**Just a reminder. Details of scheduled events for this Saturday’s International Stop 5G Day are available at:
Signs are so very important at events. Give people some idea about 5G and/or your concerns.**
1) Dr. Don Maisch reports that due to the Australian wild fires, in addition to killing a billion animals, many beehives have been burned. Worse, the bees’ feeding grounds have been lost. In addition, the 5G radiation could further endanger them. Experts have found that the shorter milliwave frequencies are extremely damaging to insects.
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Honey Bees Absorb More Cell Phone Radiation at 5 mid-band and high-band frequencies
“The bees feed in the forests, where they source pollen for breeding. It will take some time for honey bee populations to recover in burnt areas.” And now the bees and all other insects may well have to contend with another threat in areas where the rollout of 5G transmitters are planned.”
2) Reading this article about the Sussex family made me read the Privacy Act. Does the BC Privacy Act protect us from unauthorized gathering and use of our personal data? Would it allow us to sue a corporation that does invade our privacy?
As paparazzi descend on Harry and Meghan, B.C. privacy laws could face first celebrity test
“Privacy is governed by both federal and provincial statutes in Canada, explains privacy lawyer David Fraser, who works for the firm McInnes Cooper, and runs the Canadian Privacy Law Blog.
Most Canadian privacy law is similar to U.K. law, he says, but what is different in British Columbia is the implementation of the provincial Privacy Act.
In B.C., the Privacy Act is what allows individuals to sue other people for invasions of privacy where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy. The act also says privacy may be violated by eavesdropping or surveillance, whether or not accomplished by physical trespass….”
Violation of privacy actionable
1 (1) It is a tort, actionable without proof of damage, for a person, wilfully and without a claim of right, to violate the privacy of another.
(2) The nature and degree of privacy to which a person is entitled in a situation or in relation to a matter is that which is reasonable in the circumstances, giving due regard to the lawful interests of others.
(3) In determining whether the act or conduct of a person is a violation of another’s privacy, regard must be given to the nature, incidence and occasion of the act or conduct and to any domestic or other relationship between the parties.
(4) Without limiting subsections (1) to (3), privacy may be violated by eavesdropping or surveillance, whether or not accomplished by trespass.
3) New study suggests that thyroid cancer, and the possible link with cell phone use, might be affected by DNA. This inherited vulnerability to various health effects and exposure to EMR could explain why some people get cancer, for example, when they are exposed to the same amount for the same duration as someone who doesn’t get it. Kind of like smoking. Some people get cancer from second-hand smoke while others who smoke for years escape this disease.
Cell Phones and Cancer: Your Genes May Tell the Story
Genetic Susceptibility and RF Radiation Modulate Thyroid Cancer
“Last January, a team led by Yawei Zhang of the Yale School of Public Health in New Haven published an epidemiological study on the possible link between thyroid cancer and cell phones. Though some “suggestive” associations were seen among long-term users, none was statistically significant. Still, the results “warrant further investigation,” they advised.
Zhang did follow up, and what she found could well change the way people think about cell phone cancer risks.
She discovered that some people have an innate susceptibility to thyroid cancer when exposed to cell phone radiation. These individuals have small variations in their DNA which affect the functioning of seven different genes.
All seven genes regulate DNA repair.”
4) A few days ago, I shared an article by Oram Miller explaining 5G in depth [3) http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/2020-01-19-a-great-explanation-of-5g-technology/]. He has made some revisions and I believe this will serve as a great reference when communicating with others, especially government officials.
Synopsis of 5G Article
5G Fifth Generation Cellular Technology (revised)
5) For those members in Nova Scotia (we do have a few), following is information about the showing of “Generation Zapped” in Wolfville.
On JAN. 25, 2020 at 13:30 & at 16:00 hrs
At KCI Environmental Science Centre Auditorium, Acadia U
Hosted by No Smart Meters in Nova Scotia
Followed by a Q&A discussion
Tickets are by donation at the door, $5 suggested
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe