Ladies and Gentlemen,
There is a thread that connects the forced retirement of Prof. Olle Johansson from the Karolinska, the Nobel Prize, AT&T, Intel and Ericsson.
- Prof. Johansson is being forced to retire from the Karolinska Institute.
- Ericsson sponsors the Noble Prize celebrations at the Karolinska.
- AT&T is partnering with Ericsson and Intel to develop 5G.
- Ericsson’s only research facility outside of Sweden is in Ireland.
- Intel’s European manufacturing facility is located in Ireland along with it’s research facility in Co. Clare.
- Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) was first tested without oversight in Ireland in Athlone, Co. Westmeath where the Ericsson research facility is located.
- Ericsson has tested millimeter wave technology in the Nordic countries although, according to its own admission, 5G standards “are not yet defined.”
Ericsson’s behaviour is aggressive and politically well connected.
In an era of so-called “fake news” discernment has never been more important.
Six and a half years ago a the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland explained that one in two (one-half) of the Irish population will contract cancer by the year 2025. Now the Irish Cancer Society is predicting the same number will contract the disease by 2020. How do they know? On what evidence is that figure justified?
Further, this is before introduction of 5G and Smart Meters for electricity.
In tandem with the anticipated increase in cancer, the Irish government continues to cut State medical benefits. This means that more individuals will contract cancer without medical insurance. By inference, this means that more people are going to die due to the inability to pay for drugs and treatment.
Taken together, this points to an unspoken programme of population reduction.
Prestigious Karolinska Institute forces EMF researcher to retire – a call to action
By Catherine J Frompovich
One of the most respected electromagnetic frequency researchers in the world, Professor Olle Johansson, is being forced to retire from the Karolinska Institute apparently because Dr. Johansson’s research proves non-thermal adverse health effects from EMFs/RFs from microwave technology, things like Wi-Fi and AMI Smart Meters.
The Karolinska Institute namely wants Dr. Johansson to retire in advance of his desire to do so, due to a) a lack of funding, and b) lack of need for his services, i.e. the need for research concerning health effects of electromagnetic fields and the functional impairment of electrohypersensitivity, which does not exist any longer at the Institute. How ridiculous! Daily, more and more science is published regarding the problems with microwave technologies.
Letter from Dr. Olle Johansson of Karolinska Institute to the California Public Utilities Commission warning of the dangers of smart meters
Wireless communication is now being implemented in our daily life in a very fast way. At the same time, it is becoming more and more obvious that the exposure to electromagnetic fields may result in highly unwanted health effects. This has been demonstrated in a very large number of studies and includes cellular DNA-damage (which may lead to an initiation of cancer as well as mutations that carry down generations), disruptions and alterations of cellular functions like increases in intracellular stimulatory pathways and calcium handling, disruption of tissue structures like the blood-brain barrier (which may allow toxins to enter the brain), impact on vessel and immune functions, and loss of fertility. It should be noted that we are not the only species at jeopardy, practically all animals and plants may be at stake.
Companies will have to protect employees from electromagnetic waves
This is one of the novelties of January 1: companies will now have to take into consideration the issue of electromagnetic waves to which employees are exposed
These waves are emitted especially by wireless equipment: Wi-Fi, mobile phones or tablets. It took three years for this European directive to be applied in France. A decree, published on August 6 in the Official Journal (https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2016/8/3/ETST1611714D/jo), on the "protection of workers against the risks arising from electromagnetic fields," said the exposure thresholds that must not be exceeded.
Smartphone, internet use at record high in US: survey
More than three-fourths of American adults now use a smartphone, helping to boost internet adoption to a record level, a survey showed Thursday.
The Pew Research Center survey found 77 percent owning a smartphone in late 2016, more than double the level of 2011, when 35 percent said they used such devices.
The rise was fueled by a "sharp uptick" in smartphone use by those with low incomes and those 50 and older, Pew said.
LG threatens to put Wi-Fi in every appliance it releases in 2017
Plus, its new smart fridge includes Amazon's Alexa and a bunch of cameras.
In the past few years, products at CES have increasingly focused on putting the Internet in everything, no matter how "dumb" the device in question is by nature. It's how we've ended up with stuff like this smart hairbrush, this smart air freshener, these smart ceiling fans, or this $100 pet food bowl that can order things from Amazon.
Now that phenomenon is reaching its logical endpoint: during the company's CES press conference today, LG marketing VP David VanderWaal says that "starting this year" all of LG's home appliances will feature "advanced Wi-Fi connectivity."
Google’s latest self-driving car? It’s a minivan