From International Society for Electrosmog Research IGEF (Germany)
Electrosmog measure made easy!
Do you want to find the risk of electro-smog for yourself and your family?
Suitable measuring devices can be used to determine where electromagnetic fields occur in your home or working area; Or have your home and work area measured by a professional.
With a separate measuring instrument, the advantage is obvious; The electromagnetic environment is very dynamic and the values can change very quickly and extensively. For example, if your neighbor is installed directly on the wall next to your bedroom WLAN. You can also determine the radiation load and make appropriate adjustments for newly acquired devices.
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From Susan Clarke, GUARDS
Everything you need to know about 5G - 6 minute video from IEEE
Millimeter waves, massive MIMO, full duplex, beamforming, and small cells are just a few of the technologies that could enable ultrafast 5G networks.
• Harish Krishnaswamy, Columbia University
• Gabriel M. Rebeiz, UCSD
• Ove Edfors, Lund University
• Yonghui Li, University of Sydney
• Paul Harris, University of Bristol
Video by Amy Nordrum, Kristen Clark of IEEE Spectrum
From Angela Tsiang, California
URGENT: 5G - FCC to Drop Barriers
Speeding up broadband deployment in order to close the digital divide is a core goal of new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Inside Towers reported.
Presiding over his first open meeting of the FCC in his new role, Pai announced the formation of a federal broadband deployment advisory committee to do that.
The group will identify barriers to infrastructure deployment and make recommendations to remove them, he said. The group will work to revise pole attachment rules, identify ways to encourage municipalities to adopt “deployment-friendly” policies and other reforms.
Take Action: Help stop 5G and V2V communication
There are several things coming down the pike that need your input.
1. Call your Senators (https://www.senate.gov/general/resources/pdf/senators_phone_list.pdf) and tell them: Vote NO on Mobile Now Act S.19 and Vote NO on Digit Act S.88. Information is available at http://whatis5g.info/index.php/2017/01/26/immediate-action-contact-all-us-senators-concerning-the-stop-mobile-now-act-and-the-digit-act/Whatis5G.info. Please see www.electricalpollution.com/WirelessKillsTrees.html for information about how wireless can be expected to damage trees and the environment. The Senate needs to know. Send them the sample letter (www.electricalpollution.com/documents/WirelessKillsTreesSampleLetter.doc).
2. Ask the President to veto Mobile Now Act S.19 and veto Digit Act S.88 http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact (2,500 character limit) or Comments: 202-456-1111.
3. Sign this petition asking the President repeal Section 704 of the 1996 Telecommunications Act: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/repeal-section-704-telecommunications-act-1996
4. File a comment with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in opposition to requiring V2V technology in all new cars (Docket No. NHTSA-2016-0126). Comments are due by April 12, 2017. Submit comment at http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=NHTSA_FRDOC_0001-1752. Please visit www.electricalpollution.com/RFinCars.html to find out more about the docket and the RF that is already in your car.
While it is absolutely essential that you participate in the above actions, please also work to raise awareness within your community. Only awareness and public outcry will halt rollout in your community. Many mayors and common councils are likely to bring forward 5G proposals because the industry will have convinced them that it will be good for economic development. You need to provide them with the evidence that wireless harms health (healthcare and disability are already a major government expense) and the environment. Your story may help some to listen, but others will be more likely to listen to the science, which is in and shows harm. (Some potentially useful resources listed below.) You may want to give them a basic list of common symptoms and simple suggestions for minimizing exposure (see the Solutions page at www.electricalpollution.com.) There will be nothing more convincing than their own personal experience. For example, most people (one statistic I saw was 80%) are now experiencing sleep problems. People have noticed a marked improvement in sleep quality simply by turning off all their wireless (cellphones, cordless phones, tablets, laptops, WiFi, bluetooth, etc). This is one simple way for people to begin understanding that wireless technology can effect their biology. Once you have presented a clear and coherent case hammering at those in denial by yourself is unlikely to have further beneficial effects. Let them sit with the evidence and move on to those with more open minds. People often need time and information from many different sources.
