Tag: Patricia Burke

Timepeace: Political Narratives and “Urgent” Decision-Making — Covid, Climate, Censorship, and Domestic Terror (Part 6)

By Patricia Burke Barreling down the highway, suddenly there is road construction ahead…. This is a place where drivers merge and change lanes, where conflict and stress can build, and where accidents can occur. Is humanity at a similar juncture? Are life choices being contracted…

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Timepeace: Not A Race To 5G — A Race To Human Rights, Climate Reverence, and Cultural Integrity: The Penetrating Flow (Part 5)

By Patricia Burke *Words with multiple layers of meaning, when translated from Chinese, are capitalized, to distinguish them from common use. There is a Chinese proverb:  Do not have each foot on a different boat. I remember the moment when a colleague of mine sat…

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Timepeace: Not A Race To 5G — A Race To Healing and Health Care Integrity (Part 4)

By Patricia Burke “Standard of Care” Yields Increased Harm, Pain, Suffering, and Danger in the Age of Covid and “EHS” Microwave Poisoning *Words with multiple layers of meaning, when translated from Chinese, are capitalized, to distinguish them from common use. This week, humanity welcomed the…

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Timepeace: Not A Race To 5G — A Race To Healing And Science Integrity: Revering Connectivity to Artificiality vs. Deep Planetary Presence (Part 3)

By Patricia Burke Part 3 of a Commentary on Paradigm Shifts in Telecommunications, Environmental Pollutants, Ecosystems, Human Health, Health Care Delivery, and the Human Capacity for Consciousness, Against the Backdrop of the Concurrent Challenges of Covid-19 and Microwave Poisoning *Words with multiple layers of meaning,…

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FCC’s TCA 1996 25th Birthday Marks 25 Years of No Progress on Environmental and Health Protections

By Patricia Burke On Feb. 8, Politico reported: THEY SAY IT’S YOUR BIRTHDAY: HAPPY 25TH, TELECOM ACT! — Today marks 25 years since President Bill Clinton signed into law the 1996 Telecommunications Act, aimed at expanding competition in the telecom space. Watch for a celebratory…

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Timepeace: Not A Race To 5G — A Race To Healing And Science Integrity (Part 2)

By Patricia Burke Part 2 of a Commentary on Paradigm Shifts in Telecommunications, Environmental Pollutants, Ecosystems, Human Health, Health Care Delivery, and the Human Capacity for Consciousness, Against the Backdrop of the Concurrent Challenges of Covid-19 and Microwave Poisoning In his book American Indian Medicine,…

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Timepeace #1: Not a Race to 5G — A Race to Healing and Integrity

By Patricia Burke Part 1 of a Commentary on Paradigm Shifts in Telecommunications, Environmental Pollutants, Ecosystems, Human Health, Health Care Delivery, and the Human Capacity for Consciousness, Against the Backdrop of the Concurrent Challenges of Covid-19 and Microwave Poisoning *Words with multiple layers of meaning,…

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Dr. Phil, Ball’s in Your Court — TV Doctors, Patriarchy, Microwave Hearing, and Wireless Concerns

By Patricia Burke Let’s say that a television show wants to explore the covid epidemic. But for a “representative” patient, the show features an individual who was a cocaine addict, who smokes, and who may or may not have some long-standing undiagnosed mental health issues,…

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Embassy Diplomat Injuries Most Likely Microwave Weapons; Goodbye to “Thermal – Only” Claims For Non-Ionizing Harm

By Patricia Burke INTRODUCTION: Havana Syndrome “Havana Syndrome” is the term coined to describe unusual injuries and harm experienced by diplomatic personnel from the U.S. and Canada working overseas, initially reported to be occurring in Cuba. In December of 2020, the “Consensus Study Report: An…

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Cellphones: So, What’s the Big Worry About a Bit of Precipitation or a Coffee Spill on Your Device, When We Don’t Bother to Actually Test For Safety? Because….

By Patricia Burke A recent post from Australians for Safe Technology asks: Did you know that children have thinner brains than adults? Did you know that children’s brains have a higher water content than adults? Is should be no surprise then that children absorb significantly…

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Should Social, Environmental, and Racial Justice Groups Sound the Alarm About the Digital Divide, Internet Access and 5G? (Part 3)

By Patricia Burke “It’s about time that we create a better, more equitable, sustainable and future, and we can do this if we work together. We need to embrace our responsibility to be fully and visibly connected to the fight against racism, and frankly injustices…

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Should Social, Environmental, and Racial Justice Groups Sound the Alarm About the Digital Divide, Internet Access and 5G? (Part 2)

By Patricia Burke “It’s about time that we create a better, more equitable, sustainable and future, and we can do this if we work together. We need to embrace our responsibility to be fully and visibly connected to the fight against racism, and frankly injustices…

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MA RF Bills: New Concern About The Integrity of Science Informing Wireless Policy, Internationally, Among Issues

By Patricia Burke Massachusetts Led Nation with Caution and Human Rights Protection, and Should Continue to Do So E-waste rates skyrocketed across the planet in 2019. (See: Electronic waste grew 21 percent in five years https://www.theverge.com/21309776/record-amount-ewaste-2019-global-report-environment-health) Because Massachusetts was one of the few states that…

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More Covid Questions, Tower Fires, a Medical Hypothesis, and Legitimate, Increasing Public Concern About Entrenched 1996 Safety “Guidelines”

By Patricia Burke “Since January 2020, Elsevier has created a COVID-19 resource centre with free information in English and Mandarin on the novel coronavirus COVID- 19. The COVID-19 resource centre is hosted on Elsevier Connect, the company’s public news and information website. Elsevier hereby grants…

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CAUTION: Scrutiny Required — Al Sharpton & Colleagues; Don’t Violate Civil Rights; Question Broadband, Wireless, and/or 5G Now

By Patricia Burke Broadband = “A Civil Right We Can’t Afford to Lose” What is broadband, and what are civil rights? This week, Essence Magazine published an article, “Broadband Access Is A Civil Right We Can’t Afford To Lose—But Many Can’t Afford To Have -THE…

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