Tag: wildlife

5G/EMF/RF/IOUT Electropollution: Existential Threat to Public Health, Companion Animals and Life on Earth? Part 3 of 3: Pet Owners Purchasing “High Tech” Products, ICNIRP

By Michael W. Fox DSc, PhD, BVetMed, MRCVS with Patricia Burke, Reprinted by permission About 23% of Americans polled by the Consumer Technology Association said they planned to purchase pet-related technology as a holiday gift, and the number of pet tech products shipped during the…

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5G/EMF/RF/ IOUT Electropollution: Existential Threat to Public Health, Companion Animals and Life on Earth? Part 2 of 3: Radio Collars

By Michael W. Fox DSc, PhD, BVetMed, MRCVS with Patricia Burke, Reprinted by permission (In Part 1 of Dr. Fox, the Animal Doctor, began an overview of planetary electropollution.) The use of the Internet via smartphones, laptops and tablets (users being warned to keep such…

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5G/EMF/RF/ IOUT Electropollution: Existential Threat to Public Health, Companion Animals and Life on Earth Part 1 of 3

By Michael W. Fox DSc, PhD, BVetMed, MRCVS with Patricia Burke, Reprinted by permission. Electropollution from the Earth-shrouding and penetrating cybersphere of telecommunications is a major emerging existential threat and One Health issue of this Anthropocene age. Extensive scientific documentation of this critical concern is…

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EMF/RF/5G/IOUT: Tracking Endangered Species with RF; Mistaking Data Collection for “Conservation” and Exploiting Students?

By Patricia Burke An “animal tracking bracelet” is being promoted for holiday gift giving. One group offers the option of a bracelet, in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservancy, Save the Elephants, Track a Shark, or Track a Polar Bear. SOURCE A non-profit says: “Every Sea…

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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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