In addition to educating your mayor and common council, you need to educate fellow residents. Make sure they all know the common symptoms of radiofrequency sickness. Nothing is more powerful than a door to door campaign performed in a polite non-confrontational concerned informative style with a succinct message. Preferably you will have a simple leaflet you can leave with links they can go to for more information and/or a way they can contact you for more information or to help raise awareness. (Here is are links to the two pages of one I have used http://www.electricalpollution.com/documents/WirelessDangerFlyerPg1.pdf and http://www.electricalpollution.com/documents/WirelessDangerFlyerPg2.pdf. There is also a good Public Health Warning Card that can be purchased from www.stopsmartmeters.org)
You can also write a letter to the editor to start raising awareness. Small papers generally print everything they receive as long as it is not profane or libelous. Those in larger markets may need to have several polite informational email and/or phone conversations, possibly over time, before their letters will start getting published. Increased public awareness will increase the likelihood that the letters will be published.
Local access cable stations provide an additional venue for getting the word out. They may also need further information. Please be polite, patient, and informative. Here are some videos that may be appropriate: THE DANGERS OF WI-FI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywZS4vbl9fg&list=PLMAz9ZRXjYmpbGE51zvScTaphFPybdGl2&t=12s&index=1); The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation: what we know, what we need to find out, and what you can do now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwyDCHf5iCY (There is a good out take from this that can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYDmIq-nTn4 and perhaps used as a trailer or send it around and see if it can go viral!); Electromagnetic Radiation, Health and Children 2014 by Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe is a must-watch video about the hazard that RF radiation emitted by wireless technology poses to children, fertility, and pregnancy.(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNFdZVeXw7M), or one of several movies - Take Back Your Power; Resonance Beings of Frequency, etc. There are now many options for good informative presentations that would be suitable for local access cable.
Making presentations to local organizations and having booths at various events can also help get the word out. Having printed material to hand out and an RF meter to demonstrate with would be important for these activities. You may want to watch the presentations above for pointers on presenting the information. If you watch them with people who are new to the issue, then you'll get an idea of what works and what doesn't.
Public awareness and outcry can stop proposals brought by private individuals or businesses. Don't just sit back and expect your local officials to have the common sense to kill these proposals. Legally, under the 1996 Telecom Act, they can't do that, but public outrage has forced companies to drop plans and withdraw applications. And, the local property owners party to the application may withdraw from the application in the face of public opposition, effectively killing the proposal.
Preemptive action will be essential to stopping V2V and 5G in your community. In the event that you are unable to stop 5G and V2V in your community, public awareness will make their stay shorter because when people get sick, they will realize why and demand its removal.
Thank you all in advance for your great efforts. In case you think that we are not making progress, guess again, see http://ehtrust.org/policy/international-policy-actions-on-wireless/ for the long list of countries, municipalities, and organizations taking action on this issue.
Protecting my health and that of others by using a hardwired computer in a low RF environment. For more information, see www.electricalpollution.com
From Cecelia Doucette:
Dear EMF Stakeholders,
When it rains, it pours. Two days ago I sent an update asking folks in MA to request their legislators co-sponsor MA bills on EMFs (please still do that). Then we learned something big is up at the Federal level. Below is an email I am sending to my contacts, please feel free to use any of it if it might help with your efforts too...
Most of you may know it's more my style to present information on wireless radiation and let folks decide what to do with it. Today, however, it takes me out of my comfort zone but I need to ask for your explicit help in our democratic process --realizing it may take you out of your comfort zone too.
The FCC and industry are fast-tracking legislation that would take authority away from our municipalities in deciding whether or not we want the infrastructure needed for 5G and t he Internet of Things. They did this back in 1997 too when they circumvented safety testing on cell phone technology then got the Telecommunications Act passed. That left our local authorities powerless as the industry put cell towers near homes, schools, hospitals, churches and senior housing. Many have become very ill, with no recourse.
