Archive for October, 2012

Cell Phones Caused Man’s Brain Tumor, Italian Supreme Court Rules

Oct 19, 2012 12:47 PM By Christine Hsu Italy’s Supreme Court has ruled that mobile phones can cause cancer in a landmark case that could open the door for other victims to take legal action. The court ruled that there was a causal link between businessman Innocente Marcolini’s brain tumor diagnosis and his phone use. […]

Waterloo man blames Wi-Fi for sickness

October 29, 2012  By Staff  – Metroland News Service Metroland News Service Howard Kalnitsky stands near a Beechwood Drive apartment building bristling with antennae, Monday. Kalnitsky claims his hypersensitivity to cell phone radiation has caused him heart problems. WATERLOO — When Howard Kalnitsky started experiencing heart problems 15 years ago at age 34, he wasn’t sure […]

10 Corix Hydro Vans on Ferry to Salt Spring SALT SPRING AND OTHER ISLANDS ARE TARGETED BY “SMART” METER INSTALLERS MONDAY, OCT. 22 Actions to Take re Smart Meter Installers on Salt Spring Island  Official BC Hydro letters, plus an Island Tides ad, confirm that a swarm of BC Hydro/Corix installers will likely be here on Monday, October 22 for a 3 week […]

TSA removes X-ray body scanners from major airports

Desire to speed up checkpoints, not safety, driving scanner switch. by Michael Grabell, ProPublica – Oct 19 2012, 12:13pm PDT The Transportation Security Administration has been quietly removing its X-ray body scanners from major airports over the last few weeks and replacing them with machines that radiation experts believe are safer. The TSA says it […]

Whistler Residents oppose cell tower

Alpine Meadows residents rally neighbours to submit comments before extended Nov. 8 deadline By Alison Taylor  October 11, 2012 FAULTY TOWERS?  Cheryl Massey and Lisa Geddes are among the residents speaking out about a third cell phone tower planned for the Alpine Meadows area.  PHOTO BY ALISON TAYLOR The irony isn’t lost on Cheryl Massey that […]

Don’t want smart meter? Power shut off

10/11/2012   By: John Matarese Duke’s rollout of smart electric meters across the Cincinnati area has run into a potential snag: one local woman who doesn’t want one, and is now in the dark as a result. You might not think that would be an issue. But it is, because Duke is now beginning to […]

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