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Is There A Link Between Dental Amalgams And Wi-Fi EMFs?

By Catherine J. Frompovich One of the most unlikely and neurotoxic practices in public health and consumer healthcare modalities is the use of mercury in amalgam dental restorations, aka “silver fillings.” The amount of mercury in dental amalgams is 50%! When I was writing my 2009 book, Our Chemical Lives And The Hijacking of Our…

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California’s Governor Jerry Brown Vetoes Microwave Industry’s “Wet Dream” Rule-making; Will Other States Governors Have The Same Integrity?

By Catherine J. Frompovich California has been at the forefront of a technological and politicking ‘firestorm’ regarding Senate Bill 649, which can be described as the ultimate microwave industry’s “wet dream” legislation that would allow microwave towers of all sorts, sizes and descriptions to be placed wherever the industry chooses and with no provisions for…

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Smart Meters Create A “Honeypot” Of Personal Information To Exploit

By Catherine J. Frompovich Over a year ago, reporter Ruth Lyle of the UK’s Daily Mail, published a rather introspective article about how AMI Smart Meters will be used to spy on British households and the ramifications of that totalitarian-like practice. In reading Lyle’s article, I could not help but wonder if U.S. consumers are…

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Smart Meter Data: Privacy and Cybersecurity – Congressional Research Report 2012

By Catherine J. Frompovich In February of 2012, three attorneys with the Congressional Research Service (CRS) issued a lengthy report “Smart Meter Data: Privacy and Cybersecurity,” which addressed many of the same questions consumers have about those high-tech utility meters being forced on to customers’ electric, natural gas and water utility services in every state…

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PA Attorney General Concerned About Equifax Cyberattack; Will U.S. Attorneys General Be Upset About Utility Smart Meters Hacking?

By Catherine J. Frompovich According to news reports [1], Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is concerned about and investigating the credit bureau Equifax’s data breach affecting some 143 to 145 million Americans. “People who believe they are an identity theft victim can contact the consumer protection bureau in Shapiro’s office.” [1] “New York Attorney General…

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Why Brain Hacking with Smart Drugs May Not Be So Genius

By Christina Sarich When you talk to brain-hackers from Silicon Valley, they talk of creating the perfect stack – a combination of natural and pharmaceutical nootropics that can help make them into a super-powered genius that can go hours without sleep while maintaining massive focus. It sounds like a cool way to hack the brain,…

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Scientists And Physicians Send Appeal About 5G Rollout And Health Dangers To The European Union

By Catherine J. Frompovich On September 13, 2017, more than 180 scientists and doctors sent an 11-page Appeal for a moratorium on the roll out of 5G in the European Union. The reason for the appeal is “RF/EMF has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment,” but 5G has not been investigated…

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Swiss Dept. of Public Instruction Implements “Precautionary Principle” Regarding Wi-Fi And Other Smart Tech Devices

By Catherine J. Frompovich In July of 2017, the Republic and Canton of Geneva, Department of Public Instruction, Culture and Sport, Office for Children and Youth, Child and Youth Health Service of Switzerland did something rather unusual, but extremely proactive, to enforce the “Precautionary Principle.” Source: [1] The Swiss Department of Public Instruction “issued a…

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Google Will Help Diagnose Your Clinical Depression: It’s Wonderful

By Jon Rappoport In my work-in-progress, The Underground, here is what I wrote about Google: “They’re clever, I’ll give them that. They’re saying you can search them for any information in the world, but they’re really searching you.” Google has decided it’s not doing enough to lead us into a better world. So now it’s…

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