Now the FCC and industry are trying to push through two bills in D.C. that will put small but extremely hazardous cell antennas in our neighborhoods on utility poles right outside our homes, schools, offices, everywhere. The 5G signal will carry huge doses of data faster, but not very far so the industry wants to install millions of these small cell antennas to carry the data from pole to pole. 5G will also use 3G and 4G technology so existing towers won't come down; 5G will add to the electrosmog. These small cell antennas will pulse biologically hazardous microwave radiation at us 24/7 at close range.
The way the Telecom Act is written today, industry is supposed to submit an application to town officials to put in antennas, and these new bills are trying to override this control measure for local authorities. Why is the FCC and industry in such a rush? The U.S. National Toxicology Program is in the middle of reporting out findings from a $25M multi-year study that has already found this radiation causes DNA damage, brain and heart tumors. More findings will come out in 2017.
The industry leaders are not concerned with public health, they just want to be first to market. As soon as the NTP findings came out, they pushed to get approval to use the 5G spectrum. The Cellular Telephone Industry Association (CTIA-The Wireless Association) did its own big cancer study in the 1990s which showed the same findings, but they didn't inform the public. Instead, they crafted the Telecom Act and pushed cell phones and infrastructure on an unsuspecting public. Then they introduced wi-fi which exposes us even further indoors, and now they plan to roll out the Internet of Things and blanket our neighborhoods in radiation.
Please, don't take my word on all of this, when you have time I encourage you to investigate on your own (thank you, Katie Singer, author of Invisible Silent Spring, and others for this great resource on these two bills, and thank you world scientists for the EMF Scientists website which presents the facts on wireless radiation).
But for today, we need your voice (and every adult's in your house) in two ways:
1. Call your U.S. Senators' office with the following message; you can read it to the person who answers the phone, or leave it in voice mail. Phone numbers are given at the end of this email:
My name is ______ from (city/state) and I am calling to ask the Senator to Vote NO on MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88 to stop 5G infrastructure and rollout of the Internet of Things. The National Toxicology Program has found the electromagnetic radiation used by wireless technology causes DNA damage, and brain and heart tumors. Non-industry funded studies all over the world report other short-and long-term biological effects, ranging from infertility, Alzheimer’s and autism to digital addiction, insomnia, headaches, skin rashes, learning disabilities, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety and more. Please VOTE NO on the MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88. Please insist on public hearings, and send a clear message to industry that they need to work with non-industry funded scientists to develop biologically safe technology. Thank you.
2. Email your U.S. Senators with the following message; email links are given below:
Subject: Please Vote NO on MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88
The National Toxicology Program has found the electromagnetic field (EMF) of radiation emitted by wireless technology causes DNA damage, and brain and heart tumors. Non-industry funded studies all over the world report other short-and long-term biological effects, ranging from infertility, Alzheimer’s and autism to digital addiction, insomnia, headaches, nausea, nose/ear bleeds, skin rashes, cognitive impairment, learning disabilities, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety and more. Children, fetuses, the elderly and those with known health compromises are especially vulnerable. See www.emfscientist.org.
If this subject is new to you, you will likely have questions as we have all rapidly adopted wireless technology into our lives. Please read this high-level three-page overview titled, "EMF Points of Confusion vs. Fact" at
The FCC and industry are trying to fast-track these bills which will take away local authority from communities to decide whether they want toxic 5G/Internet of Things infrastructure installed at the street-level on poles right outside homes, schools, and offices. Please insist on public hearings, and send a clear message to industry that they need to work with non-industry funded scientists to develop biologically safe technology. Retired Microsoft Canada President Frank Clegg assures us they can, if given a nudge. See https://vimeo.com/134411701.
Please VOTE NO on the MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88. Thank you.
This is how the system works. They log your call, then print out your email for the legislator. Multiple calls and emails get their attention. If there is no activity, or very little, the industry wins.
