Ladies and Gentlemen,
For two veteran academicians to challenge the European Commission is important. For more than two months, Prof. Rainer Nyberg and Oncologis Dr. Lennart Hardell have been lobbying for independent research into the effects of 5G technology. Their concern and their use of the term “URGENT” is cause for people to take notice.
Meanwhile the increasing intrusion into our lives secretly while be exposure to the physical harm caused by microwave radiation combined should alert people and companies that convenience is no excuse to bath the planet in radiation. The LUX Live conference about the wonders of Li-Fi (essentially broadband internet services delivered through lighting) completely avoids privacy issues and physical dangers.
Perhaps the most sinister aspect of criticizing industry, however, is the censorship of a video concerning gang stalking and voice to skull technology by YouTube.
On a human level, the tragedy of Caroline O’Flaherty’s battle with cancer is undeniable. First denied to have her own chlld by cancer, now a mother with a six and a half year old daughter, she is again fight the disease and the child she fought so hard to have, faces the prospect of losing her mother. The story of Caroline and Baby Ava is riveting.
Please circulate widely.
Germany forced to pay consumers to use more electricity
A stormy weekend led to free electricity in Germany, as Bloomberg reports wind generation reached a record, forcing power producers to pay customers the most since Christmas 2012 to use electricity.
Letter to EU Commissioner of Health Dr. Andriukaitis
November 9, 2017
We suppose that you know that Director John F. Ryan, October 13, 2017 replied (Ares (2017) 5015409 – Reply) to the EU 5G-appeal, and that he said: “There is consistent evidence that exposure to electromagnetic fields does not represent a health risk… if below the limits …” His conclusion is based on the opinions of ICNIRP and SCENIHR. Since Mr. Ryan said he writes on your behalf, we now ask for your own opinion as the EU Commissioner of Health. Director Ryan’s letter is attached and also the “Cover letter” of the EU 5G-Appeal, so you can see the whole appeal and the 180+ signatories.
On February 1, 2016, in a Comment on SCENIHR to Mr. Ryan it was shown by Drs. Carpenter and Hardell, representing BioInitiative and ECERI, that: “The evidence in the SCENIHR Final Opinion on EMFclearly and convincingly establishes the potential for health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields [EMF]. Based on the evidence provided in this Opinion, the Committee is obligated to draw to the attention of the [EU] Commission that EMF is a new and emerging problem that may pose an actual or potential threat.“
It seems to us that Mr. Ryan did not consider this 2015 article and the 5G Appeal, with a long list of compelling evidence and references under the headline: “Harmful effects of RF-EMF exposure are already proven”. In addition, Mr. Ryan does not seem to note that the Appeal was signed and confirmed by more than 180 scientists and doctors, see the updated list of signatories.
In spite of all this, Mr. Ryan in his reply to us still continues to claim that EMF “does not represent a health risk” and – without any other references than ICNIRP and SCENIHR – defends industry’s standpoint that EMFs are harmless if below the ICNIRP “safety guidelines”. In addition he ignores the IARC evaluations on both ELF-EMF and RF-EMF to be ‘possible’ human carcinogens, Group 2B. Obviously not only statements by ICNIRP and SCENIHR, but also by IARC at WHO should have been considered.
Because of the facts given above we cordially ask for your own opinion in this matter as the EU Commissioner of Health. Our 5G-Appeal and the conclusions with references (blue links) are well documented. You find the Appeal by clicking one of the seven language options in the attached “Cover letter”.
We appeal to EU to appoint a truly independent expert group of EMF-and-health researchers (contrary to ICNIRP and SCENIHR) to decide about new safe guidelines for EMF exposure. It is imperative toimmediately apply EU:s Precautionary Principle (and ALARA) enabling rapid response to stop distribution of 5G products in order to diminish the harm that has already been proven by scientists.
We mentioned in the 5G-appeal that we would make both the appeal and the response from EU publicly available. We have already done so and will also make your answer publicly available in the same way. Please read the Appeal and draw your own conclusions. We look forward to your answer no later than November 30, 2017.
Rainer Nyberg Lennart Hardell
EdD, Professor Emeritus MD, PhD, Oncologist
Vasa, Finland Örebro, Sweden
Self-driving bus crashes two hours after launch in Las Vegas
The bus was touted as the United States’ first self-driving shuttle project for the public before it hit a semi-truck.
A driverless shuttle bus crashed less than two hours after it was launched in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The technical leader of Ford’s autonomous car project speaks about what it’s like to be driven by a driver-less car, and how big a deal self-driving vehicles will really be.
