What WiFi is doing to the bodies of our children
See the attached letter
Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 9:43 PM
Subject: Dangers of WiFi in schools
Attached is a letter from an expert in thermography, the measurement of heat, written to Health Canada to explain what WiFi is doing to the bodies of our children when exposed to WiFi. He has put it in terms which are new to us but which clearly explain what is happening to the electrical system when exposed to this type of radiation. This provides us with new ways of explaining why harm is happening due to EMR.
He would like this to be circulated widely, quoted extensively, and shared with any in positions of authority. I will be sending it to the HESA MPs as well as BC provincial ministers.
Cancer on the right side of the brain
With google translation
Per had used their mobile as a social instrument since the mid-90s. He was right-handed. Late summer 2008 was discovered a cancer on the right side of the brain. The doctors said that there was absolutely nothing to do with your mobile phone so he could well continue using it during cancer treatment. In September 2009 Per died. He believed blindly in the doctors.
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Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:13 PM
Subject: the mobile phone took his life
Stop smart meters
Thanks for your update about smart meters. I have been working with various local organization to stop smart meters. I helped to write the flyer on this following link in order to solicit information about the health problems that people are experiencing as a result of smart meters.
Perhaps you can post
it to your
Below is an e-mail I sent to the City Manager of Novato, California (US).
The same comments would apply anywhere - David Wilner
CC: novato...@cityofnovato.org, ccap...@cityofnovato.org, ed...@cityofnovato.org, dwal...@cityofnovato.org
Sent: 9/7/2010 10:19:45 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Housing Element Workshop 8/31/10
Michael - Thank you for your e-mail concerning PG&E's Smart Meters. I believe this matter should be considered as part of the Housing Element (Affordable Housing) process for the following reasons:
One objective of Novato's General Plan is to "reduce community exposure to electromagnetic field radiation" (Chapter V: Safety & Noise). Although the General Plan has not been updated in this regard for more than 15 years, this is still a very important issue for the residents of this City, and should be taken into consideration as far as land use is concerned.
During the last City Council meeting when PG&E's Smart Meters were discussed, a decision was made to wait for the results of a study that was being conducted about the accuracy and safety of the meters for the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The study was completed on September 2, and according to Structure Consulting Group, LLC,there are some important safety issues which I urge the City to consider:
1. "PG&E has determined that certain models of Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) breakers (such as those used in hot tubes) may be impacted if they are in close proximity of the meter" (Structure Consulting Group Overview, p 32).GFIs are a safety feature in residential and commercial electrical systems that are intended to protect people from electric shock and possible electrocution. The GFIs also disconnect electrical circuits when they are overloaded to prevent fires and other property damage. Although PG&E has asked the Smart Meter manufacturers to develop low power transmitter solutions to the GFI interference issue, and has trained the installation contractors to listen for GFI tripping upon installation of a new meter, this does not protect people where the current generation of Smart Meters have been or will be installed.
2. There is a possibility that the Smart Meters will interfere with motion sensors (alarm systems), garage door openers, baby monitors, wireless telephones, and other devices commonly used by the public (Overview, p 31).You can imagine the safety issues that this involves.
3. In addition, there is also an RF radiation issue when there is a large concentration of Smart Meters in one location. For example, if there are 150 meters installed in a high density housing location, there will be at least 150 watts of power radiated intermittently at approximately 900 MHz. If PG&E uses 6 dBi gain antennas on the meters, the power would be six times that amount (900 watts). This is an enormous amount of RF radiation concentrated in a smallarea, and PG&E has not advised the City that the output from each meter may be 6 watts instead of 1 watt as explained by PG&E's representative at the last City Council Meeting.
The City does not regulate how much RF power is generated by PG&E Smart Meters, but it does have an obligation to know much radiation is actually involved. Think of it this way: If 50,000 Smart Meters are installed in Novato, and they generate 6 watts of RF radiation each, there will be a total of 300,000 watts of effective radiated power at approximately 900 MHz in this City intermittently 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for as long as the Smart Meters are installed.
Here are some questions that PG&E should answer for the City:
1. Since Smart Meters provide updated information to PG&E's computer system every hour, how long is that transmission time?
2. Do all meters transmit this information at exactly the same time?
3. Are some or all of the Smart Meters using 6 dBi gain antennas to reach the relay point for transmission to PG&E's data center?
4. How much RF energy from the Smart Meters is radiated/conducted into building wiring where they are installed?
5. What is the level of Electromagnetic Field(EMF) radiation generated by each Smart Meter, including those using a6 dBi gain antenna?
6. Is there a possibility that RF radiation from Smart Meters will interfere with traffic signal controllers operating in the licence-free portion of the 900 MHz band?
7. How much RF radiation do Smart Meters generate -- due to their switching power supplies and microprocessors -- when they are not transmitting data signals to PG&E's computer center?
8. Does PG&E have any scientific information to show that large concentrations of Smart Meters (like those installed in high density housing projects) do not present a health hazard?
9. How will the GFI safety issue be handled?
In my opinion,the residents of Novato should not be guinea pigs for this unprecedented rollout of a new technology. Particularly, when the byproduct of the Smart Meter RF radiation is Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation. PG&E should be actively involved in addressing the issues set forth in this e-mail, and provide the City with answers to the questions that have been posed herein.
David L. Wilner
Informant: Martin Weatherall