Why I Flipped Phones In College… And Why I’m Never Going Back

Why I Flipped Phones In College… And Why I’m Never Going Back

Why I Flipped Phones in College
And why I’m never going back.

“On one of my last mornings of college, a friend and I stayed up to watch the sun rise over Lake Michigan. Pink tinted water had been lapping at our feet for about an hour when a group of teenagers appeared. They didn’t notice us — all four were immersed in smartphones — as, one by one, each took a photo of the other three by the lake. Then they looked at each other, said “well, we did it!” and left.

That’s why I’m never going back to a smartphone…

Whatever the initial motivation, about a month later I walked out of a Verizon store with the only flip phone model they still carried…”

Check out the rest of the fantastic article here. 
#StopDirtyElectricity #Smartphone #Digitaladdiction #backtoschool #collegestudent

Is 5G Dangerous? What The Science Says

Is 5G Dangerous? What The Science Says

There will be no facet of our lives that will remain untouched by 5G. 

Here are just a few of things 5G has in store for us:

  • Irreplaceable physical health
  • Precious mental, emotional well-being
  • Sacred privacy lost
  • Priceless environment in jeopardy

All impacted by this new “promising” technology.

As it turned out, industry knew that asbestos was causing lung disease, but conspired to cover it up and allow hundreds of thousands to suffer. [27]

Same with the tobacco companies.

Big Tobacco tricked hundreds of millions of people into thinking that smoking was not only not harmful, but possibly good for your health. And they got away with it for decades. [28,29]

The time-line of lies regarding “safe” things that were really dangerous provide detailed evidence of how industry and government agencies conspired to suppress the truth and promote money-making products. [30]

Don’t think Big Wireless wouldn’t, couldn’t, or isn’t already putting profits before people. Check out the rest of the story here:

Is 5G Dangerous? What The Science Says

 

We’re Surrounded By Radiation 24/7… What Can You Do About It?

We’re Surrounded By Radiation 24/7… What Can You Do About It?

A new, “digital toxin” has arrived.
You’re bathed in it 24/7.
And it’s not going away anytime soon.

Experts are saying it’s causing symptoms of premature aging, including memory loss, inflammation and even cancer.

You know what I’m talking about.

EMFs, electromagnetic fields, cell phone radiation, smart meter radiation, WiFi, dirty electricity…. it goes under so many names.
Yet all too few people are aware of it.
And even fewer know what to do to protect themselves.

That’s why I’m excited to be speaking at the EMF Health Summit.
At the summit you will hear from 34 world leading experts who are also passionate.

I’ll be sharing ‘Why EMF’s are the Tobacco of the Digital Age: Strategies for Minimizing Your Exposure.
What You’ll Learn –

  • 4 reasons you must avoid energy efficient lighting and how to safely light your home instead
  • 7 step process to enjoy vibrant health by effectively dealing with EMFs in your environment
  • 4 ways to protect yourself from the cancer inducing electric radiation found in most homes

Other guests include:

  • Oram Miller, BBEC, EMRS: 5G is Coming and What YOU Can Do About It NOW
  • David Carpenter, MD, Harvard-trained physician: EMF Science: Simple Steps to Safeguard your Health
  • Jack Kruse, MD and neurosurgeon: The Inconvenient Truth: What Happens Every Time You Put a Cell Phone Against Your Head
  • Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS: Eat To Beat EMFs: Practical Tips On How To Fortify Your System
  • Daniel Pompa, PSc.D: Accelerating Cellular Regeneration – How to Protect Yourself from EMFs
  • Zach Bush, MD: Restore Intercellular Communication: The Road To Health
The EMF Health Summit is FREE and online from June 14-20, 2019.
Click here to sign up right away 
or get more information. 
I’ll see you there.

