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Loon balloon best cell phone supply system

from Linda J CNN just posted an article titled Google, Facebook, SpaceX, OneWeb plan to beam Internet everywhere found here: https://www.cnn.com/2015/10/30/tech/pioneers-google-facebook-spacex-oneweb-satellite-drone-balloon-internet/index.html

TM replied

Linda, The difference between a cell-tower 300 yards away, a Google Loon balloon 20,000 yards away and a satellite 200,000 yards away is distance. The magnitude of EM radiation falls off as the square of the distance.

There is another difference, a terrestial cell-tower has limitless power available to radiate, while satellite and balloon systems have to generate their power with solar arrays.

Taken together, the microwave energy falling on the earth if all these schemes are successful is perhaps a millionth of what exists in your neighborhood right now. The only system already deployed is the Google Loon Balloons, which radiate a 4G signal around -90dBm. That is three million times less than the signal Edward Plum has on his balcony, and 100,000 less than I have outside on my own street. It is generally not enough to penetrate buildings with metal roofs or aluminum insulation. The target we have set for a home environment is -65dBm maximum, and the balloons are still much less than this.

So although the idea of satellites blanketing the earth with microwaves might seem scary, at this point in technology the capability of coming even close to the damage being done by terrestrial cell-towers is just not there. In fact, I often argue that the Loon balloons may be a saving grace for technology, a way of delivering mobile phone signals (out-of-doors) which is relatively 'friendly' to human biology.

November 2015

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Every woman and girl abused by the unsustainable hazards of a microwave-ridden work environment is entitled to watch the video below. This presentation allows viewers to hear and quantify Wi-Fi radiation, which gravely endangers female bodies, especially the brain, heart, eyes, thyroid gland and ovaries. Wi-Fi couples with the body as electromagnetic currents. It is a teratogen; it can cause birth defects. And as it flows through amniotic fluids, it has potential to inflict severe cardiac stress on the unborn child. Wireless microwave radiation is documented to increase the fetal heartbeat and reduce fetal cardiac output.* If you are a woman, especially a pregnant woman ensnared in such occupational danger, is it not time to muster some self-respect and demand a WIRED AND SAFE workplace? This video provides workers and their bosses with sensible alternatives which can save lives, alleviate suffering and safeguard the development of unborn children.

from https://www.wi-cancer.info/dead_peasants.aspx

SEE THE VIDEO HERE https://tv.naturalnews.com/v.asp?v=654BBDAC54B9DA8F49AB899E4CE60CB5

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There is currently enough evidence and technology available to warrant taking immediate steps to reduce exposure of consumers to cell-phone-related electromagnetic radiation Dr Vini Gautam Khurana 1)

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TM Posted: Fri Nov 20th, 2015 00:17 in https://marshallprotocol.com/forum39/16446-3.html how radio waves make sick

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Comparison of the long-term effects of candesartan and olmesartan on plasma angiotensin II and left ventricular mass index in patients with hypertension. 2)






From observing the CWS systems we have seen that nanowatts of RF energy, containing a special characteristic found in Capacitors, seem to profoundly affect the human nervous system.

I am not a mathematician, but Meyl, Tomilin, and others have postulated that Capacitive Waves are longitudinal waves, propagating somewhat like sound waves (but at much higher velocities). It is clear that when a CWS system is detuned, and emitting normal TEM (Transverse ElectroMagnetic) waves, that the bio-effect disappears.

It thus seems that it is not just the intensity of waves which matter, or their frequency, but how they are generated. A small proportion of the energy from all antennas will be longitudinal (Capacitive) in nature, and it seems likely that devices emitting more of of these waves are more likely to affect humans than devices emitting TEM waves.

The problem is that we can't measure Capacitive Waves, and they cannot be easily picked up on normal radio receivers. At normal bioeffect levels, our 27MHz CWS system cannot be heard in a radio on the opposite side of a room. The “Tri-meters” sold for hundreds of dollars do not register a field near a 27MHz CWS. So we need to rethink the whole paradigm of “interference.”

TM Sep 21st, 2014


“Children are like sitting ducks - they're subjects in a grand experiment” says Malini Menon. https://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/2015/05/16/wi-fi-making-us-sick-havas


During the few moments the laptop is in startup, the RF hits the roof.

