1) In the US it seems that financial pressure is causing elimination of landline phone service and use of cell phone service instead.
This pressure is being put on schools, where RF levels will be even higher, with wifi shooting through rooms all day every day. Not only are cell phones dangerous, but they do not work when power is down for extended periods. Landlines do, being much more dependable. It is all about money, what is cheaper for the schools and what is more profitable for the corporations, not what is safer and more reliable.
2) Several people have asked to whom they should write to send encouragement for the HESA review of SC 6.
Hedy Fry, the MP from Vancouver Centre is the co-chair, and her email is email@example.com Here are the other committee members:
Chair Ben Lobb,
Vice-Chairs Hedy Fry Murray Rankin
Members Matthew Kellway, Wladyslaw Lizon, James Lunney, Cathy McLeod, Christine Moore, David Wilks, Terence Young
3) Sandi Maurer, Director, EMF Safety Network in California has been reading through many of the 1000s of emails that were turned over as part of the investigation in the actions of the former Chair Michael Peevey of Calif. Public Utilities Commission.
She has found many emails indicating collusion between Peevey and Pacific Gas and Electricity (PG&E. ). I don’t think she is done but here is her summary to date. We can only wonder if somewhere similar emails exist showing collusion between various bodies here in BC.
4) An excellent article written last year by Dr. Martin Blank, a researcher who devotes much of his time and effort to educating people about the dangers associated with RF radiation.
Sent: April 13, 2015 9:53 AM
To: M.P.; M.P.
Cc: Sharon Noble; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Health Canada Safety Code 6
Dear Ms. McLeod,
I note that you are a member of the Parliamentary Health Committee (HESA) Investigation into Safety Code 6 2015.
I am very concerned by the inadequacies of Safety Code 6 regarding non-thermal effects and the ubiquitous nature of RF and microwave radiation to which we are being subjected. Baby monitors, WiFi devices, cordless phones, cell phones, Smart meters, and the influx of consumer items expected to reach the marketplace are of significant concern.
The evidence is mounting that there are grave effects on the health and well-being of children, the environment and other living things
In my humble opinion, this is shaping up to be a symbol of science overcoming ignorance, similar to the resistance of legislatures and the tobacco industry to recognize the dire health effects and financial costs of cigarettes on society, not to mention the human suffering.
You are busy and so am I, so I close by stating that as your constituent I petition you to employ the precautionary principle and recommend adequate regulation to ensure the good health of Canadians, particularly children.
Thank you in advance,
John G. (with permission)