EMF Quiet Zones

EMF Quiet Zones: USA and Worldwide
EMF-free communities are springing up in EMF Quiet Zones — areas of low, (ideally zero) electrosmog — across the world as the numbers of people becoming aware of their increasing electrosensitivity is growing.
Symptoms of electrosensitivity can include insomnia, anxiety, vision problems, headaches, extreme thirst, night sweats, fatigue, memory and concentration problems and other symptoms.

Electrosensitivity (EHS) and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) frequently are found together, and so they are generally compatible community neighbors who retreat to EMF Quiet Zones from the advance of the ever expanding onslaught of environmental pollutants, including the invisible pollution of radio wave technology, such as cell tower radiation, WiFi , etc., Although many EHS and MCS sufferers tend to keep a low-tech low profile out of necessity, here are a few of the more media/internet visible communities that invite contact.

Full article here including map of EMF quiet zones http:/https://emfrefugee.blogspot.com/2019/02/emf-quiet-zones-communities-free-from.html?fbclid=IwAR0etbDgWoN3YRS8hI-jOnuN9t1A5cXSOPBt3CnmKa0gMXhM-QzKWuU5gOU

Which light bulb should I use?

Frequently I get asked which are the safest light bulb.

In short, the old style light bulbs are the best, but they are not always available.

A little history –  Thomas Edison invented the first feasible light bulb in the late 1800’s. That type of bulb was used for more than 100 years and called incandescent light bulbs.
In 2007, the U.S. Federal Government outlawed the future manufacture and importing of most of these bulbs.  They did this for energy savings.

“The U.S. Federal Government started phasing out incandescent light bulbs in 2012, starting with the 100-watt bulb, and then followed by the 75-watt,” explained Melissa Andresko, communications director for lighting-automation company Lutron.

As of January 1, 2014 most of the 60- and the 40-watt bulbs went away.

Now we have 3 choices of light bulbs:

LED & CFL Bulbs

1 – CFL’s – Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs – Worst
2 – LED’s – That are Non-Dimmable – OK
3 – New Halogen Bulbs that screw into light sockets – Best

1 – CFL’s have a number of problems.
Most CFL’s create Wireless & WiFi radiation and Dirty Electricity.

CFL’s have mercury in them and have to be disposed as a hazard waste.

Mercury is very toxic. In fact, it is a neurotoxin, meaning that it harms the brain and nervous system. It is also linked to kidney and liver damage and possibly cancer. Children are especially at risk because their brains and bodies are still developing. Many health effects of mercury can be permanent.

Dentists must also take care to manage their mercury-containing dental waste. Dental offices in Washington State are required to use and maintain a dental amalgam separator.

Washington State has recently added a surcharge of $1.00 for a package of 4 bulbs to cover the cost of disposing this hazard waste.

CFL’s contain so much mercury that the EPA and state environment officials consider them to be a hazard if they break.
They cannot be placed in landfills because thousands of decaying or broken bulbs would cause noticeable mercury contamination.

CFL’s are not allowed to be thrown normal trash.

** Below are the clean-up instructions from the U.S. EPA. **

2 – LED’s tend to be better.   Always buy the Non-Dimmable.
I would recommend that you buy a Dirty Electricity Meter to measure any LED’s you have.
If you don’t have a Dirty Electricity Meter to test the LED’s, purchase NON-Dimmable LED’s.
There are some NON-Dimmable LED’s, though, that still create Dirty Electricity.
ALL Dimmable LED’s will create Dirty Electricity.

3 – New Halogen Bulbs that screw into light sockets.
These new Halogen Bulbs save electricity.
They generate NO Electromagnetic Radiation.
Best option.

