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Executive Director, IBE

Smart meters explode, homes go dark

          You may have missed this bit of news. On Monday, March 30th, hundreds of “smart meters” exploded in Stockton, California when an automobile hit a utility pole. Of particular note is that when a smart … Continue reading

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The Wireless Empire Strikes Back

Fallout from The New York Times‘ heavy-handed response to one of their own writer’s gentle questioning of the safety of wearable wireless tech continues. In a blog post at emfanalysis.com, safe technology advocate Jeromy Johnson recounts the controversy, and points out potential … Continue reading

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Well, at least they got the headline right!!

A few days ago, The New York Times, prompted by the announcement of the Apple Watch, published an article entitled “Could Wearable Computers Be as Harmful as Cigarettes?” Read it here. Despite it’s headline, however, it trod an overly cautious … Continue reading

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Government leads the way in reducing RF exposure!

            Imagine the government passing a national law that: Bans wi-fi in nursery schools, Creates a national RF agency, Mandates wi-fi routers be turned off in elementary schools except when needed, Mandates posting of wi-fi … Continue reading

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New animal study cause for increased urgency!

A new study from Germany highlighted in Microwave News is challenging many assumptions which lie at the heart of the RF Radiation debate. Specifically, it shows that “weak cell phone signals can promote the growth of tumors in mice. It … Continue reading

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Lumber Liquidators linked to major health violations

        Lumber Liquidators, a large American company, has been accused of selling Chinese-made laminate flooring so laced with formaldehyde that many of their products exceed California health standards  by factors of 10X or more. Click here to … Continue reading

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“The Invisible Poison”

We came across this article recently from The Brock Press on the effects of wireless technology. What is particularly encouraging is how Terrance Young, a Conservative Member of Parliament for Oakville, Ontario, has partnered with former President of Microsoft, Frank Clegg, “to … Continue reading

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Fukushima and Ocean Health

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and the Long Beach, CA-based Aquarium of the Pacific will debut a new program about ocean radioactivity motivated by the Fukushima nuclear accident. The program will be projected daily in the Aquarium’s Ocean Science Center … Continue reading

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Mold – It’s not sexy, but it’s important!

Indoor Environmental Surveys has an article on five simple steps for preventing mold in your home. Some are common sense (sprinklers near exterior walls), and some not so obvious (covered weed screed). Check out all five and their recommended solutions. … Continue reading

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New study confirms wireless radiation as a carcinogen!

The National Association for Children and Safe Technology (NACST) is taking action after two recently published studies indicate there is sufficient evidence demonstrating exposure to wireless radiation, also known as RF-EMF, causes cancer. Wireless routers and devices such as tablets, … Continue reading

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