One of the strangest things was that levels increased 10dB every time Safari was launched or iCloud accessed (over ethernet) - and my Mac Mini shows the same behaviour. It also happens with Chrome but not Firefox, indicating it's to do with how resource-hungry those services are.

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My powerline network adaptors arrived today. They are plug-in-and-play, so I'm up and running. Internet speed seems fine (238 Mbit/s according to software that comes with it). And there is no detectable wifi coming from my modem/router.

I have tried at a number of power outlets in the house and the signal is good from all of them.

This is the model I bought - I'm guessing they produce these for U.S. power sockets too:


Nyima Oct 8th, 2014

Thank you for this information on the internet via the home power wiring. I decided I'm going to try this one: https://www.amazon.com/TP-LINK-TL-PA4010KIT-Powerline-Adapter-Starter/dp/B00AWRUICG Joyful Oct 9th, 2014

Radiation exposure from mobiles harming humans

report PTI Mar 4, 2013, 08.06PM IST

NEW DELHI: Exposure to radiation from mobile towers and phones has been found to lead to DNA damage, carcinogenicity and impacted development of sperms and foetuses along with other harmful effects, according to a recent report of 1,800 new studies. Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today said the report has also cited the effect on neonates and offspring and effect on brain and cranial bone development in the offspring of animals that are exposed to cell phone radiation during pregranancy.  “Indian Council of Medical research (ICMR) has informed that Bio-initiative 2012 report has summarised about 1800 new studies under 24 technical chapters,” he said in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha. “Overall, these new studies reported abnormal gene transcription; genotoxicity and single and double strand DNA damage; stress proteins because of the fractal RF-antenna like nature of DNA; chromatin condensation and loss of DNA repair capacity in human stem cells; reduction in free radical scanvengers - particularly melatonin; “Neurotoxicity in humans and animals; carcinogenicity in humans; serious impacts on human and animal sperm morphology and function; effects on the foetus, neonate and offspring; effects on brain and cranial bone development in the offspring of animals that are exposed to cell phone radiation during pregnancy; and findings in autism spectrum disorders consistent with EMF/RFR exposure,” the Minister said.

Cellphones more dangerous than cigarettes https://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2008-04-12/news/27706608_1_brain-tumour-mobile-phone-cell-phone

“The 'incubation time' or 'latency' (The period between commencement of regular mobile phone usage and the diagnosis of a malignant brain tumour in a susceptible individual) may be in the order of 10-20 years.

RA and solar storms

Researchers suggest link between solar storms and incidences of RA and GCA https://www.news-medical.net/news/20150616/Researchers-suggest-link-between-solar-storms-and-incidences-of-RA-and-GCA.aspx

The reason was that it seemed to indicate that for RA, there is no safe manmade RF EMF level as RF signal strength from these solar storms is really low. Further, these storms are brief, so my thinking was that it wasn't actually the storms, but the state of the sun where the solar cycle RF signal was at its highest. In other words, natural background RF when it cycles higher correlates with RA, and that level is so many orders of magnitude lower than manmade RF.

This correlation might also indicate that RA sufferers might need greater shielding. Indeed, this article seems to indicate the body is sensitive to all RF, even natural background RF, and with the wrong Microbiome, it will amplify disease, with RA possibly being the most sensitive.

One further point is that my joints seem to be the last to recover in my MP journey, and when I lower the RF to an effective -80 dB, joint IP seems to be higher. So, that would correlate with the idea that very low RF levels are needed for joint issues to resolve.

mvanwink5 Wed Jun 17th, 2015 22:21

Something interesting is going on here. said Markt9452

Solar activity at birth predicted infant survival and women's fertility in historical Norway

Published 7 January 2015.DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.2032


we show that solar activity (total solar irradiance) at birth decreased the probability of survival to adulthood for both men and women.

On average, the lifespans of individuals born in a solar maximum period were 5.2 years shorter than those born in a solar minimum period.


