Tag Archives: wireless

Phonegate Interview with Dr. Marc Arazi

JOYCE: Explain to us how you first learned of the Phonegate scandal. What was your personal connection to the issue? DR. ARAZI: First, I read the report of the National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) … Continue reading

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2015: The Turnaround Year? Part 2: Hopeful Signs

You can almost feel the current flowing You can almost hear the circuits blowing It’s a far cry from the world We thought we’d inherit —Rush, Far Cry   ‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers— That perches in the soul— … Continue reading

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Scientists petition UN for better radiation exposure standards

Cindy Sage, co-author of Bioinitiatives Report. Do you use a cell phone? Wifi? An iPad? Do you have a ‘smart’ meter on your home? A baby monitor or DECT (cordless) phone? You should be aware these are all serious health … Continue reading

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Retired Naval Officer Warns of Wireless Dangers

You and your children are being experimented upon without your consent, thanks to the wireless revolution. That’s the message of former Canadian Navy Captain Jerry Flynn, who spoke at the Slocan Park Hall in BC’s beautiful Slocan Valley on February … Continue reading

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‘Smart’ Meters Are Anything But…

1. Business case stands little scrutiny BC Hydro’s Chief Project Officer for the ‘smart’ meter program Gary Murphy was recently on a whirlwind tour of West Kootenay municipal councils, touting the benefits of the nearly $1 billion wireless ‘smart’ meter … Continue reading

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Conflict of Interest Rules the 21st Century

1. The ‘Smoking’ Gun Ah, the joys of willful – and profitable – blindness. This May (2011), the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which reports to the World Health Organization (WHO), declared radio-frequency radiation (RFR) a Class 2B … Continue reading

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Wireless World: The End of the World as We Know It?

“It’s the end of the world as we know it / and I feel fine.” —REM, It’s the End of the World Imagine a world that has been so inundated with radiation that its inhabitants can barely function. Where a once … Continue reading

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