The city’s officials had been hosting an unveiling ceremony for the bus, described as the US’ first self-driving shuttle pilot project geared towards the public, before it crashed with a semi-truck.
DHS wants tech to scan your face as you drive to Mexico
The Homeland Security Department wants technology that can passively scan the faces of foreign nationals crossing the U.S. border by car, ensuring that the individuals who enter the country are the same ones who leave it.
XC Li-Fi driver to be launched at LuxLive 2017
Lux exclusive: See inside the world’s first Li-Fi office
Face to face with Nest’s smartest home security camera
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Nest’s new home security camera is supposed to be so smart that it can identify people it’s been introduced to.
That skill comes from facial-recognition technology made by Nest’s sibling company, Google. The Nest Cam IQ camera is so slick that it carries a premium price – $300 – plus a $10 monthly subscription to run the facial-recognition program and other features, such as 10-day video storage. That compares with Nest’s $200 standard camera. Google’s facial-recognition technology also is being added to a camera-equipped doorbell from Nest; a price hasn’t been disclosed yet.
Digital anti-terrorism fences to combat extremist attacks in Sweden
Swedish Infrastructure Minister Tomas Eneroth plans to introduce digital ‘geo-fences’ in major urban areas across the country next year. The move is aimed at preventing attacks that use trucks and other large commercial vehicles.
“The technology is there, but it hasn’t been tested on a large scale,” said Eneroth, as cited by The Local. Eneroth hopes to begin testing the geo-fences as early as next year.
Stockholm suffered a terrorist attack in April in which a stolen van was used to mow down pedestrians along Drottninggatan, a busy street in the shopping district. A total of five people were killed and 14 were injured.
Gang stalking & V2K testimony by private security whistleblower
Published on Nov 1, 2017
Way too many people do not understand that this will be what everyone is prepping for, getting armed for. It will be invisible and carried out by paid “contractors” this is where the full armour of God is the only hope. JMO
Still available on Vimeo:
Trick or Treat? The Frightening Threats to Bats
These night-flyers are valuable-and in grave danger.
Iconic symbols of Halloween, bats have long suffered a spooky reputation. They’ve been accused of harboring vampiric spirits, entangling themselves in human hair and are often associated with witches and warlocks. Few other mammals seem to frighten us with so many misunderstandings. But bats, because of their incredible echolocation abilities, rarely fly into or touch people, and provide valuable and essential ecological roles in our country and across the world.
Unfortunately, white-nose syndrome (WNS), a fatal fungal disease of hibernating bats, has killed over six million bats since 2006, and may well lead to the extinction of certain bat species. Bats are also susceptible to being killed or injured by wind turbines.
Texas National Guard using cellphone spy tech on surveillance planes
‘Dirt boxes’ capable of locating 10,000 targets & capturing phone call audio in real-time
The Texas National Guard has added cellphone spying technology to its surveillance aircraft to assist the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in counternarcotics operations.
According to contract documents obtained by the Texas Observer’s Melissa del Bosque, the Texas National Guard spent over $373,000 last year on the controversial cell-site simulators.
The devices, purchased with drug-asset forfeiture money from Maryland-based Digital Receiver Technology Inc. (DRT), are designed to locate cellphones within a certain range by emulating a cell tower.
Baby Ava’s mother seriously ill with cancer
After a long journey struggling to conceive naturally, Caroline and husband Niall unsuccessfully explored IVF and adoption, until a documentary on Dr Patel’s Infertility & IVF Clinic in India brought a glimmer of hope. They met the surrogate mother and following a successful embryo transfer returned to Dublin. However the Irish governement refused to offer baby Ava a passport because she was a surrogacy baby, born abroad. Caroline and Niall embarked on a legal struggle to have Ava legally recognised as theirs, ultimatly causing a change in passport rules.
Note: Baby Ava is now age six and a half years old. Her mother Caroline is currently in long term hospital care.
Why we can’t leave AI in the hands of Big Tech
Our fear is that a GM-style public backlash to AI might lead to a clampdown on its use in the public sector – leaving private companies to use it unchecked
Fresh breakthroughs in artificial intelligence come thick and fast these days. Last month, Google’s DeepMind revealed its latest Go-playing AI which mastered the ancient game from scratch in a mere 70 hours. AI can spot cancer in medical scans better than humans, meaning radiotherapy can be targeted in minutes, not hours. We may soon use the technology to design new drugs, or repurpose existing ones to treat other, neglected, diseases.
