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Let’s Talk About…

Wireless Radiation

& Health Effects

  • What are the health concerns associated with cell phones, cell towers, WiFi, “smart”/wireless transmitting public utility meters, and the new 5G Grid?
  • Why are children & those with autoimmune issues more vulnerable?
  • What can we do to minimize our exposure for the maximum benefit?

Join us for a conversation with Dafna Tachover, at one of these three locations and times, about the health implications of the new 5G technology and Smart Grid. Dafna will discuss the increasing levels of WiFi radiation in our biosphere, and its adverse impact on the health and well-being of humans, plants & animals.

Friday, April 20, 7pm 
Dexter District Library
3255 Alpine St
Dexter, MI

Saturday April 21, 3pm
Roscommon Library
106 Lake S
Roscommon, MI

Sunday April 22, 4pm
Better Health Store
305 N. Clippert St
Lansing, MI

Dafna Tachover is an attorney in both New York and Israel with an MBA and founder and Managing Director of  “We Are The Evidence,” an advocacy organization for protecting the rights of people who have been injured by wireless technology radiation. She has a technical background in wireless computer networks and infrastructures from her service in the Israeli Defense Forces as a Telecommunication Officer and commander of the Israeli Defense Force’s Operations Center and Headquarters.            In 2009, Dafna developed Electromagnetic-Sensitivity, a condition caused by exposure to wireless radiation. Since then, she has dedicated herself to educating the public and public officials regarding the adverse health effects of wireless technology and the widespread sickness that exists from this technology and radiation. Working on this issue at Federal and State levels, Dafna has taken part in numerous public speaking engagements, and litigated on this issue. She has been consulted in various related lawsuits, initiated and led a Supreme Court case in Israel to ban use of Wi-Fi in schools and install wired internet networks instead—a case that led to the strictest limitations in the world on Wi-Fi in schools—and represented 94 international organizations   in an amicus brief in a US case. Dafna has been one of the leading advocates on this topic globally, featured and interviewed by TIME, CNN, New York Magazine and other media worldwide and in documentaries about the topic, including in the newly released award-winning film, “Generation Zapped.”         

For more information, email MichiganSafeTechnology@gmail.com

 

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February 18, 2012 – In an interview which appeared today in MiTechNews.com, DTE spokesperson Len Singer said the utility will propose, in a filing with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) next month, an opt-out provision for customers.  He indicated that his company recognizes this is an “extremely emotional issue” for some, but that the company still believes the meters are safe and has no plan to halt or slow down ongoing installations.

A spokesman for Consumers also stated that his company will propose an opt-out in a filing due next month under the terms of the MPSC Order that opened the current investigation.  This company plans to start installations of the new meters this summer.

No details are available as yet regarding either company’s opt-out proposals – such as what the alternative to the smart meter would be, who would be eligible or what fees, if any, might be charged for not accepting the smart meter.

There is much that remains to be accomplished.  We still think the MPSC needs to conduct a thorough and unbiased investigation of the possible health effects of these new meters and the ‘mesh networks’ required to operate them.  We also think the Commission needs to declare a moratorium on any further smart meter installations until such a health study has been completed.

We believe it is as important as ever that the legislature enact some smart meter protections for the public.  There are fundamental social and moral issues – including health, privacy and property rights.  These are not just details that should be worked out by a regulatory commission that seems more comfortable when dealing only with rate issues.

Still we think that today’s announcement  represents a major breakthrough.  We are cautiously optimistic.

Click here to read the source article.