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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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Physics and toxicology expert: 5G plus self-driving cars creates opportunity for class-action lawsuit against telecoms and auto industry due to health effects. “How can you allow this?” (VIDEO + transcript)

Testimony of Dr. Paul Héroux PhD to the Michigan House Energy Policy Committee: Senate Bill 637 on 5G small cell towers. October, 4, 2018 <iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/2JI7-9_FRYc&#8221; frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen> 8:31 Dr. Paul Héroux PhD … Continue reading

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Boiling point: CPUC considers converting Pacific Gas and Electric into a publicly owned utility; sweeping measures proposed to resolve chronic safety problems

Investigation 15-08-019 (I.15-08-019) Order Instituting Investigation on the Commission’s Own Motion to Determine Whether Pacific Gas and Electric Company and PG&E Corporation’s Organizational Culture and Governance Prioritize Safety. Given PG&E’s record and the dangers inherent in PG&E’s service territory, the Commission … Continue reading

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SF Chronicle — California 2009 cell phone advisory gutted in later versions, state refuses FOIA request; Sen. Kamala Harris blocked document access

From the San Francisco Chronicle New records show how state reworked secret cell phone warnings by Melody Gutierrez May 19, 2017 State health officials, over a five-year period, wrote and revised guidelines for safe use of cell phones. SACRAMENTO — … Continue reading

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Are ‘smart’ meters dangerous? Pennsylvania man wins round in fight with electric company

From Penn Live By Matt Miller February 10, 2017 At least for now, a Philadelphia man has won a round in his fight with the electric company. It came this week when a Commonwealth Court panel ordered the Public Utility … Continue reading

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Are my toys playing with my DNA?

The author asks, “What is a really safe distance?” No safe exposure level has ever been established. Research findings at various radiation levels show different aspects, not levels, of risk. Low power emissions sometimes have a greater effect than high … Continue reading

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Since 2012, UK Chief Fire Officers Association has supplied warning labels for meters

From Chief Fire Officers Association February 17, 2012 Label Electrical Safety CFOA have been working jointly with the Electrical Safety Council for some time. After an investigation by East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service into the frequency of fires originating at the electrical … Continue reading

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