Thank you for taking the time to read this email. I hope you will take another ten minutes to call and send an email to your legislators before your head hits the pillow tonight. The Senate will vote on this any day now, and most do not even know wireless is hazardous yet. They've only heard the benefits from persuasive industry lobbyists.
Thank you for the courage to use your voice in a way that might really make a difference in our world!
Congress’ phone system is broken—but it’s still your best shot
IN TIMES OF political turmoil and controversy, Senate and House office phone lines come under siege...
Even in 2017, in the age of Twitter and Facebook and WhatsApp and email and chatbots and internet-enabled fax machines, a phone call is the best way to not just reach your representative, but affect them. “It’s just a matter of how people process information,” says Kris Miler, who researches politics and government at the University of Maryland. Miler’s book, Constituency Representation in Congress, explores the ways legislators understand and respond to their constituents. She distinguished between personal contact—either on the phone or face-to-face—and things like email and faxes. “Both have an impact,” she says, “but the impact of personal and phone calls was much stronger.”
US SENATORS BY STATE – 115TH CONGRESS January 2017
Sessions, Jeff - (R - AL) (202) 224-4124 Contact: www.sessions.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-jeff
Shelby, Richard C. - (R - AL) (202) 224-5744 Contact: www.shelby.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/emailsenatorshelby
Murkowski, Lisa - (R - AK) (202) 224-6665 Contact: www.murkowski.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Sullivan, Dan - (R - AK) (202) 224-3004 Contact: www.sullivan.senate.gov/contact/email
Flake, Jeff - (R - AZ) (202) 224-4521 Contact: www.flake.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-jeff
McCain, John - (R - AZ) (202) 224-2235 Contact: www.mccain.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Boozman, John - (R - AR) (202) 224-4843 Contact: www.boozman.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Cotton, Tom - (R - AR) (202) 224-2353 Contact: www.cotton.senate.gov/?p=contact
Feinstein, Dianne - (D - CA) (202) 224-3841 Contact: www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Harris, Kamala D. - (D - CA) (202) 224-3553 Contact: www.harris.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Bennet, Michael F. - (D - CO) (202) 224-5852 Contact: www.bennet.senate.gov/?p=contact
Gardner, Cory - (R - CO) (202) 224-5941 Contact: www.gardner.senate.gov/contact-cory/email-cory
Blumenthal, Richard - (D - CT) (202) 224-2823 Contact: www.blumenthal.senate.gov/contact/
Murphy, Christopher - (D - CT) (202) 224-4041 Contact: www.murphy.senate.gov/contact
Carper, Thomas R. - (D - DE) (202) 224-2441 Contact: www.carper.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-senator-carper
Coons, Christopher A. - (D - DE) (202) 224-5042 Contact: www.coons.senate.gov/contact
Nelson, Bill - (D - FL) (202) 224-5274 Contact: www.billnelson.senate.gov/contact-bill
Rubio, Marco - (R - FL) (202) 224-3041 Contact: www.rubio.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Isakson, Johnny - (R - GA) (202) 224-3643 Contact: www.isakson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me
Perdue, David - (R - GA) (202) 224 -3521 Contact: www.perdue.senate.gov/connect/email
Hirono, Mazie K. - (D - HI) (202) 224 -6361 Contact: www.hirono.senate.gov/contact
Schatz, Brian - (D - HI) (202) 224 -3934 Contact: www.schatz.senate.gov/contact
Crapo, Mike - (R - ID) (202) 224 -6142 Contact: www.crapo.senate.gov/contact/email.cfm
Risch, James E. - (R - ID) (202) 224 -2752 Contact: www.risch.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=Email
