2014-12-01 Yet more examples of industry twisting science

  • A town in Ontario is refusing to allow cell towers/transmitters in downtown. Most likely this will not be finalized until the Supreme Court responds to the Chateauguay, Quebec win over Shaw. Municipalities are responding to citizens’ concerns.

http://www.simcoe.com/news-story/5164793-meaford-council-says-no-to-cell-towers-in-urban-core/

 

  • An example of how science is twisted by the industry and by the industry-funded researchers, re. powerlines and childhood leukemia:

http://microwavenews.com/news-center/times-retroreport-power-lines

***** Note from the Webmaster (Ted) *****

Please read the above article.  Do you agree with me that this is a great example of “follow the money”  or  “money talks“.  I am not accusing anyone for taking a bribe or a “back hander”  but this certainly does not smell right.

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Letters:

 

From a member. I sure hope others are writing or calling, too. It is only through hearing from many that politicians realize that they must act.

 

Sent: December 1, 2014 8:34 AM
To: adrian.dix.mla@leg.bc.ca; john.horgan.mla@leg.bc.ca
Subject: Smart Meters

Gentlemen,

For some time now I and many others have written to you expressing our concerns about Smart meters and the problems which BC Hydro and the BC Liberals want to deny.

I understand that the NDP energy critic is working on a response but seems to have been for quite a while.

Saskatchewan has taken action as has Quebec. How about BC?

Can we as residents and voters in BC count on the NDP to help us in this cause or are you merely pushing it under the carpet?

regards

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