Wendy Mesley was on CBC radio Friday morning discussing cell phones. If you missed it, you can hear it.
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(audio 23:10) http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/905589827581
And Marketplace presented “The Secret Inside Your Phone”. It is archived at http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/ .
(video 22:26) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm69ik_Qdb8
We should all write to Wendy Mesley and thank her for this program. It gave a lot of info (of course, we’d always like more) that many people have never heard before. Her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
One member suggested that we see if she would be interested in the smeter issue. Given that she just did the show on cell phone RF, I doubt she’d look at that issue so soon, but I bet she might be interested in the privacy issue, about which there is so much info and so many warnings.
Shame on Health Canada for this blatant lie!
A YouTube by Jerry Day about Onzo, the data analytic company about which Sharon Noble provided info in the March 21/17 update [http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/z/2017-03-21-industry-ad-exposes-smeter-data-use/]. This is an excellent video but, remember, he is in the USA where many of the states offer full opt-out options.
Not in BC! BC Hydro and FortisBC, thanks to the Liberal’s Clean Energy Act, tell us – take the smeter or lose your electricity.
“The Role Of Utility Meters In Mass Surveillance”
Ever since Smart Meters were introduced many informed and concerned people have voiced concerns about the information gathered by these devices. The basic information is of course the amount of power used by month for billing. Gathering this billing number by a Smart Meter seems to be a huge over-kill. So what else is gathered? Power usage every 15 minutes. Power usage by device if ZigBee communication is used. And maybe lots more.
There is a company called ONZO that is helping the power companies to gather this data and use it and possibly sell it. Is this a benefit to the consumer? Are there any problems with this data gathering business?
How Utilities can Better Use Customer Data
Dr Katie Russell explores how much maligned utility companies must capitalise on their customer data in order to reduce churn and create customer loyalty as they play catch up with other industry sectors.
ONZO combines the science of energy analytics with load disaggregation, energy lifestyle behaviour analysis and probabilistic forecasting to give utilities and their customers unprecedented insights into how, where and when energy is used. Leveraging granular smart meter data, ONZO’s patented algorithms result in richer, highly accurate, customer-specific insights that help utilities improve customer engagement and energy efficiency, while reducing churn and creating new revenue opportunities.
The company is headquartered in London, UK, with an office in the US, and works with clients all over the world.
Read all about it in this ONZO-authored exclusive article for Engage Business Media. Click Here
See short ONZO video
Telus in Canada and other major Cellular service providers are now installing small microcell towers on existing telephone or power poles. This is done to have better service to customers and to avoid the possibility of community objections.
Chris and I recently surveyed several of these new microcell transmitters in Mission BC and found that the RFRadiation created by these microcells was very high especially to those home that were close by.
If you research the precautionary levels of RFRadiation recommended by various agencies you will see that many recommend 1000 µW/m² and lower. The house we measured had over 30,000 µW/m² in the front yard and an estimated 50-60,000 µW/m² in the house.
You can learn more about Microcell installation which are also called eNodeB. click here http://emrabc.ca/?page_id=7536
Triggering Agents of Electromagnetic Sensitivity, a presentation and Q&A by Dr. William Rea, M.D..
Dr. Rea presented his compelling evidence and recommendations for a healthier world at Creating Safe Havens in a Toxic, Electromagnetic World, a conference hosted by the International Institute for Building-Biology & Ecology.
View this 45 minute Youtube video.
Originally on http://building-biology.org