do not require drivers, the incremental implementation of Smart Motorways is only a short leap until government can control the movement of people in their own cars. It raises the issue of how many freedoms will the public surrender in the name of safety and security.
Please circulate widely.
Campaign to raise funds for children who lost both parents to cancer within weeks
Finn, Kieve and Erin Stewart in a photo from the family album. Photo: PA
Friends of a husband and wife who died from cancer within weeks of each other are driving an online funding campaign to help secure the future of their three young children.
Karen Nicholson Stewart died just over a week ago at the age of 36 after a long battle with the disease.
That was two months after her childhood sweetheart Ed Stewart (42) lost his fight with pancreatic cancer.
Mr Stewart was only diagnosed with the condition in May.
Communications interoperability training with amateur radio community set
Elements of the US Department of Defense (DOD) will conduct a “communications interoperability” training exercise November 4-6, once again simulating a “very bad day” scenario. Amateur Radio and MARS organizations will take part.
VERY BAD DAY On Nov. 4th – EMP drill held same day as Anti-fa uprising… coincidence?!
American forces are conducting a nuclear war drill called “Global Thunder” involving nuclear-capable missiles and bombers amid rising tensions with North Korea.
United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) has described the secretive worldwide annual drill, which began on Tuesday, as preparing their forces for “wherever they are needed,” Daily Star Onlinereported.
The Pentagon has not released many details about the exercise, but its mission statement is to prepare the American nuclear command center for war.
Electromagnetic fields and their adverse effects on our health
Presentation session of The Madrid International Scientific Declaration on Electromagnetic Fields and Health Effects, September 28, 2017, at the Real Academia Nacional de Medicina (Madrid):
From Prof. Olle Johansson, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Bill Gates and Steve Jobs raised their kids tech-free – and it should’ve been a red flag
• Bill Gates-and-Steve Jobs raised their kids tech free and it-shouldve-been-a-red-flag
• Interviews with Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and other tech elites consistently reveal that Silicon Valley parents are strict about technology use.
• A new book suggests the signs may have been clear years ago that smartphone use should be regulated.
• There may be a way to integrate tech into the classroom, however, that avoids its harmful effects.
Already many years ago, when Carl-Henric Svanberg was CEO of Ericsson Telecommunications I learnt that the same was true here in Sweden for the children to the very, very rich. It shocked me to learn that his sons – as well as others’ children at their private boarding school (Sigtuna Humanistiska Läroverk) out in Sigtuna, west of Stockholm – had usage restrictions on the very same gadgets that daddy sold to all other kids and parents, the latter without the knowledge that he possessed. I would call such behaviour cynical, but what do I know about the English vocabulary…?!
Google wants to run cities without being elected. Don’t let it
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, does not suffer from a lack of ambition. Its subsidiaries are tackling topics ranging from autonomous vehicles to smart homes, artificial intelligence to biotech life extension. So perhaps it shouldn’t be a surprise that Alphabet has decided it will plan, build, and run a city, too – well, part of a city. It’s a bit more surprising that a major city is happily handing Alphabet a neighborhood of prime real estate to call their own.
The project announced last week is a partnership between Sidewalk Labs, an Alphabet subsidiary focused on urban technology, and Toronto. Sidewalk Labs will be in charge of redeveloping a waterfront district called Quayside.
Waymo showcases driverless vans without humans behind the wheel
A demonstration by the Alphabet-owned company points the way toward an autonomous ride-hailing service
ATWATER, Calif.-Waymo LLC, the driverless-car unit of Google-parent Alphabet Inc., demonstrated Monday what traveling in its minivans might be like as a fully autonomous ride-hailing service.
A mysterious message is locking Google Docs users out of their files
Although the error appeared to be a technical glitch, the fact that Google is capable of identifying “bad” Google Docs at all is a reminder: Much of what you upload, receive or type to Google is monitored. While many people may be aware that Gmail scans your emails – for instance, so that its smart-reply feature can figure out what responses to suggest – this policy extends to other Google products, too.
When most people think of an anti-christ, it’s as a “personage of evil”: some prominent human imbued with evil or even a demon incarnate.
For many decades, it has been thought that such a “person” would operate in the arenas of politics and wealth (think: Rothschilds).
But in our cyber age, it doesn’t seem unreasonable to wonder if perhaps the base of support for such a nefarious person – more than raw power or money – would be technological.
An AI god will emerge by 2042 and write its own bible. Will you worship it?