Duckworth, Tammy - (D - IL) (202) 224 -2854 Contact: www.duckworth.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Durbin, Richard J. - (D - IL) (202) 224 -2152 Contact: www.durbin.senate.gov/contact/
Donnelly, Joe - (D - IN) (202) 224 -4814 Contact: www.donnelly.senate.gov/contact/email-joe
Young, Todd - (R - IN) (202) 224 -5623 Contact: www.young.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Ernst, Joni - (R - IA) (202) 224-3254 Contact: www.ernst.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Grassley, Chuck - (R - IA) (202) 224-3744 Contact: www.grassley.senate.gov/contact
Moran, Jerry - (R - KS) (202) 224-6521 Contact: www.moran.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-jerry
Roberts, Pat - (R - KS) (202) 224-4774 Contact: www.roberts.senate.gov/public/?p=EmailPat
McConnell, Mitch - (R - KY) (202) 224-2541 Contact: www.mcconnell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=contact
Paul, Rand - (R - KY) (202) 224-4343 Contact: www.paul.senate.gov/connect/email-rand
Cassidy, Bill - (R - LA) (202) 224-5824 Contact: www.cassidy.senate.gov/contact
Kennedy, John - (R - LA) (202) 224-4623 Contact: www.kennedy.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Collins, Susan M. - (R - ME) (202) 224-2523 Contact: www.collins.senate.gov/contact
King, Angus S., Jr. - (I - ME) (202) 224-5344 Contact: www.king.senate.gov/contact
Cardin, Benjamin L. - (D - MD) (202) 224 -4524 Contact: www.cardin.senate.gov/contact/
Van Hollen, Chris - (D - MD) (202) 224 -4654 Contact: www.vanhollen.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Markey, Edward J. - (D - MA) (202) 224 -2742 Contact: www.markey.senate.gov/contact
Warren, Elizabeth - (D - MA) (202) 224 -4543 Contact: www.warren.senate.gov/?p=email_senator
Peters, Gary C. - (D - MI) (202) 224 -6221 Contact: www.peters.senate.gov/contact/email-gary
Stabenow, Debbie - (D - MI) (202) 224 -4822 Contact: www.stabenow.senate.gov/?p=contact
Franken, Al - (D - MN) (202) 224 -5641 Contact: www.franken.senate.gov/?p=contact
Klobuchar, Amy - (D - MN) (202) 224 -3244 Contact: www.klobuchar.senate.gov/public/contact-amy
Cochran, Thad - (R - MS) (202) 224 -5054 Contact: www.cochran.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me
Wicker, Roger F. - (R - MS) (202) 224 -6253 Contact: www.wicker.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Blunt, Roy - (R - MO) (202) 224-5721 Contact: www.blunt.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-roy
McCaskill, Claire - (D - MO) (202) 224-6154 Contact: www.mccaskill.senate.gov/contact
Daines, Steve - (R - MT) (202) 224-2651 Contact: www.daines.senate.gov/connect/email-steve
Tester, Jon - (D - MT) (202) 224-2644 Contact: www.tester.senate.gov/?p=email_senator
Fischer, Deb - (R - NE) (202) 224-6551 Contact: www.fischer.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Sasse, Ben - (R - NE) (202) 224-4224 Contact: www.sasse.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-ben
Cortez Masto, Catherine - (202) 224-3542 Contact: www.cortezmasto.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Heller, Dean - (R - NV) (202) 224-6244 Contact: www.heller.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Hassan, Margaret Wood - (D - NH) (202) 224-3324 Contact: www.hassan.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Shaheen, Jeanne - (D - NH) (202) 224 -2841 Contact: www.shaheen.senate.gov/contact/contact-jeanne
Booker, Cory A. - (D - NJ) (202) 224 -3224 Contact: www.booker.senate.gov/?p=contact
Menendez, Robert - (D - NJ) (202) 224 -4744 Contact: www.menendez.senate.gov/contact
Heinrich, Martin - (D - NM) (202) 224 -5521 Contact: www.heinrich.senate.gov/contact
Udall, Tom - (D - NM) (202) 224 -6621 Contact: www.tomudall.senate.gov/?p=contact
Gillibrand, Kirsten E. - (D - NY) (202) 224 -4451 Contact: www.gillibrand.senate.gov/contact/