Study finds Wi-Fi makes trees sick

A study from the Netherlands indicated radio waves affect the growth of many trees. https://www.macworld.co.uk/news/apple/study-finds-wi-fi-makes-trees-sick-3249437/

correlated with cell phone use

PLOS finding that EEG does change with cellphone radiation:


Merck Medicus just ran an article titled “Smartphone data as electronic biomarker of illness activity in bipolar disorder.”

It reports that a presentation was just made at the European Psychiatric Association by Danish researchers which showed that the degree of mania and bipolar exhibited by patients using the standardized depression 'HDRS-17' and mania 'YMRS' correlated with their cellphone use (the number of incoming and outgoing phone calls/ day, the duration of incoming and outgoing phone calls/ day, and the number of outgoing text messages/ day),

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wirion Understanding WiGig and it's biological impact: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv3mkMuAVjo&t=25m45s


A Dublin suburb has had 32 cancer deaths in one year. They all lived in houses surrounding the local police station, where there is a cellphone mast on the roof. 9 of the police have cancer and 3 have died to date.


from reply to Karen Hogan https://www.aaronia-shop.com/products/kasten-baldachin-aus-aaronia-shield-luxus.html luxury bed canopy https://www.marshallprotocol.com/forum35/13926-74.html mini tent ideas to make/cover with emf fabric new topic https://www.marshallprotocol.com/forum43/16464.html Tents and other sleep protection


Mike posted https://www.ted.com/talks/jim_al_khalili_how_quantum_biology_might_explain_life_s_biggest_questions Jim Al-Khalili: How quantum biology might explain life’s biggest questions

TM 25Aug '15 in TMmembers Electric Fields and Effects Nice TED talk. Thanks for the link, Mike.

There are a number of reasons given to 'prove' why it is impossible for human beings to sense microwave radiation, all of them are rooted in the failings of classical theory. Let me again plug this following video. Please keep looking at it, you will eventually understand why I think Luc Montagnier's current work on quantum biology is just as important (or more so) than his work on AIDS.

Prof Marc Henry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0Qrn-jrbfE


Luc's presentation title was “The Digital Transmission of Bacterial DNA in living cells” Luc Montagnier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYcNXjdPXGU Prof Marc Henry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0Qrn-jrbfE Prof Carlo Ventura: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3lvFJgXScM Prof Guiseppe Vitiello: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4s-fEYmZFo

AND 28Aug'15 in France passes… An excellent article has been published in the British Medical Journal by Dr Andrew PT Tresidder, which is important reading for all of us, and for our friends and family.


Note particularly his link to the Austrian Medical Association EMF Guidelines, an excellent paper to have ready when anybody says that low energy waves cannot hurt you. I guess it must depend on the nationality of the waves :) :)


This in turn links to the Vienna Medical Association's Handy 10 Medical Rules for helping EMF-sensitive patients:


The BMJ is a prestigious medical journal, and has traditionally been at the forefront of medicine, and the BMJ holds archives of my very earliest publications relating to the MP:

https://www.bmj.com/rapid-response/2011/10/29/hypertensive-pregnancy-can-warn-inflammatory-disease-later-life https://www.bmj.com/rapid-response/2011/10/30/rheumatic-disease-th1-viral-infections-are-generally-th2 https://www.bmj.com/rapid-response/2011/10/30/dont-confuse-cfs-aids https://staticweb.bmj.com/clinmed/original/2002080004v1/SarcRemission-JM-web.htm https://staticweb.bmj.com/clinmed/original/2003010001v1/ah.htm


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Comparison of the long-term effects of candesartan and olmesartan on plasma angiotensin II and left ventricular mass index in patients with hypertension. 3)



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- are those clip-on ferrite cores (usually put on AC power cables) effective enough to reduce the frequencies that we need to avoid?
The ferrite cores are good from about 10MHz to 100MHz, maybe higher. I try to put multiple turns through them, which lowers the 10MHz a bit. Three turns would be about 10/9 or 1MHz, for example. This does stop the easiest frequencies which power wiring can easily radiate. The Stetzerizer units cover below 1MHz, so together they can stop the most harmful radiation from house wiring.

