[5G From Blankets to Bullets by Arthur Firstenberg – Abilify MyCite – Antidepressant Side Effects – BCUC – BioInitiative Reports – Bipolar – Birds & Bees – Bluetooth – Cell Phones – China Communications Construction Co. Ltd. – Christy Clark – Cindy Sage – CRTC – Digital Tracking Pills with Sensors – Doctor Mitchell Mathis, FDA – EHS – Ellie Marks – Environment – Fibre Optics – Harry Swain – Jane Philpott – Jeffrey Lieberman – Kathy Read Letter to David Eby, Doug Donaldson, George Heyman, John Horgan, Lana Popham, Michelle Mungall, Scott Fraser – Landlines – Mental Disorders – Microcells / Small Cells – Paul Appelbaum – Peter Lantin – Phased Array Antennas Directed Beams – Proteus Digital Health – RF Shielding – Ryan Barber, Haida Gwaii Radio Society – Schizophrenia – Site C Summit – Tsunami Notification / Warning System – Wireless Devices | Haida Gwaii & Kitimat-Stikine & Powell River & Prince Rupert & Sunshine Coast & Vancouver Island & Victoria, BC – China – USA] & (audio) & (video)
1) A radio interview with Cindy Sage, who worked with many scientists to publish both editions of the BioInitiative Report, and Ellie Marks, director of the California Brain Tumor Association. They cover a variety of RF-related topics including EHS, shielding, 5G / microcells, growing incidence of cancers in young people (testicular in young men).
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Your Call: What do we know about the radiation coming from our pockets?
http://kalw.org/post/your-call-what-do-we-know-about-radiation-coming-our-pockets#stream/0 (audio tape is about 53 min.)
2) The new technology is being used for the most outrageous things. How about having someone who is paranoid take a pill with a sensor that reports back to their doctors? And wearing a patch that reports via Bluetooth? What about the neurological effects from the microwave radiation from this? Look at the side effects reported.
FDA approves pill with sensor that digitally tracks if patients have ingested their medication
“Abilify MyCite (aripiprazole tablets with sensor) has an ingestible sensor embedded in the pill that records that the medication was taken…
The system works by sending a message from the pill’s sensor to a wearable patch. The patch transmits the information to a mobile application…
In the clinical trials for Abilify, the most common side effects reported by adults taking Abilify were nausea, vomiting, constipation, headache, dizziness, uncontrollable limb and body movements (akathisia), anxiety, insomnia, and restlessness. Skin irritation at the site of the MyCite patch placement may occur in some patients.””
Experts Raise Eyebrows at Digital Pill to Monitor Patients with Schizophrenia
“The digital ingestion tracking system works by embedding each Abilify tablet with a sensor “the size of a grain of sand,” according to the company behind it, Proteus Digital Health. The ingestible sensor is activated by gastric juices and sends a unique, identifying signal to a wearable patch. That patch automatically logs the date and time of the signal (as well as other basic health information) and can transmit that information via Bluetooth to a paired mobile device.”
3) In my Jan. 22 update [1) – http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/2018-01-22-please-read-5g-is-going-to-be-much-worse-than-we-have-been-told/], there was an article about 5G using phased array antennae written by Arthur Firstenberg. He explained how this system could amplify the power of the signal in a direct beam. Here is a YouTube that explains very clearly how it works. Even I could understand it.
Phased array antennas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtPPAnvJS6c (5 minutes)
4) Does this mean that preparations are being made to put 5G transmitters up and down the coast? The fiber optic cable sounds great but is it just going to feed the microcells which then will irradiate all of us, killing bees and birds? We need to find out who these 2 companies are and find out if the “last mile” will take the fiber optic cable up to the home or merely to the poles outside the home holding 5G phased array antennae.
If anyone is able to get info about this, please let me know at: firstname.lastname@example.org
High-speed internet coming to over 100 coastal B.C. communities
“The funding will go to two companies that will create 3.5 million metres of fibre-optic cable, spanning from Prince Rupert, B.C., to the Victoria region, affecting small communities in the North Coast, Kitimat-Stikine, Central Coast, Sunshine Coast and Powell River regional districts, along with all of Vancouver Island.”