Schumer, Charles E. - (D - NY) (202) 224 -6542 Contact: www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck
Burr, Richard - (R - NC) (202) 224 -3154 Contact: www.burr.senate.gov/contact/email
Tillis, Thom - (R - NC) (202) 224 -6342 Contact: www.tillis.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me
Heitkamp, Heidi - (D - ND) (202) 224 -2043 Contact: www.heitkamp.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Hoeven, John - (R - ND) (202) 224-2551 Contact: www.hoeven.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-the-senator
Brown, Sherrod - (D - OH) (202) 224-2315 Contact: www.brown.senate.gov/contact/
Portman, Rob - (R - OH) (202) 224-3353 Contact: www.portman.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Inhofe, James M. - (R - OK) (202) 224-4721 Contact: www.inhofe.senate.gov/contact
Lankford, James - (R - OK) (202) 224-5754 Contact: www.lankford.senate.gov/contact/email
Merkley, Jeff - (D - OR) (202) 224-3753 Contact: www.merkley.senate.gov/contact/
Wyden, Ron - (D - OR) (202) 224-5244 Contact: www.wyden.senate.gov/contact/
Casey, Robert P., Jr. - (D - PA) (202) 224-6324 Contact: www.casey.senate.gov/contact/
Toomey, Patrick J. - (R - PA) (202) 224-4254 Contact: www.toomey.senate.gov/?p=contact
Reed, Jack - (D - RI) (202) 224-4642 Contact: www.reed.senate.gov/contact/
Whitehouse, Sheldon - (D - RI) (202) 224-2921 Contact: www.whitehouse.senate.gov/contact/email-sheldon
Graham, Lindsey - (R - SC) (202) 224-5972 Contact: www.lgraham.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-senator-gr
Scott, Tim - (R - SC) (202) 224-6121 Contact: www.scott.senate.gov/contact/email-me
Rounds, Mike - (R - SD) (202) 224-5842 Contact: www.rounds.senate.gov/contact/email-mike
Thune, John - (R - SD) (202) 224-2321 Contact: www.thune.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Alexander, Lamar - (R - TN) (202) 224-4944 Contact: www.alexander.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=Email
Corker, Bob - (R - TN) (202) 224-3344 Contact: www.corker.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/emailme
Cornyn, John - (R - TX) (202) 224-2934 Contact: www.cornyn.senate.gov/contact
Cruz, Ted - (R - TX) (202) 224-5922 Contact: www.cruz.senate.gov/?p=email_senator
Hatch, Orrin G. - (R - UT) (202) 224-5251 Contact: www.hatch.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact?p=Email-Orrin
Lee, Mike - (R - UT) (202) 224-5444 Contact: www.lee.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Leahy, Patrick J. - (202) 224-4242 Contact: www.leahy.senate.gov/contact/
Sanders, Bernard - (I - VT) (202) 224-5141 Contact: www.sanders.senate.gov/contact/
Kaine, Tim - (D - VA) (202) 224-4024 Contact: www.kaine.senate.gov/contact
Warner, Mark R. - (D - VA) (202) 224-2023 Contact: www.warner.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=Contact
Cantwell, Maria - (D - WA) (202) 224-3441 Contact: www.cantwell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-maria
Murray, Patty - (D - WA) (202) 224-2621 Contact: www.murray.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contactme
Capito, Shelley Moore - (R - WV) (202) 224-6472 Contact: www.capito.senate.gov/contact/contact-shelley
Manchin, Joe, III - (D - WV) (202) 224-3954 Contact: www.manchin.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Baldwin, Tammy - (D - WI) (202) 224-5653 Contact: www.baldwin.senate.gov/feedback
Johnson, Ron - (R - WI) (202) 224-5323 Contact: https://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-the-senator
Barrasso, John - (R - WY) (202) 224-6441 Contact: www.barrasso.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Enzi, Michael B. - (R - WY) (202) 224-3424 Contact: www.enzi.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-senator-enzi
Targeted Individuals BBC protest, 25 February 2017 at 1 p.m.