We can brighten clouds to reflect heat and reduce global warming. But should we?
Ever-higher temperatures are melting the ice sheets faster than projected. Sea level is rising. International efforts to reduce greenhouse gases are taking longer than expected. It’s a nightmare scenario that could soon demand an emergency response. What to do?
One idea gaining traction is to seed marine clouds with salt water or other particles, increasing their potential to reflect solar rays, cooling the earth. Its part of nascent and controversial branch of science known as “sunlight reflection methods,” or SRM.
“We think SRN could buy time for other (carbon-reduction) measures to be put in place,” said Philip J. Rasch, chief climate scientist for the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington.
Bob Lutz: Kiss the good times goodbye
‘Everyone will have 5 years to get their car off the road or sell it for scrap’
This article will be included in “Redesigning the Industry,” a five-part Automotive News series exploring the future of a business in the throes of change. Part I begins in our Nov. 6 issue with a focus on “Predictions & Possibilities.”
It saddens me to say it, but we are approaching the end of the automotive era.
The auto industry is on an accelerating change curve. For hundreds of years, the horse was the prime mover of humans and for the past 120 years it has been the automobile.
Now we are approaching the end of the line for the automobile because travel will be in standardized modules.
The end state will be the fully autonomous module with no capability for the driver to exercise command. You will call for it, it will arrive at your location, you’ll get in, input your destination and go to the freeway.
From Prof. Olle Johansson, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Maternal exposure to magnetic fields during pregnancy in relation to the risk of asthma in offspring.
To determine whether maternal exposure to high levels of magnetic fields (MFs) during pregnancy is associated with the risk of asthma in offspring.
A prospective cohort study.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
Pregnant Kaiser Permanente Northern California members in the San Francisco area.
MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:
Asthma was clinically diagnosed among 626 children who were followed up for as long as 13 years. All participants carried a meter to measure their MF levels during pregnancy.
After adjustment for potential confounders, a statistically significant linear dose-response relationship was observed between increasing maternal median daily MF exposure level in pregnancy and an increased risk of asthma in offspring: every 1-mG increase of maternal MF level during pregnancy was associated with a 15% increased rate of asthma in offspring (adjusted hazard ratio [aHR], 1.15; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.04-1.27). Using the categorical MF level, the results showed a similar dose-response relationship: compared with the children whose mothers had a low MF level (median 24-hour MF level, ≤0.3 mG) during pregnancy, children whose mothers had a high MF level (>2.0 mG) had more than a 3.5-fold increased rate of asthma (aHR, 3.52; 95% CI, 1.68-7.35), while children whose mothers had a medium MF level (>0.3-2.0 mG) had a 74% increased rate of asthma (aHR, 1.74; 95% CI, 0.93-3.25). A statistically significant synergistic interaction was observed between the MF effect and a maternal history of asthma and birth order (firstborn).
Lack of success of ‘displacement-of-furniture-sensitivity’ provocation study may prove validity of real-life cell phone tests for electrohypersensitivity
A recent provocation study using our ability to easily recognize displacement of furniture in our own home, but not in strangers’ homes, points to that most similar experiments trying to prove electrohypersensitivity as real in a laboratory cell phone test setting were bound to fail. The big question is “was such failures deliberately constructed and designed?”. The only way to overcome such failures is to stick to real-life cell phone tests, and not to artificial set-ups.
Publicerad 8 november 2017
Olle Johansson, is a Ph.D., associate professor at the The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.
He is a world-leading authority in the field of EMF radiation and health effects. Among many achievements he coined the term “screen dermatitis” which later on was developed into the functional impairment electrohypersensitivity which recognition mainly is due to his work.
‘It makes me very sad’: Pope Francis urges priests and bishops to not use their cellphones during Mass and to focus on God instead
• Pope Francis chastised priests and bishops who take pictures during Masses
• His remarks were referring to a communion prayer in the Roman Catholic Mass
• He told a crowd of thousands that using phones during Mass ‘a very ugly thing’
• He made his comments at his weekly audience in St Peter’s Square Wednesday
• Francis’s comments prompted laughter and applause from the massive crowd
From Cece Doucette, Technology Safety Educator, Ashland, Massachusetts
PR Pros, Heavy Cellphone Users, Need Awareness of Dangers
PR people, increasingly dependent on sophisticated cellphones for news, info and communication, must be aware of dangers they present.
