1) A new study shows possible links between EMF and ALS.
“Nevertheless, a number of occupational exposures are suspected of contributing to the risk of ALS,2 including agricultural chemicals, metals, welding fume, electric shocks and extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields (ELF-EMFs)3 and organic solvents (eg, formaldehyde), although the evidence to date is inconsistent.”
2) Many people complain of hearing a “hum” which seems to be associated with electrical fields. Here is a recording of one that is caused by the grid.
3) Solar roofs that are cheaper than the normal roof replacement. Elon Musk has made an announcement that is exciting in the extreme: Now to be able to get good, inexpensive batteries, then, GOOD BYE HYDRO.
“It’s looking quite promising that a solar roof actually cost less than normal roof before you even take the value of electricity into account. So the basic proposition would be ‘Would you like a roof that looks better than a normal roof, last twice as long, cost less and by the way generates electricity’ why would you get anything else.”
4) A member has made a web page with info about new cars with Wi-Fi. He is asking for
“comments from people who have tried new cars recently and felt strong RF in the car, for brands like Volkswagon, Toyota, Nissan and other brands that use WIFI especially after 2015 where they seemed to get super strong.”
Likewise, it would be helpful if anyone finds a new car without Wi-Fi, or if the company is willing/able to disable all the Wi-Fi components, to give details.
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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