5) The Site C Summit is being held in Victoria on Friday and Saturday. If you cannot attend, streaming is available. A letter from a member to John Horgan on this topic is below.
Many of the allies in the fight against Site C spent the holidays planning an important event. The Site C Summit – Accountability & Action will take place this coming weekend in Victoria, BC. Saturday is sold out but you can still attend the Friday program, or watch via live stream via these links on Youtube and Facebook. There’s an amazing line-up of speakers, you won’t want to miss this!
LIVE-STREAM YOUTUBE CHANNEL:
Info from a member about tsunami warning systems:
I just wanted to provide some information about the tsunami notification process….
- If a resident signs up to the notification system, they can ask to be contacted by telephone (landline), cell phone, text, or email.
- This is a free service.
- This notification system is not available in every community – it depends on whether their community has signed up for it (there is a cost to the community government). The interested residents will have to contact their local emergency program group to find out if their community has subscribed to the system.
- I’m referring to this as a “notification system” as there is no specific name for it — each community calls it what they wish.
- Note that if there is an emergency event, everyone in the community will not necessarily be notified – only those who are considered in an area of risk will be notified. Reason is that there is, logically, no need to alarm and evacuate residents who are outside the risk area; as well, there is a cost to the community government for each call that is made, so this also is a consideration.
I do hope that clarifies things ….
From: Kathy Read (name given with permission)
Sent: January 24, 2018
To: email@example.com; AGR.Minister@gov.bc.ca; AG.Minister@gov.bc.ca; EMPR.Minister@gov.bc.ca; ENV.Minister@gov.bc.ca; FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca; IRR.Minister@gov.bc.ca
Cc: Sharon Noble
Subject: Site C URGENT
OK John. You are not listening to the people of this province. Please get it through your head that we do NOT want the Site C dam finished. It is only a big money pit and nobody wants or needs it in this province. This project is one thing that was the downfall of the Liberal government. The BCUC said NO in 2008 so they just stifled the BCUC and went on any way. Now the BCUC is still saying NO to the project and so are the people. This is money that belongs to me and every citizen of this province and I say NO, NO, NO, NO. If you want to use my tax dollars for this then I want that money given back to me.
Union leaders want the project because they are worried about their members and not the rest of the province. There would still be union jobs for their members in the remediation work necessary after the work is stopped.
Now you have gone ahead and given work to a company that is in the process of being taken over by a Chinese Nationalist company that is notorious for shoddy work. Where is your head in all of this.
“It’s my view that activities that began before I was sworn in as premier are out of my control,” Horgan said in an interview with the Globe and Mail. “In the case of Site C, I really have to say it is 25-per-cent done. It’s not like I’m going to [start] it — I’m going to finish it.” This is one of the stupidest things I have ever read. You say it will cost 10 Billion to finish and what are we into now? The second year of how many more years. We all know what happens with these things and know that the final cost of this useless piece of concrete will be close to 20 billion. Whereas remediation is a cost of 1.8 billion even subtracting that from 10 billion, we save 6.2 billion.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO GO AHEAD on something already started. YOU can cancel this project. You can’t let Christy Clark win on this one. You go ahead and she will be sitting in the background laughing her head off and waiting for your government to fail and the crooked Liberals back in power. Something no sane person will want for years to come. This is just throwing good money after bad.
According to a report from the University of BC’s Program on Water Governance “Site C has more significant negative environmental effects than any other project ever reviewed under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.”
You are also going back on your word to respect our First Nations people and now you are going against even that.
Wake up and listen to the people, the ones who voted you in and the ones who will vote you out.
There will be environmental damage and it will just go on and on and on.
I recommend that you read the articles I have included here and read the comments and you will find out what the people want and don’t want.
Kathy Read (name given with permission)
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.”
~ Albert Einstein