About four months later, they sent out a second appeal
stating that it appears that the international community is
ignoring us. We are not just some little advisory group, we
are a prestigious scientific advisory group and we put out
these recommendations because we are ALARMED and we want to
alert people. There is no known knowledge in the US in
response to this. We don’t even hear about these things in
our newspapers. We don’t hear that Germany has warned its
citizens about using WiFi, or the French Library taking WiFi
out because of health concerns.
It is a scandal. When the American people understand that
they have been scammed by the wireless communication
industry and by our Federal Communication Commission there
will be a lot of repercussions.
PG&E, with great frequency, talks about the World Health
Organization, WHO, you need to look at the WHO EMF Project,
where people were brought together to set guidelines on an
international level, partially funded by the
Telecommunications Industry. Since the books are closed, we
do not know how much funding came from the Utility Industry.
The head of that EMF Project is a EMF consultant. His
assistant is affiliated with the EPRI, The Electric Power
Research Institute. Although not confirmed, it is possible,
that she was getting paid by the EPRI at the same time she
was working for WHO.
They drew on a great number of industry professionals to
help draft and polish their recommendations. They did get
scientific recommendations, but they were heavily influenced
The current head of the WHO EMF Project is an electrical
engineer, not a medical doctor or biologist. So
recommendations from the WHO should be regarded with a great
deal of skepticism.
There is a newsletter, “Microwave News” that covers things
going on in the EMF field of study. It is a very easy read
and keeps up with all the conflicts going on
There was another report put out in February 2011 by the
California Council of Science and Technology or CCST. They
were asked to look at FCC standards to see if they were
protective of the public health and their relationship with
The CCST did not say, contrary to what was in the Monterey
Herald, that the Smart Meters were are safe. They said there
were no THERMAL IMPACTS from Smart Meters and that more
studies are needed.
There are a series of blistering critiques of the CCST
Report by people whose specialty is EMF/Rf. In fact, one
local doctor in Santa Cruz who is an Electrical Engineer and
a Medical Doctor, Dr. Karl Marett, (see him speak at 22:30
on the video) has written an incredible critique of this
report. It’s very readable, and shows what we do know of EMF/RF
impacts on our health.
As you read the critique, you will wonder why you haven’t
been told this information, including parents considering
cell phones for their children and schools that are
contemplating putting in WiFi. Why isn’t this information
going to school boards and libraries such as this (The
Marina Public Library). The Marina Public Library stated
today that they will no longer shut off the WiFi, and that
people who are sensitive need to meet elsewhere. We all know
the reason, because they say WiFi is part of their mission
to have easy internet access.
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