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The reckless depredations of corporate power and neo-Malthusian enthusiasts within the elite threaten our environment and our very survival. EM radiation,disappearing bees and pollinators, heavy metal toxicity, GM crops and soil depletion are amongst the most immediate dangers we face.

Sign this VOTE of NO CONFIDENCE in WHO’s EMF Project

Posted by seumasach on December 4, 2016

We, the undersigned, being aware of and/or harmed by the adverse biological effects of EMFs, hereby declare our VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE for WHO and its EMF Project, headed by industry-biased Emilie van Deventer—an electrical engineer (with no medical or health credentials), who has publicized her support for the wireless telecommunications industry and has a major conflict of interest, given her industry-funded research aimed at promoting and advancing wireless communication technology.

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Tulsi Gabbard to join veterans at standing rock to protest Dakota access pipeline

Posted by seumasach on December 1, 2016

This is a welcome development bringing together the USA’s foremost anti-war politician, who is one of the very few Western politicians to tell the truth on Syria, with patriots in the best sense of the word- both standing behind the Standing Rock Sioux.


28th November, 2016

On December 4, 2,000 veterans will be deploying at Standing Rock to join the water protectors’ efforts to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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While the sun sleeps

Posted by seumasach on February 10, 2016

What’s Up With That

10th September, 2009

The star that keeps us alive has, over the last few years, been almost free of sunspots, which are the usual signs of the Sun’s magnetic activity. Last week [4 September 2009] the scientific team behind the satellite SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) reported, “It is likely that the current year’s number of blank days will be the longest in about 100 years.” Everything indicates that the Sun is going into some kind of hibernation, and the obvious question is what significance that has for us on Earth.

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‘Radiation levels of mobile towers should be cut’

Posted by seumasach on February 8, 2016

Despite numerous studies over many years showing adverse health effects from exposure to EM radiation and despite the growing public health crisis which can safely be presumed to be a result of it, at least in part, the British authorities, far from reducing public exposure, continue to increase it exponentially. The culmination of this nefarious policy is their latest boondoggle, the so-called smart meter. Whatever their game is, it’s high-time to stop it.

The Hindu

7th February, 2016

Stating that the current level of radiation (electromagnetic field, EMF) emitted by mobile phone towers was still high, Girish Kumar, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay, on Saturday, urged the Centre to reduce the radiation level further.

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Stop the £11 billion ‘smart meter’ ripoff!

Posted by seumasach on August 30, 2015


14th August, 2015

At an £11 billion cost to energy users, and against all expert advice, writes Mel Kelly, the government is forcing the rollout of ‘smart meters’ repeatedly exposed as expensive, poorly tested and potential threats to our health and privacy. This madness must stop.

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The age of transition and scientism fraud

Posted by seumasach on August 16, 2015

Jay Dyer

Activist Post

15th August, 2015

Ours is the great transition age. For the masses, the glowing assumption is that the transition and transformation age we are undergoing is the work of a long, evolutionary process of “natural” “progress.” Wandering about their bubbles, these presuppositions never go challenged or examined, having dobbed their cafeteria plate lives from a long string of newsbite phrases and empty slogans overheard in establishment schooling. “We are evolving,” and “We live in an era of change,” and numerous other advertising blurbs that underlie modernity’s plastic ideology actually form the basis for most of humanity’s worldview. Yet are any of these assumptions actually true? Are we in living in an era of “progress” and “human ascent”?

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Is Wi-Fi making your child ill?

Posted by seumasach on May 10, 2015

Powerful interests are behind the role out of Wi-fi in schools but the interests of children’s education and health are not one of them. Despite overwhelming evidence spanning over 50 years the likes of Dr Simon Mann can still come out with this:“We do not think the balance of available scientific evidence on radiofrequency has shifted and, as such, our position remains that PHE [Public Health England] sees no reason why Wi-Fi should not continue to be used in schools and in other places,”

Dr Erica Mallery-Blyhte is a brave woman who deserves the support of all right-minded people


9th May, 2015

Six years ago, Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe moved to the country, stopped carrying a mobile phone and sacrificed a successful career in emergency medicine to focus on a new medical interest – radiation emitted by Wi-Fi, mobiles and other wireless devices.

She is now one of the country’s few professional advisers on medical conditions related to radiofrequency (RF) radiation and other electromagnetic fields (EMFs).

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India launches massive investigation into EMF health effects

Posted by seumasach on April 5, 2015

Mega research on effect of mobile tower radiation on human health gets nod

India Times

4th April, 2015


MUMBAI: Sixteen leading scientific institutions across India have been allowed to conduct research on the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF), particularly radiating from cell phone towers, on human health.

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School boards left on the hook for Wi-Fi injuries

Posted by seumasach on March 19, 2015

Bridge News Service

26th February, 2015

School districts, school boards and school medical health officers have been notified that Lloyd’s of London has now excluded any liability coverage for injuries, “directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or contributed to by electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetism, radio waves or noise.” This would include the microwave radiation emitting from the commercial wi-fi transmitters and wireless devices in our schools.

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The oil glut and an inevitable oil price rebound

Posted by seumasach on December 6, 2014

Oil Price

1st December, 2014

The world is awash in oil, I’m hearing. The problem is, it’s fairly expensive oil.

Take for example Canada. The country that has managed to increase its production of oil by a million barrels a day over the last decade. But almost all of that increase has come from oil sands. If you consider only conventional crude oil, Canadian production today would be a third of a million barrels a day lower than at its peak in 1973.

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More than $150 billion of oil projects face the axe in 2015

Posted by seumasach on December 6, 2014


5th December, 2014

(Reuters) – Global oil and gas exploration projects worth more than $150 billion (£95.9 billion) are likely to be put on hold next year as plunging oil prices render them uneconomic, data shows, potentially curbing supplies by the end of the decade.

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