2022-02-12 Effects of Underwater IoT on marine life

1) It is vital that CEPA be amended to reflect the environmental harm done by EMF. Several environmental law firms are involved in this process, EcoJustice being one of them. EcoJustice has played significant roles in many legal cases regarding the environment.

Working to bring CEPA into the 21st century

“The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) is now more than 20 years old and long overdue for an update.

CEPA is Canada’s cornerstone law for protecting human health and the environment from pollution and toxic substances.

But in the past 20 years, our scientific understanding of the impacts of environmental and toxic pollution has greatly evolved. We now know that there is no real safe threshold for exposure to toxic chemicals or air pollution – even at low doses, their effects can be detrimental to human and ecosystem health.

That is why we need a modern law that protects our health and the people, species, and places we care about from these harmful substances.”


2) Provided by Kate Kheel re. the potential effects on marine life of Underwater Internet of Things. Military and commercial use of microwave and, perhaps, milliwave frequencies under and on the oceans will have a devastating effect on all marine life, but especially mammals who use sound waves to communicate, to locate food, and to navigate. Most people are not aware of the actions of the military of the years that already harm ocean life and they will not hear anything but praise and benefits about UIoT. I believe that people care about sea mammals and might get involved if they understood more about what is going on. Please share this info with friends and family, and with your local politicians and media.

The following document was from a talk by Patrick Miller presented to the International Standards Committee (ISO/IEC working group SC41/W67 workshop on February 9, 2022. SC41 is proposing to develop a set of standards for underwater communication.”

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Research approaches to quantify the effects of underwater noise on cetaceans: Recommendations for U-IoT standards

• “Sound is important underwater, useful for communication!!
• U-IoT standards ignore potential impacts of acoustic transmissions – human divers, animals that use sound
• Cetacean (whales and dolphins) and seals hear well in data bands, can (possibly illegally) harass marine mammals and lead to negative impacts”


Current Ocean page on the new website…Safe Tech International…(Formerly known as, Stop 5G International).

Smart Ocean: Impacts of technology on marine life

Smart Ocean: Impacts of technology on marine life


More Whales, Less Ocean Noise — Online Winter Solstice Even and Meditation to Protect Marine Life   (video 1:28 hr.)

Many are passing this information on and, hopefully, the public will become knowledgeable enough to become outraged.

New Threat to Life: The Internet of Underwater Things

This story is about a crazy and dangerous project that is being carried out behinds the scenes — with a potential to impact all life on Earth. The monster is called the Internet of Underwater Things, and the objective of the initiative is to fully invade and disrupt the oceans in the name of, what else, lucrative “sustainable development,” plus military gains. In a 2012 paper, the Internet of Underwater Things is defined as a “world-wide network of smart interconnected underwater objects that enables to monitor vast unexplored water areas.””



Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

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