Cellphones are the tip of the radiation iceberg. Powerful Wi-Fi routers in offices, cell towers atop buildings beaming into apartments, and towers in many other places including church steeples, are a threat to the health of those in their paths and especially children and seniors.
Anonymous – This is going to change everything we know… (CIA secrets exposed 2017)
From Andre Fauteux, Editor/Publisher, La Maison du 21e siècle Magazine, Canada
Brain tumor rates are rising in the US: The role of cell phones and cordless phones (more details below)
More than 75 percent decrease in total flying insect biomass over 27 years across Germany
Olle Johansson presentation: ‘Electromagnetic fields and their adverse effects on our health’ at the 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)
An off-the-shelf meter for measuring body amperage: A new gold standard for epidemiologic studies?
Google wants to run cities without being elected. Don’t let it
Village residents win battle against phone mast (Oct. 2017)
Long Islanders sue in Federal Court over cell tower health concerns (CBS New York, Oct 19, 2017)
Appeal denied in $1 million award to Vermont couple in communications tower dispute (2014)
The effects of cell phone use and emotion-regulation style on college students’ learning
Wall Street Journal : “How Smartphones hijack our minds
Paul Heroux PhD Interviewed by Press Before Supreme Court Event 10/17/2017
Smart Meters causing tidal wave of mysterious illnesses that strike people in their own homes
Teen anxiety on the rise
October, 2017’s Electronic Silent Spring newsletter
National toxicology program finds cell phone radiation causes cancer
Scientists and doctors demand moratorium on 5G
5G wireless technology: Is 5G harmful to our health?
What’s wrong with cell phone radiation exposure limits
International scientist appeal on electromagnetic fields and wireless technology
Quotes from 21 experts regarding electromagnetic fields and health
New Apple watch reignites concerns over cell phones
1976 classified memo: U.S. govt said 1-15 microW/cm2 a potential health hazard and unacceptable: FCC exposure limits are 1000 microW/cm2
Electromagnetic fields and their adverse effects on our health
Environmental hazard to wildlife from Smart Meters
Beware! Diseases you never knew your microwave was causing
Bill Gates and Steve Jobs raised their kids tech free
SOU cell tower puts neighbors on edge
Study shows how electromagnetic fields amplify pain in amputees; a “direct response to man-made radiofrequency electromagnetic energy”
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Do you really believe your cell phone (i.e. microwave transceiver) Is NOT harming your health?
Poster – 5G radiation exposure: the largest biological experiment ever. Nature is at risk
The effect of Smartphones on our youth is more than frightening
The American psychologist, Jean M. Twenge, has been studying the social and emotional behavior of young people for twenty-five years. It has observed in recent years an earthquake.
In an article entitled, “Have smartphones destroyed a generation?”  she explains that everything has changed since 2012.
Towns unite to oppose wireless antennas on utility poles, streetlights
We all want our smartphones to have faster access to the internet.
But a proposed state law intended to streamline efforts to improve mobile networks is facing opposition from Aurora, Naperville and numerous other municipalities and counties.
The measure would establish the Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act and give wireless companies the ability to install “small cell” antennas on publicly owned utility poles, streetlights and rights of way.
Municipal and county officials say the proposed law would limit their authority to regulate the location and deployment of the antennas. It also would impose artificially low fees for both the review of permit applications and the use of publicly owned equipment.
“In essence, it allows private companies to have a monopoly over public infrastructure,” Aurora Mayor Richard C. Irvin said.
On Monday, Irvin and the mayors of Naperville, Willowbrook, Addison, West Chicago, Warrenville, Oswego, Bolingbrook and North Aurora participated in a news conference where they voiced opposition to the measure. They were joined by the chairmen of the DuPage, Kane and Kendall county boards.
Even though a House vote on the measure failed earlier this year, the issue is coming up again during a Tuesday hearing in Springfield.
From Diana Kordas, Greece
Report to UNESCO by botanist on strong evidence of disappearance of birds in Mt Nardi area and Mt Macedon
Report for the United Nations Educational Scientific and
Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Report detailing the exodus of species from the Mt. Nardi area of the Nightcap Nationa Park World Heritage Area during a 15-year period (2000-2015.)
The correspondence of species disappearance from the Mt. Nardi-Mt. Matheson area of the World Heritage Site with the application of an increasing amount of electromagnetic technology designated as electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and electromagnetic frequencies (EMF.)
ID 368-006 Nightcap National Park 1986
New South Wales, Australia Co-ordinates: S28 32 24.60 E153 16 56.90
Report prepared by: Mark Broomhall (naturalist / ethno-botanist)