Monthly Archives: October 2017

Reminder: In 1976 classified memo, U.S. govt said 1-15 microW/cm2 a potential health hazard and unacceptable: FCC exposure limits are 1000 microW/cm2

Reposting this vital information about the U.S. government classified admission of potentially hazardous exposure at .1 -1% of current FCC exposure limits. ——————————————————————————– Wikileaks released a 1976 memo (below) to the U.S. Secretary of State regarding microwave radiation levels measured … Continue reading

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Study shows how electromagnetic fields amplify pain in amputees; a “direct response to man-made radiofrequency electromagnetic energy”

I do not endorse experimentation on animals or harming animals in the name of science, medicine, or in order to “benefit” humans.  From University of Texas at Dallas February 3, 2016 For years, retired Maj. David Underwood has noticed that … Continue reading

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Help this work continue

December 22, 2017 update: Received to date — $5. ———————— Thousands of people worldwide have visited this website and read the reports, studies, and news on Smart Meters and related wireless issues. However, to date, this website has received no … Continue reading

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Poster – 5G radiation exposure: the largest biological experiment ever. Nature is at risk

Artwork by artist Shelley Masters, who asks that it be posted far and wide.

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Cities are getting paid to turn street lights into spying SmartNodes

From the National Motorists Association NMA E-Newsletter #458 October 22, 2017 From guest writer, Joe Cadillic, of the MassPrivatal blog [Links in original article] The future of privacy in big cities is bleak­—cities are now getting paid to convert street lights … Continue reading

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Breaking: New York utility company ordered to stop charging “opt-out” fees

From the Times Herald-Record By Chris McKenna October 19, 2017 Central Hudson Gas & Electric was ordered Thursday to stop charging residential customers a $6 monthly “opt-out” fee if they refused meters the utility can read remotely because they fear that … Continue reading

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BREAKING: California governor vetoes SB 649 and small cell towers statewide

Governor Jerry Brown press release (last item) From the San Jose Mercury News October 16, 2017 California: Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes bill easing permits on cell phone towers Gov. Jerry Brown late Sunday vetoed Senate Bill 649, which … Continue reading

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