1) The telecoms, as usual, are trying to hide their transmitters (this time 5G) and to avoid any public awareness – this time, in the UK, by hiding 5G transmitters in manhole covers. I’m not sure how this will work given that the signal would be hindered by the metal and would, it seems, go straight up. They must have figured out some way around these obstacles in order to be able to emit radiation without any restrictions or public warning to those coming in close contact with the antennae.
We should address this with Telus and local Councils before this begins to happen here, putting a stop on it before it begins.
Vodafone will hide Ericsson 4G/5G cell antennas under manhole covers
“Ericsson has developed two ground level alternatives, the Financial Times reports, one attaching 4G/5G antennas underneath cast iron manhole covers, the other placing cellular hardware inside a barrel-shaped enclosure with a ruggedized top. Even at ground level, the enclosures can distribute the wireless signal across an over 650-foot radius, subject of course to the vagaries of vehicular interference.
Within the U.K., this solution will give Vodafone the ability to quickly add 4G and 5G cellular capacity in major cities, as unlike small cell towers, manhole-based solutions apparently do not require permission from city planners. Vodafone already controls hundreds of thousands of manholes, the report says, and hopes to contract with utility companies to open at least as many additional sites to cellular hardware.”
2) A member sent me this link to an article about the documentary “Generation Zapped” [https://generationzapped.com/about/]. Many who have seen it (I have not, yet) believe every parent, teacher and doctor should see it. Please consider ordering a DVD and holding some public meetings.
Wireless Wisdom: Unplugging for more than mindfulness
“The digital world has taken over our lives. There are millions of apps to explore, snaps to share, friends to “Like,” emojis to text, and emails to follow us wherever we roam. Undoubtedly, this communication stream increases our productivity. But what are the consequences of this wirelessly interconnected world—not just for our social selves, but for our physical bodies, as well?
Sabine El Gemayel created the award winning documentary film Generation Zapped with this exact question in mind. Through expert interviews, scientific research, and revealing personal stories, her film delves into the productive conveniences and inconvenient truths of our modern, wireless technologies, and what we can do to protect ourselves.
El Gemayel didn’t just wake up one morning and frantically pitch her devices and wi-fi router out the window. Rather, like most individuals who find themselves on an exploratory path, hers was a gradual movement toward wireless enlightenment.”
3) Further to the article in last night’s update [2) – http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/2019-02-03-smeter-software-potentially-dangerous-consequences-explained/] about Huawei bringing internet to Lac La Hache, BC.
CRTC regulates all telecoms, including those that provide internet service. When I checked CRTC’s list of registered providers, I found nothing regarding Huawei. If Huawei is not registered, how can it implement a pilot project for internet any place in Canada?
I cannot find an email address but there is a phone number or a mailing address. Please consider writing or calling CRTC and “registering” your concern.
Organizations that wish to provide telecommunications services in Canada must register to appear on one of the CRTC’s registration lists.
Telecommunications services include, but are not limited to, local voice services, Voice over IP (VoIP) services, internet services, long distance services, wireless services and payphone services.
https://crtc.gc.ca/eng/contact/ (contact info)
Sharon Noble, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
The liberties of people were, nor ever will be, secure, when transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.
~ Patrick Henry