In the next 25 years, AI will evolve to the point where it will know more on an intellectual level than any human. In the next 50 or 100 years, an AI might know more than the entire population of the planet put together. At that point, there are serious questions to ask about whether this AI – which could design and program additional AI programs all on its own, read data from an almost infinite number of data sources, and control almost every connected device on the planet – will somehow rise in status to become more like a god, something that can write its own bible and draw humans to worship it.
Recently, reports surfaced that a controversy-plagued engineer who once worked at Uber has started a new religion. Anthony Levandowski filed paperwork for a nonprofit religious organization called The Way of the Future. Its mission: “To develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.”
‘I thought it was the end of the world’: Enormous glowing ball over northern Siberia sparks UFO fears (but the Russian rocket test was to blame)
• Russian media has suggested two possible causes, the Northern lights or a Russian rocket test
• It is likely the trace of the Topol rocket which was launched by the Russian military around the time
• Similar light was seen in the skies over Norway in December 2009, which was caused by a failed missile
• The peculiar spiral shaped light pattern was created from reflection of the sun in the leaking fuel
Video vindicates Deborah Tavares Agenda 21 claims
– California Retribution –
From 2011! Agenda 21 Plans to Burn Up Northern CA
Published on Oct 27, 2017
Debora Tavares’ interview with Jeff Rense in 2015 conclusively provides documented proof of premeditation of fire destruction of Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, in Northern California using microwave weaponry.
CIA Funding of tech companies
Government funding of companies provides a steady stream of support for tech developing innovations. One vehicle for facilitating this relationship can be found in an entity called, In-Q-Tel. IQT describes their function as: “In-Q-Tel is the independent, not-for-profit organization created to bridge the gap between the technology needs of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) and emerging commercial innovation. We invest in venture-backed startups developing technologies that provide ready-soon innovation (within 36 months) vital to the IC mission. These technology startups are traditionally outside the reach of the IC; in fact, more than 70 percent of our portfolio companies have never before done business with the government.”
A Fox Business article, In-Q-Tel: A Glimpse Inside the CIA’s Venture-Capital Arm, lists some of the companies and agencies that are involve.
“Founded in 1999 as a way for the U.S. to keep up with the rapid innovation in science and technology, In-Q-Tel has been an early backer of start-ups later acquired by Google (GOOG), Oracle (ORCL), IBM (IBM) and Lockheed Martin (LMT).
While IQT originally catered largely to the needs of the CIA, today the firm supports many of the 17 agencies within the U.S. intelligence community, including the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate.”
Their focus on Startups Backed By The CIA is still a prime objective.
“In-Q-Tel issues a press release every time it funds a new company, but it discloses neither the amount of the investment nor the product it’s focused on. It’s believed that the relationship can lead to the development of off-market products tailored specifically for the CIA. A spokesman for one company funded by In-Q-Tel told Forbes that their investment was focused on a specific project with a yearlong deadline, declining to provide further details.”
Would YOU give a courier access to your house? Amazon reveals a smart lock system so packages can be delivered directly into your home
• Amazon has announced ‘Amazon Key’ – a lock and camera system
• Users control the system remotely to let couriers slip goods into their houses
• Customers can create temporary passcodes for friends and other services professionals to enter as well
Amazon has announced Amazon Key, a lock and camera system that users control remotely to let delivery associates slip goods into their houses.
Customers can create temporary passcodes for friends and other services professionals to enter as well.
The move may help Amazon capture sales from shoppers who can’t make it home to receive an order in person, and don’t want the package stolen from their doorstep.
From Velma Lyrae, U.K.
Planning for the right homes in the right places …
Hello Dear friends and co-fighters,
We have a real chance to get our housing needs heard with this consultation. It fits right into the need for housing in protected area.
Please send on to all EHS persons. For ease of use, here are some things you/they might want to use for reference in your submission
I feel it imperative that we mention low frequencies (2.6Hz 8.34Hz and 10Hz) from mobiles and WIFI because the non-thermal effects
are acknowledged at low frequencies. At the same time as mentioning this we need to squash their response that these are not able to be de-modulated by our biological system. This is the main argument – not that there aren’t any non-thermal effects but that they cannot be demodulated. They have used this argument time and time again and so examples of our non-linear system demonstrates that this is possible
if you can include examples of these, e.g. thalamus, small fibre nerves etc.
