far. Our organization has a immediate plan for undoing the mistakes of the wireless smartmeters that would not interfere with the running of the electric grid (see attachment).
Formally recognizing what the World Health Organization announced on 5/31/11,that RF radiation is a potential carcinogen,
which was added to WHO's 2B carcinogenlist. Following that announcement, the Parliament of Europe (PACE) issued an advisoryto all its government members,
that RF radiation exposures should be reduced, as aprecautionary measure, for citizens.
Issue such an advisement here in the USA,
Reviewing and recognizing the American Academy of Environmental Medicine(AAEM)'s Position Statements and Recommendations on avoidance of EMF
(electromagnetic fields), which includes RF radiation commentary. (attached)
Reading the letter "Smart Meters: Correcting the Gross Misinformation" attached,
inviting Dr. David Carpenter to meet with you and even present at the CDC, on anemergency basis, about these issues,
and extrapolating and disseminating informationthat CDC needs to know.
Meeting or speaking with additional independent scientists,
physicians, and expertswho will confirm and explain the situation, on an emergency basis. One such eminentscientist is Dr. Henry Lai, of Washington State University.
8.Ask for a White House directive to suspend the portions of the Telecom Act of 1996which forbid evaluation of environmental health and safety when siting wirelesscommunications devices.
Discussing immediate, practical solutions with our organization.
We have a number of these.These actions would cost nothing, and would not mean that CDC agrees 100%, but it would be
amuch needed, emergency, overnight starting point that could help turn around this disaster,
which we truly desperately need. The information gained may then be referred to for guidancewhen FCC reviews its guidelines for non-ionizing radiation, which it is now preparing to do, for the first time in nearly 20 years. There is a fear that they may actually loosen the guidelines toallow more, to please industry, without proper guidance from CDC. Even continuation of thecurrent mistakes is a recipe for destruction of the public health and thus, the nation. We simplymust reverse this mistaken course.
Non-ionizing radiation is clearly no longer thought to be harmless by independent scientists or environmental physicians. Nor was it thought to be so even two decades ago, but in a politicalmove planned to please the telecom industry, US EPA lost control of this area, just as seriousquestions and requests for funding to study the emerging dangers were occurring.In fact, in the past two decades, independent scientists worldwide show very strong evidenceregarding the biological and health effects of non-ionizing RF microwave radiation is rapidlymounting. Guidelines at the FCC are hopelessly obsolete. FCC tells us that "from time-to-time" itreceives guidance from health agencies of the United States, like the CDC. But that has notoccurred recently. In Europe, WHO is recognizing the dangers, as is the Parliament of theEuropean Union, which issued a warning to all its member governments last June, to reduce RFradiation exposures for their citizens, based on the WHO findings.