4 – ** If you break a CFL bulb in your home, the following are the clean-up instructions from the U.S. EPA:

Before Cleanup

1. Have people and pets leave the room, and avoid the breakage area on the way out.
2. Open a window or door to the outdoors and leave the room for 5-10 minutes.
3. Shut off the central forced-air heating/air conditioning (HVAC) system, if you have one.
4. Collect materials you will need to clean up the broken bulb:
o Stiff paper or cardboard
o Sticky tape (e.g., duct tape)
o Damp paper towels or disposable wet wipes (for hard surfaces)
o Glass jar with a metal lid (such as a canning jar) or a sealable plastic bag(s)

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Cleanup Steps for Hard Surfaces
1. Carefully scoop up glass fragments and powder using stiff paper or cardboard and place debris and paper/cardboard in a glass jar with a metal lid. If a glass jar is not available, use a sealable plastic bag.
NOTE: Since a plastic bag will not prevent the mercury vapor from escaping, remove the plastic bag(s) from the home after cleanup.
2. Use sticky tape, such as duct tape, to pick up any remaining small glass fragments and powder. Place the used tape in the glass jar or plastic bag.
3. Wipe the area clean with damp paper towels or disposable wet wipes. Place the towels in the glass jar or plastic bag.
4. Vacuuming of hard surfaces during cleanup is not recommended unless broken glass remains after all other cleanup steps have been taken. [NOTE: It is possible that vacuuming could spread mercury-containing powder or mercury vapor, although available information on this problem is limited.] If vacuuming is needed to ensure removal of all broken glass, keep the following tips in mind:
o Keep a window or door to the outdoors open;
o Vacuum the area where the bulb was broken using the vacuum hose, if available; and
o Remove the vacuum bag (or empty and wipe the canister) and seal the bag/vacuum debris, and any materials used to clean the vacuum, in a plastic bag.
5. Promptly place all bulb debris and cleanup materials, including vacuum cleaner bags, outdoors in a trash container or protected area until materials can be disposed of. Avoid leaving any bulb fragments or cleanup materials indoors.
6. Next, check with your local government about disposal requirements in your area, because some localities require fluorescent bulbs (broken or unbroken) be taken to a local recycling center. If there is no such requirement in your area, you can dispose of the materials with your household trash.
7. Wash your hands with soap and water after disposing of the jars or plastic bags containing bulb debris and cleanup materials.
8. Continue to air out the room where the bulb was broken and leave the HVAC system shut off, as practical, for several hours.
If you have further questions, please call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

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Cleanup Steps for Carpeting or Rugs

1. Carefully scoop up glass fragments and powder using stiff paper or cardboard and place debris and paper/cardboard in a glass jar with a metal lid. If a glass jar is not available, use a sealable plastic bag.
NOTE: Since a plastic bag will not prevent the mercury vapor from escaping, remove the plastic bag(s) from the home after cleanup.
2. Use sticky tape, such as duct tape, to pick up any remaining small glass fragments and powder. Place the used tape in the glass jar or plastic bag.
3. Vacuuming of carpeting or rugs during cleanup is not recommended unless broken glass remains after all other cleanup steps have been taken. [NOTE: It is possible that vacuuming could spread mercury-containing powder or mercury vapor, although available information on this problem is limited.] If vacuuming is needed to ensure removal of all broken glass, keep the following tips in mind:
o Keep a window or door to the outdoors open;
o Vacuum the area where the bulb was broken using the vacuum hose, if available, and
o Remove the vacuum bag (or empty and wipe the canister) and seal the bag/vacuum debris, and any materials used to clean the vacuum, in a plastic bag.
4. Promptly place all bulb debris and cleanup materials, including vacuum cleaner bags, outdoors in a trash container or protected area until materials can be disposed of. Avoid leaving any bulb fragments or cleanup materials indoors.
5. Next, check with your local government about disposal requirements in your area, because some localities require fluorescent bulbs (broken or unbroken) be taken to a local recycling center. If there is no such requirement in your area, you can dispose of the materials with your household trash.
6. Wash your hands with soap and water after disposing of the jars or plastic bags containing bulb debris and cleanup materials.
7. Continue to air out the room where the bulb was broken and leave the H&AC system shut off, as practical, for several hours.
If you have further questions, please call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

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Future Cleaning of Carpeting or Rugs: Air Out the Room During and After Vacuuming
1. The next several times you vacuum the rug or carpet, shut off the Heating & Air Conditioning system if you have one, close the doors to other rooms, and open a window or door to the outside before vacuuming. Change the vacuum bag after each use in this area.
2. After vacuuming is completed, keep the Heating & Air Conditioning system shut off and the window or door to the outside open, as practical, for several hours.