We know the pattern, they will want to shut us down before we even begin by simply saying EHS doesn’t exist. Therefore, I feel it would be more productive if we emphasis that although we understand they do not recognise the term Electrohypersensitivity as a named medical condition, the labelling of the bonefide symptoms is the only contention. Sensitivity to emfs is a secondary reaction/compensatory mechanism
to recognised neurological states, particularly Excitotoxicity, over-stimulation of receptors; small fibre nerves; peripheral nerves which are caused and exacerbated by emfs and recognised as causing such effects* and absent when these agonists are removed. It may be that the sensitivity occurs as an attempt for the body to protect itself due to being under attack. IMO we could put forward this is an assault on the biological/neurological system.
*in ICNIRP and SC4 Working Group links above, HSE legislation, OSHEU, HPA and in NHS nerve tests which use a standard test to agitate the nerves using pulsed signals – Please do mention these.
See paragraph on Glutamate sensitivity and environment – this acknowledges electromagnetic radiation in Excitotoxicity
We can also include some points about Housing Rights, Housing Needs, Equality Act.
We can also mention other countries and their solutions re housing for people with environmental illnesses.
If anyone has any ideas please do let us know. Much appreciated.
Hope this helps.
All the best
Stop Smart Meters U.K.
Two articles by Lynne Wycherly
Pt. 1: Smart meters and cell damage from pulsed em radiation – our health at risk?
‘Smart meters’ looked like a great idea, writes Lynne Wycherley, giving us more control over our energy use. The downside? They emit as many as 14,000 short bursts of intense microwave radiation a day, disrupting cellular electrochemistry and causing health symptoms from migraine to tinnitus, insomnia, dizziness, anxiety, chest pain, palpitations and memory loss. Now a growing number of ‘electro-sensitives’ have had enough!
Smart meters’ should be abolished because they use short high-intensity pulses of microwave radiation. We know from the nanosecond studies these can be very damaging with calcium channel activation continuing long after the pulse has ceased.
Pt. 2: Smart meter radiation and health; why are we neglecting non-toxic alternatives?
With growing evidence of harm to physical and mental health caused by continuous pulsed em radiation from ‘smart’ electricity meters, Lynne Wycherley asks: have we underestimated risks to heart function and the nervous system? And of interference with embedded medical devices, such as cardiac pacemakers? It’s time to switch to over-wire or fibre communications to bring the ‘smart green grid’ of the future to electro-smog-free reality.
What struck me most was the common time-line: normal people, strange new symptoms, who only later discovered that a smart meter had been installed at the time or just before their symptoms initiated.
It is striking that the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) called for a moratorium on smart meters (2012) and continues to veto them today.
London’s ‘Big Brother billboard’ is switched on in Piccadilly Circus: Controversial screen tracks you with hidden cameras and shows adverts based on your age, gender, mood and the car you drive
A huge ‘Big Brother billboard’ has been switched on in London ‘s Piccadilly Circus that can track passing cars and pedestrians to deliver targeted adverts. It also provides free Wi-fi which researchers have warned could be used to ‘monitor and capture your every online move’
• The vast screen has been switched on for the first time in nine months
• It uses recognition technology to target viewers with hidden cameras
• The hidden cameras track the make, model and colour of cars
• They can also monitor the age, gender and even feelings of pedestrians
• Brands can pre-program triggers so specific adverts play when certain cars pass
• The company says it will not be collecting or storing any personal details
Insurer cancels motorists’ policies after devices show them speeding
Insurance company AIG is cancelling insurance policies for irresponsible and reckless driving.
This comes after analysis of ‘black box’ devices being used by young motorists to monitor their driving styles. They get discounts for safe driving.
But now AIG Ireland says it has cancelled more than 200 young drivers’ policies for persistent excessive speeding.
It called for legislation to make these telematics-based devices mandatory for all drivers under the age of 25.
Smart motorways are becoming increasingly commonplace throughout England, so it’s worth getting to grips with how to use them.
Here we have outlined everything you need to know including what they are, where they are, how to use them and what to do if you breakdown on one.
If an incident occurs in lane one – formerly the hard shoulder – a red cross (X) symbol is displayed to let motorists know the lane has been closed to traffic. Driving in a lane under which the red X symbol is being shown is illegal and could lead to you being prosecuted.
A smart motorway is a section of a motorway that deploys traffic management methods to increase capacity and reduce congestion in particularly busy areas. These methods include using the hard shoulder as a running lane and using variable speed limits to control the flow of traffic.