TIs Protest in front of BBC, Portland Pl, Marylebone, London W1A 1AA on 25 February 2017 at 1pm. It has been organised by Stephanie van der Velde every two months with press presence.
If you could forward it to other TIs in the UK and abroad it would be appreciated. I have cc'd Stopeg, Stopzet, Magnus and Paolo.
Ana Belen Fernandez Alvarez
Covert Harassment UK Ltd
AT&T plans field trials of ‘Project AirGig’
In ‘advanced discussions’ with power companies
By fall, AT&T is planning to conduct field trials of its millimeter wave propagation over power line technology — named Project AirGig. In a press release, the company said it is in “advanced discussions with power companies and others” to conduct trials in at least two locations, with at least one in the U.S.
First disclosed in September 2016, AT&T stated the technology has the potential to provide Gbps speeds. Using existing power lines as the distribution network avoids the time and expense of laying fiber or building new towers.
As envisioned, the power lines would guide the millimeter wave signal, with the
- power line poles hosting repeaters, for regenerating the AirGig millimeter wave signals,
- small cells, for converting AirGig signals to cellular or Wi-Fi, and/or
- millimeter wave transmitters for providing broadband fixed wireless services to nearby homes or businesses.
Scientific organization requests assistance for initiatives
From the Planetary Association for Clean Energy Inc./ La Société planétaire pour
Urgent PACE request for timely support:
We are involved in a number of initiatives internationally that are for the improvement of planetary affairs on a number of fronts and which do require support other than just volunteerism and sheer willpower..
• on-going negotiations in several nations for the clean-up of nuclear wastes, contaminated zones involving several techniques, as well as advanced logistics / assessment modalities. These negotiations are very demanding on our limited resources in preparing responses.
• documentation preparations including on-site evidence gathering for a class action suit concerning existing and emerging electromagnetic field emissions when they are injurious to society and to at least 30% of population in developed areas. This case could have worldwide repercussions.
We are also involved, since more than a year, in advanced stages, prototyping stand-alone electrical energy supply for sustainable communities.
IF YOU WISH TO HAVE DETAILS ABOUT THESE HUMANITARIAN AND SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS, PLEASE ADVISE.
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The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Incorporated was founded in June 1975 in Ottawa, Canada, under the guidance of the Hon. Senator Chesley W. Carter, then Chair-person of the Senate’s Standing Committee on Health, Welfare and Science as well as member of the Senate Special Committee on Science Policy. With the Hon. Carter, a number of scientists undertook to make use of this Association to develop an international interdisciplinary network of advanced scientific thinking individuals and organizations. Together, these were to promote and steward “clean energy systems” for eventual implementation on a planetary-wide scale.
Clean energy systems are defined as those which draw on natural supply, which are universal in application, which are inexpensive and which do not cause polluting residue.
Already by 1976 such systems were being examined and promoted by the founders of the Association. This initial nucleus of scientists grew. In 1979, the Association became incorporated as a Canadian non-profit corporation. Its Federal Charter foresaw the role of facilitation of the discovery, research, development, demonstration and evaluation of clean energy systems. Another role cited is stewarding the planning, co-ordination and implementation of clean energy systems on planetary, continental, regional, local and individual scales. Experience has enjoined the network to act responsibly by serving as a monitor and an alert system for emerging “unclean” systems not considered by other groups.
In 1980, the Association became a Learned Society and hosted its first sessions as such at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Its network currently comprises about 3,500 individuals and institutions in over 60 nations. Its official publication is the Newsletter. Since 1981, books, proceedings, monographs and electronic publications have been released to both general and specialist audiences.
In 1986, the Learned Society initiated sustained efforts towards international technological transfer through a Symposium/exhibition in Hull (Gatineau), Québec, followed by a 1989 presentation at the United Nations, where it is recognized as an Associate NGO, since 2004 in special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
In 1990, the University of Ottawa‘s Institute for Research on Environment and Economy has conferred an associative status to the Society. In 2005, The International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science elected the Society membership at the request of A. Takahashi (Japan) and Brian Cummins (U.K.)
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