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IEEE Fellow James Lin calls on WHO to raise wireless radiation (RF) cancer classification

The time is right for the IARC to upgrade its previous epidemiology-based classification of RF exposure to higher levels in terms of the carcinogenicity of RF radiation for humans. —  Dr. James C. Lin Following the National Toxicology Program study … Continue reading

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Russian government recommendations to parents on children’s cell phone use, includes limiting cell phone conversations to 2 minutes or less; at least 15 minutes break between calls

From the Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing About Parent Recommendations for Using Your Mobile Phone Safely 01/10/2020 1. A conversation on a mobile phone should not last more than 2 minutes, and the … Continue reading

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Global Protest to Stop 5G, January 25, 2020

International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space Global events scheduled Press release January 6th, 2020 For Immediate Release Contact: Kate Kheel, USA kate@stop5ginternational.org Tanja Katarina Rebel, UK tankarebel@stop5ginternational.org Pernille Schriver, Denmark denmark@stop5ginternational.org GLOBAL DAY OF PROTEST AGAINST … Continue reading

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Smart Meter song

“Smart Meters will come to you soon,” said my utility. “You’ll learn and save, and so much more With this technology. Join in the trend, we’ll save the earth, And conserve electricity. Life will be grand and bold and new. … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi proposed for Yellowstone National Park. Comment deadline Nov. 29, 2019

Update: direct link to comments: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/document.cfm?parkID=111&projectID=89100&documentID=99318 The East Idaho News article states “wireless access to recommended wilderness and park road corridors would be excluded,” it does not describe what wilderness and park road corridors are recommended for inclusion. In addition, … Continue reading

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California power shut-offs pose fire risk due to Smart Meters

In the report I released this summer on Smart Meter fire and electrical hazards, I explained the dangers which electrical surges pose to digital electronic meters. This week PG&E will activate Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) in many California counties. … Continue reading

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California PUC directs utilities to expand Energy Atlas — disaggregated energy data “to reveal previously undetectable patterns” online

From California Public Utilities Commission California Smart Grid: 2018 Annual Report to the Governor and Legislature Released February 2019 p. 29 Energy Atlas: A Geospatial Tool to Combat Climate Change Since 2014, the CPUC has been part of a group … Continue reading

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