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Hardly a day goes by without news of some technical innovation or other, but we are used to that - so much so that we scarcely take the time to register the fact, never mind stop to think about whether or not we ought to worry about it.

So it is with this one - Skynet went live on 8th June . . .

So what? No doubt it's some new satellite group to be used for some good purpose or other.

Which does not actually preclude its use for purposes which we might consider to be not so good - should we be worried?


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Book Review

I've mentioned this book elsewhere but it does no harm to give it another mention, this time in a book review by Scottie's Tech Info.

Arthur Firstenberg has done a grand job tracing the history of world-wide man-made electrical / electro-magnetic phenomena and matching up with all manner of sickness previously unknown or unknown in such volume. None of this is conclusive in the sense that it proves the link beyond reasonable doubt, but it does make you sit up and think  "I didn't know that - this needs checking out".

So, without further ado, on with the review:


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This case reaches the appeals court shortly, and the EHT provides links to all the evidence and to the livestream on Monday 25 January 9:30am EST (14:30 GMT).

Read all about the Monday hearing.

Read the original article.

Read the first report on the appeal.


The EHT court case against the FCC - first report from the hearing in Washington DC.

The EHT has published an article including two video reports, one assessing the way that the hearing went, the other an audio recording from the hearing itself.

I found that latter quite revealing - to a laymen such as myself it seems extraordinary that the FCC (which one might have expected to have expertise in telecomms technology) should have relied on the FDA (Federal Food and Drug Administration) to assess the safety of electronic communications radiations. What were they thinking of?

Anyway, enough of my legally unqualified opinions.

The case continues, but Judge Robert L. Wilkins is reported to have stated to the FCC "I am inclined to rule against you".

Read about the case here.

Read the previous report (22nd January).


I am indebted to the Environmental Health Trust for this reminder that the problems of EMFs have not gone away:



Major Exposé Outlines Industry Ties Among Telecom, Government, Scientists, and International Agencies
The Washington Spectator has published a major exposé by investigative journalist Barbara Koeppel on industry influence into the science and policy of 5G and wireless radiation. 
Koeppel’s investigation follows the money. She details industry ties between the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, (ICNIRP), The New York Times, the American Cancer Society, and scientists professing that 5G is safe.
Please share this investigation with your elected officials, friends and family.
Koeppel’s 7,000-word report features numerous US and international scientists and experts discussing corporate power’s influence on scientific discourse and reveals stunning ties between global telecommunications companies and federal agencies.
Koeppel presents the research of EHT president Devra Davis PhD, MPH and Om Gandhi Sc.D., Electrical Engineering, on children’s unique vulnerability to wireless radiation. She also cites the investigation by EHT into the CDC’s website pages on wearables and non-ionizing radiation, which found that several pages were drafted in consultation with an industry-tied consultant.