The Santa Cruz, Calif., County Board of Supervisors, acting on a request of the Board of Health, declared “smart” (wireless) electric and water meters to be “health hazards, safety and consumer fraud risks.”
Wi-Fi health advocate Cecelia Doucette is urging the Westhampton Library to quickly pull the plug on Wi-Fi, citing dangers to patrons and especially children. The newly expanded library board is resisting so far.
Angry Westhampton residents, who got four of the five library trustees to resign last year but who continue to be frustrated by the board, are hopeful that new trustee Mary Anne Yutes will break the logjam.
The rush to bathe the world in Wi-Fi radiation, including Google’s plan to launch thousands of Wi-Fi satellites in space, has run up against claims that such radiation is especially harmful to children, babies and fetuses.
Electro-hypersensitivity is a “major public health issue,” said a meeting of doctors and scientists in Paris Feb. 11. But others scoff at such claims, one critic labeling them “pseudo-science, quackery and hysteria.” Governments, schools, most media are on sidelines.
The 5G routers that Time Warner, Comcast, Cablevision, etc., are requiring customers to install have powerful Wi-Fi features that should be disabled, say those who believe that hard-wired phones and computers are safer than wireless.
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