Why does house wiring radiate? Well, consider a two-wire cable to a lighting fixture. When the light switch is off, that whole cable and the fixture are connected to one side of the mains. Unbalanced (in the US we do not have earth wires integral in light fixture wiring)

With the Cornet meter, if you pass a video monitor cable through ferrites at each end you will read EMI at each connector and nothing in the centre of the cable (the jacket has been decoupled by the ferrites).


> I bought this Asus RT-N12 N300 Black Diamond: https://www.amazon.de/dp/B00B036U3M

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The letter from EPA disapproving of the FCC guidelines flies directly in the face of what the industry has been saying. And the EPA talk about “susceptible populations” indicates that litigation under the ADA should succeed.

the EPA 1993 letter says there are significant differences between the FCC-adopted “1992 ANSI/IEEE and other contemporary RF radiation exposure guidelines, including those of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB), International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA) the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (JHAPL).”

documents in the case

TM Here are the two documents I am looking for, listed on page 43 of the WiFi lawsuit. If anybody can help me find these enclosures, EPA advice to FCC, I would be very happy indeed :)

  1) letter to Thomas P. Stanley, Chief Engineer, Office of Engineering and Technology, Federal
  Communications Commission, November 9,1993, in response to the FCC's request for
  comments on their Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), Guidelines for Evaluating the
  Environmental Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation
  2) June 1999 letter to Mr. Richard Tell, Chair, IEEE SCC28 (SC4) Risk Assessment Work
  Group from the Radiofrequency Radiation Interagency Work Group

I believe this may be the letter to Thomas Stanley:


And to Richard Tell:


Sat Aug 15th, 2015 from Rico


Desperate times call for desperate measures. One luxury hotel company has come up with the ultimate way to help its guests to relax: a switch that kills the internet. A silver switch next to the beds in the Villa Stéphanie spa resort in Baden-Baden activates a copper grid in the walls to block all wireless internet signals.

“It is like a light switch,” said Frank Marrenbach, the chief executive of the Oetker Collection, which also runs Le Bristol in Paris, the Hotel Du Cap in Cap d’Antibes and will open a renovated Lanesborough hotel in London on July 1. So far around half his guests have opted, at some point during their stay, to kill their internet.

“We are going to see a lot more ideas like this. There will be zones where people disconnect, a lot more businesses will suggest for certain times of day people don’t email and so on.

Mr Marrenbach said that as well as the copper grid, his rooms had a special coating to block “96 per cent” of wireless signals. “It doesn’t matter what your neighbour does, if you switch it off you have no reception,” he said. He predicted the technology would be common in luxury homes within five years.

No other hotel has gone to the same extreme, Mr Marrenbach said many of his guests, who will pay €1,115 per night for a package at the Villa Stephanie this summer, had not switched off for years.

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I bought some Ecosmart 60W (9W) bulbs to check them, and confirmed that part number part number 1000 035 529 also radiates or conducts no significant electrosmog. Those bulbs are really quiet…

A little less quiet, but still barely detectable, is the new 60W CREE bulb. Make sure you get that “BA19-08027OMN-12DE26-2U100” model number, as older CREE blubs are no quiet at all…

Oops - sorry about that. I tested two “25W equivalent” bulbs from Ecosmart. The first, a candle-like shape (part # 1000 018 574) is rated at about 200 lumens, 1/4 of the Ecosmart “60W equivalent” bulbs. It tested fine – it was just as silent as the 1000 035 529 and 1000 035 536 bulbs.

I also tested an Ecosmart 4” diameter 25W equiv bulb (part # 1000 034 197) but it had more noise than any of the above Ecosmart bulbs. On a hunch I dropped the radio test frequency down to the EMF spectrum, 150KHz, and the larger 25W bulb was quite noisy there.

What surprised me more was the CREE bulbs - both the 60W and 40W, were really, really, bad at the lower frequencies. I am not sure why. Best to avoid CREE, I think. The Philips slim style (model 9290002707 UPC 0 46677 43314 7) were totally silent down at 150KHz, although they were relatively noisy at the higher (short wave) frequencies. Overall - stick with the better Ecosmart unless only the Philips shape will fit your application.




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Big eye opener re: soft & safe fabric … I took a length of fabric to a non-MP contact last week as she thinks she has EHS.

When I arrived she had been struggling with a 3-week long headache (ever since returning home from a trip).