Highways England (previously the Highways Agency) developed smart motorways to manage traffic in a way that minimises environmental impact, cost and time to construct by avoiding the need to build additional lanes.
From David Sullivan, Ireland
€1.2bn plan for smart gas and electricity meters to be installed in every household
Every home in the country will get a new smart electricity and gas meter by 2024, as part of a massive €1.2bn project to replace and update old meters.
The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) will today announce that the scheme has been given the green light.
As they get the meter, customers’ bills will increase by about a €5.50 a year to help fund the project. The charge will be added to a customer’s network fee each year for a period of 20 years.
However, the CER said savings associated with the meters would mean people would be able to reduce their energy costs by around €20 a year.
The new meters will have a Sim card, similar to that in a mobile phone, and will send readings to the network 48 times a day. The CER said work was under way to ensure data protection.
Bad news for households as another energy provider to hike prices
ENERGY provider Energia, usually the cheapest in the market, is to increase electricity prices from December.
It follows price rise announcements from Airtricity, Electric Ireland and Bord Gáis.
Energia’s price increase will add €31 a year to the average electricity bill for its customers, as prices are going up by almost 4pc.
From Sylvie Hsem, France
International claims to protect us against electromagnetic fields, by Elizabeth Kelley
From Virginia Farver, Ft. Collins, Colorado
7th Annual ESGF F2F 2017
What is ESGF?
The Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF) Peer-to-Peer (P2P) enterprise system is a collaboration that develops, deploys and maintains software infrastructure for the management, dissemination, and analysis of model output and observational data. ESGF’s primary goal is to facilitate advancements in Earth System Science. It is an interagency and international effort led by the Department of Energy (DOE), and co-funded by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Science Foundation (NSF), and international laboratories such as the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) German Climate Computing Centre (DKRZ), the Australian National University (ANU) National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace (IPSL), and the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA). The ESGF mission is to:
• Support current CMIP6 activities, and prepare for future assessments
• Develop data and metadata facilities for inclusion of observations and reanalysis products for CMIP6 use
• Enhance and improve current climate research infrastructure capabilities through involvement of the software development community and through adherence to sound software principles
• Foster collaboration across agency and political boundaries
• Integrate and interoperate with other software designed to meet the objectives of ESGF: e.g., software developed by NASA, NOAA, ESIP, and the European ES-INES
• Create software infrastructure and tools that facilitate scientific advancements
ESGF P2P is a component architecture expressly designed to handle large-scale data management for worldwide distribution. The team of computer scientists and climate scientists has developed an operational system for serving climate data from multiple locations and sources. Model simulations, satellite observations, and reanalysis products are all being served from the ESGF P2P distributed data archive.
The Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF) is an international collaboration for the software that powers most global climate change research, notably assessments by theIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
ESGF manages the first-ever decentralized database for handling climate science data, with multiple petabytes of data at dozens of federated sites worldwide. It is recognized as the leading infrastructure for the management and access of large distributed data volumes for climate change research. It supports the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP), whose protocols enable the periodic assessments carried out by the IPCC.
Using a system of geographically distributed peer nodes-independently administered yet united by common protocols and interfaces-the ESGF community holds the premier collection of simulations and observational and reanalysis data for climate change research. ESGF is in the early stages of being adapted for use in two additional domains: biology (to accelerate drug design and development) and energy (infrastructure for California Energy Systems for the 21st Century (CES21)).
Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) – Global Market Outlook (2017-2023)
Tue Jul 11, 2017 – 10:30am UTC
According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) market is expected to grow from $8.12 billion in 2016 to reach $41.97 billion by 2023 with a CAGR of 26.4%.
Gaithersburg, US – July 11, 2017 –
Rising demand for non-lethal deterrents and growing demand for the use of naval weapons in naval forces across the world are some of the major factors favoring the market growth. On the other hand huge development costs, strict industry regulations and lack of testing facilities are restricting the market growth.
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Based on product type, lethal weapons segment has observed highest growth rate as these weapons are commonly used by police, military and defence. By high energy laser systems, fiber laser segment leads the market globally and the growth of this segment is attributed to the rising demand for laser technologies and microwave-based weapons. Asia Pacific is expected to witness huge growth rate and the growth of this region is owed to the use of directed energy weapons.
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Some of the key players in Global Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) market include BAE Systems PLC, Boeing Company, L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Moog Inc, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Quinetiq Group PLC, Raytheon Company, Rheinmetall AG, Textron Inc, Azimuth Corporation, General Dynamics Corporation, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd and MBDA.
