1) New 5G sites in West Kelowna and Osoyoos? They don’t say but imply. What are the sites? Are they cell towers, microcells or both?
Rogers installs new network sites in West Kelowna and Osoyoos
“We look forward to partnering alongside governments and continuing to invest in our networks to enhance connectivity across British Columbia, providing the backbone for our communities to take part in the digital economy as we look ahead to Canada’s recovery.”
The company plans to expand and enhance connectivity in another 75 communities before the end of 2021, and it says its impending purchase of Shaw will make its improvement happen even faster.
2) The Oregon Health Authorities were mandated to review independent science to determine if wireless devices (Wi-Fi) are hazardous to children. Their report was white-washed, flawed and biased, as reported in May.
Public comments from experts were harsh, parents were outraged. Many are demanding that the report be retracted and a report based on the true and unbiased findings be made public. If this stands, industry will use it to further deceive governments, school trustees, and the public. An accurate report on the findings could open the door to safer schools everywhere.
On July 6, some took the opportunity to make comments which were recorded. A parent forwarded the video with his comments below:
“OHA had their policy board meeting that included paid staff and volunteer members of their organization. 12 people ripped them to shreds for their corrupt handling of the recent review of science related to radiation in schools. Link starts at the beginning of the public testimony:”
Oregon Health Policy Board Meeting – 07/06/2021
3) The annual report from the US National Cancer Institute reports increases in cancers of the brain, nervous system, oral cavity, pharynx and uterus, among others. It would be interesting to get background information on the type of cancers of the brain and nervous system, and if there might be any mention of possible connection to cell phones for all of these. Cancer Societies’ websites repeat the industry mantra that there is no reason for concern.
Annual Report to the Nation: Rapid decrease in lung cancer and melanoma deaths lead overall continued decline in cancer death rate
“Overall cancer death rates continue to decline in men and women for all racial and ethnic groups in the United States, according to the latest Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer. During 2001 to 2018, declines in lung cancer death rates accelerated, and death rates for melanoma declined considerably in more recent years, reflecting a substantial increase in survival for metastatic melanoma. However, the report finds that for several other major cancers, including prostate, colorectal, and female breast cancers, previous declining trends in death rates slowed or disappeared…
The report, appearing in JNCI: The Journal of the National Cancer Institute, also finds that overall cancer incidence rates continue to increase among females, children, and adolescents and young adults (AYAs). All trends in this report cover the period before the COVID-19 pandemic….
Although declining trends in death rates accelerated for lung cancer and melanoma over this period, previous declining trends for colorectal and female breast cancer death rates slowed and those for prostate cancer leveled off. Death rates increased for a few cancers like brain and other nervous system and pancreas in both sexes, oral cavity and pharynx in males, and liver and uterus in females.
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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