My spectrum analyzer showed a neighboring DECT phone at -18dBm in her livingroom. (I felt a kind of pressure, hard-to-think sort of response to it myself.)

For her, as soon as the fabric was wrapped around her head babushka-style, the tension lines in her face disappeared and the headache lifted. I left a 3'x5' piece of the cloth for her to use with a request for her results.

This week she had her visiting daughter and son-in-law try it. Both had symptoms disappear. Son-in-law said blurry eyesight cleared. Daughter said dizziness lifted.

Joyful, April 2015


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government concern around the world

In February 2015 the French Parliament passed a law addressing electromagnetic fields and electromagnetic hypersensitivity. While the new law does not go nearly far enough, it is the first of its kind in the world. https://takebackyourpower.net/france-new-law-bans-wifi-in-daycares-restricts-wireless-infrastructure/

Wireless internet is prohibited in places dedicated to the welcome, rest, and activities of children under 3 years of age.

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The Instant USB Charger must be fully charged before use.


Charging the Instant USB Charger:

Connect the mini USB end of the cable provided to the Instant USB Charger's IN port (Charging Indicator Light is located next to it).

Connect the USB end of the cable provided to your computer's USB port or another USB 2.0 compatible port.

The Instant USB Charger's charge indicator light turns red to indicate the battery is being charged. The charger can be charged when the switch is either on the ON or OFF position.

When the battery is fully charged, the charge indicator light, located at the end of the charger, turns green. Disconnect the charger from the USB cable. The charger is now ready to use.

Using the Instant USB Charger:

==== The Instant USB Charger must be fully charged before use (see “Charging the Instant USB Charger”). ====

Using the Instant USB Charger:

The Instant USB Charger must be fully charged before use (see “Charging the Instant USB Charger”).

Connect a USB cable compatible with your device to the USB Power Port. A device-specific USB cable is not supplied. These are available from almost all electrical retailers. The cable supplied for connecting the USB to the mini USB is compatible with newer Motorola® mobile phones and BlackBerrys®. Please note most newer Motorola® mobile phones cannot be charged using conventional USB cables. For such devices, the mini USB cable supplied must be used.

Connect the other end of the USB cable to your device.

Turn the Instant USB Charger switch to the ON position.

The LED status light turns green, indicating that the Instant USB Charger is charging your device. The LED status light turns red when the charger is flat and needs to be recharged.

When the charger is not in use, the switch must be turned to the OFF position. This will prevent the charger from losing its charge.

CAUTION The lithium-ion rechargeable battery used in this charging device may present a risk of fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not disassemble, expose to heat above 100° C (212°F), or incinerate. Misusing or incorrectly connecting the charging device may cause electric shock to users and damage equipment. Read instructions carefully. The charging device may become warm and may reach 50°C (122°F) under extended high power operation. During operation, keep the charging device away from materials that may be affected by these temperatures.


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mvanw on scanning w Kaito

I brought the Kaito WRX911 to scan for radio signals inside the workstation. I scanned AM, FM, and all shortwave bands and found no shortwave signal except a couple of spots where there was heavier static, but no 'green' level signals. There were no FM stations picked up, but I did get one local AM radio station, 1130 kHz, 1000 watts, and it is located less than 3 miles away. That is it, but I must say that AM station came in loud and clear, amazing.

So, I decided to check out my best shield zone, the triple shield, which is the yShield painted utility room (all surfaces including the floor), with a 50 dB canopy inside and 100 dB floor shield, and with a 50 dB tent inside with another silver floor shield. Finally, the AM radio station nearly disappeared except at one spot, and even at that spot it came through staticky. All the other channels, FM and shortwave, had static with no audible level changes.

So, that is the best I can say about the lower RF frequency performance of the shields. No amplitude measurements, just the radio audio.







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Tsutamoto T, Nishiyama K, Yamaji M, Kawahara C, Fujii M, Yamamoto T, Horie M. Comparison of the long-term effects of candesartan and olmesartan on plasma angiotensin II and left ventricular mass index in patients with hypertension. Hypertens Res. 2010 Feb;33(2):118-22. doi: 10.1038/hr.2009.192. Epub 2009 Nov 20.
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