Hello Eagle Residence, As of May 2021 Verizon Wireless has turned on the 65 foot cell tower at 2557 N Sky View Ln., Eagle, ID. My house is approximately 600 yards from the tower. Within two week of the tower going live I have been in Emergency room three times as my heart went into … Read more
The direct targets of extremely low and microwave frequency range electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in producing non-thermal effects have not been clearly established. However, studies in the literature, reviewed here, provide substantial support for such direct targets. Twenty-three studies have shown that voltage-gated calcium channels (VGCCs) produce these and other EMF effects, such that the L-type … Read more
COMPILED BY MIRIAM LINDBECK, EMRS “The present FCC thermal regulation, in addition to lacking any sound scientific foundation, as pointed out by Petitioners, is perpetrating a continuing, ever-expanding, and cruel injustice.” – Building Biology Institute CHD vs FCC Children’s Health Defense vs Federal Communications Commission with EHT (Environmental Health Trust) In the early Spring of 2020, … Read more
We are excited to announce that IFST is now a 501C-3! As a non-profit 501C-3 status your donations will be tax deductible. We are updating our website with new options, videos and links. Check us out: UPCOMING EVENT: Testify @ Planning & Zoning Meeting for Permit Appeal Public Appeal for Cell Tower in Residential Neighborhood: … Read more
Federal law mandates that everyone should have equal access to “telecommunications services” or Phone calls. This comes in the following forms: Wireless; 2G, 3G cellular technology, voice, texting, Verizon, T-mobile, Sprint, etc… Wired: Copper pair wire home phone service, PacificBell, AT&T, etc.. We agree and encourage city planners to provide services to all areas with … Read more
Idahoans for Safe Technology Keeping Idaho Safe!
Dave Dehaas from Living Waters interviews Cathy Cooke, Hank Allen, Dr Ann Huycke and Brandon Thompson to understand the controversy surrounding 5G and wireless broadband.