From Ianthe Sarah Benson
List of Airlines Offering Inflight WiFi – eDreams Travel Blog
Which airlines offer free in-flight WiFi? We bring you the full list of airlines that offer inflight internet both free of charge and paid:
I have emailed the Civil Aviation Authority to find out how many airlines are intending to implement this, and the total number of airlines that are now in operation. This will impact very heavily on those of us needing to travel long distances.
Fox News interviews Ferndale woman whose electricity was shut off
As usual, Fox didn’t get explain the full story. And, sadly, used DTE’s line about “the few people who want to opt out” and did not explain dirty electricity; and that that is why Kay wants to keep her analog.
1. Most people are refusing to accept the smart meter even when DTE sends a shut-off notice. People are calling me daily and refusing to cave in.
2. DTE is shutting off very few people. Getting shut off is kind-of like a reverse lottery: Lots of people have “bought tickets” (received shut-off notices), but few are “winning” (getting shut off). DTE has probably sent out 300 shut-off notices in the last couple of weeks.
3. DTE’s notices are bringing people out of the woodwork. I am hearing from many people who have never been in touch with any smart meter group in the past. They’ve gotten the notice from DTE. They decide to resist.
4. If it does happen that DTE shuts off your electricity, we have generators you can borrow. We would like your to volunteer your generator so that if someone inyour area gets shut off, that person can borrow yours.
If you have called and I haven’t gotten back to you yet, I will.
I need someone to contact me about filing a Freedom of Information Act request. Thank you.
I also need people to volunteer to make phone calls about the Nov 11 event. Please write a new email with “volunteer” in the subject line. Thanks!
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Get away from your phone NOW
By Andy Snyder, Founder
I’ve always said our society’s addiction to cellphones is a problem.
Now science is backing me up.
See, it used to bother me when I’d see a family walk by, kids’ noses pressed into a phone… with no regard for their parents or the world around them.
It just didn’t feel right.
But it turns out I was focusing on the wrong thing…
It’s not just that people are missing life by burying their faces in their phones – they also might be damaging their health.
A study by Dr. Lennart Hardell, an oncologist and professor at Örebro University Hospital, revealed an alarming statistic.
It found that people who have used a cellphone for more than one year have a
70% higher risk of developing brain cancer.
That’s nearly everyone.
Worse still, it found those who used their phones an average of just 40 minutes a day over 10 years had a 250% increased risk.
And as for the kids with their noses pressed into screens?
“Studies show there has been a 40% across-the-board increase in the number of brain tumors in the past 20 years.” – Australian Senator Lyn Allison, after brain tumors became the leading cause of death in children under 15
The good news is there are a few things you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones… but you need to start now.
I’ve laid out my research in detail here, but a word of warning: You won’t want to touch your phone after watching.
You’ll find information on simple fixes that I believe everyone should implement immediately.
Swisscom chief executive Carsten Schloter who committed ‘suicide’ could not stop looking at his smartphone
Carsten Schloter felt guilt over not seeing his children enough.
Police are investigating the presumed suicide of Swisscom chief executive Carsten Schloter amid indications that the head of Switzerland’s telecoms giant suffered from permanent stress and had become dangerously addicted to his smartphone since the break up of his marriage in 2009.
German-born Mr Schloter joined Swisscom over a decade ago as head of its mobile phone division. He became CEO in 2006 and subsequently turned the company into Switzerland’s leading telecoms company, controversially buying out the Italian broadband network Fastweb in 2007.
A coming storm for wireless?
By Gloria Vogel
Thursday, July 27, 2017 11:18 AM EDT
• Increased RF injuries may result from the proliferation of antennas to support expanding wireless activity.
• As workers and the medical community begin to better understand those RF injuries, the wireless industry could face increased RF safety awareness issues.
• Insurers no longer provide RF exposure coverage, so wireless providers may find property owners less willing to renew existing leases, or to lease space for antennas.
• An RF safety protocol could help protect workers and the financial interests of the wireless ecosystem.
More teens sleep deprived than ever before thanks to Smartphones, study finds
NEW YORK – More teens than ever before aren’t getting a sufficient amount of sleep, and too much screen time – particularly from smartphones – is likely to blame, a new study finds.
Researchers at San Diego State University and Iowa State University looked at data from two large, nationally-representative studies covering more than 360,000 American teenagers, finding that a significant number of millennials are sleep deprived.