New report warns of electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, phone masts and broadcast transmitters that threaten wildlife amid growing health concerns over the rollout of 5G small-cell transmitters and antennas. 237 scientists have signed an appeal to the United Nations asking them to take the risks of electromagnetic radiation more seriously. The goal is to have 100 billion new devices online connected to the internet to be monitored by an energy authority for global control.
On November 9th, the French nuclear safety institute IRSN reported that a ‘cloud’ of radioactive pollution was hovering over much of Europe, with the speculation being that an ‘accident’ likely had occurred at a nuclear facility located either in Russia or in Kazakhstan. The Russian meteorological service now indirectly confirms this speculation by revealing that it is measuring levels of the radioactive isotope, ruthenium 106, at 1,000 times higher than normal in the Ural Mountains.
California: A Superior Court judge has ruled that a report on cell-phone risk, written by the state’s Environmental Health Investigations, must be released to the public. The report shows that use of cell phones involves a significant risk of contracting cancer. So far, the report has been covered up because officials are afraid of law suits by the cellphone industry.