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Technology’s Impacts on Nature October 2021 Newsletter from Katie Singer

By Katie Singer Originally published by Wall Street International Magazine Katie Singer’s reports about technology’s impacts on nature are available at https://www.ourweb.tech/letters/ “Who decides whether or not 5G is safe to deploy? A protocol for ensuring safer infrastructure,” Katie Singer’s newest piece, recently published at Wall…

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Can We Come to Understand We Are One Global Cosmic Interconnected Being? Highlights from recent webinar, Symphony of Minds: Feeling Our Way into a Vibrant Future

Compiled by Kate Kheel and Stop 5G International “Humanity’s current story is one of separation.” Amber Yang, Moderator Symphony of Minds: Feeling Our Way into a Vibrant Future is a webinar co-sponsored by Stop 5G International and the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power…

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EMF/RF/5G “Keep Space for Peace” World Space Week, Weeklong Events and Webinars Oct. 4-10 Worldwide

Compiled by Patricia Burke The Global Action Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space reports, “In 1999 the United Nations General Assembly declared that October 4-10 every year would be designated as ‘World Space Week’ to “celebrate the contributions of space science and tchnology…

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5 Antibacterial Agents (“AncientBiotics”) From Nature

By GreenMedInfo Research Group Probiotics, green tea and honey are examples of “ancientbiotics” — natural compounds that have been used for centuries to address the overgrowth of opportunistic bacteria, and that have scientifically validated antibacterial (i.e. microbiome improving) properties that are valued to this day….

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August Harvest vs. 5G: App on Your Device? Or Seek Knowledge, Ask a Friend, Colleague, or Respected Resource You Know, Trust, and Love (and Not a Corporation)

By Patricia Burke Weather Forecast: Clearing Ahead For many years, I worked in and around waterfronts and pools, at one point directing an multi-pool facility. As every summer camp director and aquatic manager knows, the phrase “chance of late afternoon thunder showers” is very stressful….

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The August 1 Harvest Festival and 5G Beach Protest, and De-Natured Societies are Harvesting … Data

By Patricia Burke The beginning of August offers observance of the Harvest Festival. Yet most of those living in “modern” societies aren’t aware of the significance this time of year holds. Industrialization brought many innovations.  But along the way, humans have lost their understanding of…

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Independence Day 2021, 5G Concerns – One Picture, One Map, One Graph, and 81,000 Dead Whales and Dolphins. Per Year.

By Patricia Burke This is the second in a series of articles coinciding with Independence Day in the U.S.  We are looking at themes related to industry vs. non-industry science, captured regulators, and other issues around the topics of independence and interdependence, regarding involuntary, ubiquitous…

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