If you have further questions, please call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

Are Smart Meters really SMART ?

Smart Meter

The award-winning documentary Take Back Your Power examines evidence of health & environmental issues, in-home privacy invasions, systemic over-billing, fires and hacking vulnerability.  This documentary can be purchased at their web site.

Additionally, the EMF Safety network writes that all around the world people are reporting WiFi / Wireless radiation is affecting their health. The EMF Safety network has collected many smart meter health complaints. Utilities claim smart meters are safe, and compare them to cell phones. However cell phones, cell towers, WiFi and other wireless devices can also affect your health.   Reducing your Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) exposure can benefit your overall health and wellness.

In Lyon, France on May 31, 2011 ‐‐ The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (WiFi / Wireless Radiation) as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B), based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer

List of symptoms:

  • Sleep problems (insomnia, difficulty falling asleep, night waking, nightmares)
  • Stress, agitation, anxiety, irritability
  • Headaches, sharp pain or pressure in the head
  • Ringing in the ears, ear pain, high pitched ringing
  • Concentration, memory or learning problems
  • Fatigue, muscle or physical weakness
  • Disorientation, dizziness, or balance problems
  • Eye problems, including eye pain, pressure in the eyes,
  • Cardiac symptoms, heart palpitations, heart arrhythmias, chest pain
  • Leg cramps, or neuropathy
  • Arthritis, body pain, sharp, stabbing pains
  • Nausea, flu-like symptoms
  • Sinus problems, nose bleeds
  • Respiratory problems, cough, asthma
  • Skin rashes, facial flushing
  • Urinary problems
  • Endocrine disorders, thyroid problems, diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Changes in menstrual cycle
  • Hyperactivity or changes in children’s behavior
  • Seizures
  • Recurrence of cancer
  • And more

Many homeowners are unaware that Smart Meters were installed in most homes, businesses, and schools throughout the U.S.

These devices produce high levels of WiFi / Wireless Radiation and Dirty Electricity.

If you want to measure WiFi / Wireless / RF radiation on your own, I have found that this meter is the easiest to use:

https://stopdirtyelectricity.com/wirelessrf/

To measure Dirty Electricity, this meter is very easy to use as well:

https://stopdirtyelectricity.com/dirty-electricity-meter/

In some areas customers have the option of putting the old analog meter back on homes, businesses, and schools. Putting back the previous meter is normally called the “Opt-Out” program.  Consider yourself fortunate if you do have this choice.

You will have to call your local Electrical Utility Company to find out if this is available to you.

Below is information on Nevada’s Opt-Out Program.

To Opt-Out, call Nevada Energy at 702-402-4273 in Southern Nevada or 1-888-559-9744 in Northern Nevada.  Have your account number ready when you call so that Nevada Energy can schedule your Opt-Out appointment.

In Southern Nevada there is a one-time set-up fee of $52.86 and a monthly recurring fee of $8.72.  In Northern Nevada there is a one-time set-up fee of $52.44 and a monthly recurring fee of $8.72.  The fees will appear on your bill as a “non-standard meter charge.”  These are the fees as of 2016.

Only customers of record (the person whose name is on the bill) with Nevada Energy are authorized to participate in the program.

Participation in the Opt-Out Program is limited to 12,000 electric customers in Southern Nevada, 4,500 electric customers in Northern Nevada and 4,500 gas customers in Northern Nevada.  Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Opt-Out today!

 

Sources: https://takebackyourpower.net/

http://emfsafetynetwork.org/

http://puc.nv.gov/FAQ/Smart_Meters_Residential/#8