February 12, 2016
Too much to cover in depth. Here’s a flavour of what seems to be most relevant.
In-depth article about the new wifi-connected Barbie doll. Includes measurement of actual radiation levels, which I find somewhat scary.
In addition to the radiation, psychologists are questioning the merits of this and similar products because of their impact on free, creative play etc.
The solution is simple but improbable – if everyone refused to buy things like this they would simply disappear without trace.
Another horrifying method of irradiating children.
Useful content for anyone involved with a school planning to use this.
The product is from the same organisation which is trying to bombard the planet with wifi radiation from high altitude in an effort to get the whole world connected to the internet (see the aptly named ‘project Loon’).
This one contains some questionable assertions in its effort to be slightly reassuring, but it’s interesting that a pro-mobile site would carry such an article at all.
And ‘official’ confirmation that ‘smart’ appliances can and probably will be used for surveillance.
I also saw an article on the Samsung smart TV’s spying capability, but I cant find it!
A city in Spain (Tarragona) is looking seriously at the provision for EHS sufferers. Also includes CFS/ME, MCS.
On the face of it GOOP seems like an unlikely place to host an informed discussion about phone radiation.
But it features substantial interviews with David Carpenter and Devra Davis.
If their usual clientele actually read and digest them it could have more impact than any number of learned scientific papers buried in Nature or the Bioelectromagnetics journal. It’s certainly more likely to reach the people who need to know about these issues, especially given the generally inadequate coverage in mainstream media.
More articles on corruption and conflicts of interest in agencies supposedly protecting public health.
Articles from India highlighting many concerns about radiation levels and the impact on health.
Article on risks associated with LED street lighting – including ‘blue light’ and circadian rhythms, seizures due to the flicker, possible wifi capability and dirty electricity.