The Obama administration has lifted “US Internet Technology” from the Embargo as companies like AT&T Inc., Nokia Oyj and Verizon Communications Inc. have chomped at the bit to enter the Cuban market
Cue ensuing Wi-Fi saturation and attendant public health problem….someone should warn the Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina (ELAM) where students from peasant, indigenous, and Afro communities in Latin America are offered fellowships and trained to become medical doctors and return to their communities of origin.
FRY and SPY FLYER:
LA RICS: : Should LOS ANGELES be hosting A FEDERAL GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM that will blanket the city with MICROWAVE RADIATION?
Wireless Right To Know Blog Post on LA-RICS and FirstNet:
WSJ LA RICS article: http://www.wsj.com/articles/this-is-the-last-thing-first-responders-need-1429574851
The author, Ms. Finley- needs radiation education- obviously doesn’t know the difference between cumulative and short term exposure. She even goes as far as to say this is a ruse by firefighters to deflect attention from their cheating on county promotional and hiring exams (apparently knowing nothing about the firefighter studies with Gunnar Heuser documenting brain irregularities from exposure to 4G towers).
The key is in these sentences:
Glendale said it had “not experienced any issues with the Verizon system being unusable in an emergency situation” and said Verizon had even made service upgrades free of charge. Pomona noted that Verizon’s system offered new tools such as field fingerprinting and photo-sharing in squad cars.
Why should cities pay for a secondary system that they might never use and that could prove more expensive and inferior to their private network
Stepping away from all the radiation business- this is the crux of the deceipt- it isn’t needed, is redundant- Homeland Security wants a beachhead to do their Homeland Security stuff- (which no one properly vetted).
from the article:
Chinese tech firm Qihoo has launched an upgrade to its P1 router, which features three settings: “wall penetration”, “balance” and … er, “pregnant women”.
Quite aside from this product not being a good enough reason to use the word penetration, the router has upset rival firm, Xiaomi.
Xiaomi has released its own new router, the Mi. The firm took to social media site Weibo to denounce Qihoo’s product as scaremongering.
Xiamo’s post read: “The so-called pregnancy mode [of Qihoo’s router] is just a marketing tactic. Wi-Fi usage is safe, so please rest assured when using it [Xiaomi’s router].
“We firmly oppose, and feel ashamed of, those who create rumours and arouse instability for business purposes.”
“Connected tech for peace of mind” includes wireless pacifier and wireless under mattress sensor pad and bands that tell people when their kid is submerged in water or has had too much exposure to UVAs or UVBs (fighting radiation with radiation…..)
Canadian Parliament Committee Calls for Protection of Vulnerable Groups from Wireless Radiation Exposure
June 17, 2015
The Standing Committee on Health of the House of Commons in the Canadian Parliament issued a report on radio frequency electromagnetic radiation and health in June, 2015.The Committee held public hearings regarding Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 recommended limits on safe human exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation.Witnesses testified to the Committee or submitted briefs that raised concerns about the adequacy of Safety Code 6 to protect the population from health risks due to RF radiation ….The witnesses discussed possible links between RF exposure and cancer, reproductive issues and autism. Concerns were raised about RF exposure in schools due to use of Wi-Fi; the need for RF exposure limits to protect vulnerable populations such as pregnant women, infants and children, and persons with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) ….
The Standing Committee on Health made the following recommendations in their report to the Parliament ….
Recommendation 5: That the Government of Canada continue to provide reasonable accommodations for environmental sensitivities, including electromagnetic hypersensitivity, as required under the Canadian Human Rights Act.
Figure 1: The types of physiological data points and the wearable sensors under development or on the market to monitor them.
For women who can’t keep track of monthly cycles on their own as they have done for previously recorded human history, there is the “Leaf” from Bellabeat: http://venturebeat.com/2015/05/27/bellabeat-debuts-its-smart-necklace-that-monitors-womens-monthly-cycles/. The company states that the app will do things like remind women to get more sleep and facilitate stress reduction. They state that, “The future of prenatal care” is in bringing “self-tracking tools to pregnancy…to give pregnant women the attention they need and deserve.”
None other than the National Science Foundation (NSF) is advocating implantable antennae for patient monitoring; judging from the photo in this article, they are even suggesting putting them in babies, the most vulnerable members of ours society to microwave radiation: http://freebeacon.com/issues/feds-help-finance-creation-of-implantable-body-antenna-for-long-term-patient-monitoring/